Have a zero waste period with our reusable female care range. With products to look after you from period to pregnancy and the baby phase, we have you covered.

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Hemp Breast Pads


What are these?

Reusable breast pads - ideal for pregnant or nursing mothers.

What they are made from?

Hemp, bamboo and a breathable waterproof PUL layer. Approx 4 inches. 

Why are they fabulous?

Amazingly soft, reusable, comfortable and absorbent.. what more would you want from a breast pad?

How to care for them...

They're super simple to care for! Simply wash them in your normal laundry load and leave to dry naturally. 

These fabrics are liable to shrink when laundered by up to 10%. To minimise shrinkage wash cool and do not tumble dry. We also suggest you avoid fabric conditioner to maintain absorbency.

Interlabial Pads


What are these?

Choose from a single, set of 3 or 5 interlabial pads. Perfect if you are prone to the cough/laugh wee dribble or just want to direct your flow directly onto a pad.

What they are made from?

wicking hemp fabric and an absorbent, antibacterial bamboo core

Why are they fabulous?

environmentally friendly, plastic free, absorbent, wicking, comfortable interlabial pads. Fold or roll and place between labia, they are soft enough to be comfortable and pretty darn absorbent too!

How to care for them...

We suggest you soak in cold water prior to washing if stained then wash with a normal cool load and dry flat.

fabric is not prewashed so some shrinkage can be expected upon first wash, best not to use fabric conditioner, a) because they are pretty close to your delicates and b) because fabric conditioner can affect absorbency.

Reusable Menstrual Pad


What are these?

Reusable, washable, cloth menstrual pads

What are they made from?

Made from organic cotton, hemp & bamboo

These are now made with metal stud presses so your pad can be 100% plastic free.

Short: 9"

Medium: 10.5"

Long 12.5"

available in a variety of absorbency from pantyliner to heavy* flow 

(*heavy flow are lined with PUL - a breathable waterproof fabric that is not plastic free)

How to care for them..

Washing cloth pads isn't gross, for gently used pads, rinse and put them in with your regular laundry load. For heavily soaked pads, or to avoid staining, pre rinse in cold water (never hot) to wash out as much blood as possible then add to laundry. It is always best to not allow your pad to dry out before washing to minimise staining.

These are also suitable as incontinence pads.