Labelar ® Period Panties | Full Review
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$4.75 – $10.55
Good for Just Nighttime Use?
Labelar makes two types of leak-proof panties that only differ in style, not function. There’s the Stain Free High-Rise Brief and the Women’s Soft Touch Leak Proof Sanitary Brief.
The manufacturer describes these as maternity-wear panties, but due to their leak-proof properties, they can also be used as period panties.
Type #1 | Stain Free High-Rise Brief
You can find this type on Intimate Portal ® Period Panties page as well.
Type #2 – Women’s Soft Touch Leak Proof Sanitary Brief
Labelar period underwear are made from soft, lightweight 95 percent cotton and 5 percent spandex. The leak-free section is the rear panel of these underwear. To care for these panties, hand wash gently or machine wash gentle cycle at cool temperatures.
Most customers say that these work fine as a backup for a pad or menstrual cup. Others complain that only having leak-proofing on the back panel makes these useless. Everyone seems to agree that they’re comfortable to wear.
About the Company
I’m unable to find any information about the company besides the fact that they specialize in selling undergarments for both men and women.
The Bottom Line
I think that if your main concern is nighttime leaks, these can be a good choice when worn with a pad or other form of leak protection. The have the waterproof lining, if only in the back, and they’re comfortable.
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