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GIVEAWAY!! 2 Jumbo Packs of Bambo Diapers!!

Who hates paying for diapers??

I know everyone hates buying diapers. So, I am here to help!! I’ve teamed up with Bambo on this one to bring you a……..


That’s right! The winner of this giveaway will not just get 1, but 2 jumbo packs of Bambo diapers in the size of your choice! In case you missed my review on Bambo diapers, you can read it HERE. Bambo is eco friendly and doesn’t contain any harmful ingredients!



There are tons of ways to get entries, just follow the entry form down below! Remember, a lot of people love and need diapers. So, I would suggest trying to get as many points as you can and complete all the ways of doing so!


CONTEST ENDS 2/1/2017 at 12AM! Winner will be announced the morning of the 1st!

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Bambo Nature Diaper Review

Oh diapers… I can not wait till I don’t have to buy them anymore. However until that point, I try to be as picky as I can be with what brands I buy. Babies can have super sensitive skin and diapers can be one of the main reasons why they can get diaper rash. Conventional diapers bleach their cotton, use perfumes and fragrances and even chlorine. Not to mention, most that you buy can sit in the landfill for 500 YEARS before decomposing! YIKES!

I am a big supporter for cloth diapering. They are more of an investment in the beginning, but the money you save over time is huge. I’ve cloth diapered both my children to a certain age. Let’s be honest though, cloth diapers aren’t always the easiest when your on the go. The convenience of disposable diapers is huge.

A while back, I made a post about natural and organic brands for baby products. One of the categories were for diapers. Some of them I had already tried, but one I hadn’t yet was Bambo Nature. It was time!

Bambo offers a eco friendly diaper that is super absorbent, but doesn’t have any of the harmful chemicals or allergens.


My youngest is in diapers 24/7 and my oldest only wears some form of diaper or pull up to bed. I knew I’d be able to give these diapers a good test! Both of my girls wear a size 5, and Bambo’s sizing is true.

I have to mention that they are absolutely adorable and very soft!


They held up to every absorbency test that I could throw at them. If it was either overnight or a long outing, we never had an issue with leakage. The one thing I loved, was that it kept the moisture off the surface. So, even if the diaper was wet, it didn’t feel like that.

They are really flexible and held up the test of an 18 month of running around with just the diaper on. She’s pretty rough on diapers. One, she loves to be naked, so she definitely tried to rip it off a few times…it stayed on!

She’s got some thigh rolls and most diapers leave marks.. not these, she seemed pretty comfortable in them…

I mean, look at this diaper bum!


Is that not just the cutest thing you’ve ever seen?

ok.. I may be a tad bit bias…

BUT, I really liked these diapers!

They are such a great alternative to conventional diapers.

They are not that much more either than conventional diapers and you get so much more with them. Knowing that they have zero irritants and allergens, means less diaper rash and less chemicals being introduced into your baby’s body!

You can easily get these diapers for Bambo’s website or other retailers. They also make pull ups and baby wipes!

Have you tried Bambo? Please share your thoughts in the comments below!

Or… What is your favorite natural or organic disposable diaper brand? Please share in the comments!

All Natural/Organic Baby Product Guide

Having children can make you a nervous wreck. You’re now responsible for this little human, to keep them happy and healthy. The happy part is pretty easy. Well, unless you’re child is like my youngest daughter, then it makes things a little more of challenge. However, for the most part, you play with them and give them attention and they are content. Keeping them healthy seems like it is a pretty easy job, but looking at labels anymore can make any heart race. So many preservatives, artificial who knows what and chemicals galore. Their little bodies and their super thin skin can be easily irritated by the smallest things. That’s why as parents we need to conscious of what we buy and use. To top it off, most of these chemicals are cancer causing. I know, I personally never want my child to ever have to go through something like that.

One thing to remember, just because the store sells it, doesn’t mean it’s safe. One large company years ago……*cough Johnson and Johnson *cough, finally removed formaldehyde from their ingredients and lately were sued for causing ovarian cancer with their talc (baby powder). It’s crazy to me. Just because they label products “soft” and “gentle”, could be anything but that. Or even better, using the words “natural”, when really only 1 ingredient is.  Just be aware and read your labels. If you can’t pronounce it, google it or look the product up yourself on the Environmental Working Group page.

Luckily, there are so many great companies that offer alternatives to many of the products we buy for our children. Yes, they might cost a little more, but it’s worth it.

I’ve been researching a lot of these companies and thinking about all the categories needing to cover. Anything and everything that touches their skin.. Eating is a whole other post..  but this is what I came up with. Please look at the ingredients list closely as most links just get you to a main page of products. If you question a product, run it through the EWG. Overall I hope this helps raise awareness to safer products to use for your children.


Naty– Fragrance and Chlorine Free.

Andy Pandy– 100% Bamboo fiber and biodegradable.

Bambo Nature– Free of chlorine, perfume, brighteners and lotions.

Nurtured By Nature– Chlorine Free

Babyganics– No chlorine, latex, petroleum based lotions or fragrances

Broody Chick– 100% Natural and Compostable

Attitude– Free of carcinogens, mutagens & reproductive toxins


Baby Products- Baby Wash/Shampoo, Lotion, Diaper Cream

Tamalia Naturals– Natural and Organic

Daisy Blue Naturals- 100% Natural

Beaming Baby– Organic Lotion, Baby Wash and Bubble Bath.

Naty– Paraben and SLS Free.

Earth’s Best–  At least 70% Organic, hypoallergenic.

Pure Haven Essentials– All natural and organic. Baby wash, lotion, powder and diaper cream.

Badger- USDA Organic

Babo Botanicals– No sulfates, parabens, pthalates, synthetic fragrances and dyes.

Lafes Natural Body Care– Over 70% Organic

Earth Mama Angel Baby– Certified Organic

Mom of 11 Kids– All Natural


Baby Wipes

Beaming Baby– Certified Organic

Naty– 100% Biodegradable.

Bambo Nature- Chlorine and perfume free, no brighteners, eco friendly and biodegradeable.  However some ingredients depending on your beliefs can be questionable.

Babyganics– No alcohol, parabens, sulfates, phthalates, artificial dyes or fragrances. However do contain sodium benzonate which can be questionable depending on your research.

Jackson Reece– no  parabens, alcohol, phthalates, DMDM hydantoin, sodium benzoate or phenoxyethanol

Bum Boosa– Bamboo and plant based.

Water Wipes– Contain water and grapeseed oil…that’s it.

Broody Chick– Chemical and fragrance free.



Earth’s Best– Fluoride Free and Organic Teething Gel.

Pure Haven Essentials– All natural and made with organic ingredients. Orange

Dr Bronners– this is for older children and adults.

Poofy Organics- Cherry Organic Toothpaste for Toddlers

Jack & Jill– Natural Toothpaste, Fluoride free with organic ingredients.



The Best 26 Organic Clothing Brands of 2016. Credit- The Good Trade


Earth’s Best– All natural, fragrance free and water resistant.

Babyganics– SPF 50+

Badger– 98% Organic and Certified Natural

Raw Elements USA– Organic

California Baby– Top Marks from EWG.

Coola– Organic

Beachcomber– Organic, no parabens or pthalates.

Kabana Skincare– Organic. My review here.

Bug Repellant

Babyganics– Citronella, Peppermint, Rosemary, Lemongrass & Geranium

Badger– Certified Natural

Lafes Natural Body Care– Certified Organic


My list grows everyday as I’m a mom that wants to use what’s best. If I find something I don’t like, I stop using it and move on. I haven’t personally tried every single one of these brands. Like I mentioned, this was mainly researching these brands and seeing what I thought was best. Use your best judgement.

Do you have any comments about the brands I have listed? How would you rate them on your own scale? Share in the comments below!