I Tried Period Panties: Evereve Period Panties Review

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Between periods and shaving my head, I’d readily choose the latter. Going bald is probably not the best idea, but it’s certainly worth escaping the atrocious agony of cramps, nausea, backaches, and the inexplicable discomfort in seventy-four other parts of my body. My point is, if there’s anything that makes my monthly cycle even slightly more bearable, I’m going to appreciate it with all my heart, whether it’s a piece of dark chocolate or a period panty in this case.

Period panties might just be the favorite discovery of my twenties. I mean, think about it – whoever came up with the idea that adult diapers could be a thing and that they could make the lives of menstruating women a tad bit easier is definitely a genius. I tried period panties for the first time, and I’m not gonna shut up about it. I’ve already verbally reviewed these half a dozen times, but this time I’ll let my fingers do the talking. This post is an unsponsored, super honest review of Evereve period panties that I kind of fell in love with.

Evereve Period Panties Review

After three failed attempts to wield menstrual cups last year (I’ll spare the grisly details for some other time), I reverted to good ol’ sanitary pads and never dared to try any new period product since. Despite flitting about the internet and shopping apps almost religiously, I’d never come across period panties until this one time last month when I received a free sample of Evereve period panty with my grocery order. Free samples bore me but oh not this one. I gave it a shot, and instantly fell in love with it. So much that I promptly ordered more for this month, and I’ve been enjoying leak-proof cycles ever since. To be honest, I regret not discovering these sooner.

First off, the diaper’s material is incredibly soft, and I haven’t experienced any discomfort or rashes – that’s a major win right there. Secondly, the protection truly lives up to the 360-degree claim, which was pleasantly unexpected. There was absolutely no leakage, even on heavy flow days. The panty wasn’t bulky at all which made it suitable for daytime wear as well. And lastly, putting it on and taking it off was a breeze – after all, they are disposable diapers but for adults. Plus, they come in multiple sizes, so you can choose the one that suits you best.

The cost of one piece comes to around INR 28, and from what I’ve seen online, Evereve period panties seem considerably more cost-effective than other brands. All things considered, it’s a solid 10/10 for me.