Set of 3 Interlabial Pads made from wicking hemp fabric and an absorbent, antibacterial bamboo core.
- Perfect for menstruation, light incontinence and more
- 100% natural materials
- 100% biodegradable
- Low carbon footprint
- Absorbent, soft and breathable
- Handmade in Wales
These small petal-shaped pads fit in between your labia, are made from breathable and wicking natural hemp fabric with an absorbent antibacterial core. There’s a number of reasons you might want to use them...
Controlling your menstrual flow:When placed between your labia and over the vaginal opening, the menstrual slow is slowed and stops before it has the chance to channel to the front or back of your pad. They’re also perfect if you tend to ‘gush’ rather than trickle and helps make sure your cloth pad doesn’t leak because your flow wasn’t absorbed quickly enough. If you have a very heavy flow, these interlabial pads offer even more protection as they so you can use them alongside your tampons, pads and cups.
Discharge: Because interlabial pads can be used inside of panty liners, you can use them to protect against vaginal discharge.
Light incontinence: If you tend to pee a little when laughing, coughing, sneezing or jumping, as a result of weakened pelvic floor muscles, these fabulous interlabial pads can absorb 2-5ml of fluid and prevent leakage.
We love them because they’re super discreet. With their breathable, wicking fabric they’re designed to draw moisture away from the surface and help avoid sore skin.
Regular disposable sanitary and incontinence pads can't be recycled as they are classed as infectious waste, which means there is a huge amount of waste for just a little bit of fluid! By swapping to these reusable pads you will be making an enormous difference to help reduce that waste.
They aren’t just better for the environment, they’re better for you too! Swapping to these pads will help you avoid the toxic chemical-laden cotton and rayon around the delicate tissue of our lady-bits!
How to use
To use your interlabial pad, you fold or roll it and place between your labia and vaginal opening. If you're using them to protect from light incontinence, you must ensure you're covering your urethra.
How to take care of them
We suggest you soak in cold water prior to washing if stained, then wash with a normal cool load and dry flat. Fabric is not prewashed so some shrinkage can be expected upon first wash, best not to use fabric conditioner, a) because they are pretty close to your delicates and b) because fabric conditioner can affect absorbency.