Safe Intimate Care Sanitary Napkins
Did you know that a woman will use an average of 15,000 pieces of sanitary equipment within 30 to 40 years in her entire lifetime? Do they work – does anyone ask this?
I wear tampons’ you say. Are they a good idea? Do they do the job?
Having demonstrated of the absorbency of menstrual aids – I am here to show you. Is this as good as it gets? Is there a comfy DRY option??
Safety is an issue we do not think of.
What is going into your body when you use them? I do not just mean you are causing back flow using tampons or cups and maybe adding to the possibility of giving yourself endometriosis . .
To avoid this – you may have switched to ‘organic’.
(Supposedly no chemicals to damage you – in microscopic amounts).
Do they work though?
I have trialed ALL ‘organic’ and ‘natural’ menstrual aids.
They are NOT absorbent
Note – I have not trialed the moon cups.
The menstrual discharge is supposed to drain away – not be caught up inside.
Please – allow what is to flow go.
Ever wondered how to have an easy life, enjoy being woman? Women are designed to bleed. As a women’s natural health care worker for the past 40 years, I know that we do not pay enough attention to how to live well. Or to honour our bleeding. Periods are not supposed to be a worry/ a hassle or even a pain.
Monthly – making a baby nest and when it is not needed – letting to go – to start again. Having a trusted brand of sanitary pads will help. Now – a DRY pad?
Always dry? (Thus not cold or wet)? What else would be on your wish list?
Not leaking? The day pads easily hold and do not leak 50 ml – they can hold 100ml. Their capacity seems to be 150 ml. There are super and maxi pads also.
Holding enough so you can get out of the house – even on very heavy days?
Maybe even wearing something that feels as though it is not even there? Possible.
Q – Do your current menstrual aids ‘work’?
(Keep you dry?
Just HOW good are Drion?
A fuller explanation of the pads, why you need to use them and more demonstrations are found on this site