I’ve never underestimated sanitary napkins and pantyliners. I remember, since the beginning when I’ve started earning on my own, I always invest in quality napkins and liners and I stock up a lot. Especially now that my daughters are also in their puberty stage, I know how important it is for us to have enough supply of these hygiene essentials.
What qualities do I look for when I buy sanitary napkins and pantyliners?
I have tried almost all brands available in the market so I’m fairly knowledgeable when it comes to knowing which brands are pricey but quality as opposed to cheap in price but cheap in quality at the same time. So what I do is I buy a variety of brands and use them depending on how heavy the flow will be.
1st day – I use thin and affordable napkins since there’s still a very light flow of bleeding.
2nd-3rd day – I use regular thick pads during the day and I buy the not so pricey but quality pads since I change at leat 3 times during the day. I use quality thick pads (large and long pads, the type which protects even the buttocks) to make sure that I won’t stain my sheets during the night.
4th day – I use quality regular pads, those which eliminate odor, because I noticed that during the end days of my period, that’s when the blood smells nastier compared to previous days.
For panty liners, I always tell my daughters to use one and replace them as often as needed for them to feel comfortable all day.
The difference of Jeunesse
Then I recently tried Jeunesse and was very glad to have come to know this brand. I like the quality of its cotton, one which doesn’t shred even when it is soaked. It has a neutral scent when it’s fresh and when it’s used, it still smells the same, which means it effectively removes odor.
But the main difference of Jeunesse is its anion strips. Anion strips, the colored strips that we see in the middle of the napkins and liners, are made with anion. Anions, are what you call “Vitamins of the Air” and these are negative ions which increase blood flow in the brain and helps boost energy making women mentally alert, happy and maybe more tolerant to pain. They also help protect agains germs and eliminate bad odor. These are all perfect for us to combat mood swings during our red days.
I’ve tried Jeunesse sanitary pads on my last period. Previously, on my heavy days, my vulva usually feels sore and painful. But when I used Jeunesse, this painful period was lessened. I couldn’t even remember having this heavy feeling down under during my period.
Try Jeunesse Anion next time you buy and let me know what you liked most about this brand, ok?