I was away for a bit and when I returned home I was happy to see a little brown box with my name on it had arrived from BzzAgent™!
Inside were a page of campaign directions, my free package of Always Infinity, three individually wrapped yellow regular Always pads, and eight $1.00 off Always Infinity coupons to share.
I am happy to report that the free package was this one:
I am also happy to report that they are VERY comfortable and so thin I can't even tell just standing in my underwear that I have them on - the only giveaway is the wings on the outside of the crotch part of my underwear. They also absorb quite a bit. It is a great relief to not have to worry about running to the bathroom to change every hour during my heaviest days. These ranged for me from being good from two to four and a half hours, depending on my level of flow. This is very important so I don't get dirty or questioning looks at work about going to the bathroom often, and for my peace of mind that there will not be leakages.
It also makes me more comfortable in wearing a shirt that does not cover my bum (in case of leakages) during my period.
I like the "feel" of these against my "delicate parts". It feels like a cotton fabric - not like any kind of a plastic. I absolutely hate the comparison of pads to diaper by some not-so-nice women and men. There is nothing farther than the truth and comparisons like that seek only to shame women for dealing with the natural cycles of their bodies. For any woman out there who has felt humiliation, embarrassment, or any other negative emotion for their decision to wear pads during their period, I say that Always Infinity can alleviate that negativeness by being thin and fast/heavy absorbing.
The wrapping is fairly quiet for changing in public stalls, but the sides of the package do make some noise. By opening them slowly less noise happens. Again, if you are a woman who feels embarrassed by changing your pad in a public bathroom, you can open the package slowly, but periods are natural and if someone says something or gives you a look, they are the ones who should be ashamed, not you.
The adhesive on the back of the pad is almost the entire pad in length and width in a solid strip. No bunching happened for me! The wings have adhesive on each rounded wing and they worked fine. The wings are made of more tissue feeling material and for me, anchored the pad well and caught any drops from shifting.
I am planning to keep a couple of the free $1.00 off coupons for myself to buy additional packages (they also come in Overnight, so I am going to get some of those) and share the rest.
The three regular pads were put in the kit for me to film an absorption test and post it onto YouTube (you know, the famous "blue liquid" test). I do not have a YouTube account, and I don't feel right creating one solely for the purpose of posting one video, so it is not likely to happen.