JuJu Reusable Organic Cloth Pad - Night
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JuJu Organic Reusable and Breathable Night 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
The cardboard box can usually be recycled in kerbside recycling or composted. Check with your local council if they will take it and what criteria they have for recycling it. See our recycling 101 blog post for more information.
Thanks for disposing responsibly.