NB! Right now you can choose whether you'd like to get the pantyliners of your Exclusive Menstrual 2 in 1 Kit packaged or package-free. This option is valid while stocks of the package-free pantyliners last.
Also, now you can choose whether you'd like to combine your menstrual cup with pantyliners with PUL or without.
We came up with this Exclusive Menstrual 2 in 1 Kit because we wanted you to have a more pleasant, healthier, sustainable and budget-friendly period experience. Combining two of our most loved period products we can offer you an 11% discount if you purchase them in a bundle.No more need for dispisable pads, tampons, last minute shop runs and worries.
By the way, did you know that the amount of plastic needed for the manufacturing of 1 disposable pad equals 4 plastic bags and 1 disposable tampon (plus its applicator and packaging) needs 500 years to decompose in landfill?
BUT you do not have to be part of the problem, instead you can be an advocate for positive solutions and opt for more eco & budget-friendly alternatives.
1 Menstrual OrganiCup (you can choose the size which suits you best from the drop-down menu) and 1 pack of 3 reusable organic cotton pantyliners in dark colours.
We will start with the fact that you can use the Menstrual OrganiCup for 10 years and the organic cotton pantyliners for 5. Now we will compare the amount of money which the average woman spends on period products for 10 years over here in Bulgaria. For your convenience, we will do the calculations in Euros. If the average woman in Bulgaria purchases 1 pack (containing 14 pads) per period, this makes 12 packs per year and 120 for 10 years. If one pack of conventional pads costs 2.55 euros, that makes 306 Euros for 10 years! In comparison to the price of our Exclusive Menstrual 2 in 1 Kit it turns out that disposable pads will cost you 276.33 Euros more! Even if you have to get a second set of reusable pantyliners after 5 years, one set of reusable pantyliners costs 10.21 Euros so you are still saving 266.12 Euros!
Now we will make the same calculations but for conventional disposable tampons. If the average woman in Bulgaria gets 1 pack of conventional tampons per period (a pack containing 16 tampons), these are 12 packs per year and 120 packs for 10 years. If one pack of conventional tampons costs 2.75 Euros, that makes 330 Euros for 10 years! In comparison to our Exclusive Menstrual 2 in 1 Kit, that is 300.33 Euros more! Even if you have to get a second set of reusable pantyliners after 5 years, one set of reusable pantyliners costs 10.21 Euros so you are still saving 290.12 Euros!
Size Mini is suitable for teenagers.
Diameter: 37 mm
Total Height: 58 mm
Capacity: 17 mm
Size A is recommended for ladies who haven't given birth, here are its characteristics:
Diameter: 40 mm
Height: 65 mm
Capacity: 25 ml
Size B is recommended for ladies who have given birth, here are its characteristics:
Diameter: 45 mm
Height: 70 mm
Capacity: 30 ml
100% soft medical-grade silicone. No BPA, no latex, no dye.
Before you use it for the first time, please sterilise it in boiling water for 3-5 minutes. Afterwards, rinse it with hot water and gentle, natural soap, we recommend our Marseille soap which is rich in olive oil. Then you need to fold the cup, check the link below to see the two suggested folding methods.
NB! For quick and easy insertion, find a comfortable position in which you can relax your muscles
After you insert the cup, unfold it and check if there is a vacuum formed around it.
For more detailed instructions, click HERE
3 ultra-absorbent cotton flannel layers inside & soft cotton flannel on the top + one extra layer of breathable PUL leakproof backing (if you choose the option of pantyliners with PUL) which makes them more absorbent. PUL is an extra layer of Polyurethane laminate fabric used to improve the absorbency rate of pads & pantyliners and to prevent potential leakages.
They clip perfectly to your underwear with nickel-free plated snaps. The size of one pantyliner is 18cm length x 7cm width when clipped. The pantyliners' packaging is made of recycled paper.
You can handwash them or put them in the washing machine at no more than 40 degrees. We recommend soaking them in cold water and natural soap for at least 30 minutes before washing up. Our favourite soap bar for such purposes is the Marseille one - gentle, natural, vegan and very effective when it comes to removing stains. For more pantyliner care tips & tricks, click HERE
HERE you can check out the story of Doctor Sneha Rooh, a Palliative physician at the MNJ Institute of Oncology, Hyderabad, India and find out why she prefers reusable pads rather than conventional
And HERE is Shy's cute little explanation guide about how to wear reusable pads and pantyliners
If you'd like to check out other sustainable period products, click HERE