Seventh Generation Chlorine Free Pantiliners -- 50 Pads
They are comfortable, they stay in place and are absorbent.
December 5, 2013
don't like the change
I used 7th gen PLs for years, and very unhappy with the change, they are too short, don't stick and would bunch up and stick to parts, ouch! Yes, we know PLs are suppose to be thin, but these were too thin, too short, and I'm a small person, so that says something. I tried the other brand again and those are not good either, those come apart and the sticky side leaves a film on the undies. **sigh** I can't make myself buy the more commercial products with their chlorine, scents, and other chemicals but I may have to since these hurt or fall apart. What's a girl to do? 7th Gen bring back the old design, please. I can even live without the wrapper, but yes, hard to pack some discretely for work/travel.
September 28, 2013
Liked The Old Version Better
These Seventh Generation liners are just OK. The old ones were better but these do the trick. The old ones were more substantial and had a thicker outside covering. These are thinner and have breathable holes all over. They also have more of a tendency to bunch up. They come all together in the box as opposed to individually wrapped. That is ok except if you want to take some with you. There are not many options out there when it comes to organic liners. These are one of the cheapest options so I guess you get what you pay for. I'll continue to use them, however, I liked the old ones a whole lot better than these.
September 18, 2013
Will buy whenever I run out!
August 31, 2013
For all the customers that are not happy the Seventh Generation Pantiliners are thin - I would say just one thing - these are PANTILINERS! It's supposed to be thin. This product absorbs great and I'll keep using it.
August 2, 2013