When it comes to breast pads, absorbency is everything. We designed these four-layered washable versions to keep us comfortable while they soak up the overflow, and to make sure it stays there. Bonus: They’re eco-friendly!
- Innovative material ensures skin stays dry by gently wicking in moisture and locking it inside a terry cloth core
- Promotes breast health by keeping nipples dry and non-irritated
- Budget and eco-friendly because they’re washable
- An outside dart allow for a form-fitting shape that minimizes movement against bra interiors
- Designed for coverage, leakage, breastfeeding, breatpumping
- Fits in any bra
These provided minimal absorbancy, and I leak through every feeding. I wish they had a waterproof layer. They are moderately thick, so they are not discrete. Very disappointing, as they are practically useless to me.
I'm very happy with these pads. I don't leak a lot, so they're very comfortable and work well for me. If I did leak much more I'd use the hemp pad all of the time. These are just enough for low/ moderate coverage and they're much softer than disposable pads.
These are very comfortable pads and the moisture wicking is great and keeps them dry against your skin. They sit pretty flat and are fairly discreet under clothing. However, I would agree with other reviewers in that they are not high absorbancy pads. I used them initially when I was with my baby and so nursing frequently or at times I knew I could pump frequently. Even then I did occasionally leak through. Not my go to pad for working days when I might miss being able to pump. Now my baby is older and eating some solid foods so I am leaking less and will use these on days I want a little extra protection (as I don't always need pads).
Do not like these and wish I would not have bought them. They do not absorb any liquid, it goes right through the middle and all over my shirt. I got free all cotton pads that work great. Im surprised this product would work so poorly with the nice material used and the high price.
I really like these. Compared to the Medela reusable breast pads, they are more comfortable and don't make your breasts look clumpy when wearing tighter-fitting shirts. Compared to the Medela disposable breast pads, they are easy to adjust and don't have the issue of getting bunched up when I move my bra to nurse. However, I can't wear them at night, because I tend to leak too much. Even the disposable Medela breast pads sometimes can't hold the quantity of leaking at night.