Lights and Liners - Individual Pads

Moderate Absorbency - Individual Pads

Moderate Absorbency - Starter Sets

Heavy, Overnight and Postpartum - Individual Pads

Heavy, Overnight and Postpartum - Starter Sets

Check out these environmental impact facts:

 

1On average, a woman using only pads during her approximate 40 years of menstruation will spend between $2,000 and $4,000

2In North America, 20 billion pads and tampons are thrown away each year

 
 

3Pads can be manufactured with a range of products including synthetic fibers, wood pulp and plastic.

 
 

Why do cloth menstrual pads make sense?

There are many features and benefits to choosing cloth pads:

  1. Comfort: Each cloth pad is made from soft fabrics – which translates into breathable comfort!

  2. Environmental: It just makes sense to use cloth pads to leave as light of a footprint as possible on the environment. Cloth pads minimize waste found in landfills. Plastic applicators of tampons will not fully decompose for hundreds of years. Pads and tampons are filled with dioxins (think poisonous pollutants) that will return to the soil when the products are thrown away.

  3. Economical: No more dropping $7 to $15 a month on disposable pads and tampons. Cloth pads fully pay for themselves in a matter of a few months, and they will last between 4 and 5 years if taken care of properly. Also, purchasing cloth pads from small shops supports people just like you who are making quality products to help feed their families.

  4. Health: Cloth pads are an excellent choice for women who have irritations from allergens and perfumes often found in feminine hygiene products. In severe cases, tampons can cause infections and gynecological disorders. These unwanted afflictions come in all forms: from endometriosis to yeast infections to rashes.