When I got an email about taking the Stayfree Challenge at first I thought NO WAY. But, this paragraph kinda’ changed my mind.
“Isn’t it funny how as women we’ll recommend our favourite products for just about every need under the sun, but when it comes to feminine care we rely on what’s been passed down to us or just reach for what’s most convenient when that time of the month rolls around? For a product used to protect us each and every month, what about choosing a pad that we know works?”
And it’s TRUE, right? So, yeah. I decided to see for myself what Stayfree Ultra Thin Pads were like and how they compared.
LET’S GET THIS PAD PARTY STARTED!
So, there’s three 5 pound weights, 3 bottles of 5ml of a blue liquid(hope it’s water lol), a pack of Stayfree Ultra Thin Pads, and 2 pads from competitors. You’ll have to excuse my lighting, but you can still see what’s happening. There was NO SUN this AM in Edmonton. Like none. Figures it would come out in the late afternoon just to spite me. Curse you sun. 😀
First things first, let’s open up these pads!
Right away that competitor #2 got the evil eye from me because it had no wings. That’s like pad suicide in my books. 😛 You’re just asking for trouble using that one.
So here’s the test. I’m going to pour the 5 ml of blue liquid on each pad.
Then wait 30 seconds for it to absorb.
Then take one of these blotting papers and place it on the pad.
And place a 5 pound weight on top of the blotting paper and pad. Then, wait 5 seconds.
I just counted 5 Mississippi there and didn’t use my stopwatch for that. And I repeated the process for every pad.
Here’s the result!
LIKE WOW. BAZINGA! See, I told you #2 was going to be bad news HAHA! But look at how UNBLUE the blotting paper for the Stayfree Pad is! It’s pretty dry! I even felt the pad with my fingers and it was dry. The other two, not so much. Pretty gross.
Stayfree Ultra Thin Pads have Thermocontrol technology and a flexible-fit design that moves with your body. They were inspired by high performance athletic fabrics actually, so Stayfree Ultra Thin pads help keep you dry, comfortable and most importantly, PROTECTED.
After seeing the Stayfree Challenge results with my own eyes, I’m switching to Stayfree Ultra Thin Pads that’s for sure! Will you?
What brand of pads do you use? Or do you just use tampons? I use both, depending on what my flow is like. But for sleeping, I prefer pads that’s for sure.
*products sent by PR for review, thoughts are mine as always! And the switch is DONE. Already bought a brand new pack of Stayfree Maxi Overnight Pads!