Best Feminine Hygiene Products
Between stained clothes, mood swings, cramps, back pain (need we go on?), periods can be a massive drag. Finding a feminine hygiene product that works for you can make your time of the month that little bit easier - and as period-havers, we'll take what we can get.
Today, you can find anything from panty liners, pads, tampons, menstrual cups, and even period undies to help you stay on top of your flow.
The trusty pad or sanitary napkin is easy to use for those new to their periods, but even long-time period havers rely on these products to manage their time of the month. You can get these in different absorbencies to suit all kinds of flows.
Those who don't mind a sanitary product that they have to insert may find a tampon or menstrual cup is the most suited to them. When inserted correctly, you shouldn't feel a thing with these products, making for a more comfortable (and eco-friendly) period.
Best Feminine Hygiene
Latest review: The new Femfresh wipes are truly awful. They tear into shreds and are really difficult to use, because they are so soft and fragile. They just shredded into tiny
- Value for Money4.1 (825)
- Causes Irritation Yes (17) · No (805)
Moxie’s wide range of easy-to-use menstrual hygiene products (complete with stylish, refillable packaging) means there’s likely to be a tampon or menstrual cup that strikes your fancy.
- Value for Money3.0 (2)
- Causes Irritation Yes (0) · No (3)
If you experience light to moderate bladder leakage, Always Discreet Incontinence Pads can give you the confidence to go about your day without a worry.
- Value for Money4.0 (60)
- Causes Irritation Yes (0) · No (61)
Latest review: used the “2 drop strength ones” which was definitely not too tick or too thin for daily use. The liner itself and packaging around it are made comfortable & discreet. Good material use
Beat the menstrual blues with a Lunette menstrual cup - it can be left in for up to half a day, helping you stress less about the ins and outs of your period.
JuJu offers an inclusive selection of menstrual cups of different shapes and sizes to suit people with different vagina lengths and cervix positions, giving you a comfortable fit regardless of how you fare down there.
With odour control, rapid drying technology, and a longer design for added security, the Always Discreet Incontinence Pads Plus offer the support you need for peace of mind day and night.
U by Kotex Regular Ultrathin Pads prevent leaks while offering optimal comfort, helping take some of the stress out of your time of the month.
Those with sensitive skin may find what they’re looking for in the TOM Organic Ultra Thin Day Panty Liners - they’re comfortable, gentle on your privates, and offer up help on days when you have a light flow.
Latest review: Was No expecting the comfort until I tried this. Easy to insert and comfortable throughout the day. Recommend pinching the end to pull out as I didn’t know this first up and if you pull without doing
As Carefree's thinnest panty liners (even having an option for G-strings) reviewers often pin their hopes of invisibility and comfort on these liners.
With a shape and size specially designed for younger people, the Diva Cup Model 1 provides period-endurers with a comfortable, eco-friendly menstrual hygiene option to help them battle through their time of month.
Menstrual cups can be a more economical, hygienic, and environmentally friendly alternative to pads and tampons - but you should decide for yourself whether you want to put the Tulip Menstrual Cup to the test.
Latest review: The previous style of cardboard was perfectly fine. With the knowledge out there on how bad plastics are for the environment why has Libra gone with plastic? I am so disappointed with this decision
Latest review: I brought this 6 months ago, for a. While I was to scared to try it, but decided to give it a go, it took a couple tries to work it out. I now have cramp free shorter periods. Normally my period
Latest review: I like these pads, they work well for my regular flow. Sometimes, when I have a heavier period, I put two pads, one on top of the other, and I am OK. My skin is very sensitive and these pads never
Latest review: The two Toms products I tried have both been horrible. Was given almost full bags by girlfriends after it caused allergic reactions to them and they couldn't use them. I'd rate them 0 in terms of
Latest review: Any u by Kotex pads doesn’t leak and feel so protected especially night long pads. I have heavy period so I need to use good quality pads every month and was searching which is the best for me when n
Period underwear can help make your monthly flow a little more fuss-free, but opinions are still divided on the absorbency and comfort of the TOM Organic Period Briefs.
Latest review: Firstly, please change the packaging colour so that I can AVOID these tampons. Tampons are hard with a scratchy plastic flared wing design reminiscent of a badminton shuttlecock when opened up.