What are period panties and how to care for them?
Publicado en 22 June 2020
Let’s face it. Your period week probably isn’t the most enjoyable moments of your life. The unbearable and sometimes uncontrollable pain makes you want to forget everything and crawl in a hole. But here’s some good news! There’s a way to lift your mood when you’re feeling down in the dumps. They are called period panties. There are different types of period panties out there, but if you’re the kind of girl who wants to stick with the traditional menstrual supplies like pads and tampons, we’ve got the best underwear for your period to match your needs. For those of you who’s never heard of period panties, we’ll give you the run down on how period panties are different from normal underwear, the correct way to wash and care for them and why we love them!
What are period panties?
As straightforward as the name, period panties are designed to be worn during your period. There are a variety of options out there, but our period panties are for those looking for the most comfortable and practical panties that match well with pads and tampons. Read on to learn what’s so special about aimerfeel period panties!
3 reasons why we love aimerfeel period panties
Reason 1: Wing pocket
One of the main reasons some girls prefer winged pads is to prevent stains from leaking from the sides. But there’s only one problem…When you wear normal underwear, you have to stick your wings on the outer fabric of the crotch. And let’s be honest. It’s not the most beautiful scene. That’s where the aimerfeel period panties come in play!
The great thing about these panties is that there’s a cute little pocket where you can tuck away your wings. Practical and smart! Here’s how you’ll apply the pad:
Before applying the pad.
Place the pad
Tuck the wings
Here’s a side shot.
Here’s how it looks
Reason 2: Washable. Easy-to-wash and waterproof crotch
During your period, anything can happen and stains are one of them. There’s nothing to be embarrassed about. Another reason why we love our period panties is that they are washable and the crotch section is made of material that’s easy to wash. It’s also made of waterproof material to help prevent the menstrual fluid from leaking through.
Reason 3: Cute design to boost your mood
One way to uplift your mood during your period is to wear cute, sexy panties and sometimes, with a little bit of humor. It may seem trivial, but trust us — it makes a huge difference. Aimerfeel’s panties are not only functional, but it’s designed to make you feel happy and confident even on the bluest days like your period.
Check out some of our favorites:
These styles are great for both light and heavy-flow days.
The good elasticity and soft feel provide excellent comfort! The double crotch structure with waterproof fabric reduces anxiety about leakage. You can relax while sleeping even on heavy flow days! These are one of the best waterproof period panties for girls.
Your guide to getting out period stains
Tip 1: Stay away from hot water.
You may be tempted to wash out stains with hot water, but blood has a tendency to harden when in contact with heat. So, we recommend soaking your underwear with cold or lukewarm water. And the sooner, the better! Because the blood left on the panties will oxidize and become difficult to clean as time passes.
Tip 2: Use a stain remover and laundry detergent
After soaking it in cold or lukewarm water, pre-treat the stain with a stain remover. Soak it for about 10 minutes and rinse out with cold water. Once the stain is gone, you can wash it with laundry detergent. If you don’t have a stain remover, you can also apply a few drops of detergent on the stain spot and pinch out the stain. If you want to extend the lifetime of your panties, don’t rub the fabric.
Tip 3: Stain remover alternatives in your house
If neither water or detergent does the trick, and you don’t have a stain remover on hand, these handy items can save your day.
- White Vinegar:
Pour it directly on the stain and let it soak for about 10 minutes. Then, take a paper towel and blot the stain out. You can repeat this process until the stain comes out. Wash it out with cold water and detergent to remove the smell of vinegar.
- Hydrogen Peroxide:
Apply the all-mighty household stain remover, hydrogen peroxide on the stain. Cover it with plastic wrap and a dark towel on top to prevent it from coming in contact with light, which is known to turn hydrogen peroxide into water. Be sure to only apply it on the stain, as panties with colorful print may fade.
Those were our tips and tricks to help alleviate some of the stress that comes with your period. Hope these smart and cute panties brighten up your day!