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Always Dailies Flexible Liners Feedback thread: non testers - add your thoughts on the small things that make a positive difference to your day for a chance to win £100 NOW CLOSED

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AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 25-Mar-14 09:19:45

This thread is for the 150 Mumsnetters who have been trying Always Dailies Flexible Liners.

Non testers: Add your thoughts on the small things that make a positive difference to your day for a chance to win £100.

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."

Non-testers: Share on this thread what, on an average day, are the small things that help boost your confidence, such as the use of a pantyliner, which keeps you feeling fresh and dry throughout the day. Everyone who shares their thoughts will be entered into a prize draw where one MNer will win £100 of Love2Shop vouchers.

Testers: Thank you to all of you who are taking part. Below are a few questions for you to answer but please feel free to add any other comments you have too.

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?

2. When using Always Dailies Pantyliners, did you feel any fresher or more comfortable and confident throughout the day? If so, why? If not, why not?

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?

4. If you are pregnant, would you recommend them to a pregnant or new mum whose body is going through a similar experience? If so, why? If not, why not?

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?

Every tester who adds their feedback to this thread will be entered into a prize draw where one MN tester will win a £200 Love2Shop voucher.

Thanks and good luck,

MNHQ

PS Send off for a free sample here if you would also like to try them! wink

meep Fri 18-Apr-14 07:42:12

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
They were good - thin and discreet

2. When using Always Dailies Pantyliners, did you feel any fresher or more comfortable and confident throughout the day? If so, why? If not, why not?
yes

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
yes

4. If you are pregnant, would you recommend them to a pregnant or new mum whose body is going through a similar experience? If so, why? If not, why not?
n/a

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
likely - but would probably buy the normal ones - as the difference was not something I noticed when using them

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
I didn't use

xxmissbrightsidexx Fri 18-Apr-14 11:32:17

Non tester

Small things that boost my day are my kids, and people with manners lol x

MadMonkeys Fri 18-Apr-14 15:00:09

Non tester - I feel more self confident when I have had chance to pick all the bits of dd2's breakfast out of my hair and wipe the sticky hand prints off my trousers...

Sarahsmith1017 Fri 18-Apr-14 15:28:58

Tester. 1. Overall impression was good. Not too thick and a good shape
2. Felt slightly fresher - was able to change the liner rather than my underwear 3. Yes 4. I would recommend them to friends who asked me for advice, however the subject of 'needing them ' when pregnant is not something that I was aware of before being pregnant because it isn't a common topic of conversation 5. I would use them again! 6. I didn't have a voucher included with them but if I did I would probably buy a nursing bra when I have given both

Fizzyplonk Fri 18-Apr-14 23:31:08

Non tester

Fresh flowers to look at- only ever buy whatever costs £2'

A 10-15 minutes in the garden, raking leaves, light weeding- leaves me calmer.

Cooking a new recipe, as I rely on old favourites far too much.

Sitting at the table to eat- without smart phones joining us.

A cold beer in the garden.

Uzma01 Sat 19-Apr-14 13:24:41

Non-tester.

I find that planning my day especially if there's a lot to do - boosts my confidence as I feel I achieve more when I plan things. Given that my DH is away a lot more for work - I need to ensure I'm being as productive as possible.

I already used Always Dailies - I tend to get one of the larger sizes but they're great to use; I like the lightly scented ones, they don't bunch up like some other brands I've tried & they're discreet enough not to be felt as I go about my day.

Non-tester I always wear a pantyliner everyday, it certainly gives me confidence everyday knowing that I'm always protected 'just in case'. I hate running out, I just don't have the same confident feeling.

IlonaRN Sun 20-Apr-14 12:39:56

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?

Pretty good overall - was very, very pleased they are not perfumed, as perfumed sanitary items just cause thrush!

2. When using Always Dailies Pantyliners, did you feel any fresher or more comfortable and confident throughout the day? If so, why? If not, why not?

Pleased that my pants did not get wet through, or that I could remove the liner and still have clean knickers!

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?

Very

4. If you are pregnant, would you recommend them to a pregnant or new mum whose body is going through a similar experience? If so, why? If not, why not?

N/A

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?

Highly likely

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?

A sports bra that fits!

beastling Wed 23-Apr-14 18:46:14

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?

Good- would have slightly preferred individually wrapped for storing in desk drawers etc but the product itself was great. Was delighted they weren't scented smile

2. When using Always Dailies Pantyliners, did you feel any fresher or more comfortable and confident throughout the day? If so, why? If not, why not?
Yes, definitely. Post ovulation, I experience quite heavy discharge (wow- TMI!), but these seemed to deal with that no problem!

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Yep- straight on with fresh pants post morning shower!

4. If you are pregnant, would you recommend them to a pregnant or new mum whose body is going through a similar experience? If so, why? If not, why not?
Not currently pregnant smile

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
Very likely- would rate these really highly vs competitors.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Hopefully a nice maternity bra if TTC works ;)

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 24-Apr-14 11:06:00

Thanks to everyone for adding their feedback and extra comments.

Am pleased to say the winning tester is starlight36 - she wins a £200 Love2Shop voucher!

The winning non tester is ComfyLeatherChair - she wins £100 of Love2Shop vouchers! Well done!

Rishi79 Tue 29-Apr-14 22:36:01

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?

- Thin - much pleased with the size, saved me from those "Drop-in" days! I like the way it was not perfumed. Something friendly to my sensitive skin.

2. When using Always Dailies Pantyliners, did you feel any fresher or more comfortable and confident throughout the day? If so, why? If not, why not?

Yes, Except few times, it didn't slip off the place and stayed well. I wear Panty liners most days due to the coil and this was much comfortable than my usual ones.

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Yes, Much Easy and very comfortable.

4. If you are pregnant, would you recommend them to a pregnant or new mum whose body is going through a similar experience? If so, why? If not, why not?

I am not pregnant but I have used panty liners after the delivery and still using. Would highly recommend.

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
Very Likely. Honestly, I might stock up when there is an offer. ;)

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Haven't received a voucher! Was there one? !! I love the swimsuits from Figleaves, Fit my Pregnancy and new mum body very well. smile

Rishi79 Tue 29-Apr-14 22:37:11

Apologies for the late Feedback! Laptop Screwed up and blessed with a new laptop now smile. Credits to Hubby !

melissa2828 Mon 05-May-14 12:46:55

What was your overall impression of always dailies pantyliners?
I didn't know I was wearing them they were comfortable

When using dailies pantyliners did you feel any fresher or more comfortable
And confident throughout the day?
Yes I did feel more fresher and comfortable throughout the day

Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Yes very easy to use and change though out the day

If you are pregnant would u recommend them to a pregnant or new mum whose body is going though similar experience?
Yes I would recommend them

How likely or unlikely to use them again?
Yes I would use them again

What did you or will you buy with your fig leaves voucher?
I have not used it yet but will use it to buy more always dailies pantyliners

Thank you for letting me take part in this test :-)

melissa2828 Mon 05-May-14 12:49:26

Sorry for late reply just moved house and only just got internet back on! :-)

melissa2828 Mon 05-May-14 12:49:41

Sorry for late reply just moved house and only just got internet back on! :-)

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