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New Huggies brand

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I've always preferred baby diapers, it's just me, but I digress. Huggies has launched a new diaper for the premium eco-friendly market (great timing with this recession and all), while they only go to size 5, I have seen similar brands got up to size seven (41+ lbs). Has anyone ever tried these brands (seven generation, nature babycare, etc.)?
 

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Not necessarily, it seems they use the same absorbent material as most diapers.
 

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What a scam. It's just another attempt at making more money. They know people are going to buy diapers regardless. If they it make it seem like the diapers are Eco friendly and a tad cheaper than the other companies, they will more than likely sell more. Ipso facto, they will make more money.

On another note, try them out. Let us know. =]

-Calen
 

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Eh, I've never found huggies to be that good, anyway. They're small when compared to Pampers, and the tabs have pretty much no stretch. Oh, and absorbency is bad.
 
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What a scam. It's just another attempt at making more money. They know people are going to buy diapers regardless. If they it make it seem like the diapers are Eco friendly and a tad cheaper than the other companies, they will more than likely sell more. Ipso facto, they will make more money.

On another note, try them out. Let us know. =]

-Calen
This isn't necessarily true.

As for an eco-friendly diaper, I'm not sure if it can be done but Seventh Generation is more about naturally produced materials than chemically. Whether it's eco-friendly or not I'm unsure.
 
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