Our reusable sanitary pads for heavy flow are designed and handmade by women for women. You’ll feel the quality and care, with a top layer of soft organic cotton which sits against your skin, and fully lined leakproof PUL (waterproofing). An inner core of 3 layers of bamboo fleece, plus flannel and cotton jersey give you extra confidence, absorbency and all-day comfort. Our reusable sanitary pads bundle includes 3 reusable sanitary pads for heavy flow.
Pack of 3 large sanitary pads.
Top layer of 100% organic cotton jersey, designed to be smooth, soft and safe against your skin (100gsm).
- 1 layer of flannel (150gsm)
- 3 layers of natural unbleached antibacterial bamboo fleece (70% bamboo, 30% cotton for extra durability and super absorbency)
- 1 layer of PUL (waterproof)
- 1 layer of 100% quilting cotton
Pads fold up and snap-fasten. Pads can be clipped together for drying or storage.
- 17.5cm wide x 28cm long
- 8cm wide when worn and folded around underwear
- Designed for repeated use and with careful care can last up to 5 years
Instructions for Use
- Please wash before first use
- Place pad over the inside of your underwear, label facing down, organic cotton side sitting against your skin
- Wrap wings around the edges of your underwear and close snap-fasten to hold it in place.
- Change your pad when needed. On average every 4-6hrs
How to Wash
- For best results, soak in cold water overnight, add stain remover if required
- Hand or machine wash in cold water
- Reshape carefully by stretching and air dry, preferably in sunlight
- Bleach or strong detergents
- Tumble Dry
- Dry Clean
- Use fabric softener (it damages the absorbency of the fabric)
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