We have had the opportunity to review cloth diaper inserts from Geffen baby.
Geffen Baby began as a Los
Angeles-based textile manufacturing
company, who saw a need for more
natural baby products. They take a
hand in every step of the production
process of their products. They
manufacture textile that they,
themselves use at home. They studied
for countless hours about all there
is to know about babies and reusable
diapers. They decided to improve their
fabrics by adding more Hemp to the
content,becoming the only fabric in
the industry to have 60% Hemp and 40%
Organic Cotton, creating a performance
fabric that is more durable and
absorbent. Geffen has gone above and
beyond to improve all aspects of some
of the best selling diapers on the market
today. They have created the only
universal diaper inserts with an
absorbency level system that is unique,
and designed to fit every babies need.
Geffen is a lover of our planet
and they try to be as organic as possible,
from manufacturing to their eco
packaging. Here in the U.S.A. is where
95% of their products are made, as it
eliminates their carbon footprint.
Pollution begins at production
According to recycling sites
that research waste, an estimated 15
billion disposable diapers are used
each year in the U.S. alone, its
generating over 2.7 million tons of
non-biodegradeable waste mostly going to
landfills. Most parents/caregivers are
not aware that on the packages of
disposable diapers, there is instruction
to flush solid waste before discarding.
Human fecal matter is ending up in
landfills where it can leak into
groundwater and it could possibly spread
Cloth diapering will avoid
pollution, they can be donated and
recycled. Disposable diapers contain
chemicals that are harmful such as bleach,
gels that absorb moisture, perfumes and
dyes that irritate your baby's skin.
Many health concerns are associated with
disposable diapers. They have been linked
to developing asthma and other respiratory
problems, infertility in boys, and bacterial
infections in girls.
Furthermore, consumer reports estimates
a person could spend $1500-$2000 on disposable
diapers before their child is potty trained.
An economical choice would be cloth diapers
as the cost could be as little as $243-$792
over 2.5 year period, including washing and
We really liked the Geffen inserts.
Made with micro fiber terry fabric, they
are extremely soft. We have also noticed
they absorb so much better than other
inserts we have tried. They are super durable. We can
double them up at night, not a lot of bulk. They are
machine washable, absorbency increases over
the first 8 weeks of washing. These inserts
definitely have our approval.
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