Reusable organic cotton pantyliners without PUL (pack of 3)
As we believe that one should strive to lead a life which is as Zero Waste as possible, we would like to introduce you to the new member of our eco-friendly family- The organic cotton Pantyliners without PUL
These pantyliners are your ideal companion during daily discharge or light flow days.
What are Eco Femme’s reusable organic cotton pantyliners without PUL made of?
3 ultra-absorbent organic cotton flannel layers inside, one soft organic cotton flannel top, they clip to your underwear with nickel-free plated snaps.
What is PUL?
One layer of Polyurethane laminate fabric used to improve the absorbency rate of pads & pantyliners and to prevent potential leakages.
Why should we choose these organic cotton pantyliners without PUL?
Eco Femme’s cotton pads and pantyliners are not only beautiful but also sustainable : )
Did you know that the amount of plastic used for the manufacturing of one conventional period pad equals 4 plastic bags. Afterwards the pad takes 800 years to decompose. Imagine the amount of litter caused only by one woman while being on her period. Then multiply that by 10,20 and more : (
Now you can stop this pollution and save money too.
The average woman spends 2.4 Euros per month for a pack of disposable pads. Multiply this by 12 and you get 28.80 Euros per year. Multiply that by 5 and you get 140 Euros for 5 years. Quite a lot, isn’t it? Plus the inconvenience to run to the store everytime you finish your pack of pads and all of the waste that you are making.A high price that isn’t worth paying, Eco Femme offers you a much more sustainable solution, reusable pads and pantyliners which you can use for up to 5 years. Let’s see how much money that saves you in the long run. If you use a pack of pantyliners with PUL (10.73 Euros), plus one Day Pad (7.77 Euros) and two Day Pads + (2 x 8.69 Euros), that makes 35.88 Euros for 5 years, meaning that the reusable pads save you 104.12 Euros : )
And that is not even the best part. With each Eco Femme pad or pantyliner that you purchase, you donate one pad to a girl in India through Eco Femme’s Pad for Pad program.
What is more?
If you need any additional information about how to take care of your Eco Femme reusable organic cotton pantyliners, please get in touch. AND
Check out the inspirational Blue Ollis’s review of Eco Femme’s pads from: here
And Shy’s cute little explanation guide about how to wear them from: here
And if you would like to check out more of Eco Femme’s beauties, click here
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