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Wash & Care Tips For Washable Menstrual Pads

Wash & Care Tips For Washable Menstrual Pads

Wash and care instructions for your washable cloth menstrual pads. We have compiled our top tips for keeping your pads in tip top condition.

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Tweens, Teens and Period Underwear

Tweens, Teens and Period Underwear

Are period underwear, suitable for tweens or teens? This is the most common question we get asked and the answer is YES!! Period Underwear For Teens Teens love the confidence and security of period underwear. These are ideal to use on their own or as a back up to menstrual cups, pads or tampons. A lot of teens will fit women's size period underwear. However some brands like Modi Bodi cater for very small tweens and come in sizes 2XS upwards. Love Luna have a lovely style which starts at size 6-8 girls. We highly recommend them especially when starting...

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Absorbency Comparison Guide ~ Reusable vs Disposable Menstrual Products

Absorbency Comparison Guide ~ Reusable vs Disposable Menstrual Products

Absorbency Comparison Chart We have put together a handy guide for various menstrual products that we currently stock with an approximate ml each product will hold. This guide will be updated as we add new product ranges. We have included tampons and disposable pads as we often get asked how reusable options compare to disposables.   Tampons Light Tampon Absorbs 3ml Regular Tampon Absorbs 5ml Super Tampon Absorbs 10ml   Disposable Pads Light Pad Absorbs 3ml Regular Pad Absorbs 5ml Super Pad Absorbs 10ml   Washable Cloth Pads Light Flow Cloth Pad Absorbs 5-7ml Moderate Flow Cloth Pad Absorbs 10ml Heavy...

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Reusables verses Disposables

Reusables verses Disposables

Reusable Cloth Costs verses disposables The financial cost of periods is significant across a woman’s lifetime. For those on tighter incomes, the monthly cost can be a huge expense, and for girls and women in poverty, they often forgo protection for other living costs. So, what is the cost of protection? The cheapest pads can be bought for about $2.50 per box (the most expensive are upwards of $8). The cheapest tampons cost around $3.50 and up to $10. On average, a woman will bleed from age 13 until 51. However, girls are increasingly beginning menstrual earlier (by 12) and...

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