Our reusable pads are lightweight, soft, durable and ultra-absorbent. Cloth pads consist of a water-resistant anti-leak base layer of recycled post-consumer polyester + polyurethane laminate with wings designed to snap fasten around the base of underwear for security. The wing snaps have 2 size options in width to cater to your desired fit. Each size cloth pad contains varying layers of absorbent organic bamboo cotton fleece.
Please note, all sizes come in matching prints, except the trial pack which comes in a range of prints.
Our trial pack is the perfect option for those new to cloth pads. It includes one cloth pad in each size and one of our mini wet bags for easy storage of your cloth pads when you're out and about.
You may choose to get cloth menstrual pads with different absorbencies to alternate with the flow of your period. Beyond periods, our reusable sanitary pads are effective for perspiration, incontinence and post-partum use.
Pack Options: Trial Pack (Includes 1 x Light, 1 x Medium, 1 x Heavy, 1 x Ultra Cloth Pad + Mini Wet Bag)
Light Pack - 5 x Light Cloth Pads (Mixed pack of prints - So Sage, Pastel Fronds and Bunny Tails)
Medium Pack - 5 x Medium Cloth Pads (Mixed pack of prints - So Sage, Pastel Fronds and Bunny Tails)
Heavy Pack - 5 x Heavy Cloth Pads (Mixed pack of prints - So Sage, Pastel Fronds and Bunny Tails)
Ultra Pack - 5 x Ultra Cloth Pads (Mixed pack of prints - So Sage, Pastel Fronds and Bunny Tails)
Yes - much softer and thinner than the standard disposable pads. They aren’t bulky like disposable pads and the cotton makes them much more breathable. They also don’t rub or move due to how they clip in, which means no chaffing or need to adjust.
The quantity of reusable menstrual pads you require to get you through a cycle will depend on if you want to use cotton reusable pads exclusively and the duration of your period. If you are planning on only using reusable period pads, we recommend 20 pads as a good start.
It depends on your flow and the pad you opted for. But generally, the change time should be similar to when you change a disposable pad, every 2 - 4 hours. The more absorbent pads will last longer between changes.
We offer a gorgeous range of wet bags that are designed to carry soiled and damp items. Pop your used pads in, zip it up and then add to your laundry hamper or dry pail when you get home. Our wet bags feature a water-resistant lining, so nothing will seep through and there will be no odour.
Our reusable pads are different from others in the market based on a range of features including:
Beautiful exclusive and commissioned artworks on our water-resistant fabric layers produced by our collaborative Australian artists
Custom length and wing-tab shape based on years of development and customer feedback
Customised dual-width snap feature on the wings to alter the width of the pads
Use of GOTS natural organic cotton fleece for best absorption and comfort
Use of natural coloured fibre as opposed to dark-dyed absorption fabric to allow for healthy menstrual checks during your cycle
Customised reusable cloth pad bundles to suit those wishing to trial pads or those wanting to build a sufficient stash
Further accessories to complement the use of our organic cotton menstrual pads such as wet bags with zippers, organic natural non-toxic cleaning products such as our Tuff Stuff Stain Bars and Kin Kin Detergent.
I never would I have considered using cloth pads prior to now (how primitive). Lol.
But they are seriously good.
I now use as a daily liner and I can tell you, the mild incontinence embarrassments it has saved me from (sneeze, argh, I know a normal incontinence liner does not) I am definitely now a convert.
Funny, dispute thinking cloth pads as primitive , I am/was absolutely horrified at the thought that this generation moving forward not using cloth nappies hardly at all (disgraceful). Lol again.
I am far from conservative, but just thinking about this in practical and environmental terms I feel the CONSTANT use of any disposable stuff horrifyingly unnecessary.
I have never wanted to purchase let alone wear cloth pads but after getting tired of using disposable pads I thought I needed to make a switch to cloth pads & do my part as well in helping to reduce landfill, even if it's small. I googled 'cloth pads' & Bare & Boho were one of the first results to pop up and I looked through their website, read reviews, and made my purchase. I am only disappointed that I didn't find them earlier! The cloth pads are amazing! They're comfortable (the first time wearing them felt like I wasn't wearing a pad at all!) and they fit very well. I liked them so much I bought six packs for me and my daughter. I have been recommending Bare & Boho to my family & friends & have given them my own review on the cloth pads. Thanks Bare & Boho! You guys are five-star rockstars! Keep up the amazing work!
Really enjoy these reusable pads. Been using them for 12 months and work as good as when I bought them. With good care (I wash mine in a bra bag to avoid pilling) and following the washing instructions, I have minimal staining. Note that firm underwear is advisable to minimise the pad movement back and forth. This trick works with the heavy/ultra heavy pads for myself, however I do experience the medium size pads slipping backwards even with firm underwear (yet to find the trick with these!). Overall, good quality product and have been converted from using single use pads for good.
I never thought I’d be a cloth pad user but after jumping on the cloth nappy bandwagon, it only made sense to join the cloth tribe. Before buying b+b pads, I tried a few different brands and didn’t love them. Then decided to try some b+b & haven’t looked back. They’re super soft and comfy and very absorbent. I use them daily (light as lingers & other sizes for my period). I’ve been recommending them left, right & Centre. Can’t wait to complete my stash!