How many of you ladies use feminine hygiene products on a regular bases and if so which ones?

Use of feminine hygiene products

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  • Yes, I use pads
  • Yes, I use full absorbent panties
  • Yes, I use feminine hygiene powders
  • Yes, I use feminine hygiene creams
  • No, I never use any feminine hygiene products
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    • #420284
      Brittney Andrews
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      I use to wear pantyliners, now I’ve switched to thin feminine pads. I also use Suave powder spray on my underarms when I dress en fem.

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        Carolyn Kay
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        I did the same thing, panty liners just didn’t seem like enough.

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      Emily Alt
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      I use pads to keep my panties clean and dry.

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      Alice Underwire
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      I use pads or panty liners to smooth out the bits.  I use Secret too.

      Alice

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      Megan Edwards
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      This all sounds familiar, have used pads.  Have moved up to the silhouette diapers.  Love them, they also hide male things.

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      Leslies Ann Gray Girl
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      Hi Ladies , I like very thin pantie liners , sometimes when i shave down there i get a nick they keep my pretty panties clean and no spotting . Of coarse i use nail polish , lotions , powders , and spray deodorants and perfumes. All these things are for one purpose , to be as fem as possible , smell sweet , feel womanly . I would only discuss my personal things with you ladies here because you understand what we need and how we feel . Leslie

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      Kathy LaDonna
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      Yes, I use Secret, facial washing, facial cream, body lotion. Especially for my legs and perfume.

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      Lucinda Hawkns
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      I use feminine  hygiene products all the time when I dress up, put on a pad, powders, perfume. nothing like feeling the real deal when dressed up

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        Carolyn Kay
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        Nothing like that little added touch to give you the full femme feel. It is just good hygiene.

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      Deborah Sullivan
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      Been in panty liners for a few years and does give me the feeling of being a woman but also it provides good hygiene and saves on frequent washing of expensive panties. I also use nail polish, skin lotion, perfumes and deodorants

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      Ria Freichuk
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      It was and as a result it awakened me to the array of feminine products available.

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      Ria Freichuk
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      I too had a cancer experience which has lasting issues so my wife said it is time for a liner. Have been using them for years now.

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        Carolyn Kay
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        Similar story here, I hope your surgery was a success.

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      Anonymous
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      I have been wearing panty liner for long time   I found them very useful because I did have cancer and at times I do leak somewhat and stay dry  So as they say a dry gurl is a Happy gurl

       

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      Zena Simmons
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      one’s i use are deodorants/creams/nail polish/colngenes/perfumes/lotions/tampons/soaps/cosmetics/

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        Carolyn Kay
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        One thing nice about being a woman is the variety of products one can use.

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      I tried Dove and it hurt like hell so I don’t use it anymore and my wife has same problem

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        Carolyn Kay
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        I have never heard of anyone being allergic to Dove but everyone has different skin. Look at the ingredients and see if liquid O’lay soap has the same. If not try the O’lay it works great for me, just be careful.

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      I don’t know if this product is specifically designed for women, but since I switched to Dove soap, my skin is softer than ever.

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        Carolyn Kay
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        I didn’t think about soaps. I use the O’lay liquid soap to bath with and wash my face. The feminine soaps do seem to work so much better on keeping your skin smooth. A little off topic but of interest.

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      • #399286
        Genevïéve
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        I’ll have to try Dove soap… thanks Chrissy…

        My hands are naturally soft, but some extra pampering couldn’t hurt.

        Gen… 💋

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      Anonymous
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      I wear panty liners daily due to having cancer and at times I do have somewhat of a leak so I feel protected and like they say a dry girl is a happy girl so Im happy being dry

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        Carolyn Kay
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        That is how I got started using pads all the time. I also had cancer surgery and it left me with a minimal need for an absorbent product. My doctor suggested I wear men’s “Shields” but why wear those big things when feminine hygiene offers such a nice selection of products. I like the ones with “wings”, lol.

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      Anonymous
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      I use the Poise very light daily liners. One little drip makes my whole day uncomfortable. A dry girl is a happy girl!

      Kay

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        Carolyn Kay
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        Hi Kay, I know what you mean about a little drop can ruin your whole day, so why risk it right? I use a wide variety of products depending on need and cost.

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    • #399224
      Michelle Bailey
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      Yes I wear pads usually pantyliners all the time it helps to protect my panties and also helps to give me a nice smooth front ,which us girls should show .               Michelle   xx

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        Carolyn Kay
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        I guess I should have added panty liners to the poll, they seem to be a popular choice.

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      Genevïéve
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      I’ve used pads… but they stick to my skin. Uncomfortable feeling. Don’t wear them too often.

      I am not the biggest in the genetalia department. I’m a ‘grower’, not a ‘shower’… and very small boyz. Under developed IMO. So I don’t need any extra help in tucking…

      Gen… 💋

       

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    • #399175
      ChloeC
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      I checked pads but I dont use them , like, everytime I dress but somewhat often…and more when I think about them. I also use a powder down there but it’s a certain type and not labeled ‘feminine’ ( or masculine)and it more than solves some problems.

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      Candy Can
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      I’ve recently started adding panty liners do my daily wear.

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    • #399073
      Gail
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      I use Maxi Pads, they really help me stay tucked.

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      Paula F
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      I am like Kathleen.  I do wear pads daily because of surgery after affects and I have used Secret deodorant/anti-perspirant for years.  I really like the powder fresh scent the best.  I also use Secret spray anti-perspirant, also in powder fresh or lavender scent, and I also use FDS, because I do sweat ‘down there’ in the summer.  And don’t forget the perfume!

      PaulaF

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      • #399128
        Carolyn Kay
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        I to have an issue from surgery, it nice to have choices.

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      Kimmie
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      I voted no, but if it counts, I buy and use only female anti-perspirant.

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      Leslie
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      Ditto

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      Rei Durden
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      Nope, but after reading some of the responses here that may change.

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    • #399009
      Suzette York
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      i answered no because deodorant/antiperspirant is not a choice; but i use Secret clear gel antiperspirant.  i find the boy antiperspirants stained my dresses, so i started using the Secret clear gel when dressing.  Once i saw how well Secret worked and smells (nicer and more femme), i started wearing it everyday and just love it.

      suzette

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      Hello Carolyn

      I think I mentioned this in a previous post…..somewhere.??

      I use panty liners everyday, my panties are far too expensive to be ruined by those ” three little drips”

      grace xx

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      Donna Hall
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      I always wear a mini pad under my panty girdle.

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      Kay Lambert
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      What an interesting topic. I have used Secret deodorant for many, many years. It works and how could I go wrong with the name. I also wear pantyliners daily. My go to liner is Carefree body shape longs. I just don’t feel dressed without them. I do keep a stash of Always full size pads for when I’m in the mood to have that extra in my panties and to hide my “bits.”

      I also like to wear just a touch of perfume, as well.

      Kay

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        Carolyn Kay
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        One has to have a variety, sort of a “just in case”. One never knows what one may need, lol.

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      Kathleen 60454
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      I use feminine pads to flatten my boys, and I use FDS spray because I sweat profusely down there. Also I have only used Secret deodorant for several years.

      Kathleen

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      Hi Carolyn, I never, ever, thought I’d be able to talk about this. I wear sanitary pads. I feel ultimately feminine when its “that time of the month”. Obviously I’ll never physically feel what its like to have a period but I can imagine. I want to do what all women do, if you know what I mean. Louise.

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