We know that on different days you might wish to use an alternative form of Menstrual protection, or that some ladies prefer to use a combination of a cup and cloth pads so we have created a starter bundle to suit these times.
Our 'Lucky Dip' prints bundle will be a mixed selection of prints from the collection of cloth pads on our website - photo’s shown are a typical bundle but are likely to vary if you would like a particular print, please message us at the time of ordering.
What you get;
- Award Winning 'Organicup' Menstural Cup - up to 12 hours leak proof protection. Made with the highest grade and certified Silicone, the 'Organicup' comes with a storage pouch and full instructions on how to use. Using a cup is a game-changer for many women. See our blog for more information on how to use a menstrual cup for the first time - www.soulgoodstuff.com/blog.
- 1 x 7" Liner Pad for light flow or daily use
- 1 x 9" Cloth Sanitary Pad (Regular)
- 1 x 11" Cloth Sanitary Pad (Heavy)
- 1 x Wet Bag for storing pads when out and about (style may vary)
Cloth Pads are kind to you and kind to the environment - washable and reusable they provide a fabulous alternative to disposable plastic based sanitary pads and tampons which can be known to irritate your intimate area, are often full of unnecessary chemicals and go straight to landfill.
The washable pads we buy from Pretty Period are gorgeously soft, fleece backed with a water resistant fleece, and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Cloth pads are designed to last you for years to come meaning that they also save you money in the long run. The width of the pads are 2.5" when snapped and are designed to be worn around underwear with the 'pretty' side up. The absorbent core extends all the way to the edges giving you more coverage and they do not bunch in the middle when worn.
The protection from washable pads is often over and above the protection provided by disposables whilst still allowing skin to breathe.
Care Instructions for Cloth Pads
It is advised to change a cloth sanitary pad as frequently as you usually would whilst wearing a disposable pad.
To clean, rinse in cold water until the pad runs clear. Use stain treatment if needed, and either pop in a bucket until end of cycle or pop them in a normal wash and dry ready to use again next time. As the there is no PUL (plastic) in the pads, they are safe to be dried in the tumble dryer if this is convenient.
Our supplier uses off cuts of materials from a clothing manufacturer to effectively reuse waste material so each of our pads are limited edition and may not remain in stock for long.
Check out the 'frequently asked questions' blog on Cloth Sanitary Pads or get in touch if you have any questions - www.soulgoodstuff.com/blog
Care Instructions for Menstrual Cup
Sterilise the cup before your cycle by boiling in a pan of water for at least five minutes. Rinse cup in cold running water to empty (it is recommended to empty your cup at least every 12 hours) , then sterilise cup at the end of your cycle.
Free of plastic packaging.