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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Babee Greens {Review}

Introduction: Babee Greens is the manufactor of certified organic cloth baby diapers and baby products. Developed in the Blue Ridge Mountains nearly ten years ago, Babee Greens, formerly Baby Greens Diaper Company, began as a small business with one big goal of nurturing babies and the environment.

Now owned and operated exclusively by mothers, Babee Greens has continued to expand its sustainable and biodegradable product selection, with all of its products made in the USA. The diapers and related diaper products are manufactured in Asheville, N.C.

Babee Greens' mission is "to provide a safe, economical and green diaper alternative." They are committed to setting a new standard that helps to reverse the negative effects diaper manufacturing has had on our environment, in order to create “A Better World for Babies.”

Babee Greens uses only the highest quality, eco-friendly fibers in its cloth diaper products, including 100% certified organic cotton, organic cotton/hemp blends, hypoallergenic, non-PVC poly resin snaps, and 100% unbleached cotton thread and elastic.

Babee Greens products are also 100% USA made.

  Babee Greens Onesies  Growing Greens Cotton/Hemp DiaperWool Longies  Babee Greens Starter Kit

Review: Babee Greens sent us a set of Softie Cloth Baby Wipes, Washing Greens Detergent and the Cleansing Greens Wipes Solution Concentrate Set.

Softie Cloth Baby WipesThe baby wipes are "chemical free for the health of your baby and reusable for the health of the planet." They measure 8"x8" and are made from one layer of fleece knit. You can choose 100% Certified Organic Cotton or a 55% Hemp/45% Organic Cotton Blend.

We received the hemp/cotton blend. These wipes are thin yet durable. They also have a great texture for cleaning up messes. One side is a smooth tight knit while the other is nice a fuzzy and great for gentle but effective scrubbing.

Washing Greens DetergentThe Washing Greens Detergent is a gentle, biodegradable wash made especially for cloth diapers. It is made of all natural ingredients and contains only the purest antibacterial essential oils so that your diapers come out completely clean with no irratants that could harm your baby's delicate skin.

This detergent smells delicately delicous with the essential oils of tea tree and lavender. While the smell isn't strong it does leave our diapers clean and smelling very fresh.

Finally, we were able to try the Cleansing Greens Wipes Solution Concentrate Set. This is the first premade wipes solution I have ever tried. I love that the solution is extremely concentrated so that one 4 oz bottle will make 64 oz of wipes solution.

Cleansing Greens SetI also like that concentrate only contains pure castille soap, organic hempseed oil, tea tree and lavender essential oils and distilled water. I also like that this set comes with an 8 oz spray bottle for holding the solution once it's been mixed with water. This solution works really well at cleaning our little ones and hasn't caused any issues with rashes or irritaion.

Buy It: You can purchase your own 12-Pack of Softie Cloth Baby Wipes for $14.50, 24 load package of Washing Greens detergent for $12.95, and Cleansing Greens Wipes Solution Concentrate Set for $14.50.  Also be sure to check out the Clearance Sale going on at Babee Greens right now.

If you place an order, please let Babee Greens know that you found out about their products at A Heart for Home.

Photo Credit: Babee Greens

(While the products above were sent to A Heart for Home for review, no other compensation was given. All remarks are the personal and honest opinions of A Heart for Home.)

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Blogger Holly said...

Their stuff looks wonderful!

November 11, 2010 at 2:56 PM  

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