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Reusable cloth pads and menstrual cups are the comfortable alternative to disposable period products. Learn all about how to use GladRags cloth pads here and explore information about menstrual cups here.

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All-cotton pads are naturally free from irritating synthetics and chemical gels found in conventional disposable products. Try reusables for a more comfortable period.

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Aug 4, 2017
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