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Reusable & washable sanitary pads (day pad - pack of 1)

Made by Eco Femme, a women-led social enterprise based out of Auroville. A reusable, 100% pure cotton fabric sanitary pad that is comfortable to wear with a soft flannel top layer and easy to wash and dry. It is GOTS certified, free from harmful chemicals and synthetics

-- A versatile pad sized between a night pad and day pad it offers good protection for the first days of the period and lighter flow nights
-- Back layer is made of cotton with leakproof PUL
-- Closes with one nickel-free metal push button 
What they are made of: The pads are made of organic cotton. The top of the pad is made of soft flannel cotton. The inside of the pad is made of ultra-absorbent cotton flannel. The back of the pad is made of a breathable PUL leakproof cover.
How they stay in place The pads have wings which fold around your underwear and are fastened with a press button below. 
How To Wash Cloth pads can be washed easily by hand or in the washing machine. The secret is to first soak the pads in cold water for 30 minutes before washing in up to a maximum of 40 degrees Celsius. Most of the blood comes out in the soaking process. After that, it’s just like washing your clothes
What to do with used pads Soiled pads can be stored by folding the two ends towards the middle, fastening the buttoned flaps and placing them in the carry pouch. This is a clean way to carry them home to be washed at your convenience.

As compared to the single-use pads, these are significantly more environmentally friendly. Even at the end of their life, they are biodegradable, unlike the plastic ones. Each pad can last for up to for 5-6 years. The 4 star rating is due to cotton which is a water thirsty crop. Otherwise, this is the most eco-friendly hygiene product in the market to date. 


5 out of 5 stars
By Priyanka on 4 June 2018
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"i have been using them since one year now,referred to five friends as well,so much of cost cutting plus saves the environment."