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Cloth Menstrual Pads - British Made - 3 pack
- Bamboo supersoftness next to the skin with a waterproof layer
- Adjustable popper fastening for comfortable wear
- Clips together when used for easy storage when out and about
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This is a british made pad and has a supersoft bamboo layer next to the skn and a lovely patterned waterproof layer for security of leakage. These pads come in a pack of 3 and the patterns will vary. When used you can fold the pad neatly and clip together with the poppers to create a waterproof, easily storable neat rectangle, which can be popped in to your handbag in a storage bag, (plastic make up bags work well), for when you are out and about. Ma Petite Chou pads are made using up-cycled fabric, making each pad limited edition, so if you see a print you like catch it quickly as we may not have many more!
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Top Customer Reviews
It has never leaked.
Listen, I have a seriously heavy flow. It's like there's a massacre happening in my uterus every month rather than a simple biological process. I switched to cloth pads because I couldn't get more then an hour or two hours out of disposables without bleeding through the pad and whatever I might be wearing. Even using a menstrual cup and cloth pads simultaneously, I have had problems.
Not with these.
I don't know what the makers have done to these, but despite their thinness, they just refuse to slip out of place or leak! I even wore one cupless for around 5 hours at the peak of my flow when I went on a picknic that ran long, and it was fine! For me, that is a HUGE deal. They also machine wash perfectly, and can roll up very small for easy carrying. I basically worship these pads during my period. I am a convert, and you should be too. Just one word of advice - Wash them at least twice before you wear them to avoid the chlorine-menstruation smell of disposable pads, as the towelly bit seems to have been bleached at some point.
I cannot get on with these pads.
The absorbency is great for what I need, its the shape material and lack of structure to the pad that I don't like.
When fastened to my panties, even on the first press stud of the wings (the press studded part of the diamond-esque shape) just hangs far too loose. Because there is no padding/ structure to the gusset of these pads and that the material is just cotton instead of flannel or a fabric that creates friction the pad slides, scrunches up, twists and moves around a lot creating issues and an uncomfortable feel when sitting. Because of this feeling, I don't feel comfortable or confident to wear these pads.
If I may make a suggestion...
Home work needs to be done and measurements need to be made of the gusset in ladies Panties. then the wings need to represent the average.
A slight padding to the gusset is needed to prevent twisting and creasing.
The material that sits next to the panty needs to have some sort of friction as there is no glue holding these pads in place.
In addition to this I have very sensitive skin due to my eczema. Before I started using the cloth pads, I use to get skin rashes. Now I don't get any rashes.
Regarding the cleaning, I soak the pads in bio washing liquids for overnight before putting them to washing machine at a low temperature with non bio washing liquid and this method works for me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've tried only two brands, but I ended up using only this so I bought them twice.
I've never had any problem with disposable pads, but the other cloth pads brand I tried made... Read more
Excellent products & fantastic customer service. Cannot recommend enough !Published 1 month ago by ny20005
I have quite severe reactions to paper based sanitary products, I think it's either the paper bleach or glue. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amanda D
These are awesome. Just wore one for 9 hours without any sign of leaking, so much more comfortable and no more adding to landfill! Why didn't I do this sooner??Published 3 months ago by Maia Snow
I chose these particullarly because they are made in England and use upcycled fabrics. They are very pretty and soft, however they bulk up a bit at the back because they fit a bit... Read morePublished 4 months ago by G
I use these along with a diva cup and it works really. No leaks and very comfortable. I also like the patterned fabric.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
They absorb well, seem to stay in place, not to mention so much more comfortable than disposable pads.
Really cute design, and money saving. Read more