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If you are here on this website right now, you are a concerned parent…

And you are here because you are looking for a safer and healthier alternative to traditional disposable diapers, right?

And the sad reality is…

Extensive research has proven the ingredients in disposable diapers are not only harmful to your baby but also extremely harmful to the environment.

In fact…

There are ingredients inside disposable diapers that diaper manufacturers refuse to release to the public.

My only question is…


Well, I’ll let you draw your own conclusion on that one…

But right now, you’ll discover the disturbing truth about disposable diapers which means you will be able to easily decide what is best for you and your baby.

I am also going to clear up the misconceptions surrounding cloth diapering so you’ll know exactly what to expect when you get started.

And when you stick with me to the end of this page, I’m going to make you a very special risk free offer that I know you will love.

Hi, my name is Christine and I’m the founder of Kind By Nature. 

So, you may be wondering, what’s the ‘real deal’ with disposable diapers?

Well, here it is…

If you visit the websites of the well-known diaper manufacturers, you will find very little information about what is actually in a disposable diaper. Instead, you’ll find information telling you why they are not compelled to make this information available to you.

So why all the secrecy surrounding disposable diapers?

Well, when you dig a little bit deeper you’ll find the disturbing information the diaper companies are keeping from you to help protect their huge profits.

The last thing they want is for moms and dads around the world to realize what they are actually putting on their baby’s sensitive skin because remember, your skin functions like a sponge and what we put on it goes in it…

So what’s in these things anyway…?

The two biggest toxins found in disposable diapers are:

  •  Dioxin
  • Sodium Polyacrylate

 Let’s first take a look at Dioxin…

Dioxin is an extremely toxic by-product of the bleaching process that occurs in paper mills and this process. Dioxins are carcinogenic chemicals and have been banned in most countries, but not the U.S… In fact, the EPA has recognized Dioxin as one of the most toxic cancer causing agents out there.

 In addition, Dioxin is also known to cause:

  • Liver Disease
  • Suppression of the Immune System and
  • Genetic Damage in Lab Animals

Many consumers have a tendency to overlook what they can’t see and Dioxin is no exception.  But ignoring the second dangerous chemical is more difficult because you can actually see the gel crystals on your babies skin.

These gel crystals are known as Sodium Polyacrylate…

Sodium Polyacrylate is a dangerous chemical that can hold up to 100 times its weight in water and is known to cause many health symptoms such as:

  • Coughing and shortness of breath when inhaled
  • Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and even death when ingested and
  • Redness and painful irritation of the eyes and skin

 And get this…

When scientists have injected Sodium Polyacrylate into rats it has caused hemorrhaging, cardiovascular failure and death.  In addition, Sodium Polyacrylate:

  • Was banned from  feminine hygiene products in 1985 because of its link to Toxic Shock Syndrome and
  • Has killed children after ingesting as little as 5 grams of it

And how about a 1000% increase in ‘diaper rash’…

Since the use of disposable diapers have become more widespread, so has ‘diaper rash’.

In 1955, before disposable diapers, only about 7% of American babies suffered from diaper rash. By 1998, when 90% of the babies were wearing disposables, diaper rash occurrence had increased to 78%.

That’s a 1000% increase in babies with diaper rashes since the invention of disposable diapers.  Something doesn’t seem right here… And we agree completely

Some of the reasons for this increase in diaper rash include:

  • Allergies to chemicals
  • Lack of air circulation
  • Higher temperatures and

The fact that babies are changed less often because disposables feel dry to the touch even when they have been well used.

So now that you know the truth about disposables…

Let’s take a moment to learn about how cloth diapering can help you avoid all of this nonsense and do what’s best for your baby!

Mark Twain once said:

“A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes.”

And when it comes to cloth diapering, the lies and misconceptions have been spread like wildfire by the companies who manufacture these chemically ridden disposable diapers to keep you buying them and stop you from choosing a healthier alternative for your baby.

100% Chemical FREE Cotton is the Answer…

When you start diapering with Kind By Nature, you will receive only 100% chemical free cotton diapers because our philosophy is “the single most important piece of clothing your baby will wear is a diaper.” and nothing compares to the soft touch of cotton on your baby’s delicate skin.

Some of the most common misconceptions about cloth diapers are:

  • They are Messy
  • Time Consuming
  • More Expensive
  • Leak More
  • Cause Diaper Rash
  • Not Dad Friendly
  • It’s All or Nothing
  • Must be Dunked in Toilet

Everyone of those misconceptions above are completely untrue and have been perpetuated by the companies who stand to lose BILLIONS of dollars when parents all over the world realize there is an alternative to disposable diapering and the solution is actually healthier and safer for your baby and the environment.

Spreading Lies = Protecting Profits

So what’s the real truth about Cloth…?

In all actuality, cloth diapering has come a LONG way since the early days.  In fact, the industry as a whole has made tremendous progress in just the last few years along.

When you think cloth diapering, you may think ‘dish rag and safety pin’, right?  Well, nothing could be further from the truth.

The cloth diapers of today look similar to the disposable diapers you are used to seeing and they work the exact same way as well.  Take the dirty one off and slide the clean one on just like disposables EXCEPT…

Cloth diapers contain ZERO chemicals and are completely safe and healthy for your baby and the environment.

And in addition…

Babies who use cloth diapers are proven to potty train up to 1 year earlier than those who use disposables which means less diaper changing and more money saving when you no longer have to buy diapers any more.

When a baby makes a mess in a disposable diaper, they really don’t feel uncomfortable because of all the chemicals used to absorb the mess which means they tend to sit around in it much longer than if they were wearing a cloth diaper.

Cloth = Potty Trained Faster

When your baby wears a cloth diaper they can feel when they are wet, which allows them to more easily make the connections that lead to bladder control. This is an important step in your baby’s development and confidence. Children today are potty training at much older ages, experts believe due to disposables and that stay dry feeling.


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