Diaper Rashes and Seventh Generation Wipes

Does Your Baby Get Diaper Rashes Easily?

All my children have really sensitive skin from their precious little faces that give you the cutest smiles to their pudgy little bottoms. Two out of my three girls have really bad eczema and the only one that does not, has an extremely sensitive bottom (go figure!). She is extremely sensitive to most wipes. We have tried them all including the Pampers Sensitive brand which did not turn out to be so sensitive along with all the diaper creams. Nothing seemed to help and it only got worse. She does have multiple bowel movements throughout the day which does not help things, but the only wipes that does not leave her red and raw are the chlorine free Seventh Generation brand. Our pediatrician did suggest using wet clothes versus wipes but with twin girls and multiple diaper changes it just was not practical for us. Within a day or two of using them her bum was all better! Seventh Generation wipes did the trick and I would definitely recommend them.

Product Features:

  • Natural baby wipes don't contain synthetic ingredients that may irritate baby skin
  • Includes aloe vera, Vitamin E, and water for natural moisturization
  • no alcohol or fragrances
  • Combines aloe vera, Vitamin E, and water for natural moisturization
  • Does not contain synthetic ingredients that may be harsh on babies skin

About Seventh Generation:

Protecting Planet Home

"At Seventh Generation, we know your home is your world. For the past 20 years, it's been our mission to help you protect your world with our environmentally responsible and effective household products. By choosing Seventh Generation household products, you create a healthy environment for you and your family."


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