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Disneydarlings Mon 27-Apr-20 22:02:57

Is there any other small narrow teens brand of sanitary towels other than lilets?

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MadauntofA Mon 27-Apr-20 22:06:00

Mine was very fussy and liked Sainsbury’s own brand - very thin, not perfumes and not too wide. I think own brands are generally thinner

dementedpixie Mon 27-Apr-20 22:10:25

My dd likes bodyform with wings

BlackHillsofDakota Mon 27-Apr-20 22:13:09

My petite dd uses body form also

DarkMutterings Tue 28-Apr-20 01:00:12

Did anyone use period pants and if so what brand? DD started recently and isn't loving towels, so was wondering about the pants as a better option?

MadauntofA Tue 28-Apr-20 07:11:02

We didn't Dark as my Dd, who hated towels moved onto tampons and luckily had a light flow so managed with them only. I am considering pants with my youngest when she starts as she is v sporty so might give her some added protection when she is active

DarkMutterings Tue 28-Apr-20 13:23:00

Thanks, DD seems quite heavy already and at 11 isn't really keen on tampons yet, so I fear it's towels for her.

SarahTancredi Tue 28-Apr-20 13:35:49

Theres some bella teen ones on amazon or something.

Would help to know what the issue is so we can advise?

Disneydarlings Tue 28-Apr-20 13:42:26

There's no issue. DD is only tiny and lots of brands body form, always are very wide. Lilets seem to be narrower for the gusset area. I was just wondering if there was any other brands that do a teen range. I guess it's just trial and error.

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SpudsAreLife84 Tue 28-Apr-20 13:55:08

I buy lilets as they seem the smallest for DDs underwear. I buy them on Amazon as no shops bear here stock them, unless you drive 40 mins into the city! It's a right pain.

dementedpixie Tue 28-Apr-20 14:52:12

Lillets were too short for dd and they leaked at the back.

Hopefulmidwife Tue 28-Apr-20 14:53:50

I like bodyform. They're not perfumed and they are so much softer than always.

RedskyAtnight Tue 28-Apr-20 14:58:30

Lillets night are better than the day ones (the day ones seem too small even with a petite teen).

TheHobbitMum Tue 28-Apr-20 14:59:49

My teen prefers Lillets Teen range perfect for them, Super drug and Amazon sell them

reluctantbrit Sun 03-May-20 11:48:55

DD uses Modibodis. She started jut 3 months into having a period as she totally and utterly hates tampons and pads. She uses them only when away with the scouts or for swimming (thinking of buying her a Modibodis swimwear though).

One pair lasts from 7am - 4pm, she wears an overnight one on PE days or if she is the whole day at the stable. Hardly any leaks.

SnowsInWater Mon 04-May-20 07:07:06

I got DD the Modibodi bikini bottoms @reluctantbrit and she loves them. Mix and match bikinis are the thing here so black bottoms are great.

londonbrick Mon 04-May-20 07:17:34

Have you considered a mooncup?

reluctantbrit Mon 04-May-20 08:03:56

@londonbrick I think most preteens or young teens are still not grown enough for one.

Also, the idea to use a tampon is bad enough for mine, she only uses them as she swims as a hobby and loves pools on holiday. The idea to take a mooncup out and empty it is definitely “yuck” factor too much for her.

245Blossom Sun 10-May-20 22:46:47

I use Modibodi and reuseable pads so have brought a few for DD for when she starts, the mood swings would suggest not much longer to wait.
I'm not a fan of tampons, so while I like the idea of a mooncup I'm not convinced plus have read that you have to be very careful when removing it or you can end up with a prolapse.

anicebag Sun 10-May-20 22:55:22

The modibodi swimsuit comes up quite small. Bought 2 and both quite right (but fine). Probably need to be.

anicebag Sun 10-May-20 22:55:40

Tight not right

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