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Flair & Care understand that menstrual hygiene is an important aspect of a women’s health. We at Flair & Care believe that a hygienic sanitary napkin is the right of every woman.

Inadequate menstrual hygienic may result in a high rate of vaginal infection and disease. Flair & care sanitary pads are easily accessible, disposable, hygienic, and affordable for every woman.

Our mission is to empower women by giving them a hygienic period.

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Our wide range of sanitary pads would slut
your needs during a period.


What is a Sanitary Pad?

A sanitary napkin is also known as sanctuary pads. It is a rectangular-shaped disposable absorbent used during mensuration. It absorbs the period’s blood. The use of a sanitary napkin avoids rashes and skin irritation, as it is made up of cotton

Here are the few basic steps to wear a sanitary napkin on your panty: Remove the paper from the backside of the sanitary napkin. Put the sticky side of the sanitary napkin on your panty. Remove the paper from the wings and wrap the wings around both sides of the panty.


How often you should change your sanitary pad?

Changing your sanitary pad on a regular basis is extremely important to ensure hygiene and avoid vaginal odour. Changing pad depends on the blood flow. If you bleed heavily, it is advised to change your pad every 2-3 hours.

However, if you are bleeding less to medium, you need to change your pad every 4-5 hours as the flow stabilizes


How long periods take to end?

Your period is a few day processes. The menstrual cycle is quite stable until you have any imbalance in your body. It mostly repeats at an interval of 28 days and lasts for 3-7 days. In the start stages, there may be some irregularities but later on, the menstrual cycle eventually becomes consistent and settles down.

If you get consistent irregularities in your menstrual cycle, may it be a delay in the period cycle, long period, excessive blood flow, or anything else, consult with doctors.


What exactly is a period and when will my periods start?

Your periods would start when you hit puberty. The average age for girls to begin puberty is 11 years. Periods start because female hormones start functioning in the body. Periods are the natural way to inform you that you are on a way to growing up into a perfectly normal women.

Most of the girls get their periods during the age of 9-15 years.


What is spotting during the menstrual cycle?

During the menstrual cycle, a woman undergoes a complex series of hormonal changes, that lasts up to 3-7 days. Except for these days, if you get light vaginal bleeding then it is a case of spotting. This unexpected bleeding doesn’t necessarily indicate any disease. Irregularities in the menstrual cycle can cause spotting


Why there is an Odour during Periods?

When the discarded period blood comes in contact with air, it gives out an odour. Moreover, it’s not just blood that comes out of your body, it includes vaginal mucus, bacteria, fluids and tissues that your body expels; hence the combination of all this gives out the vaginal odour.

You can avoid that smell to an extent by changing the pad regularly. Flair & care has taken care of provides you sanitary napkins with a pleasant smell, to avoid the period odour. These pads make you feel clean and confident.


Premenstrual syndrome and how to sail through them

PMS is the symptom that women experience around two weeks before she hits her period. These symptoms can vary for every woman.

These symptoms can be categorized into psychological and physiological symptoms Some physiological symptoms of PMS are-
● Lower backache
● Cramps in lower abdomen and legs
● Pain in the legs
● Headaches
● Acne
Some psychological symptoms of PMS are-
● Mood swings
● Irritations
● Stress
● Lack of interest in pleasurable activities
● Loss of sleep
● Extreme emotional sensitivity

In spite of such diversity, PMS is very annoying, distracting, and sometimes painful for most women. Although there are small tips that might help you in sailing through these days. You can start with your eating habits, during these days, your body requires nutrients and strength to make your body stronger. Prefer to eat leafy green vegetables, nuts, whole grains, red meats, and fresh fruits.


How to deal with cramps?

The nature of pain might vary for every woman, right from severity to duration. You might be having your own way of dealing with cramps. Here are some things that can help you:
● Take a warm bath
● Use a hot water bag to put on your belly and lower back
● Take medicine to overcome the pain. But, talk with your doctor before medication.
● Take an off day and rest at home.
● Support your back with a pillow


Why is it necessary to change the napkin at night?

When you sleep, you move around a lot. During these movements, there may be a possibility of staining which leads to an uncomfortable night. Flair & Care’s nighttime napkin is longer than a regular napkin and has a wider back. They are meant to protect you throughout the night and prevents staining.


Does everyone get a vaginal discharge?

Vaginal discharge is very common in every woman. No matter whether you have your periods or not, you may have a certain amount of discharge. It keeps the vagina clean. Depending on the stage of the menstrual cycle, discharge may change in appearance and consistency.


How should I choose the best napkin for me?

There are so many types of napkins to choose from depending on the flow. The flow doesn’t remain the same during periods.

For the first time, you can try out for regular-sized pad.

If the regular size napkin is filling too quickly then you can try a longer-sized pad. During the last days of your cycle, the blood flow is very less, you can again switch to regular pads.


Which type of napkin offers better discretion?

The ultrathin pad is almost similar to a regular pad in case of absorption but with more discretion. Ultrathin pads are much more comfortable than regular pads as they are thin and carry the same amount of fluid.


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