BOOTIFUL Bidet cleans your booty anytime you need to freshen up down there. Sometimes a quick stream is all you need to feel clean.
Booty & Feminine washing options
Splash guard keeps nozzles clean
Adjustable water pressure
Thin design, no toilet seat bumpers required
Easy 10-minute installation
No plumbing/electrical work
All materials included
The Lunette Menstrual Cup is a bell-shaped cup that provides you with a safe, odorless period for up to 12 hours. Super comfortable, easy to use and provides perfect protection whether you’re active and on-the-go or getting a full night’s rest. Awarded for safety. Completely reusable and not exposing you to harmful substances, your Lunette Menstrual Cup makes it easier on the environment and your wallet.
Available in two size options.
Model 1: Light to normal flow
Model 2: Normal to heavy flow
This wet bag is a must have when on the go! Store a clean back-up menstral pad in the pouch and then use it for the soiled pad while your hanging out around town.
$14.99 – $23.99
Reusable and washable period underwear. Super absorbant, comfortable and affordable.
Boyshort (Light Flow) : Absorbs up to 2-3 pads worth of fluid
Bikini (Heavy Flow): Absorbs up to 5 pads worth of fluid
Sleeper: Absorbs up to 6 pads worth of fluid
$13.99 – $35.99
Reusable pads can be great for light days or if you have occasional leaking while using a menstrual cup.
1. After use, rinse out as much fluid as you can
2. Soak in cold water, if desired, to help prevent staining. Use the presoak function on your washing machine, or soak in a covered rust-proof container. Change soaking water daily.
3. Machine wash cold using a natural detergent and tumble dry low or line dry. Do not use bleach or fabric softener. You may hand wash pads if desired.
4. Remove pads from dryer promptly and store flat to eliminate wrinkling; use cool iron if desired. Store your pads in a clean, dry place until next use.
Avoid using detergents that include fabric softeners or whiteners as these can inhibit the absorbency of your cloth pads. We do not recommend the use of castille soap, facial soap, or other soaps not intended for textile laundering. Excess detergent may lead to buid up, which can limit the absorbency of your cloth pads.
A note about staining: Rinsing out your pads will help reduce staining. However, light staining does not indicate that your laundered cloth pads are not clean or sanitary!