Party In My Pants Pads Review

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Logo property of Party In My Pants Pads.

Yo! I ordered a sample from Party In My Pants Pads last year, but I didn’t get to actually try it until here recently. The package was slightly confusing at first, as it came from “Luci Daum Design LLC”, but discrete is fun sometimes, yes?

I used the Luxe Liner as exactly that — a liner — along with the Instead Softcup and Intimina Lily Cup Compact. I usually use U by Kotex liners, which are really thin little things. The PIMP Luxe Liner is slightly thicker, if only by a mere 2% — who really wants to math right now, anyway — however, it’s able to hold much, much more. I may have accidentally forgotten about the Instead Softcup’s existence until I stood — let’s be real: I totally forgot about the Instead Softcup’s existence until I stood.

Though thin, my PIMP Luxe Liner is pretty absorbent. I could get away with wearing it on my light-to-moderate days, but since I currently just have one cloth pad so far, I’d rather not. Because I did have to wash it, I had to endure a disposable pad, and as soon as I could return to using my PIMP, I definitely noticed a difference.

The PIMP didn’t bulge up, and it wasn’t as visible through my clothes as much, if at all, as disposables are. It is comfortable and light, and I think the only adjustment I’d need to make is ordering a second snap.

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Aren’t these just the cutest? Like, #omfgwant

I’m honestly surprised at how much absorbent it was for me, because there were no leaks — and it makes me wonder if, perhaps, I could easily get away with smaller absorbency pads in the future, provided they’re cloth. I think it’s because disposables don’t really collect anything… everything just sort of sits on top, and you’re left feeling like you need to change it — and like you’re wearing a diaper — whereas this didn’t stay wet for long, and it feels exactly like my clothes.

I’m going to be purchasing PIMPs in the future — the pattern choices are cute and silly, the pads are definitely high-quality, the person I talked to seemed nice… to me, it feels like I got the high-quality product I expect to receive from well-known disposable companies, sans the chemicals and with the personal touch.

If you want to try them out, you can order a sample from their site – just pay for shipping and handling!

You can also “Like” them on Facebook for a chance to win a free pad whenever new patterns are introduced.

I kind of want to just collect all the patterns. >.>

Do you use Party In My Pants Pads? Do you have a favorite pattern?

P.S. It is worth mentioning that a public review (i.e. blog review here) was my idea and not at all part of any offer, etc.

Liz Lawson is an editor at Crunchy Family, but more frequently an autistic lifestyle blogger @ janepedia.com. In her free time, she indulges on Netflix and The CW. Oh—and she’s secretly a cat. 😏😼