THINX Period Undies Review
Change-Diapers received a pair of THINX to review. Post contains referral links and all opinions are our own. Thinx “Period Panties” aren’t ratty old granny panties you use on your period (ha), they’re underwear that can replace pads & tampons. Like some of you I was kind of like:
I had to know for myself. So, check out some photos (no, I didn’t model them – you’re welcome) and then read my “captain’s log.” Please be aware that there will be quite a bit of “TMI” in the interest of giving you the whole picture.
Sustainable Cycles is a not-for-profit organization sparking a grassroots movement towards sustainable menstrual products. During their cross country bike tours (Get it? “Cycles?”) they offer samples, education and troubleshooting to help women make the switch.
Post contains affiliate links. I hesitated to do this post because, well, it’s been done before. I felt the same way about my Cloth 101 post but it was a huge hit, so here I am. I had some icky squicky feelings about menstrual cups at first too, but once I found a menstrual cup for a low cervix, I became a total convert. So going on some of the things I’ve often heard, and some that I heard during a recent mainstream Facebook chat, here are some FAQs and their answers.
I received the Lunette cup earlier this year for free to review. I purchased the other cups myself. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post. All opinions are my own. Fair warning that if you don’t want to know about the state of my cervix or hear about vaginas & menstruation, it is in your best interest to click away now. Earlier this year, I published my size 2 Lunette Cup review. Unfortunately, it was just a smidgen too long for me, and I’ve been on the hunt for the right cup for me.