Cost Comparison
     Based on four top Google 
     search results for cloth 
     menstrual pads comparing 
     9" pad lengths.

   New Moon Pads $11.99 
     All-In-One System 
     (no assembly required)
     Free shipping worldwide 
     on orders over $69

   Gladrags $14.99 
     2+ Part System 
     (requires assembly)
     Shipping charges apply

   Lunapads $15.99
     2+ Part System 
     (requires assembly)   
     Average shown from
     $14.99 8” & $16.99 10” 
     Free Shipping to US/Canada 
     only, on  orders over $75

   Sckoon $16.99 
     All-In-One System 
     (no assembly required)
     Free Shipping to US/Canada 
     only, on orders over $75

     February 2017 ~ Prices in USD
Comfort and Convenience
Today’s cloth pads are nowhere near what their basic cloth cousins were way back when.  With high quality, high absorbency, breathable, leak resistant fabrics they are far more comfortable, functional and appealing.  New Moon Pads
 all-in-one pads quickly and conveniently snap 
into place (or just lay in and go if using wingless).  Using cloth means you always have protection on hand, no more running to the store  at the last minute because you’ve run out of disposables
...and laundering care couldn’t be easier.
Environmental and Financial Savings
1 New Moon Pad = 150 disposable pads!
The average woman will throw away 10,000 to 15,000 disposable menstrual products in her lifetime.  Compare that to cloth. If a woman purchased 20 to 25 cloth menstrual pads every 10 years she would have gone through only 80 to 100 cloth pads total.  Cloth pads pay for themselves in just 1 to 2 years from the cost of disposables and last up to 10 years, which means you get 8 to 9 years of cost free menstrual protection every 10 years.  Switching to cloth can save thousands in dollars AND disposables from the landfill.  
Plus, save gas and time when you shop online from the comfort of your home.
Health Benefits
Using cloth pads can potentially decrease period discomfort, skin irritation, risk of yeast infections, and menstrual flow (giving you shorter periods).  Most women report that switching from disposables to cloth has made most or all of these changes in their monthly cycle.  Putting a cloth pad on straight from the dryer while it’s still warm (or leaving it in the sun to warm up) helps to ease menstrual cramps.  Alternatively, chilling it in the freezer prior to use helps to ease that tender sensitive area after childbirth.

Here you’ll find decadently soft luxurious moon time products and a great resource for information.  New Moon Pads specializes in reusable washable cloth menstrual, postpartum, 
and incontinence pads, designed and made by a woman for women of all ages, sizes, and needs.

Uniquely designed pads
available exclusively through
New Moon Pads online.  

If you’re new to the concept of cloth pads you probably have a few questions.  If so, check out the FAQ page, or contact me directly and I’ll be happy to answer them for you.

New Moon Pads are so unbelievably soft and 
comfortable you’ll hardly 
even know you’re wearing one.  So go ahead, pamper yourself
...because you’re worth it!

Cloth Pad Artisan
Committed to quality products at reasonable prices, environmental responsibility, and the comfort and well being of women worldwide
since 1990.
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The Benefits of Cloth Menstrual Pads
Cloth menstrual pads, the disposable pad 
alternative for women, is not a new concept’s actually an old one.  What was once thought 
of as primitive and inconvenient over the past 
century (the “disposable” era) is now getting new 
scrutiny, the benefits of which are becoming more 
and more apparent to women worldwide.