Lady Crimson Reusable Menstrual Pads

Lady Crimson Cloth Emporium

Handmade in Sudbury Ontario, these pads feature:

  • 3" Gusset (Crotch) Which is the average size for most people. 
  • A wrap wing to offer great protection. 
  • 2 snap widths to help the pad fit perfectly! (kam snaps are plastic) NOTE: Liners and 8" moderates are at a 2.75" gusset and only have 1 snap width. 


Layer 1. The top layer that goes against your skin.

Cotton Knit Topper - Cotton base, wicks nicely, keeps you feeling dry and soft to the touch. Breathable and irritant free.

Fabric Content: 95% Cotton 5% Lycra

Layer 2. The absorbent layer. The key layer for making these pads amazing!

Zorb Core- Here's the best part! :

Innovative, super-absorbent hypoallergenic fabric uniquely engineered to rapidly capture and distribute moisture with superior holding capacity

100% Free of PFOS, PFOA, lead, dioxins, heavy metals & BPA; Free from phthalates: contains no DEHP, DBP, BBP, DINP, DIDP and DnOP.

Absorbs 10 times its weight in under 2 seconds and soaks up 20 times faster than other materials (bamboo, cotton, hemp knits)

All Zorb fabrics are super absorbent by virtue of their knitting construction; they are not made with SAP (super absorbent polymers), so their super absorbency lasts for the lifetime of the fabric.

Layer 3. Most important layer!

Soft shell fleece backer making the pad virtually waterproof! So you do not need to worry about leaking through these pads!

Contents: 100% polyester

Washing Info
Quick Method- not worrying too much about staining

The quickest way is the following. You may not get rid of all stains this way, but your pads will be washed and clean for your next cycle. If you're someone who doesn't want to waste too much time on this process then this is the method for you.

1. You can simply toss all soiled pads into a wet bag (leave the zipper cracked for air) then move straight to adding them to the wash at the end of your cycle.

2. You'll add bleaching powder or oxygen brightener to the washing machine, and just a bit of detergent. Do a quick wash on COLD, then bulk the load with towels or clothes and do a regular wash on cold or hot and add the regular amount of detergent needed.

3. Tumble dry on low.

Note: Before adding your pads to the dryer, if you have pads that are still stained, you can rewash them with bleaching powder and try to get the stains out. Once they are added to the dryer, the chances of removing the stains are very slim as it's the heat that sets the stain in.

For more info, go to https://ladycrimsonclothemporium.ca/pages/care-instructions