Bloom & Nora

 

“Purveyors of fine period wear. Have a cycle in style with our beautiful eco sanitary pads. Made in the UK. The Bloom & Nora mission is to help you have a cycle without harmful substances too! All our products are made in the UK and Oekotex Certified. Which means no nasty chemicals at all in the production process, or next to your skin. That’s positively period!”

From the makes of Tots Bots nappies, here are Bloom and Nora Reusable Sanitary Pads. In 2000 Fiona, the creator of Tots Bots was inspired to make reusable nappies for her daughter. 15 years later her daughter inspired her again to make reusable sanitary pads.

We are delighted to tell you that we have got a set of Bloom pads and a set of Nora pads to give away, there will be two winners, winning one set each! We might just throw in some Go Real googies too!

Prize number one:


We have a  set of four  “Bloom” pads and a pink wet bag to give away. These have a lovely  soft fleecy top and a liquid proof PUL back.

***To enter simply comment on this blog post and tell us why you want to make the switch to to cloth pads, or why you love using cloth pads!***

Prize number two:

We have a set of four “Nora” pads and a blue wet wag to give away! these have a stay dry, stain resistant top, perfect for those who do sports and those who need a little protection for mild  incontinence.

***To enter, click here***

If your undecided if Cloth Pads are for you, read why our friend Lucy at The Pie Patch loves them so much here! 

T&C’s

  • There will be two winners only. One winner will win the Bloom set and one winner will win the Nora set. Go Real’s decision is final.
  • To be in with a chance of winning both sets you must comment on this blog post AND enter the Rafflecopter.
  • The winner of the Bloom pads will be picked at random from the comments on this blog post.
  • The winner of the Nora pads will be picked at random by Rafflecopter.
  • The winners will be announced on our Facebook page, they will have 48 hours to claim their prize before a new winner is picked.
  • This give away is in no was associated with Facebook or WordPress.
  • This give away is open to UK entries ONLY!
  • This will close for entries on Thursday 8th December.

 

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42 Comments

  1. I’ve just started using CSP during my first period in 2 years (pregnancy and breastfeeding). Would love to try out some different types.

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  2. I’ve not got much experience of cloth pads (due to pregnancy, breastfeeding, then pregnant again!) but once my periods return I’d love to make the switch full time as cloth pads seem so comfortable and so much better to have against your skin than disposables.

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  3. I hate the feel and smell of disposables, and they are so disastrous for the environment, so I am hoping to make the switch to reusables. Hopefully it will be a good example for my daughter for when the time comes for her too!

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  4. I haven’t tried reusable pads yet, but my daughter is in full time cloth nappies and I use a reusable menstrual cup during my periods, so cloth pads would be a very welcome (and less wasteful) addition.

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  5. I’m due my first baby in Feb and have been thinking about converting to csp for a while. I’ve stashed up on post partum pads but I’m entering the 30+ weeks poor pelvic floor stage so something to deal with that would be great to avoid a moment in Pilates! 🙂

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  6. I love my cloth pads because I don’t need to buy myself pads each month, I’m saving money and there’s less waste going to landfill.

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  7. Looking for options for my daughters when the time comes, I use a moon cup but not sure they will be ready for this at first so think reusable pads could be a great alternative.

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  8. Would love these for my oldest daughter I’m looking for options for her when her periods arrive. I use a mooncup but not sure she will be ready for this at first and cloth seems a fab alternative. Then she can tell her three sisters all about cloth when their turns come!

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  9. Used to use a mooncup before baby and havent been able to use since due to problems. Would love to try reusable as use washable nappies for my children. X

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  10. Spiffing marvellous things these reusable thingamabobs. Top notch on the jolly old environment, and comfy on my whatnot. Especially marvellous at catching the odd little mishap, such as when one sneezes at the village fete and risks causing a tidal wave at the duck race.

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  11. I’ve been using cloth nappies on my daughter for six months now, and although I’m still breastfeeding my periods have just returned with a vengeance so I’d like to use cloth pads myself too! I was a mooncup user pre-baby but not quite as confident using it after such a long break. I don’t want to have to use disposable pads!

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  12. I’m 37 weeks pregnant at the moment and my Doula has recommended I switch to cloth reusable pads, especially for straight after giving birth!

    Being pregnant has put me back in a wheelchair and I’m now temporarily bed bound because of my physical disabilities, I also have Aspergers Syndrome (a form of autism) which comes with sensory problems. I can’t stand disposable products because of the feel and smell of them and being in my chair or stuck in bed all the time, the disposable products get very uncomfortable!!

    I have to admit, I’m a bit of a eco-warrior and love to recycle whatever possible (including rain water for the toilets) so using reusuable sanitary products is something I’m definitely keen to try!

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  13. I would love to win as I have been thinking about trying reusables for a while now. We have loved using cloth nappies so much this year with our first baby that I know cloth pads will be so much better than disposables. Fingers crossed!

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  14. I like the fact I know my CSP have no nasties hiding in them- and I’d love to try these beauty’s, having used TotsBots nappies for my little fella I’m confident they’ll be top notch products!

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  15. I use cloth pads as a back up to my mooncup. I love how comfortable they are, how I never run out and how environmentally friendly they are.

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  16. CSP have made what used to be a nightmare time of the month so much more comfortable, economical and earth friendly! I’d love to try something new 🙂

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  17. I’ve never used cloth pads before but I’ve spoken to several people who do and i would like to try we cloth bum for baby and toddler so why not cloth Mum too plus I love saying cloth Mum 😂

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  18. I’ve just started using CSP 4 weeks ago as I figured it makes sense alongside the birth of my daughter, who is straight into tots bots cloth nappies. I love the comfort and the reduction in waste, and would love to try out Bloom and Nora pads as I’ve only tried some big maxi pads so far!

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  19. I really hate the idea of all those pads going to landfill every month. I bought a mooncup and wanted to love it but it was painful so was left a bit downhearted. As a single mum I don’t have a lot of spare money so haven’t invested in cloth pads yet but would love to try them (yes I know they’re cheaper in the long run but at 89p a pack of disposable ones it’s a but of an outlay). These were recommended on a forum I read and look brilliant so I’m keeping my fingers crossed.

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  20. I use cloth nappies on my little girl as I don’t like the feel of disposable pads on my skin and I’m sure disposable nappies feel similar!

    However, now I’m blessed with her in my life, I of course feel guilty about spending money on myself, so a kickstart to my own stash would be wonderful!

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  21. Using cloth nappies, has made me very aware of hiw many chemicals are in disposables nappies . I then couldn’t look at disposable sanitary towels the same way, 1 cycle in csp and i’m a total convert already!

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  22. My daughter is full time in cloth nappies and I use only ethical products around the house and beauty products. Disposable sanitary towels are the last thing I need to make the switch to and would love to try bloom and Nora!

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  23. I’m a huge lover of cloth nappies and starting my own nappy library in the new year. Have tried moon cups a few times bug ready to take the next step to cloth sanitary products.

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  24. We use cloth nappies and I’d love to try reusables for me to reduce how much we send to landfill, and of course, save a few pennies in the process!

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  25. Cloth pads are much more comfy and natural. Its hard to find something that fits well though, I would always like to try a different type.

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  26. I have been wanting to switch to reusable pads for sometime, but have been hesitant due to the fact that I have no washing facilities & use a laundrette. Now it’s time to stop being worried about what others may think & be proud to use a product that benefits both my own health & the environment around me.

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