Pros: Organic pads that are thin not overly thick, cut down on waste and don't expose your body to toxins.
Cons: Bunch up a little in the wash.
Moonpads are reusable pads that are not bulky, but thin, comfortable, and work well. These pads have the advantage of staying put instead of moving around.
After multiple washings: No fraying, no buttons popping off, no major color fading. These bunch up a little in the wash, but do dry flat if you skip the dryer. Made very well and made to last.
Care and use instructions included: Many reusable pads don't come with handy guides but these do.
Cute and clever designs: From sock monkey pads, cute cherry pads, and tons of colors and styles in-between, you've got all sorts of options to choose from.
Cost-effective: You can buy disposable pads over and over and over. OR you can try Moonpads that will last a long while. Hmmm? For example an entire collection of Moonpads will cost about $80. But, if you factor in a five year life, that’s about one -two packs of non-reusable pads a month which can cost you $200-$400 over five years - if you buy a healthy brand.
- Made with organic cotton.
- Minimal packaging used for shipping.
- Non-toxic which is healthier for your body.
- Save the landfills!
- No major production toxins produced.
Along with Glad Rags, these are probably the best reusable pads I've tried. Well worth the money and the owner offers excellent customer service.