Feel fresh all day with Veeda Panty Liners

December 02, 2021 2 min read

What are Panty Liners for?

Similar to sanitary pads, but thinner and smaller for comfort, panty liners are designed to be used on the days between your period to maintain that everyday freshness and protect your underwear from light discharge.

Can panty liners replace pads?

Panty liners are designed to be thinner and therefore less absorbent than pads, so are not a suitable replacement for dedicated sanitary pads.

Can you wear panty liners every day?

Whilst Veeda natural Panty Liners can safely be worn every day (they must still be changed regularly), synthetic and/or scented panty liners can irritate the sensitive skin of the vulva. This is because liners can create a moist environment against your most vulnerable areas, increasing the risk of irritation, itchiness, and pain.

Synthetic materials can cause you to sweat more and wearing non-natural panty liners everyday may also increase your chances of getting a vaginal yeast infection. Common symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection include vaginal swelling including redness, itching, and burning (especially during urination), painful intercourse and a white, odorless and thick discharge (similar to cottage cheese).

Like our tampons, Veeda pads and liners are natural, hypoallergenic and dermatologically tested, which is very important for vaginal health. In fact, statistics show that yeast infections are less likely to occur with natural products that contain no chemicals and fragrances. Veeda liners are made with a naturally soft and absorbent GMO-free natural cotton topsheet, ensuring that your body only meets with the purest, irritation free ingredients, making them safe for daily use (must still be changed regularly). Veeda pads and liners are made without dioxins, pesticides, herbicides, fragrances, chlorine and dyes, unlike many other popular pads and liners.


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