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Article: 5 Times When Panty Liners Work Best for You

5 Times When Panty Liners Work Best for You
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5 Times When Panty Liners Work Best for You

Panty liners are the underserved section of sanitary wear. Sorry to start with a buzzkill of a sentence but many users are still unaware of the concept of panty liners. They are either aware of sanitary pads or no pads at all!

However, panty liners are those sanitary products that work on days when there might be discharge but not necessarily your menstrual cycle.

Those who have used panty liners are pleasantly surprised at the niftiness of these products and are happy with the results on the days where you want something in between for support.

What are Panty Liners Used For?

Panty liners are thinner and smaller version of a sanitary pad that is not adept to absorb heavy period flows can easily be used absorb light moisture to help you stay dry and clean in your intimate regions. 

When to Use Panty Liners

The question of when to use panty liners often comes up since many users are not aware of this sanitary product when compared to pads. 

The good news is panty liners are diverse and have multiple usages that can help users in their day to day lives. Here are some of the applications of a panty liner.



1. Right Before Periods End

During the final days of periods, the flow is too less for a conventional pad to be used optimally but it's a tad bit too much to be left alone at the mercy of your undergarment. 

For those light, barely there period days, a panty liner is the perfect sanitary product, that will absorb the light spotting while keeping you fresh and clean. Panty liners also help protect users from period rashes since they absorb the light blood without rubbing against the user’s inner thigh.

2. Postpartum

Light postpartum flow is a common occurrence after a few weeks of giving birth. Panty liners are great options for these days.

3. During the Hot and Humid Season

Hot and humid seasons mean sweat in your intimate regions, rashes, infections and discharges that may be a result of dehydration.

The best way to avoid such infections is to use a panty liner that will absorb the said banalities of the summer season and also keep you dry in your intimates.

It is a good idea to change these panty liners every 5-6 hours, like conventional pads in order to avoid bacterial build up.

4. During Heavy Discharge Days

Heavy discharge may be as a result of dehydration, body functionality, infection and many other reasons. 

While it is vital that you visit your doctor, in the meantime, you can keep the irritation and wetness at bay with a humble panty liner. Be sure to change this panty liner frequently to prevent infections. 

5. When Wearing a Menstrual Cup or a Tampon

Though menstrual cups and tampons are leak-proof, if you are a first time user, your worries are understandable.

To alleviate concerns, it is a good idea to use panty liner that can catch the small leakages and offer you peace of mind.
With time, as you grow more confident using a cup or a tampon, you can do away with panty liners and use them for other purposes.
If you are concerned about waste concerns when it comes to panty liners, you can also go for reusable panty liners that you can easily use, wash, store and reuse again.
Most reusable panty liners are available in the form of a pack of 4 or 6 so that you don’t have to worry about using a panty liner the next day while staying true to your no-waste policy. Most reusable panty liners are made from soft cloth and high absorbent material that makes it soft to touch, convenient to use and easy to wash & dry as well.


Advantages of Wearing Panty Liners

Wearing a panty liner comes with its own set of advantages. Some of them are listed below

  1. Protects Against Adult Incontinence
  2. Helps Keep Underwear Clean
  3. Helps Prevent Period and Pad Rashes
  4. Easily absorbs leakage like urine leakage, vagina discharge, etc
  5. Easy to carry during travelling
  6. Prevents wastage of conventional pads during light period days

How to Use a Panty Liner?

Using a panty liner is similar to a sanitary pad.

  • Like a pad, panty liners too are equipped with a sticky surface that sticks to the inside of your underwear.
  • If you are using a reusable panty liner then you can fasten the buttons of the liner around the gusset of the underwear and ensure it is secured.
  • It is vital to change your panty liner every 6 hours to prevent moisture and bacterial build up.
  • Avoid wearing panty liners at night because it may go beyond the stipulated time of 6 hours and lead to infections.
  • Avoid going for scented panty liners as they can trigger infections and rashes.

Using a panty liner is a step towards a positive intimate health, and physical as well as emotional well-being. Add it to your menstrual kit for a rash-free, moisture-free and odour-free experience!


When should you wear a panty liner?

Panty liners use include absorbing light period flows, vaginal discharge, and preventing rashes in the intimate region during summer seasons, to name a few. 

How do panty liners work?

Much like sanitary pads, panty liners are placed at the underwear’s gusset which does not cover the whole fabric but ensures absorption of discharge or light spotting. 

Should panty liners be worn daily?

Panty liners can be worn daily but should be changed every 6 hours or when they are very moist/damp.

How many panty liners should you wear in a day?

Depends upon the discharge or moisture build up of the user. The ideal time to change a panty liner is 6 hours, which makes an average of 4 panty liners/per day, should you require it. The best option in this case is to use a reusable panty liner. 

Is wearing panty liners healthy?

There is no evidence that panty liners are unhealthy - however one should avoid going for scented ones and ensure that the material is breathable. 

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