Cloth pads are becoming a very popular choice. They offer the comfort of the usual pads, but with some added benefits. Fabric linings and pads are available in a variety of shapes, styles, absorption levels, with or without impregnation.
They are used like single-use sanitary pads, except without the "throw away at the end". Instead, sanitary napkins are hand or machine washed. The reusable menstrual pads is the most convenient and comfortable for you.
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Convenience. In theory, you would think that the presence of fabric would be noticeable, bulky, and uncomfortable. Instead, they are soft, tender. They adapt better to your body than disposable pads and you may soon forget their presence. You feel like you are only wearing underwear.
Attractiveness. Fabric pads can be very stylish! Not a word usually associated with menstruation – BUT – with such a wide selection of colors and patterns, you can find a variety of pads to suit your preferences. Some prints and hues cover blemishes better than others, which can be a priority for some users. They're also easy to order from online sites.
Multiple interlabial pads:
An "interlabial" pad consists of the same washable material as a fabric pad, but functions almost like a tampon." With a stronger flow, these interlabial objects can be used to provide additional absorption when used with cloth pads. However, they can also be used alone as a stand-alone menstrual product.