Lively Days Hygiene Care Products

A period is kind of hassle. It can make us feel a little more self-conscious.Feeling the need to adjust your routine activities along with the pain, irritation, mood swings and hygiene issues can make the days messy, awkward and distracting.

Apart from this the need to ensure menstrual hygiene along with continuing with the daily routine such as going to school, going to work or doing household chores makes the things worse.

That’s why we have developed the new Lively Days Hygiene Care Products to move with you.


Disposable Period Panties

How often have you experienced the discomfort, irritation and hygiene issues that result from wearing regular panties during periods?

Think of the amount of time you have taken to clean the messy stains?

Haven't you ever wished for a comfortable, clean and hygienic alternative during this stressful days?

If so Lively Days Disposable Period Panties is the answer to all your period problems

  • Securely holds pad and ensures worry free movement and effective leakage control Generous leg
  • openings for enhanced comfortable
  • Breathable fabric that leaves you feeling fresh for hours

Heavy Flow Pads

Are you experiencing heavy periods every month?

Do you constantly worry about staining your clothes?

Does your regular pad leave you feeling uncomfortable, wet and smelly?

Now spend your period days without worries with Lively Days Heavy Flow Pads

  • Maximum absorbency- Unique Leak Guard Core rapidly absorbs fluid, crystallises it, leaving the top layer dry Extra wide and extra long - Equipped to handle heavy bleeding and offers best overnight protection
  • Elastic side bands- Flex as you move, helping the pad to stay put and protect against leakages
  • Soft non-woven top layer- Gentle and skin friendly
  • Odour control system- Avoids unpleasant smell

Style Lyvely Days Heavy Flow Pads Ordinary Pads
Absorbency Capacity 450ml 80ml
Absorption of 200cc Absorption of 50cc
  • Maximum Absorbency

  • Cottony Soft Top Layer

  • Elastic Side Bands       

  • Odour Control System

  • Protect Skin from Mositure


What is a menstrual period?

When puberty begins, your brain signals your body to produce hormones. Some of these hormones prepare your body each month for a possible pregnancy. This is called the menstrual cycle. Hormones cause the lining of the uterus to become thicker with extra blood and tissue. One of your ovaries then releases an egg. This is called ovulation. The egg moves down one of the two fallopian tubes toward the uterus. The lining of the uterus breaks down and flows out of the body through your vagina. The discharge of blood and tissue from the lining of your uterus is your menstrual period (also called "your period").

What all things I must know about my first period?

Although a lot of girls get their first period between 11 and 13 years old, you could get yours anywhere between 9 and 16. Watch for these signs.

  • Developing breast "buds"
  • Growing pubic hair
  • Vaginal discharge

How can I prepare for my first period?

Since you never know when your first period will arrive, it’s a great idea to be ready. Here are some ideas:

  • Prepare an emergency kit containing a disposable panties and a good absorbent pad
  • Keep this in your book bag or purse
  • Ask a friend, school nurse or teacher for help — most schools keep extra pads for exactly this reason!

How can I track my period on a calendar?

To track your period on a calendar, mark the first day your bleeding starts on a calendar with an "X." Put an X on each of the following days that you have bleeding. Count the first "X" as day 1. Keep counting the days until you have your next period.

What are heavy periods?

For younger girls particularly, heavy periods can be simply because their cycle is not yet regular, causing the lining of the uterus to build up more than normal, resulting in unusually heavy period flow. However, there are other medically related reasons also. Heavy bleeding does not necessarily mean there is anything seriously wrong, but it can affect a woman physically, emotionally and socially, and can cause disruption to everyday life.

How do you know if your period is heavy?

You’re classified as having a heavier than normal flow if you soak through a pad every hour for several consecutive hours, or if your period lasts eight or more days. If you have a heavy period at night this could also mean your period is heavier than normal,as the flow of our period normally slows while you sleep.

Apart from that here are some other red flags you should keep in mind:

  • Your menstrual cycle lasts for seven or more days.
  • You need to change your sanitary pad every one or two hours.
  • You need to visit the toilet in the middle of the night to change pads.
  • You experience pain in your lower abdomen constantly.
  • You observe big clots of blood on your sanitary napkin.
  • You experience fatigue and breathlessness during those days of the month.

Many women become accustomed to heavy periods, considering them to be normal. Over time, though, the excess monthly blood loss leads to anaemia, potentially causing weakness or fatigue. If you ever feel something is not right with your period, see your health care provider.

I am having heavy flow at night, how can I handle it?

If you have a heavy period flow at night and want to know how to prevent period leakage, wear a pad with high SAP content so that it will absorb the discharge throughout the night. Just make sure you change the pad just before you go to bed and take it out first thing in the morning. This way you’ll have leaks covered!

Will the flow be different on different days?

The amount of discharge you might have can vary throughout the month in line with your cycle and you tend to have more when you're ovulating. Also the consistency can vary - sometimes it might be thin and watery and sometimes it can be thicker, it all depends on what your hormones are doing.

How to prevent period leakage?

Period leakage can be a drag, embarrassing and stressing. So make sure you’re changing your pad every twice or thrice daily – before any leaks can happen. Secondly, use the right absorbency for your flow. If you have a heavy period, make sure you’re using a heavy flow period pad.

What causes Period Cramps?

Period pain is caused when your uterus contracts, allowing blood to leave your uterus. The lining of your uterus releases special chemicals called prostaglandins and these can increase the intensity of the contractions.

Is it normal to bleed after delivery?

Every new mum bleeds after having her baby (lochia), whether the birth was vaginal or by caesarean section. It's how your body gets rid of the lining of your uterus (womb) after birth. The blood may come out in gushes, or flow more evenly, similar to a heavy period.

I’m experiencing more discharge than before my pregnancy. Is this normal?

Yes. All women lose some blood during and after delivery. For a few days after you give birth, you'll seem to have a very heavy period. Because the amount of blood in your body rises by about 50 percent during pregnancy, your body is well prepared for this normal blood loss.

Call your doctor if you develop the following symptoms, as you may have an infection:

  • The lochia has an unpleasant smell.
  • You come down with a fever and/or chills.
  • The bleeding stays heavy, and is bright red, after the first week.
  • Your tummy feels tender low down on one or both sides.

Can I exercise during my periods?

If you’re planning on exercising during your period make sure you’ve got the right kind of protection. Try a heavy flow absorbent pad and wear proper panties.During your period and the week following, your levels of the female hormones oestrogen and progesterone are at their lowest. Research has shown that during this low-hormone phase, women’s

bodies recover faster and have a higher pain tolerance – which is perfect for those of us who love workouts! So if you hit the gym during your period and realise that you’re smashing your spin class… you’ll know why.