The Honest Company spills the beans:”What’s Inside” Disposable Diapers!

Jessica Alba is not only beautiful but she is also smart. Setting up The Honest Company to give herself and her daughters the most natural beauty, baby and cleaning products for all the families needs.
There is a section on The Honest Company website called “What’s Inside”. An in-depth look at the ingredients and the harmful environmental and health benefits of everyday items that are used by millions of consumers and have a huge profitability attached – hence the attraction for corporations!
The everyday items that are put under the What’s Inside Spot Light include:
  1. Disposable Diapers/nappies
  2. All Purpose Cleaners
  3. Baby Bath Products
  4. Health & Wellness
It is refreshing but also quite scary to be able to read exactly What’s Inside Disposable Diapers, and here it is and its not pretty:
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Image from The Honest Company website and is not my own. You can check all the fabulous other ‘What’s Inside’ images on The Honest Company Here.

2 thoughts on “The Honest Company spills the beans:”What’s Inside” Disposable Diapers!

  1. I used disposables with my first child then (feeling more confident) I used washable nappies with my second (10 years ago). I can honestly say from experience that washable nappies are just as effective as disposables. Clever marketing and playing on a parent’s desire to do what is best for their child leads people to believe that disposables are the only and best option.They are not! People really should give them a go.

    1. I hear you! First child is like trying to find your feet and parenting style. I wanted to use washable but I didn’t have the set up (washing line) or support and felt a little daunted, but to be sure when I have another I will be using washable. Thanks for sharing your views – its always so nice to hear positive stories and I definitely agree about the marketing aspect!

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