TOP TIP: When washing your reusable pads its much more eco-friendly to wash at 30 degrees. It's also much greener to hang items to dry instead of using tumble driers where possible.
ON THE HIGH STREET
Reusable pads are yet to catch on in the big high street retailers. As the demand for these products increases they will hopefully be available in time. Some zero waste shops sell them, find your nearest here.
TOP TIP: If you're shopping online and buying more than one item then it's more eco-friendly ordering all items from the same website in one order to reduce the impact of packaging and delivery.
Plastic Freedom stock a range of reusable pads made from bamboo and cotton. They sell handy accessories for them such as a wash bag to keep your pads together and a storage pot. They also plant one tree for every order made.
Boobalou have a selection of cotton reusable pads which are sold with a handy wash bag to keep your pads together.
Wearth London sell a variety of reusable pads made with bamboo, hemp and cotton.
Peace With The Wild stock a range of reusable pads made with bamboo and cotton.
The Plastic Free Shop have a selection of reusable pads made of bamboo, hemp and cotton.