THINX Are Breaking The Period Taboo With Their Awesome Period Underwear

Kira Simpson

If you’ve been riding the sustainable living wagon for a little while, you’ve most likely heard of sustainable menstrual products.

Period panties, knickers, undies. Whatever you call them, these clever little things are saving millions of menstrual products from ending up in landfill. ⁣

I’ve tried a few different menstrual underwear brands and they all work much the same with the layered absorbent technology. THINX is hands down my favourite.

Thinx period underwear

"Like regular underwear, but so much better."

They have six different styles with varying absorption, so they’re good for light through to heavy flow days.

I’m a fan of the cheeky style (bottom picture) for under jeans and form fitting outfits. The hiphuggers (I’m wearing the Forrest Green) are perfect for dresses. They’re super cute and cover everything so I no longer care if my dress blows up and anyone sees them!

Of all the brands I’ve tried, these are the most flattering. They don’t cut in, leaving that annoying ‘roll’ which can be so uncomfortable, especially with pants. They’re really soft and comfortable to wear. You don’t feel like there’s a giant pad between your legs but you still feel protected. ⁣I really love these undies.

The first time investment can be on the expensive side so to help you with the purchase, THINX are offering a HUGE 30% off for this weekend only (25th – 28th May). No code needed, just check out!

For size help, I usually take an Australian 10 in underwear and I’m wearing the medium in THINX.

Shop the range here.

This post is sponsored by THINX. All opinions are of course my own.

Thinx period underwear

Thinx period underwear
Thinx period underwear

Thinx period underwear

Thinx period underwear
Thinx period underwear

Thinx period underwear

Kira Simpson

Kira Simpson is a sustainability advocate, climate optimist and founder, and editor of The Green Hub. Her own sustainable living journey began five years ago when she realised our choices matter. What we eat, where we shop, what we wear, how we live, these choices have the power to shape the kind of world we want to live in. Since launching The Green Hub in 2016 she has grown the blog to become a platform for sustainable fashion and conscious living helping people make lifestyle choices which are kinder to the planet.