Lunapads are a wonderful alternative to conventional pads. They are made from very soft cotton so they are more comfortable and aren’t noisy like many pads. Plus they are free of all of those nasty chemicals! Women will use on average 15,000 pads or tampons in their lifetime, so it saves a lot of trash.
I have used Lunapads for awhile and they are easy to use, easy to clean and very comfortable. And I wasn’t a pad user before Lunapads, I hated pads but these are great. And many people worry about cleaning but just rinse out when you are done with one and put it in a wet bag (which Lunapads sells) and toss them in your laundry when you do a load. You can also sun bleach them if they get stained (to sun bleach just line dry them).
If you prefer tampons you may want to try the DivaCup, which Lunapads also carries. It’s a reusable menstrual cup that has become very popular. It’s made from silicone and is latex-free, plastic-free and BPA-free. It comes in two sizes and is very easy to use.
If you are still scared to try Lunapads you can get a free sample pantyliner, you just cover the cost of shipping. So you don’t have to worry about buying a bunch and have them not be for you, though I doubt that would happen.
Lunapads also does something pretty amazing, they help provide access to feminine hygiene products to girls and women in developing countries! Their program is called Pads4Girls. It helps address a serious and often overlooked problem. Women often miss school or work for several days every month because they can’t adequate manage their periods. By providing sustainable menstrual supplies you can change the lives of women!
So are you ready to give Lunapads a try? Lunapads is offering one lucky reader a $50 gift certificate, so what better time to try them out? If you don’t win why not send for one of the free pantyliners? Follow the instructions below to enter!
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