Hannahpad Reusable Cloth Pad Small x 2 Pack
Small with extra grip feature is perfect for light spotting days and catching cervical fluid/vaginal discharge, or as a menstrual cup back up.
The difference between Pantyliner and Small is the number of cotton layers (absorbency). Pantyliner has 2 internal layers and Small Pad has 4 internal layers.
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Hannahpad is made from certified organic cotton that does not contain chemicals such as bleach, dioxin, fragrances and formaldehyde which makes it safe to sit against your delicate skin and is great for constructing the absorption layers in the core of the pad that will not leak with correct use. It is also washable and reusable – meaning less waste in landfills and waterways, healthier on your body and is a cost-effective solution that saves money in the long run.
All the cotton used in the production of the pads are certified by the Control Union, a globally recognised inspection facility. The outer layer has a special TPU coating on the inside to prevent leaks. TPU is the safest product to use due to it being the same grade TPU that is used for medical devices in hospitals.
How to use and care for hannapad
Note: Cloth pads must be dried completely before storing away. Drying time is generally 24 -48 hours, longer during winter months.
If you haven’t yet tried reusable menstrual products that are safe for your body and the environment challenge yourself to give them a go.
Almost 4.2 million Australian women aged between 14-54 would have purchased menstrual products (tampons, sanitary pads, panty liners) in the last month. You can only imagine the amount of waste these disposable options will produce in a year (~45,000 tonnes) from women with regular menstrual cycles.
Disposable tampons and pads can take hundreds of years to decompose and the toxic chemicals released into the earth and air is harmful on the environment, animals and humans. This is not only an Australian issue but a worldwide concern that should be taken seriously. Hannahpads have a lifespan of 2-3 years or longer depending on personal use and care. In comparison to disposables, the organic cotton material can take about 12 months to biodegrade and compost.