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SarahTancredi Tue 21-May-19 14:12:13

I have recently invested in a set and they are so much more comfy than disposables although a bit bulky for my rather tight work uniform but for night time and at home they are fine.

However the size is surprising. I'm looking to get a starter bundle together for someone who isnt an adult ( sorry I'm hoping to avoid weirdos clicking on this) ready for just in case.

Which ones which hopefully wont be so bulky or be a bit better for use at that place non adults go to for 6 hours a day.

Added issue of eczema which is the reason for avoiding disposables as much as possible as even the non scented ones get a bit hot and itchy and irritating.

Which ones are best?

Tia

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SarahTancredi Wed 22-May-19 07:23:24

Bump

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LuluBellaBlue Wed 22-May-19 07:25:44

What’s a CSP?

bellinisurge Wed 22-May-19 07:26:16

Try modibodi period pants maybe?

bellinisurge Wed 22-May-19 07:26:56

Or Wuka? Or Cheeky wipes? I think these do period pants.

RockCrushesLizard Wed 22-May-19 07:28:05

I like the Bloom & Nora ones,
The white "Nora" style are comfy, wash well, and feel nice and dry.

PunkRockHippy Wed 22-May-19 07:35:45

I’m not sure you’re doing any favours to the destigmatisation of menstruation by being so bloody cryptic about it all! Would you also word things so weirdly if you were talking about buying shoes? People fetishise feet as well you know!

Agree look at period pants, but pretty much anywhere you buy cloth sanitary/menstrual pads from do them in different sizes/thicknesses, look for teen or petite. But remember some girls might start with a heavy flow and need a bigger/thicker pad anyway.

A nice little bag with sections for fresh/used pads and some wipes would be a nice touch too.

bellinisurge Wed 22-May-19 07:48:20

Not sure the op is being cryptic. This topic is generally used by people who know what csp are.

SarahTancredi Wed 22-May-19 07:59:14

I know people fetishise feet. If they wanna sit at home in their pants as I talk about my shoes they can knock themselves out.

However I know full well we have some weird toilet troll on here claiming to be a teacher and who revels in toilet accidents by people who arent adults hence the phrasing. Its nothing to do with trying to maintain a stigma...

I intend on buying the pants however given the price of them I'd rather wait until absolutely needed so I dont have the wrong size

The pads however I want to get a couple together so we are a little prepared. I work evenings so popping to the shop after work and grabbing a packet if I get a phone call isnt really an option.

The wipes are a fab idea thanks. Hadnt thought of that smile

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TheStakeIsNotThePower Thu 23-May-19 18:47:17

I have pants ready for my 10 year old, I figure it is the most practical option as she has a pair in her school bag so doesn't need to worry about it. If she grows out of them before she starts then it has still been a good peace of mind investment.

However, if you prefer pads I also have a few of the panty liner size eco rainbow ones which seem a good young teen size. Most sites have the pad dimensions on which I find is best for working out what you need as with them being more bulky if the edge is in the wrong place on your undercarriage it really isn't comfortable! I have various cloth pads for myself and have put the bits from bundles that I've bought that are the wrong size for me aside for the girl.

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