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How to switch from disposables to reusable Cloth Pads

Switching to Cloth Pads is a great step that can both benefit you and the environment. But how do you start? Which Pad and how many do you need? Here are three ways on how to take the step to start using reusable Cloth Pads.


1. Take it slow
There is no reason to rush. We want to start by saying that you do not have to transition 100% to Cloth Pads straight away. Instead easing into it slowly helps you become comfortable and confident with Cloth Pad use. 

Maybe you could start with the Panty Liners, use it at the end of your period when your flow is lighter. Once you got the hang of this new routine you could switch your diposable night pad to ImseVimses reusable Night pads.

2. Half way there 

Maybe you are prepared and eager to start using cloth pads, in that case you can get enough pads to last half a cycle then purchase the other half next cycle. Start with Panty Liners and Regular Pads, you could try both our Classic pad and our more flexible Active pad.

The perfect kit for starting “Half way there” is our Menstrual pad Start kit containing 3 Panty Liners, 3 Night pads, 6 Regular pads, 1 laundry bag and 1 Cotton bag.

3. The Full Switch 

Yes, reusable Sanitary Pads are more expensive upfront, so it depends on how much you can afford or are willing to pay in the beginning. 

If you choose to go all out and purchase a full cycles worth, it might be good to read carefully about our different sizes and models. Maybe 1 Menstrual Pad Start kit together with Panty Liner and Regular Pads in our Active collection is great for you?

We wish you the best of luck! And don’t hesitate to contact us with questions! We are here to help you!

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