hannahpad Organic Medium Pad - Antique Pink (1 Pad)
Reusable Washable Sanitary Pad
Medium Size and Absorption
Organic Cotton with a Patterned Waterproof Layer
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hannahpad Certified Organic Washable Medium Pad (1 Pack), available online at Flora & Fauna
Environmentally friendly, cost-effective and pretty are what we use to describe hannahpad. hannahpads washable, reusable sanitary pads are a perfect way to rethink how you manage your menstrual period each month. hannahpad offers an alternative to using traditional methods which often end up in landfill.
These pads are certified organic, come with a 100% organic cotton top layer, internal organic cotton layers and an external waterproof coating. They come with wings to snap underneath your underwear and stay in place. This construct is designed to prevent leakage. Available in panty liners, small, medium, overnight, ultra overnight and super ultra overnight we have pads to cover every stage of the month. And they are available in beautiful patterns to make each month fun!
If you aren't sure if you'll like these we suggest starting with a panty liner to see if they agree with you.
Medium: 27cm(L) X 18cm(W), 28g
Only available to be sold in Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands (Excludes US Territories) and the Middle East. We cannot ship hannahpads to other countries due to licensing restrictions.
- Place your hannahpad over the inside of your underwear.
- Fold the wings over the outside of your underwear and secure using the plastic snap fastener.
How to Wash
- Place used hannahpad under running cold water.
- Add environmentally friendly washing detergent onto the pad and run it.
- Fold it in half and soak in cold water 3hrs to 12 hrs.
- Machine wash in cold water. Hand wash recommended.
100% organic cotton top layer, internal organic cotton layers and an external waterproof coating
Hmmm?By: Kathy on 11 May 2018The thought of this kinda made me feel a bit yucky, there is something reassuring about just throwing out a pad. Initially, I found that it moved a bit, didn't feel very secure and I thought about taking it off and getting back to the throwaway ones but I persisted and it settled and I stopped feeling it and got on with things. Worked well and washed well, not confident to use it outside or for a work day yet but small steps. I know that they will last a while but I still feel that they are a little expensive, I guess that's what you get with a new idea but will probably put me off buying them too quickly to get enough together, unfortunate.
HannahpadsBy: Leanne Schultz on 16 April 2018Love these cloth pads. Comfortable easy to care for best cloth pads I’ve tried.
Hannahpad linerBy: Ruth Bartlett-Taylor on 1 December 2017These liners are great quality. I have already saved a box of disposable liners so I should make my money back very quickly. Very happy with them. And so pretty!
Fantastic ProductBy: Laura on 23 November 2017Super cute. Super comfortable. Best reusable pad I've used in a long time. NOT BULKY. Easy to remove stains. Will try some of their other range.
I will never use disposables againBy: Anonymous on 21 November 2017So I bought some medium (and a few overnight) Hannahpads as part of my mission to reduce the chemicals I'm exposing my body to, and the impact I'm having on the environment. First up Hannahpads are made from organic cotton that isn't dyed or bleached which fixes the problem of exposure to chemicals in disposables. Secondly, Hannahpads are re-usable which means I'm not throwing disposable products in the bin that can take hundreds of years to decompose. I was a little apprehensive about the washing part, but I've discovered that I had no reason to be. It is super easy, even if you're a tad lazy like me. Before I go to bed, I simply give the pads a rinse in cold water, a little bit of a scrub with the probiotic soap and put them in a bucket of cold water to soak overnight. Then in the morning, I hand wash the pads in a bucket of cold water and Abode natural laundry liquid, give them a rinse and pop them in the sun to dry for the day. I can't comment on the longevity of the pads as I haven't had them long enough, but so far so good. Before I bought mine I read reviews where people said that they would forget they were even wearing a pad and I couldn't understand how that was ever possible. But I can now say that I've forgotten that I'm wearing one at times, probably because its made of soft cotton like underwear, its thin (but not too thin), dry and breathable. No leakage issues yet. And a bonus is that you don't get 'that' smell that you get with disposables. At the end of the day I would recommend these to any woman. Either do it for yourself (a bit of research has been done into the potential effects of exposing ourselves to the chemicals and bleach in disposables, and they're just so much more comfortable) or do it for the environment :)