Your daughter is growing up, and it's time to have a talk with her
All these products are designed with the needs of teens in mind so they will feel comfortable talking with you about puberty or anything else they may have questions about. This kit was made just for girls like yours who need some extra support from their parents before starting their periods!
We've included our best selling organic cotton sanitary pad in teen size (with wings), two delicious treats - one for each week of their first cycle - plus an all-natural deodorant stick made without aluminum or parabens so they can smell fresh every day. we've added some luxurious bath bombs like pampering yourself with bubbles in the tub.
All these goodies are delivered right at their doorsteps so they don't even have to leave home if they don't want to
100% organic cotton that is soft on the skin
Great introduction to puberty and hygiene
This bundle is a great gift idea for any teen girl
Our pads are waterproof, so they can hold up to even the heaviest flow without leaking or staining your clothes.
The soft, leak proof material will keep your daughter feeling dry and comfortable during her first period.
No need to worry about shopping around for these items yourself since they're all included in this bundle. Plus, we'll send you a free guide on how to talk with your daughter about puberty so there are no surprises down the road.
At Baba Me, we are all about period positivity. We believe it is important to have these conversations with your children, and to have them early. We have sold menstrual products for over a decade, and our wealth of knowledge and experience tells us that it's a lack of information, not the thought of puberty itself, which often leaves young people fretting. In fact, puberty is an exciting time and something to be celebrated. Place your order now to purchase this bundle for your daughter today! She'll be ready when her first period comes around - all thanks to you!
1. What age group is this product suitable for?
This depends entirely on the child. On average, menstruation will commence somewhere between age 8-13years, with the age of onset for mum being indicative of when her daughter may have her first period. We would recommend having a chat with your daughter when you first see the signs, as there is no such thing as too early! You can always let them have their chocolate and bath bombs now, and stow the other items away safely until needed ;)
2. What is the best way to wash menstrual pads?
There are a few ways to do this but the good news is that either way your machine does nearly all of the work! Some of our customers like to wash their pads alone, doing a quick wash followed by a 40-60 degree wash. However its perfectly fine to wash alongside towels or other clothes, we would just recommend running an initial rinse with just the pads.
3. Are cloth pads as hygienic as disposables?
Absolutely! In fact, many of our customers report feeling much fresher using cloth pads since they are more breathable than disposables, which can make you feel sweaty!
4. Are cloth pads suitable for children and teenagers?
With the range of pretty prints available, and also the fact that these don't include chemicals or plastics, we think these are perfectly suitable for young people! By the nature of the product, cloth pad users tend to also be more positive about periods too, and that can only be a good thing.
5. I've heard that deodorants aren't safe or good for our health, is this deodorant safe for my child?
You've probably heard concerns about anti perspirants, this is because anti perspirants work to stop sweating, which is an important and natural process for the body. Our deodorants do not do this, they work with your body, helping to neutralise any odour. We believe that a natural deodorant is important for sensitive young skin. These deodorant sticks are particularly popular for young people as they more closely resemble traditional deodorants, and are perfect for gym bags etc. By skipping chemical laden anti perspirants, you also prevent the need for an armpit detox in the future.
6. My child is only 10 years old, won't a conversation about periods scare her?
It's completely natural for parents to have this concern, however, in reality, it is lack of information that can leave children really afraid. It would be much more scary for a child to commence menstruation not knowing what it was, or to hear from friends about bleeding and visualise floods! The truth and a healthy, open conversation can really help them get rid of any concerns they may have.