Feminine Hygiene Kit
Though you may experience premenstrual syndrome (PMS) or the emotional and physical symptoms that some people feel right before and during their cycle, menstrual period doesn’t come with specific time and date. It may happen while you’re sleeping comfortably, in the middle of a meeting, or worst, while you’re doing a strenuous activity. Unexpected as it is, you can still be prepared for that time of the month.
If you are a female adolescent who’s expecting to have her first period soon, we can help you in handling this stage of puberty. We want to introduce you to feminine hygiene kit— an emergency kit-like but contains the must-haves in case their “visitor” comes. Inside a pouch or a small bag, it should have the products that you’ll be needing in case your period arrives and you’re away from the comfort of your home. Here’s what you should include in your feminine hygiene kit:
According to Romper, it is safer to choose wipes that are unmedicated, glycerin-free, alcohol-free, and fragrance-free. Checking the formula of the material that you will be using is a must because the skin around the vaginal area is highly permeable and needs a little extra care. The texture of wipes caters the needs of the delicate skin. But having “beneficial” on the packaging doesn’t necessarily mean it’s all safe to use, so we should always choose products that are pH-balanced, hypoallergenic and non-drying.
Of course, you will be needing to clean your hands before and after changing or putting pads. Since period is unexpected, sanitizers and alcohol are convenient to include in your kit. Soap and water are still the best options but if you’re in a place where you don’t have access to both, hand sanitizer or alcohol will do, especially during in covid-19 situation. Good hygiene is the best we can do to limit the spread of the virus infection, thus, the more we need to carry an alcohol or sanitizer with us no matter where we go.
An extra napkin should always be present in your bag whether you have period or not. The new generation of consumers carefully check the benefits and implications of the products and find what are the expert-approved. They also have more means in knowing the good qualities and what compliments their lifestyle. Anion pads offer benefits from thorough research of the medical professionals. According to doctors and scientists, negative ions or anions increase physical health and mental well-being which is very helpful during menstrual cycle. You can also check our previous article re: anion facts.
Each variant of Jeunesse has anion chip that helps ease the menstrual discomfort, prevent bacteria during menstruation, and helps eliminate unwanted odors. It has quick-absorbing layers designed to help you stay dry down there. Its thin material will make you feel at ease and worry-free of having a leak. Each pad is sealed all over and very handy to put inside your feminine hygiene kit because the packaging is designed with high level of creativity through its pretty colors and safety with its aluminum foil.
Jeunesse Anion Pads
Jeunesse really gives the consumers all the benefits! You can choose from the five variants— ultra‐day pad, day pad non-wing, ultra-night pad, all-night pad, and panty liner and still receive the best qualities of our product. Order now on our Facebook and Instagram or Official Lazada Store in this link: http://bit.ly/2R1OeG3
Wellgold International Inc. distributes Jeunesse Anion Sanitary Napkin and Liners. Jeunesse is available at Watsons, selected Mercury Drug and South Star Drug outlets, SM department store’s health and beauty section. Also in Robinson’s Supermarket, Shopwise, Rustan’s Supermarket, Waltermart, Landmark Department Store, PCX stores, selected Metro Gaisano outlets. And other selected stores in Visayas and Mindanao.
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Nall, R. (2019, April 15). What to Expect from Your First Period (Menarche). Retrieved October 2, 2020, from https://www.healthline.com/health/first-period
Schumacker, L. (2017, March 21). Are Feminine Wipes Safe For Vaginal Health? It Depends On The Product. Retrieved October 2, 2020, from https://www.romper.com/p/are-feminine-wipes-safe-for-vaginal-health-it-depends-on-the-product-44977