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How to put on a pad

Pads are great for beginners!

Always Infinity

The Always Infinity pad in Overnight, Heavy, and Regular.

Many girls choose to use pads for their first period because they are the easiest to use and wear. A pad is kind of like a diaper except instead of wearing it like babies do, the pad sticks onto your panties like a sticker. They can be removed and changed throughout the day.

By the end of this How-To guide, you will learn how to put on a pad and how to choose the right pad for you.

Step 1: Unwrap and unfold your pad. Peel back any adhesive paper.

It should look something like this:

how to put on a pad

Peeling back the adhesive paper will reveal the sticky part. It’s exactly the same as a sticker :)!

Step 2: Stick the pad onto your panties.
how to put on a pad

how to put on a pad

Wrap the wings around to the back so they stick to the underside of your panties. The wings will hold the pad in place better so it doesn’t shift around and unstick when you’re going about your day.

I like to center mine so that I get the same protection in the back as I do in the front. You can stick yours closer to the back or closer to the front, depending on where you need more protection.

And that’s all there is to it!

Choosing the right pad for you
  • Regular Flow Pads
  • Heavy Flow Pads
  • Overnight Pads
  • Wingless Pads
Suitable for light to regular flows. If you’re wearing this on a heavy day, you may need to change more frequently.
Suitable for regular to heavy flows. You can even wear these for overnight protection if they are long enough for you.
Suitable for heavy flows or overnight wear. Overnight pads typically are longer and wider in the back to provide more protection while you sleep.
Wingless pads are great for snug fit boyshorts but when worn with regular panties, they are more prone to creasing, shifting, and unsticking.
If you’re having trouble or have any questions, leave a comment below!

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About Dedy Wong

Dedy lives in Vancouver, BC and is a 2014 graduate of the University of British Columbia with a B.A. in Psychology. She is the blogger, writer, photographer, and tester for all the reviews and articles on the blog.Her menstrual cycle is around 35 to 40 days long and she has tried just about everything from menstrual cups to reusable pads.

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