CLOTH PADS

REUSABLE CLOTH PADS ARE THE COMFORTABLE ALTERNATIVE TO

DISPOSABLE PERIOD PRODUCTS

MENSTRUAL PADS – STARTERS KIT!

NO OVERUSE OF:

PLASTICS, PERFUMES,

CHEMICALS

ORGANIC COTTON

MACHINE WASHABLE

TESTED FOR 200 CYCLES

GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH

CHOOSE YOUR PERIOD PAD SIZE

CHOOSE PANTYLINER…
… when you need some extra protection with your menstrual cup or tampon
… when you’re flow is lighter, like towards the end of the cycle.

… for a daily protection for discharge.
… if sometimes you leak a little bit of urine while laughing, sneezing or during physical activities.

size 19 x 7 cm

CHOOSE REGULAR PAD…
… if you normally use regular size in your disposable pads..
…if your flow is regular.
… if sometimes you leak a little bit of urine while laughing, sneezing or during physical activities.

size 25 x 8.5 cm

CHOOSE NIGHT PAD…
… when your flow is heavy.
… during night as a night pad for safe protection and great cover.
… during the heaviest days of your cycle.
… post partum.
… if you tend to leak sideways or in the back or front with a smaller pad.

size 33 x 8.5 cm

HOW TO USE

The pad is snapped around the crotch of your undies, with the snap buttons on the outer side, to keep it in place and stop it from moving around.

How often the cloth pad needs to be changed, is different for each person just like with disposable pads. Many people find that they need to change their pad less frequent when using cloth pads. One reason for this might be that the cloth pads is made of natural material, organic cotton, which feels much softer towards your skin and opposed to disposable pads made of plastics, they will let your skin breath which means it won’t feel as moist or clamped in your undies.

How often you’ll need to change your cloth pad is different for each person just like with disposable pads. Many people find that they need to change their pad less frequent when using cloth pads. One reason for this might be that the cloth pads is made of natural material, organic cotton, which feels much softer towards your skin and opposed to disposable pads made of plastics, they will let your skin breath which means it won’t feel as moist or clamped in your undies.

AFTER CARE

A used cloth pad can be handled in different ways before being washed. Here are a few examples of how to take care of your cloth pads. Find a routine that works for you and your lifestyle.
Some people prefer to rinse their pads in cold water straight after use before putting in a wet bag or a bucket in the bathroom until it’s time to do laundry.
Another way is to put them to soak in bucket of cold water with a little bit of salt in it 24 hours before laundry. Make sure to rinse with cold water prior to this, otherwise the excess blood in the pads may stain the entire bunch of pads mixed with the water in the bucket. Stains can be worked on with a stain removal soap of choice. Put the pads in the washing machine and wash in 60 degrees. Some people prefer to use a washing bag for their pads. It is ok to wash pads along with the rest of your laundry. Avoid washing them with whites only though. You don’t necessarily need to rinse or soak the pads before washing them, it also works fine to simply store the used pads in a wet bag until laundry and then throw them into the washing machine. Find a routine that works for you.

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