FAQ About Starr Daya Women's Menstrual Period Panties/underwears
Period underwear is an underwear or pant intended for you to wear during your period to take the place of disposable protection products like tampons or pads. It is technologically constructed to look and feel like regular underwear (i.e. not bulky), period panties are made with extra layers and special fabrics in the crotch area to absorb menstrual blood. Wash them, re-wear them, and wash them again as these are a reusable option all cycle long for a happier and comfortable period days.
Period underwear consists of an absorbent material that holds two to four tampons’ worth of flow, a moisture barrier to keep you comfortable, it's antibacterial and a layer designed to prevent any leaks or staining and can be worn safely for longer hours between 8 to 12 hours provided you wear the right size.
Beyond the comfort factor and leak-proofing, period panties are also gaining popularity as both an ecologically sustainable and economically smart choice. Try them if you’re looking for a solution less irritating than tampons, more comfortable than sanitary pads, and less messy than using a menstrual cup. And with period panties, you’re always ready: No more frantic late-night tampon runs to the corner store or that disgusting feel of pad leaks and stains either during the day or night sleep . Above all its very sustainable, ecofriendly and very cost effective.
Number of pads and tampons (plus their wrappers and applicators) used over one woman's lifetime that can end up in landfills and our oceans.$18,000
How much a woman can spend on traditional period products over her lifetime.
Women should contribute to help save our planet by switching to sustainable, ecofriendly, and economical reusable period pants
Period pants can be washed and reused, “as long as you wash them by hand with cold water regularly,” says Hollender.
For long and safe use of your period pants, just rinse under cold water to wash off blood and apply soap and hand wash or toss into your washing machine with other clothes afterwards. Do not apply fabric softerners to period pants as this will tamper with the pant's protective layers. Do not use harsh detergents on your period pants.
Yes! Period underwear are designed to replace your use of pads and tampons. They can replace liners, pads, tampons, and cups, or be worn with a tampon or a cup for extra protection.
If you’re first trying them out, you’ll probably want several pairs to replace your traditional period products on your lighter days. If you decide to commit, you’ll likely want a full five- to seven-day set depending on the length of your flow, so you’re not laundering every other day. You can also consider a sleep-specific pair or two: If you want to sleep worry-free, we have a full cut pant that fits a little more snug and stretchy fabrics with extra coverage for side and rear leak protection.
After you remove your period panties, drop them in cold water to soak or rinse them.Step 2: Wash
If machine washing, first place them in a washable mesh bag and wash on the delicate or gentle cycle. To make your underwear last, consider hand-washing with a mild detergent.
Note: Do not apply fabric softener to the period pants as it will alter the protective layers of the pant.Step 3: Dry
Do not put in dryer. Instead, lay underwear flat or hang dry to help maintain the fabric's integrity.Step 4: Treat
Worried about stains or lingering smells? Our Period undies are designed to be stain-resistant and shouldn’t retain a scent if cared for properly, but you can soak them in vinegar/water mixture prior to laundering, too.
Yes you can!
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