Can using hannahpads be discrete?
I never carried disposable pads together in a pouch before, so it was never discrete having to pull one out and shove it in my pocket or tuck it under my armpit before racing to the bathroom.
Having a separate pouch kept my pads all in one place and I just plucked the pouch out of my bag whenever I needed it. If ever I came across someone at work between my desk and the toilet, they probably simply thought I had a makeup bag in hand. I don't really care what people think because it's true after all that I am a menstruating human.
For those interested in trying hannahpads, our certified organic cotton is beige in colour and sits against your skin to catch flow and discharge. Unlike hannahpads, most cloth pads use dark colours or patterns.
Here are some key reasons why we don’t colour our hannahpads (the part that touches your skin).
Here at hannahpad we like to encourage people to get in touch with their body on a clothpad journey towards being healthier and eco-friendlier.
This journey takes a bit of getting use to but with a regular monthly regime you’ll soon be in control of your flow.
Learn about the 4 phases in your menstruation cycle and the tips to help you get through each one with ease and you'll never have to dread that time of the month again.
We run through the key questions people have about cloth pad use for young people and teens. Learn how to begin the switch and reuse them in your everyday life in school, at home or wherever you go.