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Reusable Menstrual pads

 

Reusable Menstrual pads

The common problems caused due to the use of the disposable pads range from itches to rashes to the pain of adhesive sticking to skins and much more. Also every month women have to invest in what they are going to dispose and repurchase in the next month. The disposable pads are a constant expense. The increased litter also has a negative impact on our environment. The use of the tampons is risky as it can lead to infections. Even after removing a tampon it can leave behind traces of fiber that might contain the infection.

One option when it comes to an alternative to tampons are the use of the reusable menstrual pads. These pads are often manufactured from the softer fabrics and materials like hemp, cotton flannel, fleece etc. These pads too come in various sizes and styles and are effective in managing the menstrual flow. One of the best attributes of these reusable menstrual pads is that they reduce the cost of buying the hygiene products considerably. These pads can be used several times after being washed and sanitized.

Some companies also offer reusable pads along with the built in panties that add to the ease of use of this product. Just like the traditional pads these too are easy to buy and can be bought from stores dealing in the female hygiene products. There are countless stores on the World Wide Web that also feature a comprehensive range of the reusable menstrual pads where one can place their orders and delivered at their specified addresses without any hassle.




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