Teen Hipster Period Swim Bottom | Black Sea
Swim and surf worry-free! Our Ruby Love Hipster Period Swim Bottom features our built-in absorbent liner and leak-proof technology, so you can swim, paddleboard, surf or just lounge on the sand all day. It's period swimwear designed specifically for water activity. Mix-and-match with other bikini tops!
The hipster swim bottom can be worn alone, with a pad, tampon or menstrual cup, 100% maximum leak-proof protection and discreet.
Fit: low-rise, just like our hipster underwear.
Fabric: suit is 80% nylon and 20% spandex; leak-proof gusset is 2 layers of 100% absorbent cotton and dri-tech mesh.
Care: Machine wash and dry on low heat; do not use fabric softener.
Made in the USA.
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Function & Technology
Patent-Pending Ruby Love Technology: Smart, intuitive design. The built-in absorbent gusset is perfectly angled to collect your flow immediately, ensuring stain-free comfort. It can be worn with your cup, tampon or a pad. Sanitary pads are locked in and securely held in place in the dri-tech mesh gusset.
What you do get: Security, comfort, peace of mind and complete discretion - you can't see any unsightly bumps from the outside. It's like you're not even wearing a pad.
What you don't get: Leaks, slips, chafing. Plastic, Polyurethane Laminate (PUL), plastic. Embarrassing odors.
Can I Swim On My Period?
Yes. Swimming on your period is very safe. In fact, when you dip yourself in water, generally your menstrual flow may temporarily stop due to pressure. But this is not always the case, so you must wear a backup to a tampon or menstrual cup. If you cough, sneeze, or laugh the pressure will change and your menstrual flow may start to come out in the water.
Tampon and Menstrual Cup users can use the absorbent lining as a backup for any leaks.
For those that cannot use Menstrual cups or Tampons:
Sanitary pads can be secured, and discreetly hidden in our undergarments. To avoid an oversaturated pad and issues, do not stay in the water too long - we suggest up to 1.5 hr. Discard the soaked pad immediately after leaving the water and apply a new sanitary pad.
Some people wear it with or without additional protection depending on your flow, this is an individual decision based on your flow, you know your body best - always maintain your flow. Wear a sanitary pad /tampon/ menstrual cup with this product if you have a heavier menstrual cycle. The swimwear is precautionary to secure sanitary pads and help prevent leak and stains.
Suggestion: Cotton Core Pads
Suggested Time Between Pad Changes: up to 1.5 hour
Includes a built-in absorbent liner to stop spills and stains.
Can Period Swimwear Fit My Daughter?
Yes, The lowest end of the waist, right above the buttocks, should be at least a measurement of 23.
- This is the most popular question from our everyday parents.
- The special cut fabric is a 4-way stretch that expands, it will body conform to the body for a perfect fit.
Machine wash and dry on low heat; do not use fabric softener. Made in the USA.