Free shipping on all orders over £65

HOW PERIOD PANTIES WORK

Designed to look like regular underwear, our period pants incorporate additional layers of functional fabrics in the crotch area that absorb up to 4 regular tampons’ worth of flow and lock it away.

CERTIFIED LAYERS OF PROTECTION

ANSWERING YOUR MOST COMMON QUESTIONS

What is period underwear?

Period panties look and feel like a regular underwear and can be used for periods, postpartum, incontinence, workouts, and more. Washable and reusable, they are more sustainable alternative to conventional period products and are free of PFAS. Our unique fabric technology is made up of four different moisture-wicking, super absorbent, anti-microbial and leakproof layers to keep you dry all day long.

How much liquid do they hold?

They can hold up to 25ml or 4 regular tampons' worth of liquid.

Do I still need to wear a pad or tampon?

Our period undies have been designed to be a total replacement for disposable hygiene products.

You can also wear them in conjunction with tampons or cups for an added layer of protection.

How do I know when I need to change?

As with pads, it can be tricky to figure out how often you need to change your period underwear, but with a little trial and error, you'll find what works best for you. When wearing our period undies, you should feel dry as the blood is locked away. If you start to feel dampness, it's time to change into a fresh pair. Most women wear one pair throughout the day and switch to a fresh pair for bedtime. If you're a heavy bleeder, you'll likely need to change your period underwear more often – especially if you're not using any other period products. Depending on your flow our period undies can last you up to 12 hours.

How do I care for my period undies?

There are a few ways you can take care of your period undies. If you have several pairs and don’t want to wash them one by one during your cycle, simply rinse each pair out with cold water until the water runs clear and hang them to dry before tossing them in your laundry bag to be washed with the next load of clothes. Alternatively, you can hand-wash them with a bit of regular soap. Always air dry and don’t use fabric softener, as this will affect the absorbent technology.