Reusable Menstrual Pads - Why We Love Them!
Our Reusable Cotton and Bamboo Menstrual Pads are the ultimate eco-friendly, plastic-free, reusable menstrual pad. Feel like your zero-waste lifestyle is falling short when it comes to your period? Don't worry, we've got you covered.
Why choose reusable?
We may not always think of it (hey, we have enough to worry about on our periods) but our periods can produce huge amounts of plastic waste that ends up in landfill and, turns out, it really adds up:
The average person who bleeds uses 4 plastic, single use pads a day on average.
The average period lasts for approximately 5 days
Thats 240 single use, plastic pads going into landfill each year!
One of our pads, if taken care of, can last for years.
So, let's say that your Tabitha Eve Reusable Menstrual Pad lasts for 3 years, you would save 720 plastic pads from landfill.
Our pads can save you money too! A pack of 22 we found cost £2.85, for example, and one of our long pads is £9.95.
So one pad could save you almost £140 each year!
Why We Love Our Pads!
Take those 1152 pads off your conscience and go for one of our reusable pads. Ours are zero-waste, plastic-free and even biodegradable!
Yep, these pads have a new and improved design which has removed all plastic so they're made from all plant-based, vegan, plastic-free materials. These fabulous pads are Cotton and Bamboo with metal stud presses so your pad can be 100% plastic-free. Our pads are vegan, cruelty-free and ethically handmade in our studio in South Wales, in the UK.
This new design also features an even softer cotton pad and better fitting wings for absolute period peace of mind!
Our pads are available in Short, Midi and Long
And come in 3 fabulous new prints - monstera, flamingo and our special edition International Women's Day pattern.
How to care for your reusable, plastic-free pads:
We would recommend always washing before first use.
Washing cloth pads isn't gross, no matter what we've been told to believe about our periods. After all, Maia Schwartz said it the best:
'Menstruation is the only blood that is not born from violence, yet it's the one that disgusts you the most' - Maia Schwartz
To care for your pads, rinse in cold water (never hot) as soon as possible after use to wash out excess blood, then add to laundry. It is always best to not allow your pad to dry out before washing to minimise staining.
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