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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

AndHarry Tue 25-Mar-14 09:57:44

I feel much more comfortable when I'm wearing an adequate moisturiser. I hate the tight itchy feeling when it isn't strong enough!

yasmin0147 Tue 25-Mar-14 11:28:12

Tester
1. They were alright, a lot like tena
2. I just felt normal, no fresher no worse
3.yes
4.n/a
5.quite likely
6.i didnt use it

peldred Tue 25-Mar-14 11:29:34

I was pleased with them. I definitely felt more comfortable and fresher and it was easy to see it being part of my everyday routine. I am very likely to use them again. I have yet to use my Figleaves voucher!

OsMalleytheCat Tue 25-Mar-14 11:32:05

Hi, I was picked as a tester!

1. Overall I was impressed with the product, my cycle is very irregular since the birth of my baby and they were comfortable and discreet enough to wear every day and sufficient enough to catch any spotting or anything.

2. I definitely felt more comfortable and cleaner during the day and as a result more confident- I had no worries about any odours escaping.

3. Yep, went on with my knickers in the morning after my shower.

4. Not pregnant but only had my son 6 months ago and wish I'd had them whilst I was pregnant, would definitely recommend to other women.

5. Will definitely be buying them again!

6. Haven't and probably won't use my fig leaves voucher, still nursing so need nursing bras as big as houses!

MinesAPintOfTea Tue 25-Mar-14 11:34:32

Tester

1. Reasonably good quality. I was very glad they were unperfumed.

2. They kept their shape/quality well through the day, no disintegrating

3. Yes but I normally use liners

4. Not pregnant and don't talk about such things to my friends

5. Fairly likely if I find a good deal on them.

6. Will buy 1-2 better fitting bras

JS06 Tue 25-Mar-14 11:37:11

I'm a tester.

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners? Really discreet, tiny pantyliners which are effective

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?
Felt fresher and more comfortable during the course of the day.

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Yes, as easy a part of the routine as any other aspect, quick to use and no hassle at all.

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'm not pregnant or a new Mum but would recommend them to others to try for themselves, decent cost, great availability

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

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Will buy something for Mother's Day for my own Mum.

isitme1 Tue 25-Mar-14 11:39:46

Non tester
I feel more confident when I know if I 'leak' its staying on a panty liner
Tmi I know but im pregnant and have way more discharge than normal so panty liners help. Will try these and see how they are.
I also feel more confident if when ive applied my makeup it doesn't look dried out (have dry skin so looots of moisturising involved and use a dewy spray too make me look less dry)

Bubbles85 Tue 25-Mar-14 11:40:59

Tester

1. The liners were very good, and on offer at £1 were very good value.

2. Yes, I definitely felt fresher, more comfortable and more confident knowing it was there.

3. Yes, they were simple & easy to use as part of my routine - I put one one after my shower in the morning when putting on clean clothes.

4. N/A.

5. Yes, I will continue to use them as I really liked them.

6. I didn't use my Figleaves voucher.

ibbydibby Tue 25-Mar-14 11:41:01

Tester.

1. Looked good, though may need to re-think packaging, given the number of us that received squashed boxes! (PAckaging looked smart though)

2. They were thinner than my usual brand, and so I didn't feel as fresh & comfortable during the day as usual.

3. Yes, easily incorporated into daily routine.

4. Not pregnant, and would probably not recommend to pregnant friend if appropriate conversation came up, because I think there are better products available.

5. Very unlikely.

6. Not used voucher yet, as have little opportunity for shopping recently. Looking forward to using it though so thanks for this!

MAsMum Tue 25-Mar-14 11:42:08

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

There were thin and comfortable.

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?

I felt fresh but am not sure I would feel confident that they would be absorbent enough if I was pregnant.

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

Yes , definitely

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?

Very likely

I haven't used my figleaves voucher yet but will probably get a nice new T shirt bra to wear under my lightweight tops for the spring/summer!

starrynight123 Tue 25-Mar-14 11:45:28

1. I preferred them to the Boots own-brand ones that I have been wearing and will switch to them when I next need to buy some.

2. Yes, I really did. They were comfortable to wear and kept me fresh.

3. Yes.

4. Yes, most definitely. I like the fact that they have the adhesive all the way around the edge of the liner, rather than just along the centre as many do. This made them stay in place and they don't occasionally catch pubic hairs which can be really painful/uncomfortable!

5. Very likely.

6. Nursing bra(s).

purplecoyote Tue 25-Mar-14 11:46:23

I actually liked these! I am pregnant and do find that even at this later stage I knicker watch a lot, so having a liner in is something of a reassurance I suppose.
I found them discreet, not irritating my skin and they stayed put which is all one can ask for! I will be getting some more I think, and I don't consistently use liners, just on days when I feel 'less fresh'.

cassie007 Tue 25-Mar-14 11:50:44

Tester
1. Good quality, comfortable.
2. I felt fresher during the day.
3. I though that they were very easy to use as part of an everyday routine.
4. n/a
5. Highly likely.
6. Nightwear.

justmuddlingalong Tue 25-Mar-14 11:52:38

Tester.
1. Neat, good stickability, non perfumed.
2. Felt fresher and very comfortable.
3. Took 2 seconds in morning routine.
4. N/A
5. Will definitely buy these again.
6. New knickers.

Thank you for the sample and the vouchers. grin

ParisStilton Tue 25-Mar-14 11:53:39

1. After testing these my overall impression of this product is a good quality liner that is comfortable, reliable and delivers on its promises.
2. They provided all day long comfort and felt very comfortable. I felt 'fresh' when wearing them.
3. Very easy and simple to use as part of a daily routine.
4. N/A
5. I will continue to use these in the future, especially if somewhere like Boots do them on a 3 for 2 promotion.
6.I have not used my Figleaves voucher yet, too indecisive to know what to get!

pussycatdoll Tue 25-Mar-14 11:55:52

Non tester

Small things that help boost my confidence are having a good hair day & a stranger holding a door open for me or saying thank you when I hold a door open for them .

Lent1l Tue 25-Mar-14 12:03:03

TMI Alert!!!

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Currently 34 weeks pregnant and I was very impressed. I have been using another brand during pregnancy, due to heavier discharge but found that these are slimmer, stay in place better and seemed to cope better as well.

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?
I felt a lot more comfortable. Without using anything I would be changing underwear several times a day currently! These are very discreet, and I hardly noticed I was wearing them.

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Absolutely, put the box in the underwear drawer so could bring one out with clean underwear each morning.

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 would recommend them as they seem to cope well with the issues I have been having whilst pregnant. I certainly felt fresher and cleaner all day using them.

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
I will definitely be looking out for them and continue to use them. Will also now consider the brand as an alternative to my usual when periods start again. I only wish they did a maternity pad as I imagine that would also be very good, and from memory you need something reliable to see you through several weeks after you've given birth and most on offer are very bulky.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
I have not used it - well I'm into the last 6 weeks of pregnancy so I'm changing shape on an almsot daily basis. By the time I'd ordered anything it probably wouldn't fit!

Pandsbear Tue 25-Mar-14 12:07:46

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Relieved that they were unperfumed. I use lots of liners and these were good -size/fit/absorbency.

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?
More comfortable than some of the other liners I have used - no irritation and no rucking up.

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?*
Not pg. Probably I would recommend if asked!

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
Very likely - especially if they are on offer...If full price vs some of the other brands I would buy them in preference. But don't add perfume please!

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Haven't used yet.

snowymum12 Tue 25-Mar-14 12:17:29

1) I think they are probably the best panty liners I have used. They feel ok when you are wearing them and keep you feeling fresh.
2) I definitely felt fresher when using Always panty liners. They made me feel much more confident when going out and about too as my bladder is weak during pregnancy.
3) the panty liners are really simple to use. I would like them to be individually wrapped but just put them into a little bag when taking them out and about.
4) yes I'd definitely recommend them to other pregnant ladies who are suffering from bladder weakness or, ahem, increased discharge. They just make you feel much more comfortable.
5) I will definitely continue to use them throughout this pregnancy.
6) I didn't receive a fig leaves voucher....but would use it for some nice post pregnancy underwear!

JuniperTisane Tue 25-Mar-14 12:19:20

1. Much the same as any other liners, maybe a bit thinner.
2. Fresher around mid-cycle when there is more discharge, otherwise about the same as usual really.
3. Yes. Nothing complicated about ripping off the backing and sticking the pad to knickers. I keep forgetting they are in the cupboard though so everyday routine isn't exactly true here.
4. Not pregnant, I would recommend them though, inasmuch as I would recommend any liner.
5. Not likely, too expensive. I do tend towards the Tesco 22p/30 liners end of the spectrum though so these would have to do party tricks to make me spend more money.
6. I will buy a bra. Or a swimming costume. Or maybe some pants.

MrJollyLivesNextDoor Tue 25-Mar-14 12:33:36

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
They were very slim, and did the job very well. They stuck really well too.

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?
I wear a pantyliner most days, and these were really effective and discreet. So yes I would say I felt fresh and comfortable.

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

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'm not pregnant but I would recommend them to my pregnant friends/family

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

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
I haven't used it

JabberJabberJay Tue 25-Mar-14 12:55:21

I was a Tester.

1. They were fine. Nice and thin and comfortable. But I found they curled a the edges a bit which I didn't like.

2. I always wear pantyliners and felt the same level of confidence and freshness with these as I would wearing my usual brand (Carefree).

3. Yes.

4. N/A

5. I am quite likely to buy these liners again. I ddidn't like them as much as my usual Carefree but would buy these if they were on offer.

6. I haven't used the Figleaves voucher yet.

DinoSnores Tue 25-Mar-14 13:05:13

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

Unperfumed which was nice, thin and comfortable, didn't notice them on (in a good way)

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?

Very comfortable so I didn't notice wearing them.

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?

I can't imagine discussing this with my pregnant friends, but I suppose I would!

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

Quite likely.

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

Nothing yet, not sure I'll use it.

smilingthroughgrittedteeth Tue 25-Mar-14 13:08:40

I was a tester, ive never used liners before.

1/ they were comfortable and I was surprised at how thin they were.

2/ wouldnt say I felt fresher but I did find it easier to change a liner instead of knickers during the day which ive been having to do since being pregnant.

3/ yes

4/ yes I would

5/ very likely

6/ havent used it and doubt I will

ritagcabrita Tue 25-Mar-14 13:33:18

1. I have a positive impression of the Always dailies Pantyliners because they do their job smile

2. Yes, I felt very comfortable whilst using them.

3. Yes, they're very easy to use and they're part of my routine.

4. Yes I would recommend them to any mum.

5. I'll be likely to use them again if there's a special deal.

6. I am planning to buy a biquini set.

telsa Tue 25-Mar-14 13:44:59

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
They were fine. I couldn't feel them in my underwear really. They went in easily and kept their place very well, without the need for wings. The glue did not catch my pubes, as has happened with other ones. Good that they had no perfume. They lasted well through the day and did their job.

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?
I felt tons more confident. I have a dreadful cough - think I might have it for ever. When I cough little bits of wee come out. Wearing these I could cough with impunity. That was a great feeling. I also managed to catch the first drips of menses - after 30 years I still am not able to know when it is about to start and generally get in a mess. So this was doubly helpful and saved me from ruining more underwear.

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Very simply - easy in, easy out. The one thing I was unclear about was disposal. i could find nothing on the packet. I put them in the bin at home, curled up, having to dig them right down so no-one would notice them. I wondered if they were flushable. I must admit at a friend's house, there was no bin in the loo and I did flush it. I have not heard that her drain are blocked or anything. In any case, would like some guidelines on the packet. I was also bewildered by the variety of sizes illustrated on the packet and would not be sure where to start.

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?
I will definitely use them again, especially if the price is competitive. I need them! I might need to work my way through more varieties than Heinz to find which is the best of all.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Will buy some fancy knickers.

Sickandtired14 Tue 25-Mar-14 13:48:41

Tester

1: discreet. I liked them.
2: yes, I'm pregnant and they reassured me during the day
3: very. Took an extra 2 seconds in the morning!
4: yes I would.
5:likely to buy them again
6: haven't used it yet!

DifferentNow Tue 25-Mar-14 13:49:24

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

I really liked them. They are brilliant at staying in place, flexible, breathable, absorbent and just the right thickness for me. My only issue is with the 'beautiful design'. I found this a bit unnecessary and patronising and ironically, the design looks very much to me like embryos. Sorry if this offends anyone - it really bothered me though.

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?

I like to feel really clean so fresher and more comfortable, yes and after 5 DC, my nether regions aren't what they once were so yes, more confident too.

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

Yes, a quick addition to my morning routine after a 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?

I'm not currently pregnant. It's not the kind of thing I'd chat about though to be honest.

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

I'll definitely use them again.

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

I don't plan on using it.

aristocat Tue 25-Mar-14 13:50:30

Tester smile

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Excellent, I liked the fact they were unperfumed and very thin.

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?
Any pantyliner would make you feel fresher throughout the day. These were good though and you would forget that you had one.

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

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?
Yes, I would.

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

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Nothing yet.

charliesnow88 Tue 25-Mar-14 14:17:59

1. My overall impression was they were comfortable and breatheable
2. Did not feel any fresher than normal could do with being scented felet as comfortable and confident as i do normally didnt change that
3. I had no problems with them had to change a little more than ousual was all
4.N/A but would recommend
5 I am very likely to use them in the future
6 i have not use it yet

MrsMonkeyBear Tue 25-Mar-14 14:26:26

Tester
.

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Very thin and light weight. Can't feel it at all.

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?
Felt a lot fresher, with all the extra discharge, these have been a life saver.

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
They fitted into my daily schedule no problem. No different to using any other panty liner.

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 would recommend these to any pregnant woman. They are comfortable and highly absorbant, even though they are paper thin.

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
I will keep using them for the rest of my pregnancy!!!

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
I'm planning on buying myself a gorgeous maternity bra. The two bald men I have fighting for space on my chest need some taming!!!

Stardoll123 Tue 25-Mar-14 14:43:29

I used them and they made feel more confident just before my period I have a lot of disgarge and bladder problems so this was just right it was clean and hygienic and kept me dry

Stardoll123 Tue 25-Mar-14 14:45:35

I need some new under wear so the voucher should be very helpfull

KateOxford Tue 25-Mar-14 14:52:11

NON TESTER
The little things that make a difference to feeling more confident are using a good deodorant, I sometimes carry a small one around with me in the summer so that I can use during the day if necessary. I also carry chewing gum and smints so that I can freshen my breath after meals or before a meeting. I always have lipgloss and lip salve and a hand cream as my hands often look very dry. I always have a liner in my make up bag to use if I want to.

1) Tester - They were ok, would prefer them slightly longer.
2 ) Felt fresher although it crumpled up slightly which wasn't very comfy
3) Yes, easy to use.
4) Not pregnant but would recommend during pregnancy.
5) fairly likely to use 'Always' liners again but the larger ones.
6) haven't used the figleaves voucher due to the minimum spend required.

SweetPeaPods Tue 25-Mar-14 15:11:41

Marking please to come back and add fb

dstill1964 Tue 25-Mar-14 16:02:03

Anything that makes life easier and less stressful is great; for me its the little things that count

rexie Tue 25-Mar-14 16:28:50

1. Thinner than most liners. Not individually wrapped, so not easy to carry around as tend to pick up "bag fluff" and have to be chucked away.

2. I felt more confident just prior to my period, however, didn't feel any fresher as always have clean knickers! Certainly not more comfortable than just knickers.

3. Very easy and simple to use but I wouldn't bother with them every day.

4. I am not pregnant and not in the habit of discussing lady things with my pregnant friends ��

5. May use again around start and end of period although would use whatever brand was cheapest at the time. Nothing made these particularly stand out from other brands.

6. Did not/will not use Figleaves voucher.

Bagpussss Tue 25-Mar-14 16:42:59

Tester

1. Felt that it was a good quality product.
2. Felt more comfortable than other liners, didn't feel like cardboard.
3. Very easy to put on and felt comfortable.
4. N\A.
5. I would buy them again.
6. I will probably treat myself to a new bra (if they come small enough).

Annie8294 Tue 25-Mar-14 16:47:05

They felt fresh and comfortable and discreet with tight gym trousers.
Super easy to use , don't like to be without them.
I would definitely use them again as they didn't move when I was active , it's really annoying when liners don't stay put .
I didn't use my figleaves voucher .

NON Tester

Small things that boost my confidence are: always having painted nails that are neat and not chipped. Make up in place. Having a good hair day and then squirting my favourite perfume always helps. Lip balm helps me feel better that my lips don't look cracked and chipped. I always carry a liner with me in my handbag to use if needed, but the best feeling in the world is knowing that it is the last day of my period and I can use a small, discreet liner and be free of anything else!

StepAwayFromTheEcclesCakes Tue 25-Mar-14 16:55:55

non tester, small thing that makes my day... just a smile and a chat with a random person in the street, in the office corridor or on the bus smile

whiteblossom Tue 25-Mar-14 17:22:12

non-tester

A great pair of fitted jeans, with heals gives me a boost! Fresh hair colour, a slick of gloss and Im good to go.

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

Very neat and I liked the fact that the whole backing is sticky, as opposed to just having a sticky strip, as they stay in place so well that I've managed to forget to remove a couple and they've gone through the washer! They don't wash well...

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?

I use liners anyway as I like to feel confident and clean throughout the day.

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

Yes very. Popped one on in the morning and mostly removed it at night.

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 pregnant but would imagine they would be good for times when your bladder is under extra strain!

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

Very smile

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

Not used it yet but will probably buy nightwear.

ProfondoRosso Tue 25-Mar-14 17:39:56

1. They were fine, but I might not use them again as they're thinner than my usual liners and my cycle can be pretty unpredictable

2. A little less comfortable than usual as they are thinner.

3. Very easy to integrate into my routine as I usually use liners.

4. I'm not pregnant.

5. Probably won't use them again as I'm happy with my current brand.

6. I haven't used it yet but would like a new bra smile

glammanana Tue 25-Mar-14 18:26:14

I was a tester and have to use liners on a daily basis.
1)I found the product soft to the touch and slim fitting ideal for daily use.Perfume free was an added bonus.
2)The liner stayed in place so no slipping and comfort was gaurenteed
3)Very easy to use and dispose off.
4)N/A but I do have a bladder problem controlled by botox injections and they will certainly help with minor leakage.
5) I have purchased the 1.95mm size as they suit my needs better and feel very secure with their performance.
6)I will use the voucher towards posh nic's for my DD's birthday.

Thanks for the opportunity of testing this product any improvement in ladies daily requirements are very well received by ladies with my condition it certainly takes away some of the worry of not feeling fresh all day long.

Foodylicious Tue 25-Mar-14 18:30:05

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
- Ok, but not quite thick/absorbent enough

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?
- No - not quite thick/absorbent enough, more confident that I would be without a liner, but less confident that with the one I was using before

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?
- No - not quite thick/absorbent enough in comparison to others I have used, have used another always panty liner that was a little more substancial whilst still being comfortable/would not notice it was there.

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
- unlikely as does not quite meet my needs at the moment, but would have been good as a liner before I was pregnant.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Oooh, not sure yet! maybe a new bra?

lottietiger Tue 25-Mar-14 18:43:09

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Lightweight, 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, I felt fresher and more comfortable as I am suffering from discharge at the mo, so it was good to be able to have a quick liner change and back to feeling fresh again.

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine? Very easy, whip the backing off and away you go. Not so easy to take to the loo discretely as a wrapped liner though.

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 would recommend for reasons as in point no 2.

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again? Yes, very likely as I thought the fitted well and the price was good.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher? I am waiting for pay day next week to buy a bra smile

sunderland123 Tue 25-Mar-14 19:27:00

I was a tester 1. very nice to use 2. i could use all day 3 yes 4.yes i would tell them 5.very likely 6. not used

Maiyakat Tue 25-Mar-14 19:31:12

1. They were fine, no better or worse than supermarket own brand

2. Not particularly

3. Yes

4. N/A

5. Unlikely unless on offer, as no better than cheaper brands

6. Haven't used it

ShatnersBassoon Tue 25-Mar-14 19:33:09

1. Very good. I liked that the adhesive went right to the edge.

2. Yes, although I use pant liners usually anyway. Because of the fully sticky back, I felt they stayed in place better than my usual Boots liners and were more comfortable because they didn't bunch up.

3. Easy to use, slim and comfortable.

4. Not pregnant, but I would recommend them to pregnant friends.

5. Very likely.

6. Nothing yet, but will be looking for some T-shirt bras very soon smile

asuwere Tue 25-Mar-14 19:35:21

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

Very thin, discreet and do the job. Packaging is minimal which is another bonus.

*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?*

Surprisingly, they did make me feel a bit fresher. I didn't expect it as they are so think but they lasted all day.

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

Yes, easy to apply and the sticky bit covers the whole pad so it stays in place all day. Only issue is, it is easy to forget about them so could easily end up in the wash in the evening which is not so good.

*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?*

Yes, I wouldn't normally use liners but as I am pregnant, I do feel a big difference and it's definitely worth someone trying them out.

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

I have already bought another pack using the voucher and will probably continue using them till the end of this pregnancy.

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

Haven't bought anything yet - had planned on getting nursing bras but not impressed by the choice in my size so may not use the voucher at all.

bugoven Tue 25-Mar-14 19:37:48

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

I like the feminine, lilac packaging and matching detail on the liners. The pattern does seem unnecessary but is pretty and makes me feel like I am using more than a basic product. It's important to treat yourself ;)

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?

At first I thought the liners were quite thick compared to the brand I have been using for a while which are almost paper thin. However, I could not feel the liner in place when wearing it and it stayed in place without crumpling.
I have felt fresher and the liner is extremely absorbent. Being 16 1/2 weeks pregnant I have found it necessary to wear a liner everyday and I have felt much fresher than with the other brand I used.

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

Yes. I usually use a liner anyway and the packaging was easy to open and then keep as a dispenser. An option with individual packaging wouldbe useful to carry a second liner, especially for those who are experiencing a lot of discharge (pregnant or light menstrual bleeding).

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 have had conversations about the changes associated with pregnancy and discussed the use of Always Dailies including my participation in this trial. Already recommended to a pregnant friend.

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

Very likely, especially with the use of the voucher and if they are on offer.

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

I am yet to look but would like some feeding/maternity bras.

halfdrunktea Tue 25-Mar-14 19:38:13

I was a tester.
1.Very thin, didn't tear or scrunch up and comfortable.
2. Compared to using nothing yes, felt fresher.
3.Yes
4. N/A
5. Very likely. I feel I should use CSP but haven't yet taken the plunge and maybe never will!
6. I don't know. Possibly a new swimming costume.

CheeseTMouse Tue 25-Mar-14 20:12:25

1. Easy to use, but I would have preferred individually wrapped liners so that they could easily be put into a handbag discreetly.
2. Yes - more confortable especially at certain times in my cycle.
3. Yes - although see my comment at 1 about individual wrapped items.
4. I am not pregnant, but have a young daughter and this was something new I had to buy in pregnancy that I had never done before, so I would recommend them.
5. I am likely to use them again.
6. Not used yet - not least as I am still bfing and don't know what size I am going to end up!

PurpleSproutingBroccoli Tue 25-Mar-14 20:14:46

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
I thought they'd be flimsy when I saw how thin they were, but they were fine. Nicely packaged, stayed in place and worked well.

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 - I completely forgot they were there, which is my main test of comfort! Lasted well.

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

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'm not pregnant but would recommend them to someone who was, as they would certainly have worked well if I had been.

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
I will be using these again regularly.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
I haven't yet managed to look to see what's available!

LegoCaltrops Tue 25-Mar-14 20:33:21

Non-tester here.

To boost my confidence every day:
- clean hair, in a style that suits me & doesn't get destroyed by a breath of wind.
- skin as clear as possible, so I'm trying to imrpove my skincare regime.
- walk tall (I'm short & can't wear heels so every bit helps.)
- I only wear clothes in colours & styles that suit me. Don't worry about the latest fashion.

Theimpossiblegirl Tue 25-Mar-14 20:49:03

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

Thin, soft, discreet and comfortable. They were also perfect for my teens and I was pleased that they were unperfumed as I can't use perfumed liners/towels.

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?

About the same as other liners but they stayed in place and didn't scrunch up which was good. They also survived the water rides at Thorpe Park!

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

Very easy but there are better ones for popping into a handbag (folded, individually wrapped).

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'm not currently pregnant but have the Mirena, which causes some spotting/discharge at times and they kept me fresh.

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

Very likely, for me and the teens.

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

Nothing yet, waiting for payday. smile

1. better than the supermarket own brand I switched to when all teh scented stuff came out. It took too long to work out what was sented, and what was normal. I'll have to go back to reading the boxes carfully, as they are far superior.

2. Couldn't tell a difference between days when i was wearing and days I forgot. However I always use liners when using my menstrul cup, and they are standing up well to the drips I seem to get when changing cup/tampons.

3. I wouldn't use everyday after this test, but would move back to always for period time.

4. na

5.I'll buy again, but not as a daily

6. I replaced the white bra who's wire popped through the day the selection e-mail arrived. Excellent post efficiency (first one had to be returned) but unless making a like for like replacement, I'm unlikely to use them again - too much room for error in shape.

HethsC Tue 25-Mar-14 21:16:18

I was a tester.

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Very thin and unperfumed. 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?
They were very comfortable to wear, to the point I didn't notice that I was wearing them. They left me feeling and confident that no one would notice that I was wearing the.

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Very simple and easy to use. They are very small, so easy to tuck away in even a small bag until needed.

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 would recommend them to other pregnant woman as I felt they could easily cope with the increased discharge I have been experiencing since I've been pregnant

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
Very likely to use these again. The only negative was I felt that they could do with being slightly longer.

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

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Aside from the box being completely crushed, they were ok, I would of prefered them individually wrapped though.

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?
I didnt feel much difference, I felt more confident that I wasnt going to mark any of my nice knickers as my body us still settling after my implant.

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Easy enough just put one on with my clean knickers in a morning but a shame they werent in an individual wrapper to dispose of them and to keep them fresh.

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?
Unfortunately not likely I prefer my bodyform ones sorry.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
I havent used it and dont think I will.

sharond101 Tue 25-Mar-14 21:27:03

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners? They are fabulous and I will definitely be buying them again.

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?
I felt more comfortable than with any other pantyliner I have tried as I was oblivious to them even being on which I thought was amazing. I didn't feel it at all and felt fresh all day. I don't own big pants and normally pads or liners fall over the outside of my undies. These did a little but I didn't feel it one bit - can you tell I was impressed??

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

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 pregnant but would recommend to anyone.

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again? defnitely I already redeemed my money off voucher for another pack.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher? Haven't purchased anything was disappointed the voucher was off a £40 spend and you have to pay postage too.

weebarra Tue 25-Mar-14 21:47:05

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Good product, very thin, liked that they were unscented

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, felt comfortable.

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?
Not pregnant but have been recently and would have found these useful. Would recommend them .

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again? Yes, would be likely to use them more than another product.

6. What did you / will you buy with your figleaves voucher? Nothing yet.

JenVW Tue 25-Mar-14 21:59:38

1. I thought they were well designed & discreet, great product.

2. I did feel fresher and confident that they would absorb leakages.

3. They were really easy to use.

5. I'm going to buy more shortly.

6. I'm going to buy some summer swimwear.

pepperrabbit Tue 25-Mar-14 22:00:20

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
I liked them, very secure and they stuck all the way round with no stray edges. Very thin but seemed very absorbent.
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?
I did feel fresh and confident, the knowledge they were absorbent gave me confidence.
3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Yes, but it would have been nice to be able to store them in my handbag. (is there an individually wrapped version?)
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?
Very likely. I'd been sticking to one brand as the array in the shops is quite confusing, now I know they are good and what they look like (!) I can buy them with confidence.
6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Nothing yet!

ChaffinchOfDoom Tue 25-Mar-14 22:34:51

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

have used cheaper brands before, these looked nice, same-ish to everything else, don't really stand out, did glance at the range in asda the other day and saw some in cool black packaging, don't know what they were but they were noticeable

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, they did help a little, they could have been longer though, or wider at the front, never seem quite wide enough at the front

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
yes, the only thing always annoys me is dislike flushing them so always wrap and bin, wrapping wastes loo roll; and also the backing hard to peel off sometimes, could do with a little peel edge, and a more definite which way round - the peel edge would show the front,

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?

yes, I am pg at the moment, I would recommend them except for v heavy discharge days, they worked fine for me

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
yes, I would buy again

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
will be looking after my C-section tomorrow for some post baby underwear smile maybe some posh pants

thanks for letting me try them

AmpersandRea Tue 25-Mar-14 22:55:57

I am a tester.

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Very discreet and thin. I was impressed with this product

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?
I felt very confident using Always Dailies. I felt fresher than using my usual product.

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

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 pregnant, but I would definitely recommend them.

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
I will use these again and will be ditching my usual product

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Will be looking for a new bra.

moonegirl Wed 26-Mar-14 00:44:51

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
They arrived very bashed, I felt the box was very basic. It wouldn't stand out on a supermarket shelf.
The pantyliners themselves were very thin.

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 I felt fresher, the pantyliners were quite comfortable too. They stayed in place unlike some of the cheaper alternatives.

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Very easy, kept them in the bathroom cabinet

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?
I would buy them again if they were on offer, but wouldn't specifically look for them in the supermarket

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
I won't be buying anything

MrsLoada Wed 26-Mar-14 07:13:30

Tester
1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
They are very thin, nice packaging maybe would like a few wrapped ones in a box to pop un my handbag

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 I felt fresher compared to using nothing. They stayed in place well and didn't crumple.

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Easy to use at home as I kept in the bathroom but harder to take out with you as not wrapped.

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?
I will buy again but will look for them on offer, I will be using the voucher for my next box

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Not used it

Willemdefoeismine Wed 26-Mar-14 08:43:12

Non-tester - always having a pen, rubber bands and a safety pin with me! Makes all the difference :-). Must be my girl-guide 'be prepared' training all those years ago!

BentleyBelly Wed 26-Mar-14 09:40:00

I was a tester

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
They were very thin compared to the usual liners I use, very discreet and pleasant to use.

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?
Didn't really notice they were there, in a good way! Kept me fresh and comfy but did discolour when used with a new pair of black pants!

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

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 had a baby 7 months ago and am still breastfeeding, therefore I don't get proper periods yet but do get a bit of random spotting, these liners were great for this. I used thicker liners all through my pregnancy not sure if these would have managed with the yuck that occured at times in those 9 months!! I would recommend them though.

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
Normally buy cheaper own brand but would definately go for these if the price was competitive.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
I haven't used it.

SandwichBag Wed 26-Mar-14 10:07:24

I am a tester, never used liners before and I am pregnant:

1) They are ok. Definately better than not using a liner. But not perfect.

2) Yes initially they feel fine but after a few hours become scrunched up a bit and uncomfortable. Sometimes they are bigger than the knicker bit they stick to (maybe I just wear small knickers though) and so I have to ditch them after an hour or so. I wouldn't call them dailies, more like half-dailies as they are much more comfortable if you change them mid-day.

3) Yes

4) Yes

5) Likely, although may try the slightly thicker version to see if they are any better for me.

6) Nothing yet - completely forgot about it

Tester here! I really liked this product, just wondering though, I tend to buy my 'lady products' monthly so generally only visit the aisle then in the supermarket. Why are the liners in packs of 24, to be fair I've noticed this with lots of brands and it annoys me! Please can companies sell these products in packs of 30?

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
I liked them. They were comfortable to wear and felt good quality. They coped well with the initial spotting at the start of my period and I felt more secure wearing one during my period.

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?
I felt dryer and more comfortable. They didn’t bunch or roll like some cheaper liners can and the sticky backing kept them in place all day.

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?
Quite likely, I really liked them.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Not used it yet, not sure what I’ll buy

Fillybuster Wed 26-Mar-14 11:04:06

Non-tester here.

Two small things make a big difference to me:

1. I have a really tiny slimline makeup bag that I keep stocked with miniatures of key items (eyeliner, mascara, spot cover up, foundation, lip balm) that I keep with me at all times on office days. That way even if I'm stupidly short on sleep and it's been a long stressful day, I know I can spruce up quickly if I have a last-minute customer event right at the end of it all.

2. I have stupidly unpredictable cycles, so I keep an emergency pantyliner and a tampon in every handbag. That way I know I'll never get caught out in a critical situation. It makes such a difference to my peace of mind and confidence.

RubySparks Wed 26-Mar-14 11:08:02

Non Tester
Little things that brighten the day for me are when the sun comes out and I have time to look round the garden and notice new buds or plants pushing through the soil or like this weeks highlight, finding frog spawn in the pond. Gives me a feeling that all is right with the world!

mmjb Wed 26-Mar-14 11:16:58

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Panty liners?

I quite liked the always dailies there discrete,comfortable

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?

I definitely felt comfortable wearing the panty liners and more confident whilst I was out and about and fresher throughout the day

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

Yes definitely I routinely put one on in the morning now

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'm not pregnant but have a 2mnth old baby and have found them very handy for those little leaks that tend to appear after having a baby,i would definitely recommend to give them a try, I wish id discovered how easy and comfortable they were when I was pregnant

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

I now use them every day

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

Probably wont use my figleaves voucher

Geniene Wed 26-Mar-14 12:09:51

I was a tester.
- I found them very confortable and didn't really feel like I was wearing them at all.
- I felt fresher because the I could just change the liner if needed during the day and somewhat more confident because of this
- Yes
- not currently pregnant but I would recommend them to pregnant friends
- I will purchase them
- Haven't used figleaves voucher, I probably won't

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

Thin, Flexible and fresh

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?

TMI:

I felt fresh initially and have to say it is truly comfortable as it's the thinest liner i've ever used but as the day wore on I felt less comfortable and confident. I started to feel my discharge and ended up having to change, using up to Always three liners a day as against one of my usual brand

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

I use liners as part of my routine anyway so no difference really asides from the constant changing. That was inconvenient!

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?

Based on my experience using them, No!
I have a 17month old and I'm not currently pregnant. If this is how it feels when I'm not pregnant, it'll be real hard work when I am.

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

Unlikely, which is a shame sad as I love their sanitary towels

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

Thinking of upgrading that nursing wardrobe so maybe a new bra or two.

tester

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

Nice and neat, small box with plenty in there.

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 felt fresher and protected which in turn gave me confidence to carry as usual during the day in comfort. Stayed in place, didn't curl up at edges. Glad that they are not perfumed, wouldn't have used them if they were.

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

Absolutely, popped one on in the morning takes 2 seconds and it stays put all day.

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?

Yes though I am not sure they are very different to other products on the market?

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

Very likely, it's just what I need with an unpredictable cycle.

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

ouryve Wed 26-Mar-14 13:27:34

Non-tester - I have a joint condition and feel most confident when I'm wearing good, supportive shoes or boots because I know I'm less likely to randomly fall over and embarrass myself.

Spirael Wed 26-Mar-14 13:57:05

Tester.

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
The usual sort are my preferred panty liners, though I tend to gravitate to whatever is on offer/available at the time. I'd not heard of the Flexible liners before and have been impressed. They seem lighter, but have performed just as well. Hopefully I'll be able to bulk buy them at Costco!

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?
I always use panty liners, specifically because they make me feel more comfortable throughout the day. Means I don't have to worry about any minor pelvic floor stress failures or (when not pregnant) being caught out with my period arriving unexpectedly. One thing I did notice specifically with the Flexible liners is that they cope better with the stickier discharge I seem to have during pregnancy.

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Yes, but I've used panty liners for years so I'm used to the extra step to insert one in the morning.

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?
Yes, if it happened to crop up in conversation and I was asked for brand suggestions.

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

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
I'm saving it until after giving birth, in order to get myself a lovely nursing bra.

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 26-Mar-14 14:29:42

BTW the Figleaves voucher expires on 30th April.

Cherryjellybean Wed 26-Mar-14 14:35:28

Non tester

For me its having any spots covered, good deodorant and smelling ok, especially in the summer. I then feel a bit more confident! smile

JuniperTisane Wed 26-Mar-14 15:08:30

Just received my replacement voucher. Thanks for chasing that. And I've found a nice new bra to buy from Figleaves so I'm happy today.

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
I liked them. they were easy to use and although they looked the same thickness as my usual store brand panty liner I did find they were more flexible.
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?
I felt like I wasn't wearing a liner, the own brand ones can sometimes bunch up a bit.

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?
I would buy them even though they are more expensive than my usual brand.

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

Won't use it!

Polkadotpatty Wed 26-Mar-14 15:48:32

(Non-tester) Things that make a positive difference to my day:

A letter or card from a friend
Finding a surprise fiver in my pocket
Making something (that goes well) i.e. sewing or knitting project
Smell of clean laundry
Traffic lights turning green as I approach

Pinter Wed 26-Mar-14 15:49:33

Tester here

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

Good. Nice & thin. Sticky side excellent

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?

Felt more comfortable than wearing other lines

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?

Very likely. Need to see how much they are

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

Hmmm, a non nursing bra probably!

SweetPeaPods Wed 26-Mar-14 18:46:11

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies panty liners?
They were ok, took a bit of getting used to.

2. When using did you feel any fresher or more comfortable & confident throughout the day?
Fresher yes, as I could easily change but I was very aware they were there.

3. Did you feel they were easy & simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Yes, would be easier if they were individually wrapped though to take out and about.

4. If you are pregnant, would you recommend them to a pregnant or new mum whose body is going through a similar experience?
Yes, I get loads more discharge when pregnant (possibly tmi?!) so they help me feel cleaner.

5. How likely or u likely are you to use them again?
Not sure yet

6. What did you/will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Not yet, didn't realise there would be a minimum spend.

Thanks for picking me!

billybear Wed 26-Mar-14 19:10:39

not tried before was surprised how thin and discrete they were.felt comfortable to wear;yes I felt more fresh when wearing them.very easy to use and easy to dispose off after use.i would recommend to everyone pregnant or not .I will definititly be using again. I decided not to use the fig leave voucher ,enjoyed trialing this great product.

TLoGreen Wed 26-Mar-14 19:10:56

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Basic but does the trick - I was surprised at how thin they are compared to other brands.

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 I certainly did - I would not go without!

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

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?
Quite likely.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
I have just had a refit at Bravissimo but ended up with new bras that are a little unsupportive - I'll buy my new favourite Fantasie bra that I also bought from Bravissimo but in other colours and make a real saving as I replace the bouncy bras!

Tester here!

1. I thought "how tiny! They won't be up to much!" But soon found they are great and stick very well!

2. Super comfy, happy to have reassurance as I'm spotting a lot with the mirena.

3. Very easy to use, small enough to stick in my nappy bag discreetly.

4. Definitely recommend to friends.

5. Very likely.

6. Better fitting bra!

Thanks for letting me take part.

manfalou Wed 26-Mar-14 20:08:11

Non Tester

The small things that make me more confident is having my hair down as apposed to up (which is most days havin two kids!), wearing heels (very rare this happens to) and going out of the house in CLEAN clothes. Again this does not happen that often... My 11 month old thinks I am a human tissue with a never ending wardrobe of clean clothes (and nothing better to do than keep cleaning and ironing them!)

cravingcake Wed 26-Mar-14 20:26:17

Tester

1. I was happy with them, very good at staying put.

2. I wouldn't say I felt fresher but did feel more confident than not using anything or my other liners that I have used as they didn't stay put as well.

3. Yes, easy to use.

4. I am a new mum and found these perfect for using every day at the end of the lochia stage and waiting for my first period to arrive, which when it did, it arrived in full force but the liner didn't leak so definitely recommend. Plus after wearing horrible thick maternity pads and 'heavy flow' normal ones for a few weeks these are like wearing nothing at all.

5. Yes I will definitely use again.

6. Havent yet used voucher, probably wont.

MakkaPakkasSponge Wed 26-Mar-14 20:28:05

Non tester.

I wear panty liners most days as this gives me confidence and <whispers> I generally prefer the scented ones.

Hopezibah Wed 26-Mar-14 21:55:25

non-tester: little things that help me feel confident through the day are - when the sun is shining! When I manage to keep calm when things go wrong, or when the kids misbehave, coming up with lists and plans to stay organised, finding a tiny bit of me-time in the day.

CrewElla Thu 27-Mar-14 09:39:57

Non-Tester
The little thing that helps start my day right and puts me in a good frame of mind is having 15 minutes to myself in the morning. 15 minutes where I am not doing chores, getting a little person ready, or getting myself ready. Just 15 minutes to do whatever I want.

Freewheelin Thu 27-Mar-14 11:03:48

Non tester
I use panty liners daily and they do make me feel more comfortable and confident.
Other things are: having presentable hair. Bad hair can dent my confidence hugely. Effective anti perspirant. Being sweaty, or smelly in any way isn't conducive to feeling comfortable in myself or around others.

FuckyNell Thu 27-Mar-14 11:17:47

tester

1. I liked the minimum packaging and the thinness. Didn't move either.

2. Was worried about how efficient they'd be but no worries on that score. They didn't look like they'd be as good as they were.

3. Yes but would prefer them folded up to fit in a smaller space.

4. Yes I would recommend them to pregnant friends.

5. Yes I will continue to buy them.

6. It's going towards a bikini for my holiday.

themitch21 Thu 27-Mar-14 14:29:08

It's so shallow, but wearing heels always give me a confidence boost. I'm only 5"1 and I feel like people don't even see me when I wear flats!

leanneth Thu 27-Mar-14 16:25:28

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners? They're tiny! Very small and thin so very 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?
I had a baby 7 weeks ago and so have used maternity pads recently which felt bulky but secure. It may just be because I'd been used to those but when I first saw these I thought they were maybe a little bit too small and I didn't feel safe or confident at first. They were ok though, stayed in place well and once I was used to the size of them, I did feel more confident. They were very comfortable, you couldn't tell they were there!

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?
I am a new mum and would recommend these to other new mums/pregnant women as a "just in case" item. Probably introduce them during pregnancy so women have them ready for after everything has settled down after the birth.

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
I may do, not sure how long for though.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
I haven't used it yet (Like most previous posters!) Is there an expiry date on these? I am still losing baby weight and changing shape so would love to buy myself some swimwear/lingerie for once I've lost a bit more. Will probably use it for swimwear as I have no idea what bra size I'd be once I've settled down weight-wise!

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

Good - they're a bit more substantial than the flexi ones that are very thin. They stayed in place well too. I'm quite likely to buy these in future instead of the carefree ones I've been using.

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 I felt fresh and comfortable. I didn't feel much 'wetness'.

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

Yes - though I wear pantyliners every day anyway.

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'm not pregnant (12 weeks postpartum) but I would recommend them for the extra discharge you can get while pregnant (that I still get now!)

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

Very likely

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

Nothing. I'm not likely to spend £40 on underwear to benefit.

Kerfuffled Thu 27-Mar-14 20:18:48

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

I liked them. They were discreet, stuck well and comfortable.

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. I liked that you could easily change them when you wanted to freshen up. I also liked that they had sufficient stick and didn't wiggle around.

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?

I'm not pregnant but have been recently, and yes I would recommend them. I'd also recommend them to someone who has just had a baby, not immediately after but once things have settled down a bit.

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

I already have bought some more.

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

Haven't bought anything yet, partly because I'd forgotten. I'm now off to look for a new bra!

Thanks for letting me test these.

vickipickernicker Thu 27-Mar-14 20:41:04

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners? slim fit and soft material, really good fit that stuck well all day.

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? Fresher

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine? Slim fit and soft material, really good fit that stuck well all day better than other brands.

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? No different to other brands fro pregnant women.

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

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

Caffeine, caffeine, caffeine!

(Non tester)

janekirk Thu 27-Mar-14 22:53:15

Going to bed without wanting to strangle anyone all day gives me a nice warm feeling, it doesn't happen often though!

MrsO27 Fri 28-Mar-14 06:33:16

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
- I liked them. Discreet and made me feel fresher.

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?
- I felt fresher the whole day and more confident as a result.

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 but if pregnant again I would use

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

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

Nigglenaggle Fri 28-Mar-14 10:28:35

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Quite good. I was impressed with how well they stayed in place

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?
A little fresher yes, not really more comfortable or confident - but I have never struggled with either of those!!

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
I struggled to find the time to change them to be honest, so probably didn't get the full benefit - some days I might have just as well worn pants.

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?
I won't say there aren't circumstances when I might, I thought they were well designed for the job they were intended for. Someone mentioned Tena above - I would probably use over that brand as I'd find them less embarrassing to buy. But I haven't fitted them into my routine that well so there probably isn't any point buying more. Also I did start to worry about the environmental impact - they don't look very biodegradable.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
I think when I have finished breast feeding I will treat myself to a nice new bra - I have changed shape completely since having kids.

mummy172011 Fri 28-Mar-14 10:47:57

1. I was impressed with them. I didn't actually realise I was wearing them most of the time.

2. I felt much fresher wearing them and they were very comfortable and discreet. I didn't know they were there.

3. Yes

4. I am currently pregnant and would definitely recommend them as they are the best ones I have tried yet.

5. Very likely

6. I haven't used it and I probably won't.

starlight36 Fri 28-Mar-14 11:44:26

I am a tester

1. Overall impression was very good. Product looked and felt good quality and didn't twist in the way cheaper brands tend to.

2. I definitely felt fresher throughout the day.

3. They are easy to use. Only problem was I forgot I was wearing them and nearly washed a few.

4. N/A

5. Very likely to buy, will use money off voucher for next pack

6. I'm going to buy some new fancy pants!

chrisrobin Fri 28-Mar-14 12:17:11

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Good, they stayed put all day, were comfortable and I was surprised at how absorb at they are considering the size of them

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. They are much thinner than my previous brand and felt fresh all day.

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?
Very likely, they are much more comfortable than my previous brand.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Nothing and I probably won't use it.

pimskie Fri 28-Mar-14 12:39:48

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Small, discreet and felt thicker than I had expected.

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?
Used them at the end of my period and liked them very much. They were very comfortable and did a good job making me feel confident.

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
yes, very easy to use and they did stick very well and stayed on perfectly without scrunching up like some others have done in the past.

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 pregnant, so wouldn't know.

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

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Not used the voucher yet, but need a new bra, so will use it for that.

1. I really liked them, I think they're better than my usual brand.
2. Yes I did feel fresher, I have really light periods so I use pantyliners rather than sanitary towels, and I found the absorbansy of the Always far superior than my usual brand.
3. Yes very easy and simple to use.
5. Yes I would buy them I'm going to be switching to using them from now on.
6. I completely forgot about the voucher. blush

Tester

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

Shorter and thicker than I'd imagined. Also they had some sort of absorbent gel strip, like the tena lights

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, felt fresher than not wearing them. Quite liked the confidence it gave me

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

Easy to apply, simple to use.

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 pregnant, and I don't talk of such things to friends!

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

Fairly likely to use them again, I've become quite used to wearing them now. I liked that they were a bit thicker than other brands, but not with the cotton wool padding, they didn't disintegrate with wear as some of the cheaper ones can. The absorbent gel strip was good. I think this gives these liners the edge over other brands.

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

Not used it yet, but it will be a bra of some sort, and the money off coupon will be most useful. flowers

changedirection Fri 28-Mar-14 17:42:29

Non tester
I somehow feel more confident about everything when I have had a decent nights sleep the night before

Tigerstar123 Fri 28-Mar-14 17:53:18

Non tester.

When someone is kind enough to make a nice comment about you- either physical ie- you look like you've lost weight or actual ie- you've done a really good job.
Small things can make such a difference. Xxx

TheOnlySeven Fri 28-Mar-14 20:13:41

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Simple, discreet and easy to use.

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?
I felt fresher and more confident, not worrying about any odours. I love that they don't move around like some other panty liners do.

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Really easy and took 2 seconds in the morning.

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?
Would definitely recommend bit can't see it being likely to come up in conversation!

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
Very likely to continue using them throughout my pregnancy.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Probably won't use it.

Marbleroses Fri 28-Mar-14 20:23:58

My confidence boosters are mascara, splash of perfume and freshly washed hair x

cmc1976 Fri 28-Mar-14 20:31:54

Tester
1 good, very discreet and thin but offered good protection

2. Yes felt more fresher

3. Easy to use everyday just kept them in the bathroom

4. Used them in last week of pregnancy before I had be induced early. Would definitely recommend to deal with the increased discharge (sorry tmi!!)

5.i am quite likely to use again

6. Not used the voucher

petalsandstars Sat 29-Mar-14 06:56:42

I was a tester

1- they are good liners
2- felt comfortable and confident in them throughout the day as they stayed in place well
3- yes
4- I would mention them if a friend brought up the subject during pregnancy
5- very likely
6- not used it yet

Twinkletights Sat 29-Mar-14 07:20:12

Non tester
Two essential products for daily confidence no matter where I am going are a decent liner and deodorant.
Having suffered with bladder issues for years which have only very recently been resolved I still rely on a good quality liner that won't move.
A spritz of my favourite perfume gives that extra lift for somewhere special.

meep Sat 29-Mar-14 09:03:08

they were just a thinner version of the normal ones. easy to use. I wouldn't go out of my way to buy them over normal ones....but would be happy to buy if same price/on offer. still to use my voucher.

1intheoven Sat 29-Mar-14 10:14:11

I'm a tester.

1. What was your overall impression of Always Pantyliners?

Extremely discreet, comfortable and hassle-free product that allows you to be confident all day.

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?

I only ever occasionally use Pantyliners, always dailies made me feel fresher than and were the closest to not using anything that I have felt. At six months pregnant with my second baby my pelvic floor isn't the strongest and I felt confident that an unexpected sneeze wouldn't end in embarrassment!

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

Very easy - two seconds to put one on when needed. The glue goes right to the edges of the liner so they stay in place really well and never need to be readjusted.

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?

Definitely. I'll be keeping a stash of them even when this pregnancy is over.

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

I will definitely be getting these again and the own brand Pantyliners I have will be getting binned!

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

I'm thinking about getting a new maternity swimsuit. Some lovely styles on figleaves!

Nottheshrinkingcapgrandpa Sat 29-Mar-14 11:09:39

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

Very thin and discrete.

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?

Far more comfortable, I forgot it was there is was so small and tiny.

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?

I would as they are the best liners I've used.

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

Very likely.

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

I am waiting to finish bfing, and then will treat myself to a new bra smile

Letitsnow9 Sat 29-Mar-14 13:18:35

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners? I was mostly just pleased they didn't have the awful perfume Always started putting in their products. They were comfy too

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? No, I feel fresh anyway and never lack 'confidence' in the knicker department! I did use them for light flow period days

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

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'm not pregnant

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

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher? Not using it

Letitsnow9 Sat 29-Mar-14 13:19:54

Sorry I missed off saying that I was a tester

Letitsnow9 Sat 29-Mar-14 13:20:34

As for the little things that boost my confidence during the day, having my hair nice and 'wearing' a smile

nerysw Sat 29-Mar-14 14:18:59

Non tester here. I hate going out without wearing perfume - don't feel 'dressed' without out whether I'm in scrufs, make up or not.

CaptainSinker Sat 29-Mar-14 16:09:30

Non-tester here.

My day is most improved when I find I have a little extra time! Evenjust five minutes to have a cup of tea, brush my hair, make a phonecall amkes the rest of the day run smoothly.

NorthKate Sat 29-Mar-14 18:55:44

Hi, I have been testing these for a couple of weeks. I am 38 weeks pregnant and have been getting quite a lot of vaginal discharge so have been wearing liners daily usually an own brand from TESCO or Boots.

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

I really liked these liners, they were quite thin so you didn't notice you were wearing them. They stayed in place really well whereas the own brand liners quite often rolled/wrinkled up. They were unperfumed which I personally prefer

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?

They were very comfy as they stayed in place well. I did feel a lot fresher than when wearing the own brand ones which I felt I had to change often. I also had no worries about any odours!!

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

Yes, just put one on in the morning after a shower and away you go!

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?

Yes I would recomend these liners.

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

Very likely, I have already used my voucher to buy another pack. They are more expensive than the own brand ones but I use less of they and they are better in my opinion.

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

I haven't used my voucher as yet.

deels Sun 30-Mar-14 10:46:57

this is an odd one.. but.. when im wearing deodrant... i feel better for knowing im wearing some...

ComfyLeatherChair Mon 31-Mar-14 09:25:09

Non tester:
wearing a well fitted bra and pull it all in knickers helps to make it a happy day

Non-tester here. A little brush of my powder compact half way through the day makes all the difference to me.

artylady14 Mon 31-Mar-14 11:16:26

I was a tester and I always wear panty liners

1. They were good for the purpose but small.

2. I always feel fresher and more confident wearing pantyliners

3. Yes

4. n/a

5. I would recommend them as they were absorbent but I would prefer them to be slightly bigger.

6. I am looking at the bras!

CMOTDibbler Mon 31-Mar-14 12:39:51

My small positive thing each day is to do my planks - for less than 5 minutes a day it makes a big difference to how I look and so how I feel about myself

hollyisalovelyname Mon 31-Mar-14 17:15:12

Ask Always to stop putting fragrance into their products. They were grand the way they were before.
Highly fragranced products interfere with body's natural flora. They certainly won't help thrush sufferers

Uzma01 Mon 31-Mar-14 23:44:32

Non-tester:
A steady supply of chocolate is usually what I need to pep me up during the day when the DCs hugs happen to be in short supply!

Tealady1983 Tue 01-Apr-14 06:55:50

First imiressions of these were very small and discreet. They were very comfortable to wear and made me feel fresher and more comfortable and confident. They were very simple and easy to use. I have a 16 week old baby and would recommend these to friends pregnant or otherwise. I will def buy again. I haven't spent my voucher yet smile

mummy81 Tue 01-Apr-14 14:54:56

Non tester
While breastfeeding I find I need to use a pantyliner to keep me fresh and comfortable.

nut3lla Tue 01-Apr-14 16:52:25

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners? I'd choose these in a shop as the box is attractive & feminine. Comfortable, nice & sticky all over so stayed in place despite my rushing about. I bought different always dailies which are individually wrapped & prefer those ones for popping in my handbag.

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?
Increased confidence & felt fresh. No worries about any small leakages.

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Really easy & handy to keep around. Absorption good.

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?
Would recommend but it's not something I'd particularly bring up in conversation.

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
Very likely. Bought a pack for my sister who is due twins any day!!

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Nothing yet but maybe some more 'suck me in/make me smoother/less spare tyre' underwear!!

Roseformeplease Tue 01-Apr-14 19:51:12

Non tester.

If I can go for a brisk walk at lunchtime, it makes all the difference and the absence of a solid (ahem) pelvic floor means these sound like a good idea for the whole day.

xyx Tue 01-Apr-14 19:59:34

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

Hardly noticed them on as they were thin and light.

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?

Confident and comfortable but not necessarily fresher - I prefer something a bit scented for that.

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?

Well, I saw my pregnant friend today and the thought never crossed my mind!!

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

Quite likely.

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

I don't know!

MissRatty Tue 01-Apr-14 20:28:07

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

Thin, good adhesive, nice shape, and didn't lose their shape over the course of the day. Glad they were perfume free. Downside was the pattern on it, seemed a bit pointless and made me wonder what chemicals were in the print that was next to my bits and bobbins!

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?

Not particularly as they don't absorb discharge any better than other products, but they were thin enough for me to forget I was wearing them.

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

Yes. But I use pantyliners every day.

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 would just because they do feel light and thin enough to forget you are wearing them. Also the adhesive made sure it stayed in place.

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

Likely to buy if on offer, and with the voucher.

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

Didn't use it.

missorinoco Tue 01-Apr-14 20:44:15

Non tester:
What small things make my day? A hot cup of tea in the morning.
People letting me out at junctions when they needn't. That always brightens my day.

GetKnitted Tue 01-Apr-14 21:01:29

non-tester here: it's the small things that matter, like why ds(2) says you are lovely mummy, or ds(1) tidies up his toys without being nagged 50 times.

miljones1 Tue 01-Apr-14 21:39:28

I'm a non-tester
One small thing that makes a difference to my day someone complimenting me on anything - it's great to get positive feedback!

Wantapony Wed 02-Apr-14 11:05:28

Non-tester.
I'll take a hug any time from my DS, DH or my lovely old stinky dog!

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
I thought they were very good and much better than the ones I was previously using.

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 I did, they didn't feel wet at any point unlike my usual ones. Very comfortable, couldn't feel them at all which was great. Softer and felt more natural.

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

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?
Very likely.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
I bought a nursing bra.

RoaringForties Wed 02-Apr-14 13:46:14

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Thin and discreet. I didn't think they would stay in place but they have been fine and don't ruck or crease up. I have to confess that I accidentally put one through with some washing and it came out intact, bar the sticky strip, so very strong!

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?
Certainly loads more confident, I am perimenopausal and at the minute don't know when I might have some spotting. These are small enough and thin enough so that I don't worry.

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Very easy, not too much packaging which I liked.

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 but would recommend them to friends when discussing hot flushes etc.

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
Yes I think I will, have realised that I had got stuck in a rut with my usual bulkier product with wings and lots of wrapping.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
This has reminded me that I must use my voucher, probably some new knickers.

mjmooseface Wed 02-Apr-14 15:52:58

Non Tester:

Little things that make a difference to me each day... Whilst the thought of staying in my pyjamas all day sometimes makes me happy, the reality is, I usually just feel blah so, getting changed and spraying some deodorant makes me feel much better! If I am going out for a walk or round to the shops, I like to put on a bit of perfume, mascara and vaseline. These few items just make me feel more confident about going out into the world. For the times I don't feel as confident, I carry around my headphones and listen to music. I don't always buy panty liners but when I do use them, they make me feel so nice and fresh all day.

BadlyWrittenPoem Wed 02-Apr-14 20:05:47

Tester:

I was pregnant when I put down to test these but they arrived while I was in labour so I haven't been able to use them yet. I'm giving what feedback I can now and will give complete feedback when I get the chance to use them.

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
They don't look particularly different to regular pantliners. I'm unclear whether they are waterproof though.

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?
n/a

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

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?
n/a

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
I don't intend to use the figleaves voucher as I wouldn't be buying anything from them in the first place.

TopsysMum Wed 02-Apr-14 20:51:23

Non tester- it's the little things that make the difference in life. Things that boost my confidence are my bb cream that gives me a fabulous glow and makes me look good when inside I might be feeling bleurgh. My fabulous mascara that makes it look like I've applied my makeup (or lack of!) and improved my appearance a million times over. Hair oil that makes my hair look great. A nice matching set of undies (you wouldn't want to end up in hospital with dodgy grey ones!) and a panty liner that fits... That doesn't stick to everything but your pants and scrunch up so you may as well have not bothered!

katyk81 Wed 02-Apr-14 23:03:46

Product Tester
My overall impression of Allways Dailies was good, I expected them to be bulkier but they were thin, discrete and I was pleased to see they were un-perfumed.

I found them to be comfortable and left me feeling fresher. They were easy to incorporate into my daily routine.

I am not pregnant but could have certainly done with them when I was! I would definitely recommend them if it came up in conversation- as things like this inevitably do once you are a Mum!

I would definitely purchase these again but have not used my Figleaves voucher yet, although I might still treat myself if it hasn't expired.

Thanks

CathBookworm Thu 03-Apr-14 15:26:43

I'm a non tester-the small things that make a positive difference to my day include-unexpected good weather, a phone call (or even better, a letter) from a friend, my little boy learning something new or just being in a loving mood (like today when he insisted on brushing my hair). A good new series being shown on TV, getting a takeaway instead of having to cook, having an hour or so to myself to get stuck into a book...

sazzle82 Fri 04-Apr-14 20:20:49

Tester.

1. I liked the product. The liners are small and thin. They aren't individually packaged, which is good from a waste point of view but makes them less discrete if you wanted to have them in your bag.

2. I definitely felt fresher using them. It was very comfortable and I couldn't tell it was there. I walk a lot and found that I still felt fresh no matter how hot I had been on the walk

3. Very easy to use, there's nothing complicated about them.

4. I'm not pregnant, but am a new mum and would recommend them. I think you can be very self conscious when pregnant and they just give a bit of peace of mind.

5. I probably will use them again. As I said, I walk a lot with the pram and can sometimes worry about how presentable I'll be when I get to my destination. These just take that worry away.

6. I haven't bought anything with the voucher as the minimum spend before you can use it is a bit high whilst on mat leave.

HannahLI Sat 05-Apr-14 20:42:49

I am not a tester but one thing that keeps me positive is keeping a picture on my phone that my son drew of me and him, when I feel like I need a positive uplift I sit down with a cup of tea and look at it as it remind me how much I am loved no matter how much the kids are driving me crazy at that exact moment.

mummyto2princess Sun 06-Apr-14 15:01:18

1. I really liked these. They were discrete and I hardly noticed I was wearing one.

2. I felt fresh and comfortable throughout the day which improved my confidence.

3. They were quick and easy to use, really no effort at all.

4. I would definitely recommend them to other pregnant women as they leave you comfortable and fresh and get rid of one really annoying side effect of pregnancy!

5. I have already bought more!

6. I am going to buy some amazing pretty underwear for after baby is born.

Byrdie Sun 06-Apr-14 20:07:14

Hi, I'm not a tester but I use Always and have just had a baby. I switched to them after using the maternity ones which made me feel like I had a rolled up towel (a real one!) stuffed in my pants. I have always (!) loved always and have been using them for years and years. I find them really thin but absorbent and I like the packaging. Not only the packaging (which currently comes with cute ribbons to close the packs once you've opened them) but the packaging around the actual liner as it has the little sticky tab so you can use it to wrap a used one tightly so it doesn't take up room in the bin or stick to the side of the bin - which means you or whoever empties the bin has to pick it off the side. Grim so thankfully with always that's avoided!

singlespeedlass Mon 07-Apr-14 07:05:27

1. Very good. Discreet and easy to use.

2. Yes, felt fresher and didn't have to change my pants!

3. Yes, took a few seconds.

4. Yes.

5. Likely when pregnant but not otherwise.

6. Saved until after birth to buy nice underwear.

honeyandbutter Mon 07-Apr-14 11:54:11

Non-tester

Small things that boost confidence: a bit of make-up, high heels, perfume, a good night's sleep and the DCs behaving themselves! Also, buying myself a little treat like a nail polish or a lipstick.

unquietmind Mon 07-Apr-14 13:22:46

on an average day, are the small things that help boost your confidence

non tester

Having a thin pantyliner makes such a difference and I worry less about all the things that come with that. I have to be very discreet about it at home otherwise confidence dissipates when DH laughs at it for leakage/perceived waste of money/implications of being smelly/damp/etc

Not having a fat bubble/muffin/etc when wearing clothes

Smelling nice all day

Having everything with me (including my emergency bag needs which do include tampons and pantyliners

Comfy socks

idleweiss Mon 07-Apr-14 18:20:57

Listening to music that makes me feel good/happy no matter how cheesy, makes a real positive difference to my day!! smile

ICantFindAFreeNickName Mon 07-Apr-14 19:57:05

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Very thin, discrete. I do prefer liners wrapped individually.

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, same as when wearing any panty liner.

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?
Not pregnant. Dont really have discussions about panty liners with friends.

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

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Will not be using. Need to spend too much, before you can use it.

Firewall Mon 07-Apr-14 22:04:06

Tester

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

Great shape, material, very thin

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, they were comfortable and effective and discreet. Kept dry, no irritation.

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?

Yes

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

Very likely

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

I haven't used the voucher

tinypumpkin Mon 07-Apr-14 23:03:47

Non tester here - Wearing a bit of make up makes me feel confident. Taking time to get ready but small children do not always allow this.

wheretoyougonow Tue 08-Apr-14 12:48:42

Non tester here.
The small things that make a difference to me are, waking up to sunshine coming through my curtains, hearing the children laughing (instead of arguing) and my hair and make-up going right!

boptanana Tue 08-Apr-14 18:45:59

Tester
1. Non obtrusive
2.Yes they gave me more confidence whether needed or not
3.yes
4.n/a, but would recommend to friends if it came up in conversation (a bit unlikely)
5. Yes, if they are available in current shop
6. Not used

MontysMum22 Wed 09-Apr-14 05:55:14

I think wearing pant liners like these is a must for people like me especially if your out and about, there is nothing more damaging to your confidence than worrying about leaks etc and freshness. As I've got older I sometimes get a bit of stress incontinence if I get a bad coughing fit or if I need the loo quickly and can't get there quite as quickly sometimes. Its not a bad case just once in a while but the thought of embarassment if you do have a bit of trouble doesnt bare thinking about. I always use always pant liners not sure if they are exactly the same as your testers tried but I swear by them. They are so discreet yet are enough protection without feeling that you are wearing a nappy! Also to be blunt your undies stay as clean and fresh as a brand new pair if you wear liners.

Excelsa Wed 09-Apr-14 14:23:11

1. Thin, well sized, and good amount of adhesive.
2. Yes, am a couple of months post giving birth so definitely gave me more confidence.
3. Yes, very simple, and remember most days. Not sure how you could complicate the process of wearing a pantyliner though?
4. Am not currently pregnant, but did wear them during pregnancy to keep an eye on things, and also for freshness. Would recommend.
5. Am still using.
6. Am not going to use.

nc060 Wed 09-Apr-14 15:44:41

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners? They were great, much better than others I have tried.

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? I would say yes it was more comfortable, Im not sure about fresher as being pregnant I still felt the need to just change liners throughout the day rather than feel uncomfortable.

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? Yes, it was certainly better than feeling uncomfortable and body conscious all day

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

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher? I will use it for nice underwear once Junior arrives

britnay Wed 09-Apr-14 16:24:10

Tester

1. Very small. Fitted nicely. Didn't have a scent smile Worked well.

2. I'm not sure that I noticed much difference. Perhaps I'm just generally fresh :D

3. Yes

4. N/A

5. Might use them again

6. Haven't used it yet. Need to buy some new bras smile

littlemonkeymum Wed 09-Apr-14 17:30:40

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Good - didn't notice them so they were very comfortable. I was surprised how thin they were
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?
Felt fresh & comfortable but no more so than with my usual brand
3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Yes, no problems, stuck well to underwear
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?
Yes, they were a decent product
5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
If they were on offer, definitely.
6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Didn't use, wasn't an exceptional offer!

angelsfeet Wed 09-Apr-14 17:31:56

Not a tester.

Having texts from my friends, enjoying a latte, lovely hot bath in the evening and my husband making me my evening decaf coffee.

redkindof Wed 09-Apr-14 19:04:37

Tester
What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
I was rather impressed reasonable quality, nice and discrete and hugely effective. I loved the fact they weren't scented as this factor often annoys me.

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 i loved the fact they were comfortbale, much more than other brands I've used and also they kept the shape well and didn't disintegrate or leak any oudur.

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
Absolutely, extremely useful and simple even when you didn't necessarily need the simplicity meant no issues.
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'm not currently pregnant but if I am in future I can see them been highly beneficial and top of my list to use due to comfort amongst other factors
5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again? Most likely to use them if they are on offer or they sell them locally to me

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher? I haven't yet purchased anything saving for a summer holiday etc

Seymour77 Wed 09-Apr-14 20:15:03

Tester
1. Didn't realise how much I needed them, now they are essential!
2. Very confident and definitely fresher, but didn't notice them at all. No dodgy odours after a hectic day!
3. So easy as part of routine, maybe have a reuse able pouch in each packet so they could pop into hand bag, but not have the waste packaging of individually wrapped liners.
4.Would recommend if the subject came up, but so much other advice to pass on, it's probably way down the list.
5. Pretty likely.
6. Bravado maternity bra, so comfortable a definite end of pregnancy essential!

MrsSpencerReid Wed 09-Apr-14 20:45:10

hi, sorry its taken so long to add my feedback, its really hard to answer questions on the app as you cant see the post with the questions in and you can't copy and paste agh! anyway,

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
They seemed small and very thin but did the job, I was suprised 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?
I wasn't worried about spotting which I get every now and again with the pill I'm on

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

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 don't think I would be confident that they would cope with much more than spotting so I would reccomend them for that, anything heavier I think I would want something more substantial (but they are liners not towels)

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

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
not sure yet!

BumWad Wed 09-Apr-14 21:19:36

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

I liked them, they stay on my underwear rather than folding inwards.

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?

Just the same as other always liners

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?

Not pregnant

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

I'll be buying them again

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

Nothing as it's only if you spend £40!!!!

GingerScouse Wed 09-Apr-14 21:49:28

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

I liked them - they were small and unobtrusive, if a little short for my physique.

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, felt much more comfortable as they absorbed a lot of the additional CM that I have been experiencing while pregnant.

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?

Yes, as they absorbed more of the additional CM than I anticipated and were very comfortable to wear.

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

Quite likely, although I may look for a longer liner.

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

Probably a nursing bra!

LowCarbHeaven Wed 09-Apr-14 22:23:03

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

I thought they looked discreet and I was glad they were unscented unlike a lot of Always products currently in the shops.

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?

I would say they definitely would be good to use if only needed a thin layer as they are not very thick but are certainly comfortable and discreet.

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?

I am not pregnant, I would have used them when I was though.

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

I would use them again although need to research the price as I would say they are no better than asdas own brand thin liners.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Nothing as I don't have the extra £30 to spare to use my voucher!!

williaminajetfighter Wed 09-Apr-14 22:59:05

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

I thought there was very small and light but worried there were possibly a bit too 'inocuous' and inconsequential.

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?

I'm not a huge proponent of panty liners but was willing to try these. I completely forgot that I was wearing these so can't say that I felt more confident throughout the day.

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

These were easy and simple to use but I wouldn't include as part of my 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?
I'm not pregnant but recently had a baby so experiencing a bit more, um, discharge than normally would.

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

I just can't wrap my head around wearing pantyliners and although these are very small and discrete, I could still feel these and just dont like the feel of pantiliners.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
probably another maternity bra!!

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
I liked them, they were comfortable and I would forget I was wearing one.

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, I did feel more comfortable and confident wearing them.

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? I will use them again, I'll be switching from my usual brand as Always are better.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher? I haven't used it yet, but probably won't TBH as I don't really have money to spend on the website.

cather Thu 10-Apr-14 20:06:42

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
They were slim and stayed put.

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?
I felt fresh and more comfortable than when I use my normal supermarket brand panty liners

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?
I'm not pregnant but would recommend them to a friend

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

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
I haven't used it

annieno1 Thu 10-Apr-14 20:09:49

great discreet and comfortable will def be buying these from now on

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
Surprisingly efficient for their lightweightness. I really didn't expect them to work so well.

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?
Um, I usually wear a pl, so no different really. The only difference was that they weren't so longlasting as the Always Large pls, so I sometimes had to change them mid-afternoon to continue feeling 'comfortable and confident'.

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?
Yes; they're a lot less sanitary-napkin-like than the standard pl, so easier to use for someone not used to needing one. I've always like the Always liners I've used.

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
Fairly likely, switching to a heavier duty version at those times in my cycle when there is more mucus/spotting.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
Probably subsidise a new nursing bra.

mimidl Sun 13-Apr-14 03:53:34

Being disabled means I'm quite restricted in the mornings more than at other times of the day - until my medication kicks in! ;)
The best thing to make my life easier is for my older children (17 & 18) to get breakfast ready for their 8 year old sister so that when I get downstairs she's fed, dressed and doing all the other things that need to be done before school.
It leads to a much less stressful day too - we can all go out to school/college etc., with no tension.

HeathcliffeItsMe Sun 13-Apr-14 21:39:32

1. Comfortable and effective.
2. More comfortable as they stayed in place.
3. Yes.
4. N/a
5. Likely, liked that they were not scented.
6. Not decided yet.

Cataline Mon 14-Apr-14 20:00:34

The small things that make a positive difference to my day are:
Hugs with my DH and DS,
Watching my bunnies happily hopping around the garden
A decent cup of tea and 5 minutes peace to drink it!
An impromptu cuddle with the cat-loud purrs= pure bliss!
Tasty treats that aren't too naughty so no guilt to deal with!

deels Tue 15-Apr-14 17:05:08

non tester-

the sunshine makes my day literally brighter

DurhamDurham Tue 15-Apr-14 20:13:22

Small things really do make a difference to me on a daily basis.

My husband brings me a cup of strong black coffee in bed every single morning ( not sure how I would cope if he suddenly stopped!)

My 20 year old daughter texts me each day just to say hello, she doesn't live at home anymore and I always feel better after her text as I know that she is ok.

My youngest daughter who is 16 years old sometimes pops to the shop on her way home from school to buy me a bar of chocolate. She saves some of her lunch money to do this even though I always have chocolate in the house, she likes to choose some for just for me smile

RhinosAreFatUnicorns Tue 15-Apr-14 22:46:00

Non tester:

Good deodorant makes me feel fresh
A splash of bright lipstick always boosts my confidence
A good hair day

A list - I always feel more organised and get more done

Paintyfingers Tue 15-Apr-14 23:48:08

Non tester.

Don't like panty liners tbh.

love wearing nice earrings - they make me feel 'dressed'.

kmills Wed 16-Apr-14 01:25:38

Non-tester:

I always wear panty liners as they give me much more confidence. Some days I have an increased discharge other days I don't. But wearing a panty liner daily means I always feel fresh & clean.

Wjjkl Wed 16-Apr-14 10:18:04

Non tester

Always putting a bit of make up on and my contact lenses in makes me feel better. Also, getting to drink a whole cup of piping hot tea before baby wakes up is a rare treat!

mumsbe Wed 16-Apr-14 15:17:49

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
My overall impression of always dailies pantyliners is that they were discreet and comfortable to wear

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 I felt more comfortably because some pantieliners can make you itch and sore as well as you notice they are there where as always dailys i forgot I was wearing one

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
No problem very easy to use

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?
Yes I would recommend them to a pregnant woman as these are the most comfy pantie liners I have tried and when you are pregnant being comfy is very impotant

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
I would use these again as and when needed as I said these have been very comfortable compared to other brands

sarahj68 Wed 16-Apr-14 16:46:04

The thing that boosts my confidence throughout the day is carrying spare sanitary protection in my handbag for myself and my daughter. Nothing worse than being away from home, all the local shops shut, and the public convenience wall machine being out of use!

Suzanne73 Thu 17-Apr-14 08:38:28

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

Firstly I was struck by how thin they were. But still a generous size. Which gave me confidence. As before I had been using a supermarket own brand which were far too small and didn't absorb anything.

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?

There is nothing worse than increased discharge while pregnant. Always gave me the confidence, freshness and discreetness that I was looking for.

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

They were so easy to use and to keep spares in my bag. They stayed firmly attached to my underwear.

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?

After experiencing increased discharge, firstly I consulted my midwife as I didn't realise this could be a pregnancy related problem and also seeing how many women on mumsnet were also had the same problem. So I would definitely recommend them for peace of mind and daily freshness

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

voucher?

I haven't used it yet.

Sunny2013 Thu 17-Apr-14 09:55:00

1. What was your overall impression of Always Dailies Pantyliners?
(A) A good quality, well priced, thin discreet, pretty panty liner.

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?
(A) They were very comfortable, but I wanted a fragrance, fragrance free is sadly not an option for me. I felt as the day went on these shrunk, and were not suitable for a woman who has had 3 children and sadly (at the time ) laughed off the idea of having to do pv floor exercises as being not necessary :-( however they did remain firmly in place even when they were at the end of their use. To feel totally comfortable. i would have joined 2 or more together. "BUT" ... for my DD aged 11 who is just staring on her road of becoming a woman they are "perfect" ... easy to conceal in her school bag , a strong adhesive quality to prevent any embarrassing mishaps etc ..

3. Did you feel they were easy and simple to use as part of an everyday routine?
(A) I have always used Always long plus or large fresh on a daily basis, and when wearing cotton knickers these were perfect, BUT i recently bought new underwear that has a high lycra content ... and they "do not stick" ... you could be walking and they just fall off, and drop down your leg .... extremely embarassing believe me, this has happened several times ... :-( but this never happened with these ones , they remained well secured, even after a day of sneezing ... if you get my drift...

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?
(A) I would recommend them to a pregnant woman who has not had any children, or maybe to women who were smart enough to do their pv floor exercises ... but for women who have had children I would not recommend them as they are not absorbent enough. I would also buy and recommend them for pre teens, teenagers and the younger woman.

5. How likely or unlikely are you to use them again?
(A) I personally wouldn't use them due to the no fragrance and light absorbency . BUT will continue buying them for my DD , she loved them.

6. What did you / will you buy with your Figleaves voucher?
(A) I didn't buy anything with my Fig leaves voucher as I didn't receive one :-(

Thank you for choosing me to test these for you, both myself and my DD tried them, and for her the are perfect, and she goes to school totally confident now that she won't have an embarrassing mishap. and that means the world to me and her, so thank you Mumsnet and Procter and Gamble UK for reassuring her on this new road that she is starting.

Trillions Thu 17-Apr-14 10:02:25

Posting to say to Always:
- please stop making scented pantyliners, they are vile and unnecessary and probably cause thrush! or at least make the unscented ones more available, they seem to be becoming a minority
- please bring back black pantyliners to wear in black underpants

Thanks smile

zipzap Thu 17-Apr-14 23:39:07

non-tester here...

Little things that brighten my day include:
DS1 slipping his hand in mine as we walk back to the car after picking him up from school despite the fact that he's now 8 and protests that he's too old for hugs and kisses at least in public!
DS2 rushing up to me to give me a great big hug and kiss, telling me that he loves me 'all of the time I am awake and all of the time I am asleep too' and then rushing off to carry on with whatever he was busy doing
Having MN on my phone for a sneaky catch up during the day - wonderful escape from reality!
Having my toenails painted in a jolly colour - keep it topped up just before going into the shower means that I don't have to waste time waiting for my nails to dry. And seeing jolly nails poking out when I pull my socks off at the end of the day just makes me smile!

suewall81 Fri 18-Apr-14 00:15:04

Tester

1. They are easy to use, stay in place, and absorb well.
2. Yes, much fresher. Felt more assured I wouldn't suffer with dampness or odours.
3. Very easy to apply, stayed in place very well.
4. I felt the smaller size would be more suited to non-pregnant women simply due to the amount of extra discharge during pregnancy. The larger sizes would probably be sufficient during pregnancy though.
5. Very likely, I am still using them now most days.
6. I haven't used it yet but plan on looking online soon.

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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