FLO x Sex Education | Women's Hip Hugging, Period/Leakproof, Flow-Absorbing, Washable Underwear Briefs | Made from Better Cotton | Black - XS (UK 6) FLUN-B-XS

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FLO x Sex Education | Women's Hip Hugging, Period/Leakproof, Flow-Absorbing, Washable Underwear Briefs | Made from Better Cotton | Black - XS (UK 6) FLUN-B-XS

FLO x Sex Education | Women's Hip Hugging, Period/Leakproof, Flow-Absorbing, Washable Underwear Briefs | Made from Better Cotton | Black - XS (UK 6) FLUN-B-XS

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If you're after something which feels secure for up to 10 hours and is genuinely stretchy and breathable, I'd absolutely recommend these popular period pants from WUKA. However, its new incontinence pants range does include silver in the form of a PolyFresh antimicrobial treatment (silver chloride).

After you're done with them for the day, rinse them in cold water, then handwash or gentle cold (30°) machine wash them without fabric softener, and hang them out to dry (no tumble drying, please! In December 2021, we surveyed users of period pants to find out what they liked and disliked, and how they rated the brands they'd used on factors such as leak protection, comfort and value for money. I have a medium flow, and manage around eight hours in one pair of period pants before I start feeling uncomfortable.The breathable bamboo makeup means no more sour period odour, and the extended absorbent pad up towards your tailbone provides extra security. Sure, for quite some time, period underwear of this kind was shunned for being smelly, ugly, nappy-like and prone to leakages. A standout for soaking up fluid effectively and drying in a flash, these pants prevented pesky leakages for 92% of our panel.

We've listed the brands which state they do contain silver below, and our test findings where relevant, so you can make an informed choice. From our panel of testers, 91% described them as silky-soft and said they’d make these their go-to for their next period.I love the stretchy and high-rise elasticated waistband, the full coverage – yet how high they still sit on your legs. They feature anti-bacterial and anti-odour layers to keep you feeling fresh and clean too, while they also claimed to hold eight tampons’ worth of blood. Marks and Spencers' Say Pants To The Tax campaign aims to change that – and some retailers like TESCO now cover the tax for you. Claiming to hold two to three tampons’ worth of fluid, these WUKA briefs -- which are made from sustainably sourced fabric - kept all of our panel leak-free.

Five years later – in the mid 2010s – things got a little more high-tech, and a small number of menstrual-care brands began to add absorbent period pants to their product offerings.The environmental saving of switching to a more sustainable period product like reusable pants or pads is vast. Putting them in a delicate garment bag is also a good idea, but don't include any fabric softener, as this can affect the absorbency levels of the pants.

They are bulky and more about making a statement with the middle finger sign printed on them - saddos. We’ve said Farewell to Sex Education: the middle finger on the back has been swapped for our signature FLO heart and we’ve kept the waistband cute and colourful.

To celebrate 10 years of Modibodi, the global leaks apparel brand has a huge 30% off its most loved items from 21 st – 30 th September. Wuka was another of the early online pioneers of period pants, and has a large range of styles, all of which it says are made from sustainable materials, including organic cotton, Tencel modal and fabric made from plastic ocean waste.



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