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Natracare Natural Pads Reviews

eris

Comfortable but tiny

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Pros: comfortable, organic

Cons: expensive, not very absorbant

I have been wanting to try these for a long time but didn't because of the price. I decided to suck it up and try them this week. I like that they are biodegradable, even the protective "plastic" layer is made of corn. I got the regular ones since the store didn't have the longer ones and they are very comfortable and thin. The problem though is that they are not very absorbent. For heavy flow you would have to change very often, which means that you would use more pads and at this price it would end up being very expensive. I am thinking of using them only on the last couple of days of my period, because using them on the first day was a bit of a disaster (I don't need to be stressed...
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organicgal007

Organic & Plastic Free

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Pros: Organic Cotton, Plastic Free

Cons: Not thick enough or sticky enough..but they are working on it.

This company is the only one I know of that uses Organic Cotton to make their disposable PADS with. 7th Generation uses unbleached wood pulp. I like that NatraCare uses certified organic ingredients. They also make Organic Cotton panty liners, Organic Tampons and Organic Fem Wipes (which are wonderful and great for traveling)They are a plastic free product and biodegradable. I like the plastic free part. 7th Gen is not plastic free, even their packaging is plastic. Natracare uses recycled paper board. The things I don't like about their product line, in the past the sticky parts were sparse, they have recently upgraded the amount of coverage of the sticky, though it can still give way. I...
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