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The Diva’Me Prima Dona period panty is designed to provide the ultimate protection and all-day dryness without compromising comfort. It is made from four layers of soft, breathable, and ultra-absorbent material that won’t cause any odors, sweating, or itching. Caution: Do not tumble dry your period panties!

Diva'Me Prima Dona

AED80.00Price

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  • About the product:

    Heavy flow 60ML

    Made with organic cotton.

    Body: 88%nylon,12%elastane 

    Lining:95%cotton,5%elastane

    Middle: 85%polyester,15%elastane 

    Breathable TPU

    The period panty is made of 4 layers that are super absorbent and prevent leaks. Designed to replace pads and tampons to give you the full protection all day every day.
    Strong water absorption: Instant absorption without stickness feel.
    Soft material: Made with organic cotton for all day and night comfort.
    Breathable layers: Zero odor and itchiness.
    Environment friendly: Eco-friendly material and sustainable.


    Care instructions:


    Period panties are washable and reusable.
    Soak your period panty into cold water to soak out the blood. Afterwards, wash it in a washing machine or by hand as regular underwear. Caution: Do not tumble dry your period panties!

Taking care of your Diva'Me Period Panties & Diva'Me Swimwear Guide

Step 1: Pre-wash your Diva'Me Period Panties & Diva'Me Swimwear before wearing them for the first time. This will activate the technology in the middle protective layers for maximum absorbency.

Step 2: Wash your Diva'Me Period Panties & Diva'Me Swimwear in the sink under running cold water until the water runs clear.

 

Step 3: Use organic soaps or detergents to wash your Diva'Me Period Panties & Diva'Me Swimwear. You can wash them in the sink or in the washing machine. Ensure to set the temperature on 30°C and mode on delicate and don't use fabric softeners!

Step 4: Reuse & Repeat! Once done washing, hang to dry! Don't tumble dry your Diva'Me Period Panties & Diva'Me Swimwear, as the inner layers can get damaged.
 

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