Our mission is to use the healing powers of nature to give you the tender, loving care

Ingredients of Lhamo Pads

Each herbal formula is derived from well known standard texts on traditional Chinese herbal methods that are still used to train state-licensed practitioners.

Here are just a few of the main ingredients and their known benefits.

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How to Choose a Sanitary Napkin that Suits You?

There is no one size fits all when it comes to choosing a sanitary pad. Some women only need a thin, small pad to absorb the menstrual blood. Others need a thick pad with wings just to get through a few hours. Ultra-thin pads are suitable for women with light to medium flow. Night pads are specially designed to protect you while sleeping.

Can I have a bath or shower while on my period?

There is an old wives’ tale that washing up on your period can cause complications. However, there is no truth behind this myth at all!

Can I be Pregnant if I’ve had my Period?

Periods are one of the most important signs that you're not pregnant, and it is highly unlikely to have a period during pregnancy. Let's talk about why.

How often should you Change your Pad during Periods?

The flow during your period varies from day to day, and there is no set frequency of changing sanitary pads. Most experts suggest that you change your pad every 8 hours.

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Is Your Pad Really 100% Cotton?

You probably have seen it everywhere: in advertisements, online, or on the packaging itself. The pads are “100%” made of cotton, and are therefore advertised as being made of cotton only. And yet, you would be surprised to hear the truth! 

Can you get Toxic Shock Syndrome by using Tampons?

Can you get Toxic Shock Syndrome by using Tampons? If you regularly change your tampon, you don't have to worry.

What to do if your private parts smell bad?

The sweat and dirt mix with the natural vaginal bacteria to create a musty smell. Wash your private parts every day with clean water, and pat dry before dressing up. Using an herb-infused pad during your periods is also great for odor control.

Your Comfortable Postpartum Care

At Lhamo, we care about your wellbeing and the environment. To this end, postpartum care is incredibly important, including how women care for their private parts after a very difficult and physically exhausting experience.

How can you use Ice Pads to relieve postpartum pain?

You can easily make ice pads at home to relieve postpartum pain. Simply sprinkle some water on a regular sanitary pad and freeze it for a few minutes. After it has been frozen, you can place the pad in your panty to soothe the inflammation and pain.

Dealing With Uncomfortable Odors

At Lhamo Pads, we understand the struggle of dealing with different odors. Odor can affect our confidence and can make us worried others can smell what we smell. Our 100% pure cotton, herbal-essence-infused pads fight period odor and urine odor. After all, we use them to fix many other problems, so why not this one?

Is it necessary to use a pad when you are not on your period?

You can wear a liner every day if you want to stay fresh and dry all day.

Introducing: Herbal-Infused Pads

Essence from plants such as rose, mint, lavender, aloe and houttuynia extracts can help to provide pain relief. Lhamo herbal-infused pads are a way to give your body the care it deserves.

Herbal Life

Best herbal tea for period care

Herbal tea is a fantastic alternative to using pain killers. Many herbs have natural soothing properties that help relieve cramps.

How does an antiviral essence work?

An antiviral essence can effectively prevent a virus  inside the body, and that too without the harmful side effects of prescription drugs.

Essential Oils That Help Period Cramps

Although some girls are lucky enough not to experience any kind of discomfort during their periods, others tend to apprehend the day their periods come for the opposite reason.

How Essential Oils Work in Our Brain?

Essential oils are highly concentrated plant extracts used for various medicinal purposes, and they help to heal and relax the body.