Excellent eco-friendly, non-toxic period pads and pantyliners.
- Made with 100% organic cotton
- Free from chlorine bleach, latex, parabens, perfumes, SAP, and plastics or man-made materials
- Not tested on animals, vegan-certified
- Pantyliners and pads: 100 percent Organic cotton, materBi (biodegradable and compostable bioplastic)
ICEA, GOTS, Vegan-certified (although the certification body is not listed), The SOIL ASSOCIATION, SA 8000 (Social Accountability Certification).
Country of originCotton grown in North & South Carolina; pads and pantyliners made in Italy.
Recently relaunched by Corman USA Inc., Organyc is an impressive brand providing non-toxic pads and pantyliners made with 100 percent organic cotton. These products (like their tampons) are free from chlorine bleach, latex, parabens, perfumes, SAP, and plastics or man-made materials and packaging is made with biodegradable materials. They are breathable and hypoallergenic, and (as with all Corman products) are not tested on animals. Their website says their products are vegan-certified, but not by whom.
Your best option for buying Organyc pads and pantyliners is to purchase in bulk online as few stores currently carry the products:
Hypoallergenic 100% Organic Cotton Pads 3 Variety Pack for Sensitive Skin, including 10-pack of Moderate absorption pads; 10-pack or Heavy absorption pads; and a 24-pack of Pantyliners.
Hypoallergenic 100% Organic Cotton Pads for Sensitive Skin, Heavy Flow Night: 3 x 10-pack (30 pads)
Hypoallergenic 100% Organic Cotton Pads with Wings, Super Flow & Maternity: 2 x 10-pack (20 pads)
Hypoallergenic 100% Organic Cotton Pads with Wings for Sensitive Skin, Moderate: 6 x 10-pack (60 pads)
Hypoallergenic 100% Organic Cotton Panty Liners, Light Flow Plus (flat pack): 4 x 24-pack (96 liners)
Hypoallergenic 100% Organic Cotton Panty Liners, Light Flow Plus (individually wrapped): 24-pack
Organyc offer good value for money and a range of products with different absorbencies. However, because they use 100 percent cotton inside and out, the more absorbent pads are, well, a lot thicker than Natracare and Seventh Generation (who use more absorbent natural materials for the absorbent core). Similar to Seventh Generation, Organyc also only offer one shape and size of pantyliners, unlike Natracare who offer a much more diverse range. Organyc also recently relaunched as a brand, so it remains to be seen how committed they’ll be to their environmental and health promises. Indeed, while they claim to be vegan-certified, there’s no indication of who this certification is with, so it seems Organyc have a few things to do to get on top of branding and transparency.