Ditch the disposables

Start enjoying your period! Free of chemicals and toxins that can cause discomfort. Ecofriendly and easy to use! A simple rinse, wash and dry.

Why should you be making the switch?

Reusable products have been around for ages. Back in the day, the means to properly take care of them, along with the lack in high tech fabrics made these the less attractive options when disposables came to the market. With reason, it was much easier to use it and toss it. But what they didn't think about were the long term effects this would cause on our wallets, the environment and our health.

When you eliminate harsh chemicals and plastics that the disposables pads have, this can help many menstruators achieve a more positive experience with their period.

By offering fun prints in soft and absorbent fabrics, with no chemicals, no adhesive and ecofriendly, you'll quickly see why more menstruators are ditching disposables and loving reusables again!

Don't take our word for it


Well I barrel raced all weekend and had a great experience with my cloth pads! Washed when I got home and next to no staining. So cool! And ZERO headaches!

Britney E

Ontario, Canada


I'm so impressed with the quality of the pads. The attention to detail is mindblowing. Prints are always super cute and there's a great selection of sizes and absorbency for any type of flow.

Tanya L

Indiana, US


I use to get really bad rashes with disposable pads. I found Lady Crimson on TikTok and after watching a bunch of videos, I realized this was going to be what changed my period.

Lianne P

Pennsylvania, US


First the money saved in the long run of switching to reusable is amazing. With your pads I have never felt more comfortable and confident during my cycle. This has made life way easier since being postpartum because I get to feel back to myself more quickly.

Amanda H

Ontario, Canada


You won't regret switching. I was iffy at first, mainly for the washing part of it all. But it's only not as bad as everyone thinks. Beats a stinky bathroom garbage.

Shelly S

Misouri, US