Are Reusable Pads Right For Me?

It’s true! There are cloth pads pros and cons! I know y’all expect me to be like *low pitched voice* CLOTH PADS SOLVE ALL THE WORLD’S PROBLEMS AND THEY SAVED MY LIFE AND I WOULD DIE FOR CLOTH PADS. But you know what let’s get real and talk about what’s great and what’s lame. Let the tea be spilled. The beans will also be spilled.


  • You open your undies drawer, and FRICK! All of your cloth pads are in the dirty clothes hamper! Josh Dang It! It happens. You can avoid this situation by just buying enough to keep you stocked up, but yeah, that costs money.
  • Keeping a dirty pad in your bag while you’re out and about.

It be like that. I suggest keeping a wet bag with you, yknow like bags people use for diapers or whatever. But remember, Moody V pads fold up into cute little squares, containing all the mess.


  • Waste-free, sustainable, reusable, durable, long-lasting, washable, eco-friendly, synonym. Think of how many tampon applicators, disposable pads, and their packaging are piling up in landfills. Eek/yikes/oh dear.
  • Cloth pads save you money. A month’s worth of pads or tampons is what, like $10? Cloth pads last for years. Let’s say you keep 12 cloth pads for three years. Moody V offers 6 packs of cloth pads for $45. That’s $90 for THREE years of menstrual products! If you were doing disposables, that would be $360, at least!!
  • Comfy, cozy, loveliness. No adhesive, no yucky chemicals, no plastic. Moody V cloth pads are made with cotton, so they dry while you’re wearing them. This cuts down on odors, itchiness, and discomfort. Never again will your pubes be ripped from your body by a sticky plasticky disposable pad.

Alright y’all I think that’s it for cloth pads pros and cons. If I think of any more I’ll scream them into my pillow.