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Saturday, December 10, 2011

Naturepedic Organic Cotton Changing Pad Review and Giveaway {$99.00 value!)



When it comes to purchasing products for our little ones, we typically want to find the best of the best. Naturepedic products are all organic and totally safe for baby. We all know that buying organic products are usually the best route for keeping our families safe. I was recently sent a 4 sided contoured organic changing pad from Naturepedic. I have been overly impressed by the great quality of this pad and would recommend it to all who are searching for a great changing pad.

Here are some awesome features of the Naturepedic Organic Changing Pad:
  • Waterproof Organic Cotton Cover
    Features a luxurious organic cotton fabric with a clear 100% polyethylene food-grade waterproof coating. Non-allergenic and easy-to-clean.

  • Organic Cotton Filling
    Pure, Natural, and chemical-free

  • Firm Support
    Features Air-Core™, a non-toxic environmentally friendly support layer made from
    100% food-grade polyethylene. Air-Core is a network of closed cell air pockets that provide a firm and comfortable base without the toxic properties of polyurethane foam and the allergenic concerns of latex rubber.
  • Non-Toxic Design
    NO Vinyl, PVC, or Phthalates
    NO Polyurethane Foam
    NO Latex or Wool (for allergy concerns)

  • 2-Sided and 4-Sided Options Available
    • Features Safety Buckle to Secure Baby while Changing
    • Easy Snap Screws Secure to Dresser
    • Measures 16.5" x 33" x 4"
  • Optional Changing Pad Covers
    • Fitted design secures to changing pad
    • Made from 100% organic cotton
    • Provides a soft absorptive surface for added comfort
    • Machine wash & dry

The changing pad has a slick cover that makes cleaning up messes a breeze and has a buckle to keep baby safe while changing them. The changing pad also has snaps to keep the pad in place on the changing table or dresser. The pad is soft but firm and made of very high quality material. I was impressed to see the it is made in the USA! It makes me feel at ease to know that my baby will not be exposed to harsh chemicals that other changing pads contain. I was not aware how many harsh chemicals actually went into baby products until I read about the great features of Naturepedic products and how they DID NOT contain the bad chemicals that other brands do.    Naturepedic also offers organic changing pad covers that fit the changing pad! I was a little bummed to see that they didn't offer the changing pad cover in different colors or patterns. The Naturepedic changing pad is more expensive than most changing pads but the quality and chemical free materials make the changing pad worth every penny.

“Today, children are exposed to thousands of substances in the environment, most of which have never been tested for toxicity to children... The implications of this massive experiment in exposure are unknown. Environmental toxicants are suspected to be correlated with many disorders that, until recently, have been assumed to be genetic in origin... attention deficit / hyperactivity disorder, and autism are among the disorders that may be linked to environmental toxicants.” -Center for Children's Health and the Environment at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York. 



You can purchase the Naturepedic 4 Sided Organic Contoured Changing Pad for $99.99 and the Organic Changing Pad Cover for only $29.99.











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I received no compensation for my review other than a free sample
of the product from Naturepedic.





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22 comments:

  1. Any diaper cream that contains zinc. Does the job!
    giabao.ng @ gmail

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  2. I like the crib matress pad.
    arobinson45 (at) woh.rr.com

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  3. Having diaper free time is the best way to avoid rashes (that, and changing constantly).

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  4. Vaseline works wonders!
    shakenafist at yahoo dot com

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  5. Coconut oil is fantastic for treatment and prevention of diaper rash. It is great for diaper rash and many other skin ailments and it is all natural and non-irritating. It makes a great moisturizer and it absorbs pretty quickly.

    klshrrs at gmail dot com

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  6. i follow via gfc and it's not a secret tip really, but I do recommend always using baby powder. especially when it's hot out. it's great for adults too!!

    lauren51990 at aol dot com

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  7. My tip is to wash out your baby wipes or use cloth wipes and allow your child to air out some.

    DuckySam27@yahoo.com

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  8. I expecting my first baby in May and I don't have any tips to share....sorry, but I would like to say that changing you baby's diaper is needed to keep diaper rash away. Thank you, Molly Bussler

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  9. Stephanie RodriguezDecember 19, 2011 at 3:55 PM

    I'd love to have the organic baby crib mattress.

    stephiepregs (@) YAHOO DOT COM

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  10. I'd also love to have the Naturepedic "No compromise" Organic Cotton Classic Baby Crib and Toddler Mattress.

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  12. Added this giveaway to the linky here: http://www.growingababyreviews.com/2011/12/giveaway-tuesday-linky_19.html (#42)

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  13. one of my tips for diaper rash that I read a whille back in parents magazine is to give the baby some naked time, like in the bath tub...so that the diaper isn't constantly rubbing.
    sarah at realtorsd.com

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  14. your button is on my blog
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    sarah at realtorsd.com

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  15. i blogged about it
    http://365daysofgoodsd.blogspot.com/2011/12/naturepedic-organic-cotton-changing-pad.html
    sarah at realtorsd.com

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  16. a good airing once a day keeps the diaper rash away!

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  17. Lots of diaper free time is our best way to keep baby's bum happy.

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  18. Best advice for clearing up diaper rash is naked booty time!

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  19. lots of naked bottom time!! Air is key!

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  20. Air (easy in the summertime) and A&D work great.

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