Why you shouldn’t use Huggies?
Dioxins, sodium polycrylate, dyes, fragrances, and phthalates are some of the ingredients credible scientific researchers have found in disposable diaper brands including Huggies and Pampers used by millions of parents.
Are Pampers really the best?
1 of 10 Pampers Swaddlers Diapers
Pampers Swaddlers top many “best diapers for newborns” lists, and with good reason: They’re super absorbent, lightweight, moisture-wicking, and hypoallergenic. They also have a wetness indicator to gauge whether your infant actually needs changing.
What diapers do hospitals use?
Pampers Preemie Swaddlers Size P-3 diapers are currently available in select hospitals in the United States and will be available to hospitals across the U.S. and Canada before the end of 2016. For more than 50 years, parents have trusted Pampers to care for their babies.
Why are Pampers bad?
Most disposable diapers also contain Dioxin. This is a chemical by-product of the paper-bleaching process used in the manufacturing of most diapers. Dioxin is carcinogenic. In fact, the EPA lists it as the most toxic of all cancer-linked chemicals.
Are Huggies chemical free?
Toxins: Huggies Special Delivery diapers are free of lotions, fragrances, and elemental chlorine, while Pampers Pure Protection diapers shun chlorine completely, and are free of fragrances and lotions.
Are diapers really toxic?
The fact is there are potentially harmful chemicals that are known to be present in some disposable diapers, including chlorine, dyes, fragrances, phthalates, and more.