Red Queen Cloth is made by a lovely lady called Cassandra, and is based in the UK. Cassandra started making cloth sanitary pads after switching herself, and being unable to find pads within her budget. 9 months ago Red Queen Cloth was born, offering cloth pads that are both beautiful, affordable and most of all, good quality.
I was lucky enough to be sent two Red Queen Cloth Pads for review.
This post contains PR samples - all opinions are my own.
Bloom & Nora are a new cloth pad brand on the scene, from the brains behind TotsBots Cloth Nappies. It’s really no surprise that after having created award-winning nappies, that the company added cloth pads to their brand portfolio.
The motivation behind creating reusable cloth pads only really clicked when the daughter of Fiona, company owner, started her periods. View Post
I have been sent a set of cloth pads and wetbag in exchange for a review of my honest opinion. All thoughts are my own.
4 Things That I No Longer Buy
Ever since implementing some thrifty and zero waste changes into my life, I’ve noticed that there are things I no longer buy. It never really occurred to me at the time that there would be things I wouldn’t buy again. Which is a very wonderful thing about zero waste and being thrifty! Great for the planet and your bank balance. View Post
The lovely Victoria from Little Green Narwhal has kindly donated a cloth pad and pouch for a giveaway. Isn’t that lovely?
Up for grabs is a 10″ Bumblebees medium flow pad with a cotton jersey top and fleece back. There’s also a super cute CSP pad pod at approx 5″ x 5″ in size for storing one cloth pad.
I really love the prints on both. Aren’t you lot lucky? View Post
Shaving is something that most of us do, day in day out. The cycle of using and throwing out razors seems endless. What if I told you there was such a thing as ‘Zero Waste’ shaving that will save you money?
In the UK, approx £265 million is spent each year on wet shave razors. Disposable razors, blades and ‘reusable’ handles end up in landfill, where they’ll be for hundreds of years. Over in the USA, the EPA estimates that around 2 BILLION disposable razors are thrown out, adding to the pile in landfill. View Post
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