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Reusable Sanitary Pads Prakriti |Super Absorbent | Lasts upto 100 Washes | OEKO-TEX® Certified Cotton | Safe for skin

Our Cloth pads and Panty Liners are made of 100% cotton fabric and can absorb daily vaginal discharge, sweat, light to heavy period flow. Cloth Pads consist of up to 9 layers of absorbent cotton flannel. Snap button on its wings aids in fastening the pads.

(47 customer reviews)
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Reusable Sanitary Pads (Cloth Pads) |Super Absorbent | Lasts upto 100 Washes | OEKO-TEX® Certified Cotton | Safe for skin
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Product Description

Our Cloth pads and Panty Liners are made of 100% cotton fabric and can absorb daily vaginal discharge, sweat, light to heavy period flow. Cloth Pads consist of up to 9 layers of absorbent cotton flannel. Snap button on its wings aids in fastening the pads.

Toss them into the washing machine with your intimate wear and they are ready for reuse!

Carefully hand-stitched, our reusable pads are skin-friendly and eco-friendly. Each pad suffices at least 75 washes

Additional Information

Our plastic and chemical-free cloth pads are the best way to nurture your body during your periods. The pads have been layered adequately with 100% cotton fabric considering the flow on those days and are available in three sizes. Carefully handcrafted our reusables pads are skin-friendly, eco-friendly, and pocket friendly in the long run.

Key Ingredients

Cotton Flannel, Terry Cotton, PUL

Size Guide

  • Small – Light Flow/ Spotting/ Vaginal Discharge/ Panty Liner
  • Medium – Medium to Heavy Flow/ Day Pad
  • Large – Very Heavy Flow/ Night Pad

How to Use?

  • Place the pad on your underwear such that the plain side should touch the skin.
  • Fasten the wings around the crotch with help of snap buttons.
  • Change every 6 hours or basis your flow

Washing Instructions

Soak your soiled cloth pads in normal/ cold water for at least 30 – 40 minutes. Add a cap full of Bio-Laundry Wash. Wash with hand by rubbing pad against each other or in the washing machine. Avoid using hot water as it will set stains on pads. DO NOT use a brush on the pad as it makes the fabric hard over the course of time. Sun Dry on a clothesline or in the tumble dryer on low heat.

Storage Instructions

Store clean pads in a clean, dry place like the Period Hub Carry Pouch

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47 reviews for Reusable Sanitary Pads Prakriti

  1. Neha Mittal (verified owner)

    Ladies, if you haven’t tried these eco-friendly pads yet, you should definitely give them a try. I find them very comfortable.

  2. Radhika Malhotra (verified owner)

    I have been using these sanitary pads for quite some time now and one thing I can say is that it keeps me tension free and relaxed. I do not have to worry about leakage and stains more.

  3. Dhawni Sehgal (verified owner)

    Here’s my honest review: I love these eco-friendly pads. They’re super comfortable and they don’t leak like other pads I’ve tried over the years.

  4. Seema Saxena (verified owner)

    It’s easy to use, reusable and hassle-free. Plus, it’s environmentally friendly which means that is one less thing for me to worry about!

  5. Aarohi Chauhaan (verified owner)

    These super soft and comfortable sanitary pads by period hub sometimes make me forget that you are on your period. Thank you so much..

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Dr Vijaya Krishnan is a Certified Professional Midwife (CPM), and the Co-Founder and Director of Healthy Mother Sanctum, Natural Birth Centre. She is the leading official Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator (LCCE) in India and teaches the Healthy Mother Lamaze Accredited Childbirth Educator Program.

At her Natural Birth Centre, The Sanctum, she has pioneered a unique Collaborative Model of Care – Women receive Independent Midwife Led Care, through pre-conception, pregnancy, labour, birth and postpartum, with back-up support and emergency infrastructure on site

Dr Nidhi Agarwal is a connoisseur of the Holistic approach to propagate medicine free lifestyle for the last 12 years! She is a Homeopathic physician, Lifestyle & Wellness Coach, Relationship Counsellor, a holistic healer and the Director of Prakash Holistic Health Care Centre (PHCC).

Dr Nidhi, a harbinger of holistically healing any individual body, mind and soul.  Her motto is to successfully guide her patients towards a lifestyle where they can cure their body from within by understanding the requirement of the body and nutrifying it by embracing home remedies and using ingredients from your kitchen, with the minimal or no medicinal intervention.

Period Hub is proud to have Dr Nidhi on the Advisory Board. We share the same value system and advocate the Natural way of living. Period Hub hopes to benefit from her rich experience and utilise her insights to enrich our workshop modules. We also hope we shall be able to extend her expert advise to our customers and bring them out of their Period Woes.

Hema Balakrishnan is a social entrepreneur and founder of The Conscious Storey – A Unit of Color D Earth – A Handmade Collective. Hema is an alumnus of the prestigious 10000 Women program, a Goldman Sachs funded Initiative for Women Entrepreneurs in 2009. In March 2012, she was chosen by the U.S Department of State to attend the coveted International Visitors Leadership Program on Women and Entrepreneurship by the U.S. Department of State.

An ardent believer of conscious living and sustainable lifestyle Hema mentors The Period Hub in its outreach programmes and activities at the grassroots level.

Kanupriya is a seasoned marketing leader with more than 16 years of rich hands-on experience in various facets of marketing. She has spearheaded the creation of multiple brands and digital properties in start-ups like Canvera and Seventymm, as well as managed the brand portfolio of large conglomerates like Godrej and Infosys.

Anuhya Korrapati is the founder of BeyondBlood (An organization that initiated an inclusive menstrual-mental health movement to spotlight PMDD and PME). She also sits as a member of the Steering Committee at Global South Coalition for Dignified Menstruation, Nepal and as a joint secretary at Indian Health Economics and Policy Association. As a Policy Fellow at YLAC, she was part of a four-member team that drafted the Menstruation Benefit Bill 2018 for the office of Mr. Ninong Ering, Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha) and created an advocacy campaign for menstrual leave.

Her published work focused on menstruation, mental health, medical tourism, gender equity, and financial inclusion. During her time at the University of York, she has fostered her academic interests in heterodox perspectives, feminist economics, class-caste-gender intersectionality in health, the economics of disability, feminist and qualitative methodologies.

She received her MSc in Health Economics from the University of York and a recipient of the Postgraduate York Gold Award 2019. She had a brief stint at the Centre for Health Economics, York before moving back to India.

Period Hub is proud to have Anuhya on board as an advisor. We look forward to her expertise on Menstruation and Mental Health and be the guiding force for us as well as our customers.