Pink Daisy is a Premium Line of Feminine Hygiene Products (also known as mama cloth).
Whether you’re a pre-teen that just started your period, blissfully pregnant, a nursing mom, or someone who just needs a little incontinence support—Pink Daisy is for you.
Everything in our menstrual care line has been conscientiously designed for women, by a woman. We specifically hand-pick fabrics that are fashionable and have your utmost comfort and safety in mind.
Enjoy the comfort & softness of organic cotton during your time of the month. Hidden layer of microfiber terry provides maximum absorbency. Breathable laminated polyester backing prevents leakage.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Wash your Pink Daisy pads prior to first use. Snap pads around your underwear so the tag side faces down.
Change pad every 2-6 hours or as needed. Wash per care instructions. Avoid washing the pads in public facilities. Pink Daisy pads are meant for personal use only, and should not be shared with others.
HOW MANY DO YOU NEED?
For one cycle, we recommend between 6-12 small/medium pads and 1-3 large pads, depending on how heavy your flow is and how long your periods normally last.
Small pads for light days measure 8" long x 3" wide.
Medium pads for regular/heavy days measure 10.5" long x 3.5" wide.
Large pads for overnight and heavy flow measure 13" long x 3.5" wide.
Extra large pads overnight and very heavy flow measure 14.5" long x 4" wide.
Waterproof layer: 100% polyester laminate
Hidden layer: 100% polyester
Velour top layer: 90% organic cotton, 10% polyester backing
Made in the USA
Wash your Pink Daisy pads prior to first use.
General wash & care: Rinse or soak in cold water after changing pads or while waiting for wash day. This will keep stains from setting on your pads. Hand or machine wash cold or warm cycle. Line dry or tumble dry.
Do not use fabric softener. It will coat the pads and make them water repellent and reduce their absorbency. Be aware that if you use dryer sheets in your dryer for other laundry this can coat your dryer and transfer to your pads.
Do not use bleach. This will cause the fabric's fibers to break down. It will also cause the waterproof layer of the pad to de-laminate.
Stains. Should staining occur, try laying your pads out in the sun.