Saalt Period Underwear Elemental Bikini - Heavy Absorbency
Regular to High Absorbency
Silky smooth fabric and a stroke of modern mesh combine with thin, flat seams for no-show, any-outfit comfort.
Why you'll love the fit: This mid-rise bikini style features less coverage for a made to flatter fit that locks in leaks.
- Designed in Paris. Because strong and beautiful is kinda our thing.
- Peace out, pads. The perfect replacement for pads and liners or backup for your cup or tampon without the pad-like bulk.
Take good care of Saalt Wear, and it will take great care of you.
After use, rinse your Saalt Wear in cold water to help avoid staining. Then, hand wash or machine wash on cold, preferably in a wash bag made for delicates. You can use detergent, but pass on the fabric softener, bleach, and iron to protect the tech. Proudly hang dry—energy efficient, and free.
- Body: 80% Recycled Polyester, 20% Elastane
- Mesh: 83% Polyamide, 17% Elastane
- Lining: 100% Polyester
- Gusset: 92% Recycled Polyester, 8% Spandex
- Breathable PUL lined
ZERO TOXINS, ZERO WORRY
- Ethically made in Sri Lanka
- OEKO-TEX®️ and bluesign®️ approved
- Certified free of PFAS and other harmful substances
Fit: True to size (If between sizes, order one size up.)
|Location||Order Value||Rate||Delivery Time|
|S$70 and above||FREE||2-7 Days|
|Below S$70||S$3.90||2-7 Days|
|Rest of the World||-||S$19.90||7-14 Days|
Love this pair of undies. Super comfy and very good as secondary leak protection
Using these instead of a panty liner is great. Held up great, did have a leaking episode on my heavy flow day and they didn't spread to my pants. Washed in a regular load of laundry and hung dry. Did take a little longer to dry but clean and fresh after.
Honestly- I was expecting period underwear to feel heavier / thicker (kind of like wearing a lighter pad) but they feel just like my regular underwear and not to mention, they're super cute too!
Overall, I'm very pleased. I've been a convert to period underwear for about 5 years now, and I was originally using a different brand. I've now officially switched my full period underwear regimen to Saalt for a couple reasons: 1. I felt they fit better (not as tight around the legs, sizing more appropriate for a larger body) 2. They felt more about review stating Very Pleased; Only Using Saalt Nowt more like regular underwear (lightweight and comfortable) 3. The quality feels high 4. I had no leakage or issues with coverage, even overnight.
I bought one pair to use as backup on my first/heaviest day. They exceeded my expectations. They are cute, comfy, fit well, and the do the job. I wore them through and hour spin class I ALWAYS leak in spin and have to wear a pantry liner the first day, which is GROSS when you’re sweating like a beast. I felt dry the entire class, and they never rode up the entire ride. When I got home I rinsed them with cold water in the sink, and they DEFINITELY held blood. I squeezed pink water down the drain. I am so so so thrilled to never have to wear uncomfortable pantyliners to spin again!