Ma Petite Chou – Reusable Cloth Menstrual Pads

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Named after a French term of endearment, Ma Petite Chou is a U.K.-based maker of cloth menstrual pads.

Special Features

Ma Petite Chou pads have a soft bamboo fabric lining and a patterned waterproof outer layer. They come in packs of three.

Their pads are:

  • Made from up-cycled fabric for eco-friendliness
  • Unique; each pad is a limited edition
  • Easy to fold away neatly for carrying

 

Benefits & Positive Feedbacks:

Customers marvel at the ability of these pads to hold up to heavy flow without any leaks. They also comment on the pads’ beautiful design.

Ma Petite Chou Pads:

  • Stay in place with snaps.
  • Are absorbent in spite of being thin.
  • Seem never to leak.

“I don’t know what the makers have done to these, but despite their thinness, they just refuse to slip out of place or leak!” (Amazon.co.uk)

“Brilliant. Doesn’t leak at all with my heaviest flow.” (Amazon.co.uk)

 

 

Downsides & Negative Feedbacks:

Ma Petite Chou Pads:

  • Have a waterproof backing that can trap heat.
  • May slide when in place due to the waterproof backing.
  • Feature a terrycloth-like fabric that’s unpleasant for some customers.

“The waterproof layer in these makes them incredibly heat-trapping. Not nice a sensation at all!” (Amazon.co.uk)

“They don’t conform very well to your underwear and ride around quite a lot.” (Amazon.co.uk)

 

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About the Company

Named after a French term of endearment, Ma Petite Chou is a U.K.-based maker of cloth menstrual pads.

 

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