Reply
Honest diapers? Stephanie ♥ Emmett ♥ Bab Due January 24 (girl); 1 child; 1 angel baby; Columbia, CT, United States 6882 posts
24th Apr

Has anyone used them? Opinions?

Squid Kid Unavailable, NA, United States 32450 posts
24th Apr

I don't really see the point in buying eco-disposable diapers. It's kind of defeating the purpose. 

[Brittany] TTC since Jun 2014; 1 child; Fitzgerald, GA, United States 742 posts
24th Apr

I like them. I just don't like the price!

Ellie Goulding 1 child; London, --, United Kingdom 4742 posts
24th Apr

They're nice I guess but they're not really bio-degradable like they claim. I put one in my compost pile as an experiment and it's still there.
They're decent as far as absorbency, though. And the prints are really cute. I'd rather buy their cleaning products than the diapers though, TBH. If you want to be more environmentally conscious, spend the money on cloth.

Stephanie ♥ Emmett ♥ Bab Due January 24 (girl); 1 child; 1 angel baby; Columbia, CT, United States 6882 posts
24th Apr

Quoting this girl is bangin:
I like them. I just don't like the price!


Isn't it like $80 for 320 diapers and 4 packages of wipes? I always used pampers and I feel like those were close to that... maybe I have a really bad memory hahah

lise ♡ 1 child; 1 angel baby; Cold, Ol, Canada 66887 posts
24th Apr

I'd go for cloth first. 

Stephanie ♥ Emmett ♥ Bab Due January 24 (girl); 1 child; 1 angel baby; Columbia, CT, United States 6882 posts
24th Apr

Quoting The Great Deku Tree:
They're nice I guess but they're not really bio-degradable like they claim. I put one in my compost pile as an experiment and it's still there.
They're decent as far as absorbency, though. And the prints are really cute. I'd rather buy their cleaning products than the diapers though, TBH. If you want to be more environmentally conscious, spend the money on cloth.


I wanted to do cloth for the next baby,.. I just don't even know where to start haha.

♥Heather♥ 3 kids; 3 angel babies; Great Lakes, IL, United States 27363 posts
24th Apr

Love honest company diapers & been using them for almost a year. To me I'm saving a little bit of money by buying them & not having to buy diapers as often either. I place an order about every month n half. My daughter doesn't get rashes in them & their wipes are great. I use to be a big huggies fan but not anymore. I also like other products the honest company has! Definitely worth trying out a trial:)

Ellie Goulding 1 child; London, --, United Kingdom 4742 posts
24th Apr

Quoting Stephanie ☀ Emmett:

I wanted to do cloth for the next baby,.. I just don't even know where to start haha.


Yeah, it's overwhelming at first. I did G-diapers first, which are great, and now I just have a bunch of randoms. I recommend searching for cloth diaper tutorials and reviews on YouTube. Saved my life. There's also lots of helpful ladies on here.

♥Heather♥ 3 kids; 3 angel babies; Great Lakes, IL, United States 27363 posts
24th Apr

Quoting Stephanie ☀ Emmett:

Isn't it like $80 for 320 diapers and 4 packages of wipes? I always used pampers and I feel like those were close to that... maybe I have a really bad memory hahah


I spend about $90 every month n half. I get 6 packs of diapers & 7 packs of wipes. I spent more when I was buying huge boxes of huggies & huge boxes of huggies wipes. There been a few times we ran out of diapers & wipes right before are next shipment arrived so I would have to get some diapers & wipes from the store & it never fails my daughter gets a horrible rash. Normally though we have a pack or two left when our new shipment comes. 

Lois. 1 child; Pennsylvania 2653 posts
24th Apr

I'd go with cloth before I bought Honest diapers. It's really not as confusing as it seems. There is a TON of information out there that makes it look a whole lot more intimidating than it really is.