Is it that time of the month again? Switch out to these reusable menstrual pads that are unbleached, non-dyed as well as chemical and fragrance-free. These pads are made of 100% pure certified organic cotton with a specially designed leak-proof coating.
You can now have a peace of mind knowing that the cloth pad you are using is natural, chemical-free and good for the environment. Plus, there is a wide variety of colours, patterns and prints, so there is surely something for everyone!
100% unbleached and undyed organic cotton which is certified (OCS100) with the final product containing 95% – 100% of organic material.
Waterproof TPU layer inside of the pad to prevent leakage.
To Offset Its Carbon Emission
To use it for 2 years.
2 – 3 years
End of Life Treatment
Organic Cotton Layers: Compostable | Waterproof TPU Layer (Printed Fabric): Landfill
Jay (verified owner) –
Very absorbent, and doesn’t leak! It’s quite secure on the underwear and doesn’t tend to move around, especially if the clasp is secured on the tighter setting.
It can be worn the whole day, and even then it’s easy to get stains out with soap and scrubbing.
Vanessa (verified owner) –
I love them!
I used to get irritación on the side of my legs from the plastic comercial types not anymore is been life changing.
Kathy (verified owner) –
It’s great and comfortable!
The large pad holds for 8 hours+ and it washes out pretty easily (except for perhaps the “older blood” but that’s okay because who is going to see them anyway?!).
No leakage and irritation.
I really like the design, and how it replaces disposable pads.
However, my main concern would be hygiene. Because if I have to wear it outside, I have to change it every 3-4 hours. But what do I do with the used pads? I would have to wait till I’m home to wash it!
So far, I have only used it once, but perhaps I might want to try it again once I get another pad 🙂
I tried the pads again, and I have good reviews for it!
You can change it every 3-4hrs and put it in a wet bag after assembling it back.
Then once home, wash it in cold water and soap (I lather the soap on first and try to wash as much as I can, then if there are stubborn stains, I soak it). I used marseille soap with baking soda and it works well!
I used the medium one for a regular first day flow.
I have been thinking about switching out my disposable pads and finally got down to it. I got the pantyliner to try out and wow, when I first tried it, it felt like I wasn’t wearing any pad. It was so soft and comfortable! It was also very secure with the clasp. I wore it for the whole day and then soaked it overnight to clean it. There were a few tiny stains here and there but overall, still quite easy to clean 🙂 Would recommend for anyone trying to switch out disposables.
Fei (verified owner) –
Wanted to try more sustainable alternatives for quite some time now, am glad that this was my first swap from disposable pads. It is relatively easy to wash and comfortable!
pyunx (verified owner) –
It’s soft n I really love that it’s made of cotton fabric!😍😍 Tried before those microfleece types but don’t like it that much. Quite exp but good quality n hope that this will work better. Thank you 😊😊