There are a variety of reasons women choose to use cloth pads. Health, comfort, money-savings, and environmental concerns generally top the list. As cloth pads have a very specific job to do and are something you wear next to your most intimate body parts, fabric selection is of utmost importance. In this article, we will explore the superior qualities of hemp textiles and why they are an excellent choice for cloth pads.
Are you having trouble deciding upon a cloth pad length to try? Do you find that your longer pads have a lot of unsaturated space and wonder if you really need all that length? Is your shorter pad uncomfortable? Does your pad always leak from a specific area? If you answered yes to any of the above, then this in depth discussion of cloth pad functionality as it relates to sizes is for you.
Making the switch to cloth may seem daunting to some. There are many reasons why. Some consider the thought of washing what they generally dispose of to be disgusting. Others think cloth is outdated and too inconvenient for today's fast-paced lifestyles. Many cite the initial cost of cloth products as their main issue with switching. So, let's take a closer look at these arguments and see if we cannot change the mindset behind them. I am going to mainly deal with cloth for menses but know the same principles apply to cloth for incontinence.
Are you tired of the never ending cost, hassle, and discomfort of disposable pads? Has your body said, "no more!" to the chemicals in those pads? Are you wanting an organic cloth pad that is comfortable, durable, and better for your health? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you've come to the right place.
Mom and Me Creations has specialized in making cloth pads from hemp-blended organic cotton fabrics since 2002. Our products have always been, and still are, home sewn.
We love combining unique textiles to fabricate innovative products. Our passion is to create durable and unique products that can last a decade or longer.
Our cloth pads are custom sewn to order with turnaround times of approximately seven working days. We have limited quantities of our pads in stock and ready to ship.
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Do you feel ambivalent about the approach your child's first cycle? I remember hoping Aunt Flow would hold off for as long as possible with my girls. Sadly, unlike me who didn't have to deal with Flow until age 18, they started menstruating in their very early teens. Using cloth pads was something they had grown up seeing me do, so it seemed natural enough to them to follow suit. Yet, there was certainly a learning curve for all of us in not only discussing menstruation, but also in the use of cloth pads. Here is what I have learned.