Little Lamb Cloth Sanitary Pads are a great way to reduce your environmental impact while managing your monthly cycle. No matter what stage of life you’re in or how heavy your flow is, this pad can make you feel confident knowing that the cloth pads are made from the highest quality materials and have been tested to ensure they’re safe for use during your period.
Super absorbent layer with clever micro fleece
Sof and comfortable. Ideal for medium flow.
Save money by using these reusable sanitary pad liners
Your little extra protection during that time of month!
Little lamb cloth sanitary pads are made of bamboo and micro fleece, which quickly wicks away moisture and leaves you feeling fresher for longer hich allows your skin to breathe while protecting your underwear. They're suitable for medium flow and as a daily panty liner.The pads measures 23 x 7cm (excludes wings).
Little Lamb is a leading UK nappy retailer, selling stylish and environmentally-conscious cloth nappies. Little Lamb was one of the first companies to sell cloth nappies online back in 1999 when people were still new to shopping on the internet. We have been providing families with functional, reliable, and easy-to-use products since 1989.
1. How often should I change my reusable pad?
If you're using a reusable pad, you might want to change it after 4-8 hours, depending on how heavy your flow is.
2. What is the care instructions?
Rinse after every use and store in a wet bag.We recommend washing on a warm (40 degree) wash within 48 hours and use a non-bio powder.Bio powders and liquids can corrode the natural fibres and this will effect the absorbency. Do not use fabric softener.You can wash your pads with other items of the same colours, especially if you have rinsed the pad because most of the blood will have already washed away. Washing the pads with other items means you are saving energy.
4. What are the benefits of reusable pads versus disposable pads?
Reusable menstrual pads are better for the environment because they can be washed and used time after time. Disposable ones come with a whole host of chemical problems, from production to disposal