Reusable Period Pads - Small Flow
Reusable Period Pads - Small Flow
We can’t promise pain-free periods but can guarantee that our best-selling Reusable Period Pads are easy to wash, very absorbent, and excellent against leaks. And over a year you’ll be saving around 100 towels or tampons from going in the bin.
The pads are made from three layers: closest to the skin is a super-soft fleece layer which wicks the blood into the middle absorbent layer, and the bottom is waterproof and breathable. Poppers keep the pad firmly in place, preventing any movement.
These pads will probably annoy you as you’ll wonder why you didn’t switch to reusables earlier!
“Amazing! I mean what more could you ask for. Great coverage, absorbent, comfortable and wash really well. I wouldn't choose any other”. Kym W, UK
Staggeringly, over 3 million period products are put into the bin every day in the UK. Let’s tackle this number together.
The Small Flow reusable period pad is 19 x 17cm
Pre-wash your reusable period pads a couple of times before you use them for the first time to increase their absorbency.
We recommend rinsing your pads in cold water after use to prevent staining.
Wash at 40 to 60 degrees Celsius. Don’t use fabric conditioner as it makes the pads less absorbent.
Air-dry or use a heated dryer. Avoid direct heat.
Outer Fleece Charcoal Bamboo/Polyester Blend
Inner 88% Polyester 12% Nylon. Backed with PUL.
Size and Fit
|Fits nappy sizes 1 to 2||Weight 5lb -18lb / 2kg - 8kg|
|Fits nappy sizes 3 to 6||Weight from 10lb / 4.5kg|
|Select same size as nappy|
|13cm x 18cm||Holds 3 period pads|
Wet Bag - Small
|22cm x 27cm||Holds 2 nappies|
Wet Bag - Medium
|35cm x 40cm||Holds 5 nappies|
Wet Bag - Large
|38cm x 55cm||Holds 10 nappies|
What do I do with the poo?
Good question! Put it in the loo or for tiny baby poo it can go straight in the machine as it's water soluble. You can also use a reusable or disposable liner that sits next to the skin and can make it easier to dispose of the poo.
How do reusable nappies work?
Reusable nappies are like disposables, but get washed and used again instead of put in the bin. They have pads called boosters that absorb the wee, and poppers to adjust the size so they grow with your baby.
How much will I save with reusable nappies?
If you're using premium nappies you'll save around £700 per year.
How many do I need?
You change them as often as you would a disposable. Full-time use is 20 reusable nappies, washing them every two to three days. Five nappies is about one day's worth and you can mix and match with disposables. We ofter a single trial nappy, or a pack of five. Buy them, try them for a month, and either keep them or send back for a full refund.
I Love these new prints SO MUCH! Look amazing on my little one too! SO CUTE seeing her loving life in them!
The quality of your nappies is amazing. I’ve washed these like more times than I can possibly remember and they still look great - even after some pretty hardcore abuse from my baba!
Please, please, please can you make toddler briefs? My little one is virtually potty trained and I’m going to miss putting these on him.
The pattern is gorgeous.. but as for the quality, it is one of the best we have tried. Really soft fabric and keeps what needs to be contained, contained. I am so happy with it and would definitely buy more in the future.
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