Breathable and non-chlorine bleached, these earth-friendly
panty shields have extra soft covers, no plastic backing and are a
great choice for those who want only the finest in natural personal
care products. Fragrance-free and biodegradable. Box of 30 shields
Different from other pantiliners but worth it
From Anonymous of Kansas City, Kansas on 9/17/2008.
The cotton in these seems to be more loosely srtung together than conventional liners, and without the plastic weave over it that some have, I found that they did bunch up a bit and sometimes little "crumbs" of cotton would fall off and get...er...stuck. I felt better about using a brand that was animal friendly though and doesn't leach chemicals into my body cavities! So I feel that although you can definitely tell the difference with this "granola" product compared to conventional brands, it is worth it. "Tushies" baby wipes helped with the "crumbs" problem.
I LOVE THEM!
From Sarah Mitchell of Victoria, British Columbia on 12/20/2006.
I Bought a box...and i really love them! very absorbent..next to nothing for PLASTIC on them! and i have used nothing else but these every since!:-)
From Anonymous of Portland, Oregon on 6/15/2006.
My lady bits are now very very happy. This product is wonderful! Comfy and soft and cushiony without being a puffy nuisance. And no more sweaty ickiness from plastic covers and wings, which is a BIG plus.
Saved me more than once
From Anonymous of Los Angeles, California on 1/26/2006.
I use these pads over thongs and have never had a problem. They stay put and absorb a lot, have saved me from embarrassment more than once!
They work for lining panties
From Tracye Sine of Haverford, Pennsylvania on 10/9/2005.
Hey, what else can I say? Most pantyliners work the same way. There is no noticeable difference between these and every other pantyliner on the market. They look, feel, and stick to the panties the same way. They just don't have dioxin. This is surely a good thing.
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