That is what the Eco Mom company is all about. They have so many eco-friendly products to help you make smart and easy choices. One thing I really love about Eco Mom is that you know their products are Eco Mom approved, which means: Safe, Smart and Simple!!
- nothing toxic
- no bad chemicals
- no PVC, BPA, SLS
- Nothing synthetic
- organic ingredients
- natural materials
- healthy products
- easy to use
- smells good
- tastes great
They have tons of products to choose from. Everything from pregnancy items to new baby, baby food to toys and books, and bath and body to eco chic clothing. I loved browsing around at all the options, knowing I really would buy any of it for my own family!
The product I actually did try out was the Nature's Baby Care Pull On Pants. They are training diapers for my two year old, who, although he is potty trained, still wears a diaper at night. I usually like to use organic cloth diapers, but when we are on a trip, it is nice to have a disposable option also.
I really liked that Nature Babycare Diapers are the first award winning Eco-Friendly high-performance disposable diapers based on new green technology. Nature Babycare is the result of many years of intense work and development by Swedish mother, Marlene Sandberg and her eco-partners. Challenged with the goal of using the best possible natural, sustainable, compostable components, along with new manufacturing technology, the result is the greenest eco-friendly, high-performance diaper available on the market (with elements protected by a Swedish patent).
They are great for your children and the environment. I love that they are breathable, chlorine-free and there are no oil-based plastics in these diapers! Two big thumbs up from me!! One thing I have noticed with some "green or natural diapers" is that they aren't really that green or natural. You really have to do some research to find out what is really in them. These Nature BabyCare diapers put my mind at ease. I also loved that they actually held all the ickys in and didn't leak.
You can find them at Eco-Friendly Baby Products - EcoMom, if you look under Mom and Baby and then click on Diapering and Potty Training.
Also, I wanted to mention that EcoMom has this great new program - EcoPass. It allows you to purchase a $99 annual membership, which gives you 15% off every order as well as FREE SHIPPING! AND if you purchase the Eco Pass during the month of July, you get it for LIFE - no renewal fee!!! Cool deal!
Otherwise, we have a great giveaway for you today, and you could also choose to buy these with the $15 gift certificate Eco Mom is giving to one of my wonderful readers! Plus, there's more, Eco Mom is giving our readers a 15% discount with this code - SBBL454 - from now until July 30, 2010.
Here is how to enter this awesome giveaway!
Mandatory Entry: Make sure you are a follower of this blog, Your World: Healthy and Natural, and comment about it! After completing the mandatory first step of becoming a follower, do as many of the following as you can and leave a separate comment here for each:
Subscribe to this blog and comment about it. (2 entries)
Blog about this giveaway and link back to this post.(3 entries)
Head over to Facebook and become a fan of EcoMom! (1 entry)
Follow @EcoMomCEO on Twitter. (1 entry)Join the EcoMom newsletter. (1 entry)
Follow @carathenatural on Twitter and tweet about this giveaway. (1 entry)
Grab my Welcome Baby Event Button and post it on your blog, leave an entry about it and make sure you leave the link too. (2 entries)
Grab my blog button and post it on your blog, leave an entry about it and make sure you leave the link too. (2 entries)
The deadline for this giveaway is July 30th at 12 am EST, at which time a winner will be randomely chosen. The giveaway is limited to U.S. and Canadian residents only. Make sure that you include your email in your comments because if I can't get a hold of you, you can't win!
* Thank you to EcoMom for their products for review! Disclosure - This product was given for review through EcoMom for my honest opinion. No other compensation was given.*