Our FlowDay Pads are made for her to wear throughout the school day. One pack features 14 odor wicking and super absorbent pads.
INCLUDES THE ONLY PERIOD KIT MADE WITH PADS FOR GIRLS, NOT GROWN-UPS
At 12, Allegra is still a period newbie, is she like your daughter?
Like most 12 year olds, the old Allegra didn’t really understand her period, and definitely didn’t look forward to it.
Allegra: “I had my first period when I was 11 and my mom and I really struggled to find the pads that fit and that worked for me. I have P.E. at school and I play volleyball so my pads have to work under a lot of different situations. Sometimes I would forget that I was out of my pads, and mom would either have to run out at the last minute to buy mine or she would make me use hers :face_vomiting:.”
Meet Allegra now…after RedDrop😍
Allegra: “I love these pads - they work so great for me and they’re super thin so they don’t show under my uniform. It’s great that these come directly to my house every month so that I don't have to try to keep up with my period, it seems like it comes and goes so randomly anyway. And my mom doesn’t have to make last minute runs to the store (which she hates). I also think that it’s really cool that every pack comes with some fun stuff :partying_face: that I like so that my period doesn’t feel like such a chore AND it comes with some information that I didn’t know. I’m glad my mom found RedDrop, they’re the best pads for tweens like me.”
The Period Kit
RedDrop’s Period Kit has 3 sizes of pads that your daughter needs. Including a discreet cloth Code Red Kit bag packed with the essentials, ideal to drop in a purse, backpack or gym bag. RedDrop’s convenient individually wrapped wet wipes are chemical and scent free for sensitive skin
The Period Kit also includes special gifts designed to make middle school periods more fun each month
RedDrop Period Kit includes
ALSO INCLUDES OUR PERIOD PREP CLASS
A great understanding of the biology behind periods. We know that Google is not a good teacher, so we will simplify everything that your tween and you need to know about periods.
Deatiled demostrations on how to use a pad and tampon
A better understanding of the symptoms and signs that predict your tweens period, the fist one and the next ones.
Period Prep 101
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR BODY
To really understand what your period is, you have to understand how your insides work. With the illustration you will receive in the mail and through this video our menstruation expert will walk you through all of the details slowly, step by step.
WHAT TO EXPECT WITH YOUR FIRST PERIOD
Most tweens want to know when their period will start. Unfortunately, there’s no way to know your exact day in advance, but you can pay attention to the signs and know when to get ready. We will show you how in this class.
DO PERIODS HURT?
No, in fact your tween probably won’t feel a thing, but they may experience cramps, which can hurt a lot. What are cramps and why do they hurt? What can I do to help my tween? We tackle all of these questions and many more in this class.
HOW DO YOU PUT ON A PAD?
Pads are the go-to products for most tweens, and while pads are pretty easy to use, there are a few do’s and don’ts to avoid accidents and embarrassing situations. We cover that in this class.
REUSABLE PADS AND OTHER OPTIONS
There are many options for period care now, let us show you and talk to you about many of them here. There’s no better way to help your tween make the best choice for their body.
HOW TO USE A TAMPON
Tampons are a super convenient and easy way to manage your flow. Don’t let them intimidate you. This class will demonstrate how to make using them easier.
PERIOD SYMPTOMS AND ACCIDENTS
Are you or your tween concerned about the possibility of accidents with their period? The easiest way to avoid them is with preparation, this class will help you tune into your body and stay prepared.
PREDICTING YOUR PERIOD
While we can’t see into the future, we can empower ourselves and use tools to predict when our period will come. Use this class to learn more about using a period calendar and listening to your body to be better prepared.
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About your Teacher
Hello, my name is Telisha! I am a medical student who loves sharing memorable, inclusive puberty education with learners around the world. My goal is to provide fun, approachable lessons that will help learners feel prepared for growing up and all the changes that come with puberty.
I am a future doctor and MD candidate (degree expected in 2024). My medical interests include OB/GYN and surgery. I also have a dual bachelor's degree in Exercise Science and Anthropology.
I have functioned as a teacher in a variety of settings—including tutoring high school students, college students, and medical students on topics ranging from college preparation to medical pathologies. I currently hold a Level I International Tutor Certification through the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA).
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