Our menstrual swimwear are a great option for women who want to bathe during their period. When the flow is sparse, at the end of your period for example, you have no reason not to take advantage of sunny days at the beach or by the pool.
Can you swim during your period?
There is no contraindication to bathing during menstruation, but it is necessary to take certain precautions in order to avoid any inconvenience. It is recommended to bathe with period protection such as a Period Swimwear, a tampon or a cup.
Are there Period Swimwears for menstruation?Period Swimwears are a great way to stay comfortable and protect yourself from periods while you're at the beach or pool. These swimsuits have a built-in absorbent zone in the bottom of the swimsuit which helps to keep menstruation inside the swimsuit and not having to worry about leaks.
Can you wear a Period Swimwear without a tampon?
Even if you are not a fan of free instinctive flow, it is possible to wear a Period Swimwear without a tampon in the case of light to moderate periods. For heavy periods, a Period Swimwear may not be enough. In this case, it is recommended to wear a periodic protection additional.
Period Swimwears are also a perfect option for women who have allergies to tampons or don't want to use this type of internal protection. In this case, period swimsuits are the best option.
A Period Swimwear For All Flows?
To avoid leaks and stains when coming out of the water, Period Swimwears are recommended when you have a light flow or when you are near the end of your period.
How does a Period Swimwear work in the water?
In the water, you lose a very small amount of blood, which allows you to be protected even if water enters your protection. It is especially when getting out of the water that you will need a Period Swimwear since your flow will start flowing again normally.
Can you wear a Period Swimwear at the pool?
It's okay to wear a Period Swimwear to the pool to swim on your period without a tampon or menstrual cup.
How to wash a Period Swimwear?
To wash a Period Swimwear, you must first rinse it in cold water to remove all traces of blood. Then put them in the washing machine with glycerin-free detergent and run a cold or 30° cycle. Finally, just hang your swimsuits in the open air to dry.