Accalia Reusable Period Pad – 3 Pack

  • Accalia Reusable Period Pad – 3 Pack
  • $ 38.00

The little black pad that you can always rely on. Keep some in your drawer and handbag for that time of the month.

The team at Conni have used their textiles expertise to develop a highly absorbent, waterproof backed, fully washable and reusable menstrual pads.

Packaged in a reusable waterproof bag, they are perfect for storing in handbags and school bags, never buy a disposable again!



AU/NZ Waist Hip
6 66cm 93cm
8 68cm 95cm
10 71cm 98cm
12 76cm 103cm
14 81cm 108cm
16 86cm 113cm
18 91cm 118cm
20 96cm 123cm
22 101cm 128cm
24 106cm 133cm
26 111cm 138cm


Aliya underwear is to be worn with a menstrual pad. Aliya's unique gusset "bridge" is designed to discreetly secure pad wings under, saving you from chafing and rubbing while the underwear also hosts a backup barrier for any accidental leaks you may experience.

Step 1. Open Menstrual Pad wing clip
Step 2. Feed wing clip under the bridge
Step 3. Clip the Menstrual Pad wing back together
Step 4. Flip the Menstrual Pad to ensure the clip is under the bridge and the Conni Micro Terry is against your skin.
Step 5. Pull underwear on and get on living your best life!

The Conni Story

Conni has been Australia’s most trusted and leading brand of reusable and machine washable incontinence management products for more than 15 years. Our team operates from our head office in Geelong Australia and we distribute all over the world and to every state and territory of Australia.

Conni is committed to value and reliability. We are sensitive about incontinence and promise to deliver innovative products to meet the changing needs of our valued customers.

We pride ourselves on having a customer focus mindset along with holding our environmental values highly.
Conni is certified by Oeko-Tex standard 100 and we ensure our factories meet the highest standards in staff welfare and environmental outcomes.

We are pleased to be able to assist you in your efforts to improve your quality of life and continence management.

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