Cut: Classic Hipster
Focusing on creating undies you’ll want to wear every day of the month, Pure Rosy uses exclusive patented technology that’s hyper-absorbent and super comfortable. Offering the cutest designs we’ve seen so far, the sizes range all the way from a S to a 1X.
Offering the biggest range of the lot, Moodiboi is one of the bigger brands specifically catering to the period underwear market. They offer a ‘Find your perfect match’ quiz that matches you with your perfect pair based on your flow and preferences, and even offer a maxi style which is a 24-hour range that absorbing up to 50ml (10 tampons’ worth).
Eco Period au
Cut: Bikini brief
Eco Periods offer a whole range of eco cups, pads, yoni eggs and vaginal steaming herbs. While we definitely can’ advise on those, their period briefs are made from ultra absorbent organic and natural fibres that do the job of absorbing heavy flows up to 10 tampons of fluid (60ml). What’s more is that they have a 40 trial period (you get a round if you hate them) and offer super cute bundle packs that give you a few different cuts to try.
Cut: Midi brief
Amongst a range of biodegradable pads, reusable pads and menstrual cups, Love Luna offer four variations of black period panties – bamboo and full brief (for medium to heavy periods) as well as a midi and bikini brief (for light/medium periods). They are not as thick as some of the others and look pretty much like normal undies.
Probably the most well-known underwear brand Down Under, not many people know that Bonds do in fact have their own range of period undies in the ‘Bloody Comfy’ range. They offer a huge range of their signature prints and cuts all in different thicknesses and boast a 5-layer design in the heavy absorbency styles.
Thinx underwear have four different layers of protection in their heavy absorbency range: moisture-wicking cotton, an odour-trapping lining, a super-absorbent fabric, and a leak-resistant barrier. They even explain that these panties can hold up to 4 regular tampons’ worth of blood. Not bad.
Of course they also offer a range of low absorbency options, and have a super-cute pick of colours and designs.
Source: Read Full Article