Earth + Eden sensitive diapers’ super-absorbent core is made with plant-based materials and they only use fluff that is certified by the Sustainable Forestry Initiative. Made in the United States at a facility that sends zero waste to landfill, the diapers' packaging currently includes 20 per cent post-consumer recycled materials, with the goal of achieving 100 per cent plastic-free packaging in 2023, the company said in a press release.
With up to 12 hours of superior protection, Earth + Eden sensitive diapers are clinically proven to be gentle on babies’ skin. They are free from lotions, natural-rubber latex, fragrance, and chlorine bleaching, and use only non-toxic, water-based inks. Now they are also accredited by the Skin Health Alliance, certifying that Earth + Eden diapers have been independently tested for skin safety, efficacy, and quality.
The diapers have a cotton enhanced layer that is soft for comfort. Earth + Eden sensitive diapers also feature an enhanced waistband for a better fit and less mess. The breathable outer cover and hypoallergenic inner liner work together to keep babies dry, while Comfort-Cuffs around the legs help prevent red marks and irritation.
“Building on what people love about Earth + Eden, we are delivering even more of the eco-conscious and skin-safe qualities that parents are seeking in a luxuriously soft diaper that offers superior protection. With the Earth + Eden brand, we aim to create a wellness-focused community for people seeking high quality products that support clean, healthy lifestyles,” Kristy Rothberg, head of global marketing for First Quality’s absorbent hygiene business, said.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)