Eco Femme Cloth Pad Starter Bundle (Save 10%)
- 1 x Eco Femme Reusable Cloth Pantyliner (3-pack)
- 1 x Eco Femme Reusable Cloth Day Pad
- 1 x Eco Femme Reusable Cloth Night Pad
With every purchase of an Eco Femme pad, you also buy 1 pad for an Indian adolescent girl through Eco Femme's Pad for Pad program.
- 100% organic unbleached Indian cotton
- Stitched in one piece
- Top layer: cotton flannel
- Inner layers: Multi layers cotton flannel
- Back layer: cotton with leakproof PUL
- Closes with one nickel-free metal push button
The Period Co. 2% Give Back
We have proudly partnered with Go With The Flow to give 2% of our total online sales in-kind to their cause. These menstrual healthcare products will be distributed to beneficiaries under accredited social service agencies.
Go With The Flow (GWTF) is a local charity that aims to provide better access to menstrual healthcare for Singapore's low-income communities, through donation and distribution of menstrual necessities.
Eco Femme is a women-led social enterprise founded in 2010. Based in Tamil Nadu, India, their goal is to create environmental and social change through revitalising menstrual practices that are healthy, environmentally sustainable, culturally responsive and empowering.
Pad for Pad Program
Pad for Pad connects customers and adolescent girls in India through the shared experience of menstruation, respect for our bodies, and love for the earth. When people around the world choose to use Eco Femme's cloth pads, their purchase ensures that other girls, who might not otherwise be able to, get to access clean, alternative menstrual products and answers to their questions. It’s an idea we like to call ‘eco-sisterhood.’
Pad for Sisters
Eco Femme provides cloth pads in bulk at a subsidised price which reflects willingness of Women Self Help Group members to pay (based on research and market trials). Alternatively for organizations or clubs interesting in sponsoring cloth pads for people who otherwise could not afford the products, they offer bulk rate discounts.
Pros - Thick with minimal leakage (tip is to probably wear a snug fitting underwear) - Comfortable (much more than disposable ones) - Reduce waste and also economical in the long run Cons - Stains can be pretty difficult to wash off: now I tend to soak it with soap overnight - Material can fray quite badly, so try to avoid scrubbing it too much when washing (it's not the scrubbing that gets the blood off anw)
Love them. I have heavy periods and work long shift hours - occasionally I may not have time to change pads if it gets real busy. I was worried I might overflow as I sometimes do with long disposable pads but not a problem for these! (I use the overnight pads for long shifts) They’re comfortable and I don’t get the skin irritation I might get if I had a disposable pad on for too long. Not to mention I don’t make crinkly-noises like I’m wearing a diaper when I move. Washing has been ok too! I usually let it soak a bit in some cold water then rinse/wash a bit by hand to get the bulk of blood out before chucking them into the machine. Really glad to have found a Sg based company to purchase from. Will be getting more and recommending to friends!
The pads are soft and comfortable. They don't absorb very well on the first use (as mentioned in the product details), but after a few washes they do work well. Glad to have found reusable period products for a nice bundle set.
The products work well, are easy to use and are pretty! They have a little snap clip that secures them on the underwear which makes it very easy to attach.
Sanitary pads are definitely expensive to say the very least. So imagine the joy when I discover these cloth pads for the first time! It’s durable and hygienic that I don’t think I can ever go back to disposable pads again.