GladRags Day Pads have a unique three part design which allows you to customize the pad according to your flow. Choose one or two absorbent inserts to place inside the envelope-style holder, or use the holder alone for an ultra-slim liner!
Our Day Pad is equivalent to a standard-size maxi pad. Our Day Pad Plus features additional length for an extended coverage area.
Includes 1 holder + 2 inserts.
I started using Glad Rags when my first born was only months old, he is 16 now. My 14 year old daughter uses them and when their time comes, my younger 3 daughters will use them. They are excellent quality; I'm still using ones from my first purchase in 2002. They are comfortable and breathable. I've tried other brands for kicks, but they didn't last, and my preference was always the Glad Rags.
I tried 1 layer for riding a bike 4 miles on my 2nd day of period . It didn’t hold up and stained my pants. I also don’t like that the pads tend to move so I feel something bulky in my panties
I love the pantyliners and so I jumped in with the monthly subscription to build my supply of day pads. They are so comfortable. I really like them. My only complaint is they slide back as I move throughout my day. I have to pull them forward into place often. Esp if I am walking g around a lot. It would be great if they could somehow be anchored to stay in place front to back. I am going to try a safety pin next cycle.
I have used GladRags and now my beautiful girls are choosing to use them as well. I'm so proud of our choice to use environmentally sustainable products, and grateful they are available for us to purchase. Thanks Glad Rags!!!
The first thing I'll say is that the patterns are absolutely adorable - so much so that I was excited to use the pads! The next step was rougher. I'm used to pantyliners, and the daypad (with one liner inside) is way puffier than I was expecting - more like a maxi pad than what I'm used to. The material is luxuriously soft, though. But my biggest issue is the sliding. After 20 minutes the dang thing had slid all the way back and was riding up my bum. I kept trying different things, starting it more forward, trying to hitch my pants a certain way while I walked, even changing my gait, but there was nothing for it. At one point the pad flipped all the way around, putting the snap side right up against the flow! Alas, I don't think these pads are for me. One of my friends suggested that the gusset on my preferred panties is too thin for GladRags, so that's something to consider. (She wears boyshorts; I prefer hiphuggers.)