What is the right absorbency for me?Updated 7 months ago
The right absorbency for you will depend on your flow.
It’s really a matter for the individual to determine which absorbency is most suitable to their period and/or incontinence needs.
Our products have been scientifically proven for safe wear for up to 24 hours, but we do recommend testing them first to understand your flow and the absorbency option you’ve chosen.
For new customers, we recommend trying at home for a day to better understand how your flow works with our technology, and for you to understand the key indicators for needing to change over to a fresh pair.
A helpful tip for changing over is when the gusset/padding begins to feel wet. Our top layer technology is designed to keep you feeling dry as it absorbs the liquid into the middle layers. The top layer will start to feel wet when the middle of the gusset has reached capacity, indicating the need to change to a fresh pair.
To see what absorbency is perfect for you, head over to our product quiz page here.
Some helpful info regarding our product absorbency can also be found here.
An overview of our absorbency ranges is here:
0ml = Moisture wicking only
For: Combatting sweat on hot days, during tough workouts or under pressure
2.5ml - 5ml =1 tampon or 1 teaspoon
For: Occasional discharge and little drips
10ml = 2 tampons or 1-2 teaspoons
For: Using alone on light-medium period days, as back up on heavy period days, for sneaky leaks and heavy discharge
15ml = 2-3 tampons or 3 teaspoons
For: Using alone on heavy period days, overnight for protecting your white sheets or sneaky wee leaks and heavy discharge
20ml = 3-4 tampons or 4 teaspoons
For: Using alone on heavy period days, overnight for protecting your white sheets, or for those 'I almost weed my pants' leaks
50 ml = 10 tampons or 10 teaspoons.
For: Tested to hold at least 50ml per day, the average woman loses 2 to 3 tablespoons or 30-50ml of blood over 5 days. Using alone on heavy period days, overnight for protecting your white sheets, or for those 'I almost weed my pants' leaks