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Sanitary towels for teens

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JustSpeakSense Mon 03-Oct-16 18:53:07

My almost 13 year old DD is showing signs of starting her periods soon. I was wondering what brand and type of sanitary products are best for first time users, I don't use them so pretty clueless confused

dementedpixie Mon 03-Oct-16 22:01:24

Dd found the lillets teen towels were a bit small so uses a mix of bodyform and own brand sanitary towels. She likes kotex ones too

dementedpixie Mon 03-Oct-16 22:01:52

I'd get her a selection and see what she prefers

Chimchar Mon 03-Oct-16 22:11:26

My 12 yo uses the liletts teen range. They do a little purse thing with a few bits in there... Nighttime towels, daytime ones, tampons, and maybe a few wipes too? You could get one as a starter pack and try them out.

She's finding them great as far as I know!

Cathaka15 Mon 03-Oct-16 22:12:30

I love the always scented ones. They're nice and thin and have never leaked.

RuralLibran Mon 03-Oct-16 22:12:59

My 11 yr old is using the lilets teen range, so far so good.

dementedpixie Mon 03-Oct-16 22:13:17

We got the lillets starter pack but dd found the towels a bit short for her so prefers larger ones. She uses the zippy bag for school

dementedpixie Mon 03-Oct-16 22:14:11

And I'd avoid scented ones, no need for scented towels at all especially for children

graphista Mon 03-Oct-16 22:14:43

My daughter likes always, my preferred choice too but when she started I got a selection of trials (go to the various brands own sites).

JustDanceAddict Tue 04-Oct-16 12:27:06

Always

BrollySmolly Tue 04-Oct-16 12:28:57

My 12 y old uses bodyform without wings.

Chimchar Thu 06-Oct-16 20:45:45

Have just a chat with my dd. She is finding the liletts teen pads a bit short too now too. it seems that maybe they're great for physically small girls (or younger girls).

Thought I'd update as it was relevant. smile

Hulababy Sat 08-Oct-16 20:59:09

I tend to just buy DD the Always ones, with wings. Infact a lot of the time she prefers the longer ones, as not always very light. She was 10y when it started and we did initially have the teen range but they weren't really adequate enough after that first one.

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