iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $0.61 (11% off)
Great hypoallergenic chlorine free panty liners made of organic cotton.
Posted by Leione on Mar 25, 2014
In addition to being hypoallergenic, organic and chlorine free, these panty liners don't contain any toxic chemicals, dyes, fragrances, wood pulp, rayon or viscose, which makes them more breathable and less likely to cause irritation and itching. They are ultra thin, soft, have a great fit, stick well (unlike Natracare panty liners) and offer excellent protection for light days. Something I've been looking for for a long time. Glad I found them. Definitely one of my favorites.
Better than the others
Posted by Reviewer2971636 on Jul 27, 2014
Even though Maxim pads are more expensive than Natracare, they are much better too. These pads are very thin, they don't pile up and the adhesive stripe is really strong. I am not sure they are really that environment-friendly, as there is some plastic in them, but this is still a better option than regular pharm brands. This is an item I buy again and again.
Posted by Reviewer2435098 on Jan 02, 2012
these are good panty liners, i just don't understand why they have to pack each one of them in a separate plastic package - it's not too environment-friendly and not convenient for the home use
Maxim Ultra thin Panty Liner - not good
Posted by Reviewer2400635 on Dec 18, 2013
Each liner is packed individually, and the glue on the package is bad, it's hard and uncomfortable to open. Adhesive on the liner doesn't stick well, the adhesive is only in the middle line, so the sides of the liner are free. Don't absorb that well. Won't buy again.
Exceptional Natural Feminine Product!
Posted by Reviewer2085359 on Jul 11, 2011
I have long used another natural brand of panty liners, but the adhesive doesn't stick well and they "bunch" easily. Maxim brand is excellent!! They are super thin, stay put, and absorb extremely well for a thin liner. Won't go back to the others. Great product!
Posted by Stefana on Sep 13, 2015
They're soft and natural. I like it that they are individually wrapped. I would say the "ultra thin" part is a bit exaggerated, they're just thin; also the base is a bit rigid. That makes it even more difficult for them to.. stick, especially since the "Adhesive strip "is quite useless. Yes, I've had more user-friendly versions, but no, they were not natural.
Maxim Untra thin Panty Liner
Posted by ivyengland on Sep 23, 2013
These cost more, but are well worth it. All natural cotton, and are thin and stay put. They work well for a liner, and are individually wrapped to take with you. I also like natracare, but they have a tendency to bunch up and get uncomfortable. So far, maxim works best!!
Pads are good, only downside is the least for Money
Posted by ELLEBEAUTY on Dec 10, 2013
I think if the brand will increase the quantity pads it will be more lucrative
Posted by Revron on Sep 13, 2011
Nicely packed. Plus good for the skin. Thank you iherb.
Posted by Superkoxy on Jun 09, 2012