Simply Nerdy Mom: Period Confidence With Panty Prop

Sunday, August 28, 2016

Period Confidence With Panty Prop

Period panties are pretty popular right now and for good reason! For years women struggled with the confidence to wear what they wanted during their period for fear of leaks. Most period panties out there only come in adult sizes, but what companies don't understand is that pre-teens struggle with period confidence as well, especially if they are just coming into womanhood with their very first period. 

Panty Prop knows how important it is for girls (and women) to be confident all the time, including that time of the month. That's why they make period panties in sizes from pre-teen clear up to adult and their panties come in many fun styles and colors. 

Panty Prop panties are comfortable and not at all bulky unlike others on the market. What makes Panty Prop panties special is that they have a little "lip"- if you will- in the crotch area of the panties that prevent your pad from moving around and decreasing the chance of leaks. 

Panty Prop panties are designed to be used with pads and tampons, but can also be used without and they will still provide protection for light leaks. They work with store bought pads as well as homemade reusable pads. Of course, you can still use them if you use tampons or menstrual cups, but the function of the liner around the sides is to prevent a pad from sliding around. 

Check out their "Just In Case Period Kit" that comes with 10 period essentials as well as a pair of Panty Prop panties! 

Panty Prop also believes that periods, which are a natural thing, should not be taxed! Which is why they offer a package of pads for a natural body function for only A PENNY plus the cost of shipping (which is around $4.00). No purchase necessary. Limit one per address. It's a good addition to a welcome to womanhood care package for any preteen girl as well as a great donation to a women's shelter!

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  1. Are these comfortable to wear without a pad or does the additional liner lead to discomfort?

    1. My daughter wears them all the time. She has sensory issues and finds that she prefers them over regular underwear some days.

  2. This company has the worst customer service ever! Do not buy them