I had the opportunity to try out Seventh Generation’s Overnight Diapers this past month. I was able to try a pack for free thanks to MyBlogSpark. Seventh Generation boasts that their diaper products are gentle on your baby as well as safe for the planet. Seventh Generation also claims that their diaper products are “Lorax* Approved!” Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax* is known for being the “speaker for the trees” and Seventh Generation has partnered with Universal Studios to promote the theme of this movie. This month, Seventh Generation diapers and training pants have been featuring limited edition Lorax prints. Have you gotten your package, yet?
Along with promoting care of the environment by featuring Lorax prints on the products this month, the company has also expanded their products to NEW Overnight Diapers to help keep your baby and his bedding dry through the night or for those long trips in the carseat. They have also improved their Free and Clear diapers with flexible tabs to provide an even better fit. Their Free and Clear training pants have an absorbent core made from renewable, plant-based materials and have those marvelous stretchy sides that tear away when we need to discard them. Remember, Seventh Generation baby products DO NOT contain chlorine, fragrance, petroleum-based lotions or latex, and all Free & Clear products are also hypo-allergenic.
I was very pleased with the NEW Overnight Diapers. They truly did keep my 2 year old dry through the night, even when he consumed a lot of liquids before bed. My son’s skin did not react in any way to the materials used in making the diapers nor did they have an unpleasant scent. There was only one day where the diapers didn’t come through for me, but I can’t blame the product for that accident. I don’t think the diaper was put on very well and that’s what caused the leak. My son was excited when he recognized The Lorax* character on his diapers. Overall, I would recommend these diapers to a friend. If I have a really great coupon in the near future I will purchase these again. I’m definitely interested in the training pants next. I just need to convince my son of this now.
WANT TO TRY ONE OF THESE PRODUCTS FOR YOURSELF???
Let’s Have A Giveaway!!!
Thanks to MyBlogSpark and Seventh Generation I can offer one of my readers a Prize Pack that includes one Seventh Generation Free and Clear diaper product and a copy of the book, The Lorax by Dr. Seuss!
Here’s How To Enter: (You can enter up to five times.)
1st entry: In the comment section, share which Seventh Generation diaper product you would like to have in your prize pack. Be sure to provide your email address in the space provided before leaving your comment (I will be the only one to see your email address and will need it to contact you if you win).
2nd entry: Subscribe to my blog (Look in the top right hand corner for a link to the RSS feed–it’s orange and white) then come back here and leave a separate comment saying you’ve subscribed.
3rd entry: Blog about my giveaway on your own blog and leave a link to this post. Come back here and leave a separate comment sharing the link to your blog post.
4th entry: Follow me: @jsheets on Twitter. Tweet about this giveaway by clicking the Tweet box in the top left hand corner of this post. By clicking, a direct link will show up in a box for you. All you have to do is hit the gray box with the word TWEET in it. Come back here and leave a separate comment with your twitter handle (and the link to your tweet, if possible).
5th entry: Share this giveaway on Facebook by clicking the Facebook box in the top left hand corner of this post. By clicking, a direct link will show up in a box for you. All you have to do is hit SHARE link.
This giveaway starts on Friday, March 30, 2012 and ends on Sunday, April 1, 2012 at 11:59 PM EST. This giveaway is only open to U.S. residents at this time.
The giveaway is now closed.
“Disclosure: The Seventh Generation Diapers prize pack, product and information have been provided by Seventh Generation through MyBlogSpark.”
*The movie Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax © 2012 Universal Studios debuts in theaters this March. Based on The Lorax book and characters ™ & © 1971 Dr. Seuss Enterprises, L.P. All Rights Reserved.