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Seventh Generation Personal Care True Club Rating

Product Description

  • Chlorine Free

Maxi Pads, Overnight / with Wings

  • Not whitened with chlorine
  • Safer for sensitive skin-no dyes or fragrances
  • Soft, cloth-like cover for comfort
  • Reliable protection for overnight or heavy flow
  • Secure, no-slip adhesive with wings for best fit

Most pads and pantiliners use absorbent fibers that have been bleached with chlorine, creating dangerous toxins, like...

  • Chlorine Free

Maxi Pads, Overnight / with Wings

  • Not whitened with chlorine
  • Safer for sensitive skin-no dyes or fragrances
  • Soft, cloth-like cover for comfort
  • Reliable protection for overnight or heavy flow
  • Secure, no-slip adhesive with wings for best fit

Most pads and pantiliners use absorbent fibers that have been bleached with chlorine, creating dangerous toxins, like dioxin. Studies have shown a direct link between dioxin exposure and cancer, birth defects, and reproductive disorders. The absorbent fibers in Seventh Generation pads and pantiliners are totally chlorine free. We also use a natural absorbent material derived from wheat. You've made a healthy choice for your body -

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Product Ingredients

Contents: absorbent materials, polyolefins, adhesives, and a silicone-coated paper. The top layer is a non-woven polyolefin cover sheet. The absorbent...
Contents: absorbent materials, polyolefins, adhesives, and a silicone-coated paper. The top layer is a non-woven polyolefin cover sheet. The absorbent materials consist of chlorine free wood pulp, and Lysorb, an absorbent gel. Lysorb, also known as SNAP (super absorbent natural polymer), is a polysaccharide derived from wheat.
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Seventh Generation

Chorine Free Maxi Pads
Overnight With Wings - 14 Pads

Manufacturer Based in Vermont

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Diapers, all-purpose Cleaner, dish soap and detergent, cleaning and baby wipes

Why it's used

It's a known irritant, Sodium Hypochlorite is suspected of causing asthma, according to the Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics.

What to watch out for

Chlorine is used as a cleaner and bleaching agent

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Body care and hair care products, cosmetics, cleaners, wipes

Why it's used

Dye is used as coloring

What to watch out for

It's frequently unlabeled on ingredient lists but can be comprised of a mix of several different colors, some of which have been linked to carcinogenic effects

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Body care and hair care products, cosmetics, cleaners, wipes

Why it's used

Fragrance is used as a catch-all term to refer to any number of natural and chemical ingredients and blends

What to watch out for

In addition to natural essences, fragrance can contain synthetic chemicals hidden in the blend, also know as Parfum

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Cosmetics, creams, lotions, cleansers, hair products

Why it's used

Retinyl Palmitate, or Vitamin A, is an antioxidant added to skin products because manufacturers believe it slows skin aging.

What to watch out for

Studies have found that vitamin A contributes to excess skin growth (hyperplasia), and in sunlight can cause the production of free radicals that can damage DNA, and is also known as Vitamin A, Retinoids, Retinol, Retinol Acetate, Retinol Palmitate, Retin

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Plastic bottles and containers

Why it's used

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is used in plastic bottles and food containers

What to watch out for

It's often mixed with phthalates, a toxic additive that makes plastic more flexible.

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Usually found on the bottom of plasitc and cardboard containers,

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Product Description

Chlorine Free Maxi Pads, Overnight / with Wings Not whitened with chlorine Safer for sensitive skin-no dyes or fragrances Soft, cloth-like cover for comfort Reliable protection for overnight or heavy flow Secure, no-slip adhesive with wings for best fit Most pads and pantiliners use absorbent fibers that have been bleached with chlorine, creating dangerous toxins, like dioxin. Studies have shown...
  • Chlorine Free

Maxi Pads, Overnight / with Wings

  • Not whitened with chlorine
  • Safer for sensitive skin-no dyes or fragrances
  • Soft, cloth-like cover for comfort
  • Reliable protection for overnight or heavy flow
  • Secure, no-slip adhesive with wings for best fit

Most pads and pantiliners use absorbent fibers that have been bleached with chlorine, creating dangerous toxins, like dioxin. Studies have shown a direct link between dioxin exposure and cancer, birth defects, and reproductive disorders. The absorbent fibers in Seventh Generation pads and pantiliners are totally chlorine free. We also use a natural absorbent material derived from wheat. You've made a healthy choice for your body -

Read MoreRead Less

Product Ingredients

Contents: absorbent materials, polyolefins, adhesives, and a silicone-coated paper. The top layer is a non-woven polyolefin cover sheet. The absorbent...
Contents: absorbent materials, polyolefins, adhesives, and a silicone-coated paper. The top layer is a non-woven polyolefin cover sheet. The absorbent materials consist of chlorine free wood pulp, and Lysorb, an absorbent gel. Lysorb, also known as SNAP (super absorbent natural polymer), is a polysaccharide derived from wheat.
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Chlorine Free

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Diapers, all-purpose Cleaner, dish soap and detergent, cleaning and baby wipes

Why it's used

It's a known irritant, Sodium Hypochlorite is suspected of causing asthma, according to the Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics.

What to watch out for

Chlorine is used as a cleaner and bleaching agent

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Dye Free

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Found In

Body care and hair care products, cosmetics, cleaners, wipes

Why it's used

Dye is used as coloring

What to watch out for

It's frequently unlabeled on ingredient lists but can be comprised of a mix of several different colors, some of which have been linked to carcinogenic effects

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Fragrance Free

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Found In

Body care and hair care products, cosmetics, cleaners, wipes

Why it's used

Fragrance is used as a catch-all term to refer to any number of natural and chemical ingredients and blends

What to watch out for

In addition to natural essences, fragrance can contain synthetic chemicals hidden in the blend, also know as Parfum

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PVC Free

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Found In

Plastic bottles and containers

Why it's used

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is used in plastic bottles and food containers

What to watch out for

It's often mixed with phthalates, a toxic additive that makes plastic more flexible.

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Retinyl Palmitate Free

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Found In

Cosmetics, creams, lotions, cleansers, hair products

Why it's used

Retinyl Palmitate, or Vitamin A, is an antioxidant added to skin products because manufacturers believe it slows skin aging.

What to watch out for

Studies have found that vitamin A contributes to excess skin growth (hyperplasia), and in sunlight can cause the production of free radicals that can damage DNA, and is also known as Vitamin A, Retinoids, Retinol, Retinol Acetate, Retinol Palmitate, Retin

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Certified B Corporation

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B Corps are companies certified to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency.

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Cruelty Free

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At True Club, we only stock Cruelty Free products. Products are certified by either PETA or the Leaping Bunny Program, or by companies verifying directly that they do not test on animals

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Made in USA

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Indicates whether a product was manufactured in the U.S.

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Recyclable

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Why it's used

Indicates whether a products packaging is recycable

What to watch out for

Usually found on the bottom of plasitc and cardboard containers,

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