I ordered 2 regular cloth pads, 1 panty liner, 1 sample cloth tampon set and 2 small infralabial pads. Cost: I paid (before shipping) $17.42, which I felt was pretty reasonable. I did buy some pad that were on clearance (seconds) and there was a coupon code at the time that saved me a little bit […]
I ordered 3 of the 6-inch moderate pads. *Also pictured is an 8-inch that I purchased after this post was written. Cost: I paid (before shipping) $10.65. I did use a coupon code that I found on the Instagram account. Be sure to follow The Wittle Whale for your code! The cost of the pads […]
Last week, I shared what you’ve always wanted to know about cloth pads, reviewed some cloth pad companies and showed how much you can save by switching to reusable options. If you aren’t into the idea of using cloth pads, there are still many other options for you! Menstrual Panties Have you heard about menstrual […]
Luna Pads Luna Pads has a unique 2-part system. Instead of changing the pad throughout the day, you simply change the insert. I cannot review this type as I have not tried it (yet). I ordered: The sample liner option. Cost: The normal cost for liners starts out at $11.99. Wide pads start out at […]
GladRags GladRags has a 3-part system. You can essential make the pad be as absorbent as you would like. Each insert would add some additional bulk to the pad but also would add significant protection. I ordered: The sample liner option. Cost: The normal cost for liners starts out at $12.49. Day pads start out […]
Figures below are estimates, your amounts may be a little more or a little less. I’m going to call her Eve because I don’t like not naming things or people, even hypothetical ones. On average, a young woman can expect to start her period around age 12. Let’s say she enters menopause at age 52. […]
Learn what I think about the cloth pad company “Party In My Pants (PIMP) Pads”. Plus, a coupon code for 10% off!
If you are anything like me, the first time you heard about cloth pads, you thought “Ew, gross. I will NEVER do that.” Find out what you’ve always wanted to know about cloth pads but didn’t know who to ask.
A large part of the focus this month will be on menstrual health. Having endometriosis and adenomyosis is one of the biggest reasons I made the switch to natural menstrual products. I did a lot of research and found that several women reported that by stopping the use of chemical filled disposable products, their cramps were lessened. I figured it was worth a shot and jumped in. I am so glad I did.
We’ve talked about what laundry detergent is free of toxins. We’ve talked about fabric softener alternatives. But, I haven’t mentioned the toxic affect laundry can have on your mental state. I may be being a little dramatic but seriously, laundry can take over your home if you don’t stop it. Am I the only one […]