Organic Cotton Reusable Pads
Plush, comfortable, and elevated—no, we’re not talking about your memory foam mattress—these reusable pads transform the way you navigate your periods. Designed with five layers of 100% certified organic cotton, they absorb and wick away moisture like a pro. We’re talking next level comfort and reliable leak protection, without any help from harsh toxins and chemicals. And we repeat: You can use a single pad again and again for up to 120 times.
The box is curbside recyclable. At the end of the pad's life (120 uses!), recycle the organic cotton top layer of the pad with other textiles. But first, remove the polyurethane backing and place it in the trash.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.
More Like This
About the Brand
Rael is on a mission to make periods better by creating holistic period products and tackling taboo. Their story starts with three women with a shared vision of empowering menstruating people to have healthier relationships with their cycle. In 2017, Aness An, a journalist and best-selling author, Binna Won, an architect-turned-art-director, and Yanghee Paik, a former movie distributor at Walt Disney Studios with a Harvard MBA, came together in their frustrations at the lack of clean, effective period care in the U.S. Originally from South Korea, the trio brought together organic cotton from Texas and cutting-edge manufacturing technology in Korea to create their own line of period care.Shop Brand
How to use
Wrap wings around underwear and fasten snaps. Machine wash after each use.
What People Are Saying
- machine cycle
- product waste
- washing machine
Comfortable and organic
I bought these in order to cut down on waste from menstrual products. They are very comfortable to wear and they are very sturdy and constructed well. I appreciate that they are made out of organic cotton on the top layer and do not have harsh chemicals. To be honest, the first time I used these, I did have staining on the pads after I washed them in the washing machine. Since then, I have learned that you can actually soak the pads for an hour (give or take a few minutes), then wash the pad in the regular machine cycle and the staining is gone. I was hesitant to try them, but I took a chance and I’m very glad I did. I recommend these to everyone who would like to produce less period product waste.