BONDS Period Undies

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Bonds Bloody Comfy Period Undies are currently on sale! Buy 2 pairs, get 20% off. Buy 3 pairs, get 30% off. Click this link to head straight to Bonds and take advantage of this sale while it lasts!

I’ll be honest, I wasn’t expecting Bonds Period Undies. When iconic Australian underwear brand Bonds released their very own period underwear range, I was so suprised! The Bonds period underwear range is called Bonds Bloody Comfy Period Undies. And I bloody love it.

You can be the judge and check out the range for yourself by clicking on this link.

Bonds is a cool, fun brand and they have a loyal fan base. I know that with Bonds bringing period underwear into their product line, they are going to bring a whole new world of people on board with period underwear. This is a wonderful thing.

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What is Period Underwear?

Period underwear is leak proof, absorbent underwear you can wear on your period. Period underwear is designed with special technology and an absorbent gusset, that will absorb your menstrual fluid.

Period underwear comes in different levels of absorbency like light, medium and heavy. If you choose the correct absorbency level for the heaviness of your flow, you can wear period underwear on its own without having to wear a pad, tampon or menstrual cup.

If you want to learn more about period underwear, then head to this page and browse through the previous period underwear posts I have written.

Other Period Undies in Australia – What about Modibodi?

It’s true, we already have an Australian darling of period underwear. Aussie small business Modibodi, was built from the ground up by an inspiring female entrepreneur, Kristy Chong.

Even though I love Modibodi and I am a devoted fan of their products (check out my most recent Modibodi review here), there are many people who still don’t love the idea of period underwear.

Period underwear invokes a sense of fear in many. The fear of tsunami-like menstrual fluid leaks, the fear of smelling like a dirty, used pad and the fear of facing the seemingly impossible task of cleaning your period-soaked underwear without a huge mess. 

I get it. I can talk until I’m blue in the face about how good period underwear is, how comfortable it is, how it’ll make your period so much better bla, bla, bla. But many people will still not buy it.

Case in point: one of my closest friends. I have been talking about period underwear for years. She’s asked me about it several times, but has never taken the plunge to try it out. Literally one week after BONDS launches their period underwear range, she buys three pairs! What can I say, the BONDS brand sells. 

Bonds Bloody Comfy Period Undies – First Impressions

OK so the Bonds brand also sold to me. I bought two pairs the day they launched. ‘It’s for research purposes’ I tell myself as I contemplate whether I need to allocate a whole separate drawer to my ever-growing period underwear collection.

Given the global circumstances at the time (I ordered them in April 2020, need I say more), the delivery from Bonds took a little longer than anticipated (just over two weeks). Unfortunately it arrived just at the tail end of my period.

So I had to wait about a month before I could put them to the real test of absorbing my period. But I could confirm from the get go that they stood up to their name. They were bloody comfy. I tried them on, they fit perfectly, felt great and looked even better. It was a big tick from me on those fronts.

You will have to wait until after my next period before I can really try them out and let you know how they go. In the meantime, if you want to try them out yourself head to their website by clicking this link. I’ve noticed they do sell out quick, so do go quickly if you want to try them for yourself.

Bonds Bloody Comfy Period Undies are currently on sale! Buy 2 pairs, get 20% off. Buy 3 pairs, get 30% off. Click this link to head straight to Bonds and take advantage of this sale while it lasts!

I filmed a YouTube video to show you what they look like, up close and personal, and how they look on a real person (me)!

Give it a watch below, leave a comment if you like the look of them and subscribe to my channel to get notified when I post the next BONDS video reporting on how well they work.

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Ellie Heasman

The Better Period

Ellie Heasman is a period blogger and founder of The Better Period. Ellie helps people on their journey to a better period through introducing them to the world of menstrual cups and period underwear, and sharing knowledge about the menstrual cycle and fertility awareness. You can join in the better period conversations on Instagram @thebetterperiod_ or find out more about Ellie here.

2 thoughts on “BONDS Period Undies”

  1. I actually HATE bonds take on period underwear. They are NOT bloody comfy, though it might have made for a punny name.

    They have way too much of that “nappy” feel. As soon as I tried them on it was a huge NOPE. I’m so pissed I spent the $$ on these as it’s something you can’t return even if you haven’t used. They’re just going to sit in my cupboard because I’ve tried and. Just hate wearing them they make me irritated which is something you don’t need to add to your period experience.

    I much prefer Love Luna… comfier, fit so much better and the padding isn’t rigid like bonds.

    1. Thanks for sharing your experience Carly!! That’s so annoying that you’ve found them irritating. I definitely prefer Modibodi to Bonds as the absorbent lining doesn’t get bunched up inside, it’s just all one nice smooth panel. I might do a post to compare the two. I have friends though that have tried the Bonds ones and love them. They haven’t tried other brands though so they don’t have any comparison.

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