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Doubts about Period Panties

Solve your doubts about period panties

Period Panty Sizes

We recommend choosing the same size as your usual panties, as they are the same size. How do I measure my hips?. We recommend choosing a size smaller than your usual size, as they run large. We recommend choosing the same size as your usual panties,

How do period panties work?

Period panties absorb menstruation and prevent any leakage, keeping you protected at all times and eliminating the need for other menstrual hygiene products. You no longer have to choose between comfort and safety.

How should I wash and dry them?

Soak them in cold water for about 30 minutes to remove the blood. If it doesn't come off completely, you can use neutral soap and baking soda. Let them rest for a while longer and finally, wash them by hand or in the washing machine at a maximum temp

How long can I wear them for?

This will depend on the abundance of your flow. For some people this may be 8 hours, but others need to change them sooner. The moment you start to feel some wetness at the edges of your panties, it's time to put on new ones. As a tip, you can touch

Do they work if I have a very heavy flow?

Yes, there will be no problem. All of our period panties absorb the equivalent of 3 conventional tampons. If you have a very heavy flow, this simply means that you will need to change them more frequently.

How many will I need for each menstrual period?

While that is going to depend on your amount of flow and how long your period lasts, we recommend having a 3-pack of panties so you can test how they feel and how often you find it useful to change them. You should also consider whether you want to w

What is the difference between classic and seamless panties?

The difference between one model and the other lies in their design. The classic ones have seams and the others, as the name says, are seamless. It is a model that was designed to be even more comfortable and more similar to your usual panties.

What is the difference between period and incontinence panties??

The main difference is that incontinence briefs have a larger absorbency zone that covers up to the hips. The rest of the panties have a coverage area up to the buttocks. However, they all have the same level of absorbency and guarantee up to 8 hours

Do all your period panties have the same level of absorbency?

Yes, all our panties absorb the equivalent of 3 disposable tampons and offer up to 8 hours of total protection. The only ones in the collection that we recommend using at the beginning or end of your period are the thongs as they have less room to ab

Will I feel wet if I wear period panties?

Not at all, the top layer allows the blood to drain and be absorbed and stored in the next layer. This way the vulva is not in contact with the blood and the last layer stays soft and dry.

How do I know my period panty size?

Each of our panties has its size chart indicating the centimeters of the hip and waist so you can know exactly which one to choose. Depending on the model there may be small variations, so we recommend you always follow the size chart. If you still h

Can they be used as swimsuits?

No, we do not recommend using period panties in place of swimsuits as the type of fabric used in panties is different than swimsuits. Bikinis are designed specifically for use in the water. On the outside they are made of lycra like regular bikinis,

Can they be used for postpartum?

No problem at all. In fact, you will feel much more comfortable and confident wearing menstrual panties for postpartum. We even recommend wearing incontinence panties for these cases as they have a larger area of coverage and can make you feel more c

Can they be used to practice sports?

Yes, they can. Many customers do it every month and have left positive comments about it. We recommend first trying them on and, once you feel comfortable, try your favorite sporting activity with them.

My period panties have become stained over time, what can I do?

It may happen that after a period of time wearing your menstrual panties (3 months onwards perhaps), you might notice stains on them, even after washing them as directed. Unlike stains caused by poor washing, these are not traces of blood, but a disc