I’ve mentioned before that I have a new found love affair with mama cloth and I knew that there was no other choice for me during postpartum healing either. Since my stash was pretty small and consisting of mostly liners and normal flow pads, I knew I would have to look into getting more specifically for postpartum.
These pads made by work at home mom Vanessa from Orgo pads are made from a super soft minky fabric and absorbent enough to handle any of your postpartum needs. I’m generally lucky and for both pregnancies have had minimal bleeding after giving birth but there’s always those first few days where normal pads just won’t cut it. For then, I turned to my Orgo pads and since the minky is stain resistant I didn’t even have to worry about them becoming stained from the heavier.
“All pads Contain a Core of Zorb fabric which is highly absorbent, depending on the pad absorbency chosen the layers of zorb vary from single, double and triple. All pads are backed with black water-resistant fleece that assures your clothing is always protected and that your pad will always stay in place. In addition Orgo pads comes in two different styles to meet your overall comfort, round and rectangle and are available in 6 different sizes.”
Vanessa makes multiple sizes of mama cloth including thong liners, mini liners, petite liners, pantyliners, light, heavy and postpartums. She even included this sassy set of nursing pads which have come in handy more than you could know. Breastfeeding seems to be much more successful for me this time around and in these early stages I’m having a abundance of milk and making messes. Haven’t we all had those days?
Don’t worry, I’ve even previously covered how to care for your cloth pads so you’re well prepared. 😉
You can get postpartum pads of your own for $14.00 each.