- Format: 1 protection and 1 individual storage pouch
- Color: Purple top, assorted prints pattern bottom and wing
- Protection: 67% hemp, 27% organic cotton, 6% food grade polyurethane
- Pouch: 78% organic cotton, 22% food safe polyurethane
- Packaging : FSC paper
- Made in Canada
Why use Öko-Pads?
Reduced number of leaks: Our hemp fleece is ultra-absorbent and each of our products has a breathable waterproof liner that prevents leaks.
Soft for the skin: The fabric that comes into contact with the skin is made of natural fibres that haven’t been bleached or dyed. The risks of irritation, allergy and infection are therefore reduced.
Reduced ecological footprint: It is estimated that each woman throws out 10,000 menstrual products in her lifetime. One Öko-Pad can last at least six
years. Think of the savings once you stop buying disposable menstrual products every month!
Comfort: The Öko-Pads are really comfortable due to their shape, lightness and softness. Moreover, since hemp has anti-bacterial properties, they reduce odors.
How do I care for my Öko-Pads?
Don’t forget to wash your Öko-Pads once before first use!
If you’re out of the house, fold up your used Öko-Pads and put them in your Dual Pocket Mini. When you get home, take them out right away. There are several ways to wash them:
The Lazy Bones Method:
Put your Öko-Pads in a laundry bucket or breathable bag. When you’re ready to wash them, put them in the washing machine for a short cold cycle, with laundry detergent and (optional) sodium percarbonate (chlorine-free stain remover, maximum 2 tbsp). Then do a regular wash cycle with cold water, adding your other laundry. To dry your Öko-Pads, you can put them in the dryer or hang dry (the sun is an excellent stain remover and is also antibacterial). Store in a clean and dry place. That’s it!
How can I avoid stains?
The natural colour of Öko’s eco-friendly textiles ensures a high level of hygiene. However, undyed textiles can stain easily. Here is how to reduce stains:
Mrs. White’s Method:
Soak your pads in cold water and add a non-chlorine stain remover (maximum 1 tbsp per 4 L of water) and/or laundry detergent. Soaking for one hour will greatly reduce stains. You can also leave a bucket of soapy water in your bathroom during your period. Put all your Öko-Pads in it. Change the water at least once a day. After a maximum of two days, wring out your pads and machine wash on a regular cold cycle.
Some other tips:
Do an extra rinse if you have very sensitive skin.
Hot water will make blood coagulate and stick to fabric. Always use cold water.
– Your Öko-Pads will get more absorbent after a few washes.
– Never use bleach or fabric softener: these products irritate the skin and will reduce the lifecycle of your pads.
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