So you’re thinking about using organic cotton menstrual products, but you’re nervous about making the switch. We can help you get started.
The first thing you should know is that it needn’t be all or nothing. You can use cloth pads when it’s convenient and stick to disposables when it isn’t. For instance, you might be more comfortable using cloth at home and disposables at work. Or maybe you like tampons or a cup for heavy flow days, but would like to use cloth for light flow days. Any arrangement that works for you is the best arrangement. Switching to cloth will not complicate your laundry routine. Your cloth pads can be washed with your regular laundry! The best way to switch is just to give it a try. If it suits you best to dive in, do that! If you’re a bit more cautious, you might decide to try it out for a day, or for just a few hours. Whatever works for you. Sckoon offers several deals to start you out with cloth menstrual pads.
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