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The 5 Best Washable Panty Liners Of 2023

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This post is a compilation of the best washable panty liners in the market this year (based on my research and readings), in the hope to help your switch from disposable panty liners to washable ones easier.

Just like disposable menstrual pads, disposable panty liners contain harmful chemicals such as dioxins, furans, pesticide residues, plastics, and fragrances.

They also produce a very huge amount of waste globally. You can read my detailed post about washable menstrual pads where I also write about the nasty, harmful chemicals present in the feminine pads that we are using.

Switching to washable panty liners is another small step in getting greener. It’s not only good for the skin and the planet but for the wallet, as well. A total win-win!

What Are Panty Liners And What Are They For?

Panty liners are basically very thin versions of menstrual pads and they are used by women to absorb everyday vaginal discharges, unexpected light period flow, light spotting, post-intercourse, discharges, and staining at the beginning and end of monthly periods.

Many women also use panty liners along with tampons and menstrual pads for extra protection against leaks and spills.

While menstrual pads are only used during the monthly period, there are women who use panty liners on a daily basis. So, switching to washable ones is a very practical idea.

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The Best Washable Panty Liners Of 2022


Natissy panty liners are made in Europe by a family-owned company using only natural materials and these are pretty strong and durable since they can be machine washed at 95°C.

This pack comes with 7 washable, super-thin panty liners (18×8 cm) that are perfect for everyday use with organic cotton that is super soft against your intimate part.

With proper care and maintenance, these panty liners are estimated to last for more or less 5 years according to the manufacturer.


This pack comes with 5 washable panty liners that are made of 100% certified organic cotton (OCS certified), which means no toxins, chlorine, pesticides, or fragrance.

They are made with 2 layers of absorbent cotton that helps in regulating unpleasant odors and irritation. They are comfortable, breathable, and hypoallergenic. Each liner has a snap closure to keep the liner in place.

Washing is very easy because you can just include them in your regular laundry.

Short info about OCS according to Control Union: It stands for Organic Content Standard and applies to any non-food product containing 95-100 percent organic material. It verifies the presence and amount of organic material in a final product and tracks the flow of the raw material from its source to the final product.


These are made in South Korea and the pack comes with 3 panty liners that are made of organic cotton (OCS certified) and natural unbleached cotton.

The panty liners are very thin and hypoallergenic which means that they’re very convenient for everyday use.

It is suggested by the manufacturer that the panty liners be washed once or twice before using them for the first time.

They become softer and the absorption increases as they are washed. They can be machine washed and tumble dry on low or line dry. With proper care and maintenance, they are estimated to last for 5 years.


These panty liners are made in Turkey and it comes in a pack with 3 washable panty liners (9cm long; 16cm wide). They come in 3 color options: natural, black, and garden.

The top layer that touches the skin is made of 100% organic cotton flannel material for absorption and the bottom layer is made of PUL (polyurethane laminated polyester) for leak protection.

Imse Vimse panty liners and their other menstrual products have OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certification, which means that they are free from harmful chemicals and safe for use.


This pack comes with 5 washable panty liners (7″ long; 2.5″ wide). The top layer is made with soft bamboo fiber for absorption and odor neutralization, while the bottom layer is made of PUL for leak protection. The black color is a bonus to many women for hiding stains.


Is it OK to wear panty liners everyday?

It depends. According to Lucky Pads, women are not advised to wear disposable panty liners everyday because doing so might increase the chances of getting a vaginal infection which results in burning, itching, and thick discharges.

But, if you are using washable panty liners that are made of the right materials (cotton and bamboo), Lucky Pads said that it’s OK to use them everyday.

photo of folded underwear on the left and a photo of one of the best washable panty liners in color purple

How often should you change the panty liner?

Woman’s World recommends changing the panty liner as often as possible (when it starts to feel moist), which is approximately once every 3-5 hours.

Are washable panty liners safe?

Washable panty liners are generally safe to use since they are not made of chemicals and fragrances, like disposables. Lucky Pads advises women to:

“look for reusable cloth panty liners that use top and absorption layers made from unbleached and undyed organic cotton. And to make sure to avoid any reusable cloth panty liners that are scented. Scented panty liners are often treated with chemicals that can irritate your skin”.

How do you wash reusable panty liners?

Reusable panty liners can be machine-washed or hand washed. If it has a bit of blood staining, you can rinse it with cold water first until the water runs clear before tossing them into the laundry. But if it’s just white discharges, then you can just throw them directly into the wash. It’s advisable to air/sun dry them.

Do panty liners cause UTIs?

According to The Well by Northwell, you should change frequently when using panty liners because the bacteria that collects on the pads (due to not changing frequently) might lead to urinary tract infection (UTI).

How To Choose The Right Washable Panty Liners

Choosing the right washable panty liners is easier compared to washable menstrual pads because there are lesser options to choose from.

SIZE. There is only one option available for panty liners, and no sizes for moderate or heavy flow. Make sure that it says PANTY LINERS because oftentimes, especially in online shopping, items are shown, but you have to manually select the “panty liner” option.

FABRIC. Most panty liners are made of cotton and bamboo. But it is advisable to choose ones that are made of organic cotton to make sure that they’re as natural and chemical-free as they can be, especially if you wear them everyday.

Final Thoughts: Best Washable Panty Liners

If you are already using washable menstrual pads, consider switching to washable panty liners, as well, to add to your greener eco-friendly feminine products. If you are still planning to make the switch, check the best washable menstrual pads and find out the right washable pads for you.

If you are one of those who use panty liners everyday, switching to washable ones is really a practical one because it will save you money in the long run and it’s also good for your skin and our planet.

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  1. I believe wearing a panty liner is a big deal and not so comfortable for women and the need for a skin friendly one is a welcome idea. This post is quite interesting and what amazes the most is that washable panty liners are eco friendly and free from chemicals and other harmful substances. I find the DUTCHESS BAMBOO CHARCOAL WASHABLE PANTY LINERS really helpful and convenient.

  2. I have heard of washable menstrual pads, but not panty liners, but it makes sense; if there are washable menstrual pads, then why shouldn’t there be washable panty liners, right? 😉 I like the first three ones, but the others also look good. Is the bamboo fiber that is used for the Duchess Bamboo Charcoal panty liners also eco friendly? I don’t wear panty liners all the time, perhaps only one or two days before menstruation starts. I have heard about the chemicals that are in menstrual pads, tampons, and panty liners, so although I am still using disposable menstrual pads, I would like to switch to washable ones too, same for panty liners. I will bookmark this page, so I can come back to it later. 

    1. Hello Christine! Washable panty liners and washable menstrual pads really make sense. 🙂 Yes, bamboo fiber is considered eco-friendly because bamboos are grown with fewer fertilizers and chemicals and they grow at a rapid rate.

      If you make the switch to washable menstrual pads, then it also makes sense to switch into washable panty liners. 🙂

  3. Haha, I imagine this looks really odd for a guy looking into panty liners, haha. But I swear just the other day we had a constructive discussion as to how we could create less waste. And this was one of the aspects to tackle. To that end, I absolutely loved the first option on your list. Plus, we’re from Europe so we probably should be able to get them even cheaper than that. Personally, I really like the idea that one can wash them at 95°C. I appreciate it, cheers.

    1. I can totally understand about the odd feeling of a guy looking into pantyliners, hehe! But thank you for sharing your ideas about it. Yes, the natissy pantyliners are great option and it’s a plus that it’s made in Europe. 

  4. I never knew that reusable panty liners were even a “thing”!  I like this idea, though, as I don’t think many women think about how much damage the disposable ones can do to their bodies as well as the earth.  You mention that these are cotton and some are backed with bamboo or polyester so I have to ask how leakproof they are.   I know any type can overflow but how do they compare to the disposable ones with the plastic backing?

    1. Hello Cynthia, the top part of the pantyliners (the one touching the private part) are made of either cotton or bamboo and the bottom part is made of PUL (polyurethane laminated polyester) a leak-proof material, so they are as leak-proof as the disposable ones, if not better. 

  5. Although it’s not the nicest topic to discuss, it is unfortunately one of everyday issues of being a woman that we must deal with. I have to say that after having three children I ofter feel the need to wear panty liners on a daily basis and it id definitely not the most comfortable or pleasant thing in the world to do. These look like a fantastic option and the fact that they are eco friendly is an added bonus. Thank you. Brilliant site.

    1. Hello Sofia, I totally agree that it’s not the nicest topic, but definitely has to be dealt with. And I am happy that you find washable pantyliners an option to your panty liner needs. God bless.

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