After years of horrible experience with disposable pads, I wasn’t very open to the idea of any version of it. However, there were days when I didn’t want to use a menstrual cup and realized I could actually use SOCH cloth pads. They work like a charm though it may take some while to get adjusted to them. I love the variety of sizes available. It’s such a great option for young girls.
Sharmada, 27 Years, Content Editor
I am a very heavy bleeder and had to change my disposable pads every 2 hours. I always use to end up with rashes during periods before I discovered soch cloth pads. They have changed the way I look at periods now. These are super soft and comfortable, highly absorbent, as good as any disposable pad I have used. I sometimes use to face leakage from the sides due to heavy gushy flow - and I found a great solution to this problem in the inter-labia pads. They are tiny but a great help during heavy flow with clots. As they absorb the clots right at the opening, pads do not get soiled for a long time and I have much less washing to do. I will highly recommend this to all heavy bleeders. The new shape of soch pads is also great as they don't leak from the sides and feel even more comfortable to wear.
Neha budhiraja, 33 Years, Home Maker
Cloth pads - The first reusable menstrual product I used. I was very excited to use and also the fact that these created no garbage added to my excitement. The fact that it is similar in design to a regular sanitary napkin made it easy to use.
Shriprada, 29 Years, Software Professional
After my delivery I wanted to cupvert and had been reading about it a lot. But somehow I was too scared to take the leap. Then I came across Priyanka's videos in which she had explained why she started using cloth pads despite being a cup evangelist. To start with, I bought few pads of different manufacturers along with Soch L Regular. Although I did not have leakage issue with any of the cloth pads but Soch pad gave me the near to or even better than disposable pad experience. I did not feel anything uncomfortable, no disgusting smell of the blood and best of all was no rashes on day 4 or 5. Washing the pad was so easy. I just soaked it in cold water for about 30 minutes and all the blood was gone. Used a mild soap to wash off any remaining stain and dried in the sun. There was no tinge of stain after drying and when I showed it to my friends who use disposables, they didn't believe me when I said that I have used it for about 3 cycles. Now they've all started using soch cloth pads.
Subhasree Ramesh, 31 Years, IT professional
Mom of 2 kids, working in a software concern in Bangalore I was a cupvert for 2 yrs until my second pregnancy. Post my second delivery, was looking for cloth pads as I was not ready to use cups post partum and hate using sanitary pads. Came across soch pads and got it in a gut feeling. I should say I am really really impressed. It lasts me for more than 6 hrs during day time and I am super comfy during night as well. I have other brand pads too but I regret buying them as I faced leakage and it doesn't stay in place unlike soch pads. On heavy days and night time, I blindly choose only soch pads. It's really a boon!!
Sathya Krishnamurthy, 32 Years,Software Concern