Feminine care is so important. What you put in your body is just as important as what you use on your body. I've tried various pads, liners, etc., over the years, but recently, I've found a brand that has surpassed all others, and that brand is L..
L. is a brand that sells tampons, pads, liners, and condoms. I've tried their regular tampons, their ultra thin regular and ultra thin super pads, and their ultra thin liners. Their pads and liners are the best I've ever used and are by far my favorite on the market right now. In this post, I'll be focusing on their pads and liners and giving you the ins and outs to help you decide if this product is right for you (or maybe someone you know!).
Recently, I picked up L.'s regular pads. I first tried their super pads, but we'll get to that later on. There are 42 pads in a pack when you buy them from the store (you can customize your products on their website and subscribe!), and they're around $7. 42 pads for about $7 is a really good deal especially when they're free of chlorine, pesticides, and more and are made of organic cotton. My flow is pretty light, so I tend to opt for light/regular pads, and these are awesome.
All of L.'s pads and liners are super comfortable, and I truly forget I'm wearing a pad or liner when it's one of these ones. The wear time is the same for just about any other pad; my only complaint is that I wore the regular ones working out during an intense hour workout, and after my workout, the pad was a little torn on either side possibly from being on the elliptical or cycling. It wasn't a big deal, but they could be made to hold up a little better in my opinion.
The first pad product I tried from L. was their ultra thin super pads, and I tried these as I saw ultra thin and assumed that meant regular without further investigation. Nonetheless, they are super thin and very comparable to the regular pads, and I like these a lot. I haven't tried these for the gym yet, but i'm interested to see if they hold up better than the regular pads.
Last but not least, I picked up a pack of L.'s liners. There are 100 liners in the pack I purchased, and I paid around the same price that I did for the pads. I got all of these products from Target by the way. The liners are super thin, and they're great. They're pretty comparable to other liners I've tried from other brands, but these liners are a little more comfortable, and they're made with better ingredients. I purchased all of these products from Target as well.
Thank you for reading! I hope you enjoyed this post and/or that it helped you in some way.
Do you have any favorite feminine care products or recommendations?
R'Nelle CyRe' Collins