We wanted to share this easy tea for period discomfort recipe for cinnamon & ginger tea, because you only need 2 ingredients that you may already have in your pantry!
Are you wondering how to go camping with your pads? Reusable cloth pads are easy to use, even when you’re on an outdoor adventure! Read on for pro tips about changing your pad out in the wild, how to store your pads until you’re ready to wash them, which sizes are best to wear on your adventure, and more!
Many people who switch to reusable cotton pads find that they end up using them throughout the month too, for all sorts of reasons! Our cloth pads and liners are great sidekicks for whatever you’ve got going on, keeping you covered, comfortable, and confident! ...
What’s in a Reusable Menstrual Pad? Fabric is the first thing we think about here at Party In My Pants when creating our reusable cloth pads. Here’s what we put inside to make sure you stay protected!
Deciding between comfy cotton or fuzzy flannel can be quite the trick! I often get asked which one is more absorbent, which one will be the most comfortable in the summer heat, which one will be easiest to clean, which one do I prefer or which one is simply the best?
by Emily Graves, M.A., L.M.T. I moved to New York in 1998 and when I saw the price of tampons, I flipped! I had been living inside of ‘Co-op Culture’ back in Minneapolis, where we were still able to work at a Co-op in exchange for a percentage off our purchases, and...
Learn the top 10 differences between disposable pads and reusable cotton pads
Hey y’all! Liz here. Working at Party in My Pants over the years, I’ve been asked many times- “Can these pads be used for postpartum bleeding”? The answer is, of course, YES! Our pads can be used for any type of bleeding or discharge, and our larger sizes, such as...
Making eco-friendly bathroom swaps in your daily life can be fun! And when they save you money over time AND are usually made with much healthier, natural ingredients… well, that’s even better!
Read about our self-care ideas on your period, including a tea recipe and yoga sequence.