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Party In My Pants
I placed a fairly large order with Party In My Pants Pads (PIMP) because I had already signed up for their free liner sample (just pay shipping, sign up here) and LOVED it. When they ran their end of the year special (25% off!) I jumped on it and ordered several more liners and a few pads to test out.
1 Jetty Pad, 1 Overnight Pad, 1 Large Pad, 2 Luxe Liners and 8 Demi Liners.
I paid $78.66 for my entire order. I did use a special coupon code that was available at the time.
The normal cost for liners starts out at $9.99. Medium pads start out at $12.99. Large ones start out at $12.99. Overnight ones start out at $13.99.
You can cut down on the cost by choosing the “surprise me” option for the print used. Doing this saves about $3 per pad ordered! Definitely, the way to go if you don’t care about the print used. If you order $75 or more, shipping is free.
Nylon shield (backing)
Flannel (top & inner core)
Cotton (top & inner core)
Option for 100% organic cotton (top & inner)
Nickle free plated snaps
Variety of Styles & Sizes:
There isn’t too much variety in the different styles. PIMP seems to have a found a shape that works for most women and stays with that. There are a lot of different sizes to choose from, though. Their “Jetty” pad has a different wing placement than their other ones but is still the same shape. This isn’t an issue for me but might be for someone else.
Variety of Prints:
If you like a large variety of prints, PIMP is a great place to shop. They have a huge variety of prints. There is something to suit everyone.
I was pretty shocked to find that the top layer of the pad was pretty dry to the touch after 10 minutes. There was no leaking from the sides or the back of the pad. The pad remained super thin but did get a little bit of heaviness.
This pad is super thin and I didn’t think it would be able to work as an overnight pad. I really put it to the test with 2 oz of water. While the pad did get quite heavy, there was no leaking at all. Also, the top layer of the pad was fairly dry to the touch after 10 minutes.
I found the top layer of each one to be very comfy. And the thinness of the pads definitely is a huge plus for me. I hate the “bulge” that happens with disposable pads.
I tried to capture how thin the are with the below picture.
What I Didn’t Like:
There is also an issue with the pads shifting if you do not wear tight enough panties. This isn’t an issue for the liners but it is for the pads. You can help this issue by ordering the pads with a second snap, which I highly recommend. I’ve only noticed the shifting happening after periods of activity. If you have a job that doesn’t require much moving/bending, I don’t think this would be an issue at all.
I did notice that with some panties, you can hear the nylon rubbing when you walk. This may not bother you but it does bother me. I wish there was an option to have a different backing.
Shipping was very quick. My package was at my house within a few days of ordering. Included in my package was a piece of fair trade chocolate! I would LOVE the option to buy more of that chocolate. It is delicious.
I had a question and emailed customer service and they were very quick to respond and quite nice.
PIMP pads can be costly (especially if you choose your own print) but they are very well made. I am happy with how quick they dry due to their thin shape. I would recommend ordering their free sample first before placing a large order to make sure their shape works well with your body.
I will be ordering from this company again in the future.
If you place an order with Party In My Pants (PIMP) Pads, get 10% off with the code “frugalland“.