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A Non-Toxic Green Diaper Bag

I don’t have a baby anymore (Sniff! Sniff!) Though I’ve expressed my desire to maybe have another one (Shhh, don’t tell my husband!) I’m without a baby on my hip and no longer carrying a diaper bag. When I received the Green Label urban style bag by LASSIG I knew immediately that my sister, Amy and her daughter Cora could use the bag and would tell me exactly what they think of it.

First let me tell you that this GREEN label series is made from non-toxic and recycled materials utilizing PET bottles and reprocessing them into the fabric.  Here is what my sister had to say about the bag:

“It is a durable, unique and fashionable for either a stay-at-home or shabby-chic on the go mom.  The multiple Eco-friendly diaper bag from Lassigcompartments allow for multiple day storage for your babies needs.  The removable bottle bag can be used for either bottles or food jars. 

A few of my favorite things about this diaper bag are the material, that allows for an easy clean, as well as the multiple compartments, and the shoulder handle for easy transport.  If I could make one improvement for this bag it would be for the wipe compartment to being more easily accessible. The wipes compartment is inside the bag and does not fit a standard bag of wipes.

I also enjoy the changing mat that folds up small enough to fit inside the diaper bag. I love that it’s antimicrobial and has insulated compartments. 

Overall, the concept and design of this bag is great. I enjoy the fact that it is free of PVC, AZO dyes, cadmium and nickel. “

Thanks for giving the bag a real test ride, Amy! If you’re interested in checking out this chic and unique Eco-friendly diaper bag you can find them online at LASSIG.

Amy is happy to give your baby product a test run and I can facilitate this! If interested contact me and we’ll see if your product is a fit for Green and Clean Mom!

Poquette is a K12.com 3rd grade teacher, a social media and marketing consultant (in her free time), blogger and children’s book author. She has a knack for vetting bloggers, creating blogger campaigns and connecting brands and bloggers. She speaks locally, regionally and nationally on blogging, social media and education. She’s worked with top name brands and has been mentioned and featured in the New York Times, ABC News Online, The Wall Street Journal and several others.
  • mom2childs

    Cute bag! Thanks for sharing.

  • Maggie@SquarePennies

    Looking good. I’m sending this to my daughter who is pg.