Gladrags Reusable Menstrual Pad Nighttime 1 Pack |
in case you would likeGladrags Reusable Menstrual Pad Nighttime 1 Pack,
(50 customer reviews)
- Amazon Sales Rank: #46254 in Health and Beauty
- Size: Night Pad
- Brand: Glad Rags
- Ingredients: 100% Cotton.
- Dimensions: 1.05" h x 3.06" w x 5.00" l, .10 pounds
Gladrags Reusable Menstrual Pad Nighttime 1 Pack Description
GladRags Night Pads consist of a holder and two inserts, and have an additional layer of ultra-absorbent cotton terrycloth, plus extra coverage in the front and back. Wear this breathable, all-cotton pad at night while you sleep, on heavy flow days, or during postpartum recovery, for the ultimate in leak Sleep a little easier with the maximum protection and comfort of GladRags Night Pads Approximately 14" long and 3" wide at the middle
- Made to last for years
- Protect your body naturally with breathable cotton
- Great for women with allergies or chemical sensitivities
- Safe · Simple · Smart Periods
Related Search of Gladrags Reusable Menstrual Pad Nighttime 1 Pack
- Frequently Asked Questions About GladRags Menstrual Cups
GladRags Cloth Pad Questions Q. What is the complete GladRags Product line? GladRags Pantyliner: The GladRags Pantyliner is great for light days or those days when
- GladRags Cloth Day Pads - Comfortable, Safe & Earth
GladRags Day Pads are made in USA and are perfect for daytime use. With adjustable absorbency enjoy full protection without the irritation of disposable pads.
- Making the Switch to Reusable Menstrual Products | Natural
If you’ve been thinking it’s gross to handle the blood in reusable products, remember that “disposable” products are not disappearing products.
- Make Your Own Cloth Pads! - Keeper of the Home
Cloth pads are something I’ve written about several times before (here and here). Not only are they healthier to use (avoiding toxic chemicals in regular pads and
- sew green: Cloth pads - blogspot.com
ms. pea said Nichola, thanks for posting this! I am a devotee of the cloth pad since I gave up evil (made from TREES!) tampons back in grad school.
- The Locker Room | MEN in Menstruation
Looking at my search results on how people arrived in my page, thought I’d post up a page dedicated to the items that I’ve experimented with.
- Sea Pearls (menstrual sponges): a review | Raising My Boychick
Warning: This post contains explicit descriptions of internal menstrual products and the use thereof, cervical and menstrual fluids, and my sex life.
- No Tampons, No Diva Cup, No Problem: Two Earth-Friendly
OMFG, yes! I changed to cloth pads a few months ago (and wrote about it) and I love them so much. I tried a menstrual cup and it’s just not for me, but washable
- Green Your Period - Healthy Tipping Point
I have some cloth pads and wear them if I’m just hanging around the house or sleeping. I figure I use cloth towels instead of paper, and flannel tissues instead of
- Plastic-free Feminine Hygiene. It had to happen
i cant use internal products, at least tampons and cups do not agree with me. but i did try the cloth pads and lets just say they are fantastic.