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- PUL free = plastic free periods!
- Reusable, washable cloth menstrual pads
- Made from cotton, hemp and bamboo
What are Reusable Cloth Menstrual Pads?
These cloth menstrual pads are a great, sustainable alternative to disposable tampons and pads.
Investing in reusable cloth pads will save plastic and money!
These pads come in short and midi size with light and medium absorbency.
Short: 9" / 22.5cm
Medium: 10.5" / 26.5cm
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Handmade by Tabitha Eve
Why are they eco-friendly?
What products are the fifth most common item found on Europe’s beaches? What are more widespread than single-use coffee cups, cutlery or straws?
That's right, sanitary products.
Sanitary products account for 200,000 tonnes of waste ending up in UK landfill every year.
Around 2.5 million tampons, 1.4 million pads and 700,000 panty liners are flushed every single day here in the UK!
A big-brand pack of 14 menstrual pads contains the same amount of plastic as five carrier bags.
Read more on this Friends of the Earth article.
These pads are eco-friendly as they are completely plastic free and reusable. Most reusable pads have PUL (a type of waterproof plastic) in them meaning eventually, at the end of their life, they still pollute the environment.
These pads are PUL free, plastic popper free and fully biodegradable.
What are these reusable menstrual pads made from?
Made from organic cotton, hemp & bamboo
They're made with metal stud presses so your pad can be 100% plastic free.
Please note - we are not stocking the heavy absorbency pads as they contain PUL (plastic) and we're a completely plastic free shop. We're looking into alternatives!
How much money can you save?
Switching to reusable sanitary products can save you up to £6000 over your lifetime!
For gently used pads, rinse and put them in with your regular laundry load. For heavily soaked pads, or to avoid staining, pre-rinse in cold water (never hot) to wash out as much blood as possible then add to laundry.
It is always best to not allow your pad to dry out before washing to minimise staining.
These are also suitable as incontinence pads.