Period Pants for Girls & Teens

Period Pants for Girls & Teens




      Fits snug like regular undies with the power to absorb you period.

      hand wash or machine wash period pants


      Rinse before leaving in the laundry basket or put into the wash the same day. Wash at 40, easy.

      line dry period pants

      DRY & REUSE

      Line dry or put in your airing cupboard ready for the next day.


      They look like regular underwear but they have a special lining that holds all of the blood, without feeling any wetness or smelling any odour. After wearing them, you can simply wash them, dry them, and reuse them again and again.

      Yes. Once you start to feel wet, it means your pants need chnaging. Go to the bathroom with clear pair of WUKA and change them like if you would change an underwear. After you change, put the used one in a waterproof wet bag, bring it home, rinse the blood out and into your washing machine with dark colours. Voila, all done !
      Remember you can always hand wash all our WUKA, just make sure the water runs cleans after using soap.

      WUKA period pants for girls and teens are absorbent enough to last up to 8 hours, for a school day, depending on your flow.
      We always suggets youo to carry a spare when out an about, esp. on heavy flow days.

      The short answer is between 8-17 year olds. The average age for first periods to start is 12 year olds. If you start seeing white crust on your pants, then you have started puberty. So from then, you are 6-12 months away from starting your first period.
      Also ask your mom when she started her, you ae mostl likely to start at the same time.

      There are usually 3 things that happen before a period starts. You will start to grow breasts and grow hair, either in the armpit or pubic hair. The third thing you will notice is vaginal discharge. This is what vagina produces to keep itself clean, so you have this white, creamy discharge that comes out, which you will see in the crotch of your underwear.

      First periods are different. Some kids may get a little bit of blood, and some will get heavy bleeding, and this may only last a few days. Between 2-7 days is considered normal.
      Sometimes after your first period, you might not get regular periods for month, it completely normal.

      Premenstrual syndrome (or PMS) is thought to be linked to changing levels of hormones, your body’s chemical messengers, throughout your menstrual cycle. Not all girls and women experience PMS. Those who do will experience a variety of symptoms, including mood swings, feeling depressed or irritable, headaches, tiredness, bloating, tender breasts.

      PMS symptoms usually occur 2 weeks before your period, and then ease and disappear after your period starts.

      Firstly, don’t be ashamed. It’s perfectly normal and natural. If someone makes fun of you, remind them that if humans like you didn’t bleed then there would be no people on this planet! The good news is that blood stains can be rinsed with cold water. In the case of a sudden leak, it is always advisable to carry a menstrual product in your school bag as a back-up. Your teachers and school nurse will be happy to help.

      It's tricky to predict when your next period will start. Most women and girls go about 28 days from the first day of one period to the first day of the next, but anywhere from 21-35 days is considered normal. In the first few years of menstruating, your period may be very irregular.

      No period is the same and variation is part of nature. Having more or less of certain hormones will create changes in the pace and timing of your menstrual cycle. Other factors that can affect your periods from month-to-month include weight gain, diet, medicines and stress.