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3 Uses for your left over period pads after you switch to Poise Thin-Shape Pads

This post is sponsored by Poise. Opinions are my own


So many suffer from LBL (Light Bladder Leakage), but your pants and undergarments don’t have to. With Poise, those leaks are confined to the pad. Now you can find the NEW Poise Thin-Shape pads. These are 40% thinner than the Poise pads you are used to and feature a Super Absorbent Material (SAM) and a Thin-Flex design for ultimate protection so you can stay 3X drier than period pads.
The Poise Thin-Shape pads are designed to move with your body.

One in three women experience these little leaks that can be triggered by everyday occurrences like coughing, sneezing, laughing and exercise. Weak pelvic floor muscles, pregnancy, childbirth and weight gain are just a few LBL contributors.

When you make the switch from period pads to Poise, there are 3 uses I found so you can recycle period pads you will no longer need.

Use #1 for your leftover period pad

Keep pads in your first aid kit. They make great, sterile pressure pads for open wounds. You can then secure with bandage tapes.

Use #2 for your leftover period pad

They make great feet support in your shoes when you suddenly get tired feet! Keep them in your travel bag.

Use #3 for your leftover period pad

Wet them real well-you will feel them expand as they hold the water. Seal in a large ziploc and freeze for instant ice packs. The size is great for shoulders and back and you make can make several at one! Use at home of make and keep in ice coolers while camping for cool, ice relief.

So ditch those period pads and make the switch to Poise Thin-Shape Pads so you can get the LBL protection you need to keep moving! #RecycleYourPeriodPad

Get a FREE Sample! Just head to Poise and claim a Poise free sample to be sent. You choose the pad you want to try!





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