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Always/Tampax Radiant

The new Radiant Collection from Tampax® and Always® provides women with one premium brand experience to meet all their feminine care needs. The full product line-up offers everything women need to help keep their period out of sight, including:
Tampax Radiant tampons — Feature the first-ever re-sealable wrapper for discreet, worry—free disposal and the new CleanGrip™ applicator for comfortable insertion.
Always Radiant Infinity pads — Feature a unique technology that conforms to each individual shape, delivering premium protection.
Always Radiant Incredibly Thin Liners — Our thinnest and most flexible protection, with flexible edges that fit any panty style.
Always Radiant Wipes-to-Go — Deliver an enhanced everyday freshness.

My Opinion: 
I'm a tampon girl, have been since the start, but every so often I wear a pad or pantyliners at the end of my cycle. Or if I'm not sure if I'm done... you ladies know what I'm talking about, the ghost period.... you think it's gone and a day later it comes back for a day. Pantyliners are the best resource for those times.
Let me talk about how I feel about each one.
The tampons, being my main thing I use, will be discussed first.
I am not sold. There, I said it. I actually preferred the cardboard applicator for one reason only, the plastic applicator is not very nice to your area when inserting. I found it poked me rather unpleasantly before I inserted. At least with a cardboard applicator it has cotton on the end to protect you from an uncomfortable poke. I did appreciate the size, and thought it looked cute for a tampon. The packaging was awesome, and I appreciated the resealable wrapper. No more wrapping in toilet paper and creating more waste.
The pads I am sold on!
They had a great new design with new flaps or wings that wrap better. It fits perfectly in your panties, as long as you wear full bottom ones. A thong won't work ladies. I also noticed these vent holes in the pad. But it didn't create a leak or mess of any kind. That was cool even if I am not quite sure why there are there. Loved the packaging and loved the pads!
The pantyliners are last and my favorite.
These pantyliners fit perfectly in my panties, and I have found that not all of them are shaped as good. But these ones are shaped to be a perfect fit. They also are very thin, but very absorbent. They are also a great new design in packaging and overall I am sticking to these from now on.
So in looking back, I love the pantyliners, like the pads and am not quite sold on the tampons. Overall a good new series of products though.

4/5

Recommend? Yes.

DISCLAIMER: I received products for review. I was not compensated for my opinion or this post.

Comments

  1. I have not tried this collection yet. Thank you for reviewing them!

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  2. I'm allergic to the dry weave on Always, so they make me itch like a son of a bitch.....TMI? lol.

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    1. LMAO The information is good here... I think I broke the T.M.I with my tampon review...

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