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  • Gro Baby Wipes - About.com Review

    January 11, 2010

    About.com

    The Bottom Line - Gro Baby wipes get the job done with less chemicals.

    Pros - No chemicals for baby’s skin

    Cons - A bit slick

    Description

    • Fragrance Free
    • Dye Free
    • Chlorine Free
    • Made from Ingeo (TM) Fibers

    Review
    One of the down-sides of using disposable wipes is the extra chemicals that go onto your baby’s skin. With Gro Baby wipes, which are made from plants, there are less chemicals involved in the process of cleaning your baby. One of the things that I loved about the Gro Baby wipes is that they have almost zero smell. I am very sensitive to smells and even “scent-free” wipes tend to bother me. The Gro Baby wipes’ smell was almost undetectable. The texture of the wipes is grippy and wipes clean, however, this means that they are not as soft as some other wipes. The wipes are a large size and this reduced the number of wipes needed per change. Now, when I need disposable wipes, I will reach for the Gro Baby wipes.

    by Ashley Benz on January 11, 2010

    This post was posted in GroVia News

  • Examiner.com says GroVia is the Best Cloth Diaper!

    January 7, 2010

    Over a year and a half ago I jumped into the world of cloth diapering for my girls, then 10-months old and 2.5 years old. My oldest was soon potty trained. My then 10-month old is now 2 years old and fully potty trained. Now my son is on diaper testing duty. We've tried A LOT of brands... even did a diaper challenge.

    The latest diaper to be put to the test in my diaper challenge are Gro Baby Diapers.

    A relatively new cloth diap newcomer, Gro Babys are a system of diapering that combines cloth and eco-friendly disposable inserts (aka Bio Soakers) that both go into a reusable shell. It's a similar concept to gDiapers, but much much better. In fact Gro diaps are now among my most favorite (up next to BumGenius, FuzziBunz and Green Acre Designs cloth diapers).

    Gro Baby Diapers are high quality and good construction and really simple to use. Just snap in a cloth insert into cover (which is not only soft and durable but very absorbent) and put on. (See photo in slideshow) The cover can be used 2-3 times, depending on your little ones soaking abilities and the frequency of changes.

    You can go back and forth between the cloth inserts and the disposable ones. On the topic of the disposable inserts- called Bio Soakers by Gro Baby- they're surprisingly great. I expected at first use that they'd slide around or not stay in place but quite the opposite. They stick too well. They don't leak or move around but they do leave sticky residue that can be challenging to get all off. I've also tried the disp inserts with other covers (including BumGenius, DryBees among others). They stay perfectly and don't get the shell wet. But they do leave sticky residue that you have to work to get off. However, they're so much better than cloth when your little one gives you a big poop present.

    On the topic of poop, my son put the Gro Baby with cloth insert through the poop test the first time I put him in them. They performed well. The cover got poop on it so there was no reusing it prior to washing but with just a little poop wiping down with a baby wipe, tossing it into the reusable diaper bag and washing it the next day... the Gro Baby still looked brand new, no poop stains whatsoever. Now a month plus later - they're still looking brand new. There's not even any lint stuck in the velcro tabs, which is hard to believe. That's because you just fold the tab down to the diaper cloth, not a special tab. That makes it really easy to keep nice and clean.

    As for overnight - I haven't been brave enough to try overnights with the Gro Baby as both the cloth and disposable inserts are only good for my little soaker man for two hours... and he's sleeping through the night for the most part.

    Overall, Gro Baby is now one of my favorite diapering systems. If I was just starting out, I'd start with Gro Baby because of its versatility and options to use both the disposable and cloth inserts.

    Read more about all the Gro Baby features at thenaturalbabyco.com.

    This post was posted in Cloth Diapering , GroVia News

  • Gro Baby Bio Wipes - MomsLikeMe.com Review

    January 4, 2010

    Get to the bottom of greening your baby with Gro Baby Bio Wipes, the latest earth friendly product born from the creators of the Gro Baby reusable diapering system for modern parents. Free of harmful chemicals, compostable and made from 100% renewable materials, the all-natural Gro Baby Bio Wipes offer today’s mom and dad a better way to wipe up baby’s messes without leaving a mess on the planet. Continue reading

    This post was posted in GroVia News

  • Better Wipes For A Better World!

    December 2, 2009

    All Natural Baby Wipes, Made From 100% Renewable Resources

    Natural Baby Company’s Eco-Friendly Diaper Line Helps Keep the Planet and Baby Clean, from the Bottom Up

    Get to the bottom of greening your baby with Gro Baby Bio Wipes, the latest earth friendly product born from the creators of the Gro Baby reusable diapering system for modern parents. Free of harmful chemicals, compostable and made from 100% renewable materials, the all-natural Gro Baby Bio Wipes offer today’s mom and dad a better way to wipe up baby’s messes without leaving a mess on the planet. Continue reading

    This post was posted in GroVia News

  • The Natural Baby Company: 2009 Innovator of the Year

    November 12, 2009

    Prospera Business Network presented their 2009 Business Excellence Awards at the organization’s 24th Annual Dinner this evening at the Best Western GranTree Inn in Bozeman.

    Awards were given in the following categories: Innovator of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year, Economic Leadership Award, and Business of the Year.

    The Natural Baby Company was named the 2009 Innovator of the Year in recognition for their success and commitment to creating innovative, eco-friendly products. The company is a designer and manufacturer of environmentally-friendly, natural baby products. Award presenter, Marci Yamasaki of Cleanwaste, said: “This 6 year old company is experiencing tremendous growth. Their most recent innovation, a 97% biodegradable and 100% compostable diaper pad has recently been picked up by Whole Foods Markets stores nationally.” Continue reading

    This post was posted in GroVia News

  • Green Your Baby’s Bum!

    October 26, 2009

    Gro Baby Introduces New To The Market Eco Friendly Diaper Pads

    Gro Baby’s New Bio Soaker Pads, the Convenient Hybrid Diaper Option for Modern Parents On-The-Go

    Gro Baby, creator of reusable diapers for modern parents, announced today the debut of the newest addition to their line, Gro Baby Bio Soaker Pads. An essential for parents who treasure convenience but also love the earth, Gro Baby’s Bio Soakers offer mom and dad the ultimate eco friendly cloth diaper option. Superior in design, comfort and protection – Gro Baby Bio Soakers are safer for baby, and safer for the planet. Continue reading

    This post was posted in Cloth Diapering

  • The Diaper Challenge, Gro Baby - examiner.com

    January 8, 2009

    Gro Baby cloth diapering system

    Over a year and a half ago I jumped into the world of cloth diapering for my girls, then 10-months old and
    2.5 years old. My oldest was soon potty trained. My then 10-month old is now 2 years old and fully potty trained. Now my son is on diaper testing duty. We’ve tried A LOT of brands... even did a diaper challenge.

    The latest diaper to be put to the test in my diaper challenge are Gro Baby Diapers. Continue reading

    This post was posted in Cloth Diapering

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