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JuJu Organic Reusable and Breathable Large Pad
GST Changes: As of Jan 1st 2019 menstrual products including reusable cloth pads, tampons, menstrual cups, disposable pads and period underwear are now GST Free so 10% cheaper to you. We have already adjusted our pricing to accommodate this change.
JuJu cotton cloth pads have been lovingly made by hand from soft cotton. They are a fantastic eco-friendly alternative to disposable pads and are available in pure or organic cotton.
- Made from soft unbleached cotton - no fragrances, formaldehyde, dioxins or absorption agents that often cause irritation
- Waterproof PUL layer to prevent leaking
- Designed to comfortably sit close to the body to avoid bunching up
- Dual snaps on Mini, Regular, Large and Night pads allow you to adjust the size of the pad according to your underwear gusset size
- Suitable for menstruation, light bladder leakage (LBL) and incontinence
JuJu is an Australian business whose core mission is to encourage individuals to embrace their monthly menstruation as a sign of fertility and health and provide them with a healthier, greener and more cost effective alternative to disposable pads and tampons. JuJu was approved for sale by the Therapeutic Goods Administration of Australia (TGA) in February 2011.
Before your period Pre-wash your pad by hand or machine before using for the first time.
During your period
Pre-rinse your pad in cold water until the water runs clear or leave it to soak overnight. You can machine or hand wash your pad.
- Hand wash: Hand wash with detergent in warm water
- Machine wash: Add to your next machine wash on a gentle, warm wash cycle Hang your pad on the line, in the sun if possible.
After your period
Some staining is normal due to the absorbent nature of the natural cotton fibers and should not be cause for concern. For heavy or stubborn stains, try rubbing bicarb soda with a little water on the stain. This can be done every couple of months or more frequently if you suffer from yeast infections.
Wash your pad with a small amount of any of the following;
- white vinegar
- apple cider vinegar
- tea tree oil
- eucalyptus oil
Thoroughly rinse your pad and line dry
Great SwapBy: Brooklyn on 2 March 2019I've been really interested in trying reusable period products for a while now. I decided to buy this pad and see how it went so I could decide if I wanted to invest in more. I was thrilled that it was delivered while I was still on my period so I could test it out right away. Putting it on, I was a little worried about how well it was going to stay or if it was going to be obvious that I was wearing a pad but I wore a pair of leggings that day and I couldn't see it at all. I was super impressed with the absorption, especially since my pet peeve about disposable pads is how the blood can just sit on top without actually being absorbed. I didn't feel gross like I worried I would, there was no odor that sometimes comes with disposable pads. The biggest moment of truth however, came when it was time to wash it. I took it off and rinsed it with cold water then folded it up and let it sit until I had time to give it a proper wash in warm soapy water. At this point, I thought it would be stained which wasn't a huge bother to me but it definitely wasn't ideal. However, I put it in a sink with some warm water and washing liquid and it came up perfectly clean. It dried overnight and I was able to use it again in the morning with no problems at all. I will definitely be investing in some more of these and I can't wait to build up enough of a collection to stop using disposables all together. This is such a good swap to make.
Comfy and absorbentBy: marita on 12 February 2019I really like these. Comfy and they seem to stay in place unlike some others I've tried.
Perfect pad.By: Hester O on 16 October 2017I like the juju better than hannapads simply because they are coloured on the side the blood falls. It's just practical given that any white surface is inevitably going to discolour. And I love this pad particularly as it didn't let the unexpected heaviest period ever leak on to my linen.