Learning About Eco-Friendly Diapers & Wipes with Earth+Eden
December 2, 2019
Where Eden Meets Earth
The average baby goes through 5,000 diapers before being potty-trained. In fact, 95 percent of families use disposable diapers and most of them end up in landfills, resulting in several million tons of waste every year.
Plus, it’s no secret that mainstream disposable diapers and baby wipes are notorious for being packed with chemicals that may be harmful to your little one’s skin and to the planet.
Earth+Eden was created specifically for concerned parents. Their diapers and wipes are sustainably manufactured in a zero waste facility right here in the U.S. Plus, the fluff used in them comes from sustainably managed forests, and they’re free of chemicals, fragrance, and chlorine.
Even better, Earth+Eden baby wipes are made using 99 percent water, plus a touch of aloe and vitamin E. They were truly designed with the most sensitive skin in mind. Stay tuned to learn more!
The National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD®) is celebrating Rare Disease Day 2021 with The Balancing Act.
Travis Flores is a 29-year-old cystic fibrosis survivor and a recipient of a very rare third double-lung transplant in May 2020.
The Balancing Act has partnered with the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) and WEGO Health to shine a light on rare diseases and the impact they have on patients.