This is the first of a series of personal choices that will be dependent on what your body and period need. I've included as much information here as I can to help you make an informed choice.
Liner-for spotting or very light flow. Unlike many makers our light pads have a core so they will hold some liquid, making them a great choice for mild incontinence.
Light-for very light to light flow or days when you’re waiting to start. Compared to many other brands the light leans towards light/medium. This conscious choice was made as a lot of ladies I've worked with can be 'blobby' on their lighter days. The slightly more absorbent light pad gives you the security to know you can go for the thinner pad and not worry about leaking.
Medium- moderate absorbency. Suitable for many women’s average days. These are workhorse pads with rapid absorption and a fast drying time. Priced to be accessible especially in the middle lengths. Relatively thin in profile they are great everyday pads.
Heavy- suitable for most women’s heavy days and lighter overnights. A lot of time was spent developing these to be not much thicker than the medium but a lot more absorbent. I personally have a heavy flow and when I started with CSP I was quite resentful of the thickness of heavy pads which for me I use as a medium. For those with lighter flows they are a great night pad in the longer lengths. The hemp in the core really locks away the moisture.
V-Heavy- suitable for overnight wear, post partem and heavy days. Getting into the definite night pad zone. These guys are sturdy and built to take punishment, I put additional top stitching and flow guide channels on these pads to help prevent leaks.
Monster- I salute you sisters it can be grim. This pad has a staggered core to allow for a slimline look without compromising absorbency. Perfect for post partem, overnight and ‘those’ days. As a heavy girl who outbled most of her early 'night' and the 'post partem' pads, I ended up buying a lot of pads that simply weren't heavy enough. I wanted to develop a pad that really catered to heavy girls. The monster weight is that pad. It's been tested post partem. It's been tested with moderate night incontinence and I haven't had it beaten when the right length was selected.