GoGo Natural OS Cloth Diaper Review & Giveaway [CLOSED]

Even though Isabella will hopefully be potty-trained before she turns 3 -crosses fingers-, I still prefer to use cloth diapers over disposables. They’re more gentle on her skin, they don’t contain all of the nasty chemicals that disposables are notorious for, and they’re better for our environment. As a mom and cloth diaper enthusiast, I am constantly and persistently on the look out for the best of the best, the cream of the crop when it comes to cloth diapers. I have yet to stumble upon a downright horrible one, but there are some that I prefer more than others. GoGo Natural is one of them!

I received a Dinkledooz One-Size Cloth Diaper in pink to review (above is orange). The color is a soft baby pink – like that you would see on a little girl’s nursery walls or her tiny onesie. My girly girl adored the perfect shade of pink. As you see in the picture below, this cloth diaper can easily match the majority of Isabella’s wardrobe.

The Dinkledooz One-Size Cloth Diaper fits most babies – 8lbs to 35lbs. It can be used from birth to potty training. Isabella is in potty training mode, but she still has a long way to go. Only one pee-pee in the potty so far!

The inner and outer fabric is polyester, while the inserts are 90% polyester and 10% nylon. It is recommended that you do not use fabric softeners, chlorine bleach and rash creams while your child is using this cloth diaper. It has a satin smooth waterproof outer layer and super soft fleece inner. Included is a pocket to place the inserts inside.

This charming diaper has three adjustable rise setting to achieve the best fit for your baby or toddler. The highest rise was what we had to use. My daughter is only 26lbs, so it was one set of snaps away from being on the tightest setting.

It includes small and large microfiber inserts that are especially useful and excellent for naps and overnight wear. Isabella wore both inserts during the time the pictures included in this post were taken, and she was able to last three hours before needing to be changed. That’s a record for daytime! She remained nice and dry. With so much that us women have to do for our household, the last thing we want to deal with is a leaking diaper.

The diaper is a bit poofy, but I’m sure that is because I used both small and large inserts. It did not leave red marks on Isabella’s waist or thighs, which is a common complaint with cloth diapers.

Overall, I truly enjoyed trying out this diaper. It held up wonderfully, and I would absolutely recommend Dinkledooz diapers for anyone looking to start cloth diapering or to those veterans who want to add to their fluff stash. Absolutely, I could see myself purchasing more in the future.

You can purchase a Dinkledooz One-Size Diaper for $14.95! You can use the discount code BELLA to receive 10% off your order!

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One lucky Beautifully BellaFaith reader will win a Dinkledooz One-Size Cloth Diaper of their very own! Giveaway will end July 28th 11:59PM EST. The winner will have 48 hours to respond before another will be drawn. You do not have to be a blogger to enter or win. Beautifully BellaFaith is not responsible for prizes that are lost, damaged or stolen. Good luck! (:


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