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UK testers needed for Always Dailies Flexible Liners - £10 Figleaves voucher for all testers plus chance to win £200. NOW CLOSED

(65 Posts)
AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 05-Mar-14 16:21:09

We have been asked by the team at Always to find 150 Mumsnetters to put their new Always Dailies Flexible Liners to the test over the course of a week and report back on a thread on Mumsnet.

We know here at MNHQ Pantyliners are not something for everyone – but we also know many MNers buy and use them – either regularly or at specific times in their lives.

Always say "All women, whether they're pregnant or not, have some vaginal discharge – but during pregnancy and at other times of the month or at certain times in our lives, the amount of discharge often increases. This is perfectly normal and healthy and shows that your body is working correctly.

Always Dailies Pantyliners help to cope with the additional discharge – by locking away the moisture all day. These ultra-thin, breathable pantyliners absorb any moisture, and can be replaced whenever you want a boost of freshness and added comfort".

The test is open to everyone - the following groups may be specifically interested:

~ Mums to be
~ New mums – for example 3 to 6 months post partum
~ Current users of pantyliners
~ Those who have never bought them but who would like to try them
~ Those who have never considered wearing them
And anyone else who would like to try them!

If you're selected to take part you will be sent:

~ A 24 pack of Always Dailies Flexible Liners (RRP £1.55)

~ A £1 off coupon redeemable against a pack of Always Liners

~ AND a £10 Figleaves voucher – which you can spend on whatever you like from their gorgeous underwear ranges! (The vouchers are redeemable against any £40 spend on figleaves.com)

Selected testers will be asked to try the liners for a week or so and then to add feedback on a thread on Mumsnet – every tester who takes part will be entered into a prize draw where one tester will win a £200 Love2Shop voucher as a token of thanks.

If you’d like to take part please add your details here

Thanks and good luck

MNHQ

StarsInTheNightSky Wed 05-Mar-14 17:22:46

I'd be happy to be a tester. I'm currently 27 weeks pregnant and use liners everyday for ahem, freshness blush

StarsInTheNightSky Wed 05-Mar-14 17:23:49

I should add that I've never tried Always liners.

HanSolo Wed 05-Mar-14 17:25:42

Ooh- me! PLease thanks

Jcb77 Wed 05-Mar-14 19:24:13

Yup - happy to give them a go. Can be any worse that the current batch!

SandwichBag Wed 05-Mar-14 22:04:11

Happy to take part too (14 weeks pregnant)

nut3lla Wed 05-Mar-14 22:34:49

Popped out (wink via sunroof!) my 2nd baby nearly 9 weeks ago & continuing to use these daily at moment.

whohasnickedmyvodka Thu 06-Mar-14 10:02:37

Me please having a slight problem at the moment I would love to try them and see if it helps

meditrina Thu 06-Mar-14 12:04:23

Are they scented?

ouryve Thu 06-Mar-14 12:54:58

No pink on the packet, meditra, so probably not. Always are quite clear with their colour coding on this one.

I occasionally use some different always liners for spotting and very light perimenopausal menstrual flow, so it would be interesting to see how they compare.

Mar2010 Thu 06-Mar-14 12:56:59

I'd love to take part. I'm 20 weeks with number 2 and ventured in to the world of pantyliners for the first time ever just last week (not an Always brand though).

FrankUnderwood Thu 06-Mar-14 13:20:51

I'd love to take part too.

flymo79 Thu 06-Mar-14 14:17:12

I'd like to take part - I use liners every day and am 18 weeks pregnant, don't usually use always though (tend to be a supermarket own brand gal!)

LetItBeMe Thu 06-Mar-14 14:40:59

I be happy to be a tester. I'm 30 and just had first period after about 4 years without (implant/pregnancy/breastfeeding) so I'm finding out what works for me again. It's like being 15 again!

I'd like to take part please. Currently use shops own brand but would like to try something new smile

babybrain12 Thu 06-Mar-14 15:38:10

Please send. Periods have returned after pregnancy / breastfeeding.

nc060 Thu 06-Mar-14 15:54:29

I have completed the survey monkey, would love to test this!

kezza1979 Thu 06-Mar-14 16:27:19

Would love to try them out I had twins just over a year ago and don't currently use anything

ProfondoRosso Thu 06-Mar-14 16:52:39

Signed up! smile

henbane Thu 06-Mar-14 17:49:13

I'd like to apply - I'm post-menopausal & normally just use liners when travelling, but now I'm using them all the time as I've just finished a course of chemotherapy and find that with no hair to - um - absorb...
(TMI perhaps?)

Gatogris Thu 06-Mar-14 18:14:16

I would like to try them. smile

sunderland123 Thu 06-Mar-14 18:15:25

yes i would love try them

largerleon Thu 06-Mar-14 18:30:06

Signed up for myself and on behalf of my daughter who is 'of that age' .... smile

Distracted Thu 06-Mar-14 19:29:17

Sign me up

Milliways Thu 06-Mar-14 19:48:22

Yes please (I currently use other brands)

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