The Hey Girls High Rise Period Pants are great for:
- Average-heavy days
- Over night use.
- They hold 25ml of fluid which is approximately 4-5 tampons worth.
- Can be worn up to 10-12 hours
Hey Girls Super Soft Cherry High Rise Overview
The Super Soft Cherry is designed to be as comfy as it is protective with a super high-rise design that offers ultimate security and a stylish elasticated waist band.
Made from soft sustainable bamboo and organic cotton
fabric, Hey Girls pants are lined with an extra super absorbent layer
meaning you can have a convenient and leakproof cycle. With no need for additional period protection, these are the most sustainable choice.
Hey Girls Period Pants are sized in alignment with standard UK Sizes.
Hey Girls Period Pants Fabric
- Body: 95% sustainable bamboo, 5% Spandex
- Middle: 80% polyester, 20% Nylon/TPU (leak-resistant layer)
- Lining: 95% organic cotton, 5% Spandex
- Drawstring bag: 100% biodegradable and completely compostable
- Toxic chemicals
- Perfumes or azo dye
1. When you’re finished using your first pair, rinse and twist them under cold water until the water runs clear – this helps protect the fabric.
2. When you’re ready to put on a dark wash, pop your pants into a 30℃ – 40℃ cycle (if you have a delicates bag, even better!). Do not use fabric softener when washing the pants as this can lessen the absorbency of the gusset fabric. You could even try using an eco-friendly washing detergent, or hand-wash with natural soap.
3. Once your pants are clean and fresh, hang them up to air dry or even pop them on a radiator to speed up the process. This is a tumble-dryer-free zone! As we use only the best technical fabric, our pants shouldn’t take more than a day or night to dry.
About Hey Girls!
Hey Girls! are an award-winning ‘buy one, donate one’ social enterprise, producing environmentally-friendly period products that fund the fight to end period poverty in the UK. A multi-million-pound Scottish community interest company, Hey Girls was initially established in 2018 by Celia Hodson and her two daughters Kate and Bec as a kitchen table start up after experiencing period poverty themselves. All of their profits go towards funding the fight for equal periods for everyone.