Chlorine Free Pantiliners
I like this more than any regular products you can buy off the shelf.
May 3, 2015
We wear these when we are expecting a visit from "Aunt Flo", or on the light days toward the end of her visit. We appreciate the fact that they are chlorine free. Like so many things, the quality has gone down a bit over the years, but we still choose them because they are safer than so many other brands.
January 26, 2015
Chlorine free....the only pantiliners on the market that can make this claim. They are pretty absorbent as well for such a small pad. They used to come with a plastic covering to discard the used pad...no more! That was a mistake!
November 22, 2014
I bought these after my GYN recommended trying chlorine free feminine products. Every other brand caused me irritation. These do not!! Plus, It's a good feeling knowing I'm not exposing myself to a bunch of chemicals =) love these and I will be sticking to this brand of panty liner for good. Only down side for some people may be that they are not individually wrapped so taking them on the go is a little bit hard! But overall, I am very happy with them!!
December 23, 2013
A good replacement for Chemical Counter part
I am so glad they are now packaged without a plastic wrapper over each one. These are absorbent and don't irritate my skin. The only reason I didn't give them a five is because they don't stick as well as other "standard" brands, especially when active. They work but sometimes I have to change more often due to bunching.
I will, however, continue to buy them.
June 12, 2013
Having used many products of this type before, these pantiliners are far superior. They are soft, comfortable, non-irritating, absorb well and are reasonably priced. I will continue to purchase this product in the future.
June 10, 2013
The old design really was better
The old design was thicker and more absorbent. The new ones really do seem like a Kleenex. The old ones even had ridges to protect from leaking off the sides. While the individual wrapper was wasteful and not quite necessary, the could have kept the same design rather than this new one which you might as well just use toilet paper. The old design was better than any conventional or natural brand on the market.
March 10, 2015
This "new" version is horrible!!!
These aren't as good as two kleenex folded up. They are HARSH, not soft and absorbent as the old version. I will NOT buy them ever again. I will find another brand that is softer and more absorbent.
I like your Maxi Pads without the wings.
November 16, 2014
Work just fine
Used another brand and decided to try these liners. The fit fine and holds in place. Best of all, they are chemical free! Thanks.
September 2, 2014
Just too small
I recently switched to Seventh Generation's Ultra Thins because I have Interstitial Cystitis and need to avoid the chlorine/fragrance/chemicals/etc. that are in most pads. I tried these for light bladder leakage and while they effective, they would be much better if they were longer. Like the other pads, I experienced no urinary tract irritation or itching.
September 1, 2014
Worse than before
I agree the people who said the previous one is better than current one. I think 7 generation tries to cut the cost. No good at all....
August 20, 2014
These seemed to be very poor quality. Very poor absorbsion. Not same as ones I purchased a few years ago - Seventh Generation changed them.
August 13, 2014
The old design was SO much better.
I first started getting them awhile back before the redesign. They were soft, absorbent, and the perfect size and individually wrapped. Imagine my surprise when I opened the new package and found a thin, plastic-like stack. I'm sad that they were redesigned for the worse. These are just barely better than using nothing at all.
July 2, 2014
Can you make them just a tad longer and the adhesive just a bit stronger? Then they'd be a perfect 5 star rating!
April 30, 2014
I appreciate that these were created with comfort in mind. They are flexible and contour to your body, as opposed to another popular green brand of pantiliners which are rigid, stiff, and uncomfortable. Thank you SeventhGen.!
April 16, 2014