BodyForm String Pantiliners Reviews
Description:Bodyform string pantyliners are specially designed for your string underwear
Newest Review: ... this is there! General information on the product is given on the sides of the box. Bodyform claim that they are striving to ... more
Customer BodyForm String Pantiliners Reviews (5)
by - written on 31/07/13 (Very useful, 53 readings)
On the whole I am not really brand loyal, I like to mix things up and try different products, especially if they are on some sort of special offer, but when it comes to sanitary pads I tend to stick the brand I know work best for me, Bodyform. I like to always be well stocked in this department and have a whole draw specifically for these products, one of my essential items is Bodyforms string thin liners. Bodyforms string thin liners come in pink cardboard packaging, the front shows the brand and product name along with a picture of one of the liners. There is also a "new" sign on my particular box, although I have been buying these for quite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/10 (Very useful, 84 readings)
It's not that I wish to discuss either my choice of underwear or in fact that lovely time of the month with the world, however I do think that these Bodyform pantyliners are worth reviewing and I have certainly come to rely on these on a monthly basis, come the end of that little visit of Mother Nature, or when my body decides to produce other discharges at various times of the month. I purchased these Bodyform string pantyliners from Tesco for around £1.50, although I think they are currently on offer in Sainsbury's for £1. The packet contains 30 liners, and the packaging itself will probably stand out on the shelf since it is different in shape to other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/03, updated on 24/07/04 (Very useful, 1245 readings)
Now, I'm a bit of an anorak when it comes to sanitary towels - if Kotex makes a huge fuss 20 times a night on the tele about a new product then I'll try it. In the last 12 months I've used towels with and without wings, towels with a little cuff round them that's supposed to hold in leaks (but felt like an incontinence nappy) and even black towels for if you happen to start your period while wearing that all important little black dress. I didn't really see the point of the black ones if I'm honest cos a) when I'm on my period nothing on this earth will coax me into anything more glamorous than trakkie bottoms (loose ones girls!) and b) what .. Read the complete review
by - written on 21/12/10, updated on 21/12/10 (Very useful, 126 readings)
Review for Bodyform String liners. Now in a more modern looking pink packaging than the one shown above. 30 liners per pack. For your average thong. I don't know about the rest of the female population but these days 100% cotton thongs aren't that popular, or comfortable. Mine are usually a mix of acrylic, lace and cotton, but never 100% cotton. There is this tiny 4cm strip of cotton along the gusset of a thong in which these pantiliners tends to stick, they don't stick to any other part of my underwear. They curl up the wrong way sometimes at the front (which may get 'sticky' for ladies with hair). The narrow strip towards the back sometimes folds ... Read the complete review
by popmusicfan - written on 16/02/12
I wear thongs during the summer months and these pantyliners are ideal for thongs and G String underwear. The liners are quite thin and flexible which makes them even more comfortable to wear. The liners are soft and they feel nice when they're brushed against the skin. The liners are a nice shape. The front of the liner resembles the shape of a heart which fits the female body shape perfectly. The bottom of the liner is thinner, which makes it easier to fit into a thong. The liners are easy to use and they come in discreet packaging so you can easily carry them out and about with you. They're very light, airy and reliable. As the liners are very thin they ... Read the complete review
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