Wednesday, June 12, 2013

GroVia AIO and Hybrid Cloth Diapers

*Thanks to GroVia for supplying us with the samples used to facilitate this review*

Cloth diapers have come a long way since our mothers and grandmothers used them and we have great companies like GroVia to thank for the transformation. When I talk about cloth diapers and how I prefer to use them over disposables, I get looks of disbelief and sometimes utter shock. That's because so many parents today have not been introduced to the cloth diapers on today's market. GroVia is one of my absolute favorite companies because their cloth diapers are earth friendly, fashionable AND functional! We were really excited to have the opportunity to try out a few of their products over the past few weeks and they definitely did not let us down. 

The first product I received was an AIO in one of their new colors, Citrus! The first word that comes to mind when I think about this diaper is AWESOME. I am not a fan of bulky diapers and if you are the same way, you will appreciate the trim fit of the GroVia AIO. It has a nice, snug fit that helps keep everything inside where it belongs. The Gro-Via Cloth All-In-One's have a very absorbent, organic cotton inner with a soft layer of water resistant TPU outer which means no stuffing and no doublers making it one of the easiest diapers you can possibly get. If you happen to have a heavy wetter or need extra protection at night, you can use a snap in soaker which takes merely seconds. When you are ready to go, all you have to do is snap the diaper on your little one and you are ready to go which makes it just as simple as a disposable diaper but so much cuter and earth friendly. The snaps along the sides control the rise, ensuring you have the best fit possible. The GroVia AIO One Size fits your baby from 10 pounds all the way up to 35+ giving you an amazing diaper that you can use all the way through potty training.

The next product we received was one of their awesome Hybrid cloth diapers. We received the cutest peacock print shell and we instantly fell in love. I'm usually more of an AIO type gal but the Hybrids from Gro-Via could definitely win me over. They are more of an economical option because you can use them longer than an AIO by just changing the easy to snap in soaker. We received the organic cotton soaker which we really liked. For easy diapering on the go, they also offer disposable soakers via their BioSoaker product. I am definitely going to be stocking up on both types of liners for my own stash! 

The final product we received is probably one of my favorite diaper ointments I have ever received. The GroVia Magic Stick is simply amazing. I hate messing with messy diaper cremes that you get all over your hands and everywhere else. With the GroVia Magic Stick, that problem is solved. It goes on smooth and keeps baby protected. If you have multiple children in diapers, you will definitely want to get one of these for each of them and there's even a spot where you can put their name so you can keep track of which one belongs to who. Sweet, huh?! 

If you are new to cloth diapering, GroVia has a lot of great information on their site. They explain the differences between All in One's (AIO's) and the Hybrids and a quickstart guide to help you along your way. You can check them out at


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