Babee Greens – Review

About Babee Greens
Our line of certified organic cloth baby diapers and baby products was developed out of a desire to provide an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional chemically grown cloth and plastic disposable diapers. Created in the Blue Ridge Mountains nearly ten years ago, Babee Greens, formerly Baby Greens Diaper Company, began as a small business with one big goal of nurturing babies and the environment. Now owned and operated exclusively by mothers, Babee Greens has continued to expand its sustainable and biodegradable product selection, with all of its products made in the USA. The diapers and related diaper products are manufactured in Asheville, N.C.
(Read more about Babee Greens HERE)

For my review, I received two wool diaper liners. I’m currently cloth diapering my almost 19 month old daughter, and any time I get to try out different cloth diaper products…I jump at the opportunity! The exterior layer of the wool liner is water resistant, while the inner layer loves water. I immediately noticed how incredibly soft the wool liners were, but they seemed thin. I thought that they couldn’t POSSIBLY hold a lot of moisture. I love that the cortex (the inner layer) can hold up to 1/3 of it’s weight WITHOUT feeling damp. 
My daughter urinates quite a lot for her age, which means I have to change her diaper every 2-3 hours. I’ve washed the wool liners along with my cloth diapers, and they still keep their shape. I noticed NO piling! SOO happy about that! The wool liner absorbs moisture…but keeps her little tushie nice and dry.
Each liner is a single 4″ x 11″ rectangular layer of Babee Greens’ Oeko Tex 100 Certified Merino Wool.
Purchase It:
You can purchase the Wool Diaper Liner for $6 each or $15 for three!
Disclaimer: I received the above product(s) from Babee Greens free of charge in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was received. However, all opinions are strictly my own.


  1. says

    this sounds like a great product! i lovethat there's no piling andit keeps the tushie dry! less chance for rashes. 🙂

    annae07 at aol dot com

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