Did you know that you can wear a cloth pad on top of period underwear? It's actually a great combination we would recommend if you've got one or the either reusable period care products. Find out the 6 top reasons cloth pad and period underwear should be worn together.
Experiencing light bladder leakage (LBL) is incredibly common, especially for females! Women actually make up a staggering 80% of people who report living with incontinence. You probably guessed it - pregnancy and childbirth-are well known associated factors of LBL.
An essential item on a hospital bag packing list for mummies to include is a pack of maternity disposable pads. Many mothers consider the benefits of cloth nappies for their babies but don’t necessarily think about reusable products for themselves. Why? Think about it, your nether region will be going through a lot and to recover well, you should only use the most natural and organic against your skin.
Whether you’re brand new to menstrual cups and period undies, or a long-time lover of all-things sustainable period products, there’s a case to be made for the benefit of using reusable liners and pads in combination with your preferred sustainable product.
Let’s normalise talking about periods, sharing menstruation experiences and celebrating our wonderful bodies – starting with double tapping on these taboo-tackling accounts.
Ever wondered what the difference is between PUL and TPU fabric? The main difference between PUL and TPU is that PUL is a type of plastic that uses chemicals in production, whereas TPU is bonded using heat rather than chemicals.
You know that reusable pads and menstrual cups are better for the environment and even safer for you (if you missed that, read more about the harmful toxins in disposable pads here and the benefits of certified organic cotton here) but what about your pocket? How much will switching to a greener alternative save you in the long run?
Saying goodbye to 2020, or welcoming in the new year with a trip? Your commitment to using less plastic and contributing less waste doesn’t need to take a backseat while you travel on your period. Let’s take a look at some of your options and the perks of choosing reusable alternatives when you’re on the go.
Christmas is just around the corner, which we all know means food, food, and more food! If your flow is going to start around the holidays, it’s a good idea to know which foods to stay clear of on the dinner table – as they could worsen the symptoms of your period – and which foods will keep you hydrated, less bloated and restore essential nutrients so you have more energy to enjoy time with friends and family.