Ready to ditch the tampons? Shoppers are 'obsessed' with these stylish leak-proof period pants - and they suit all flows (here's how to get £10 off)

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Thousands of shoppers have been left 'so impressed' with a range of attractive period underwear that lets you ditch the tampons and pads.

The Ugly Pants range of sustainable and 'very comfortable' period underwear (costing from just £9) is causing an 'obsession' amongst shoppers looking for an alternative to traditional menstrual products. And it's so good it might make you give up the tampons for good.

Ugly Pants Olive Bikini Brief Period Pants 

Available in six colours, these are period pants that prioritise your comfort.

The Ugly Pants offer a sleek look with ample protection, absorbing up to 10ml with anti-odour and moisture-wicking technology.

The brand recommends that you can wear them confidently for up to 12 hours, then rinse, wash, and repeat. Made from breathable bamboo fabric, they ensure all-day freshness too.

MailOnline readers can use the discount code Mail10 for £10 off their purchase! Expires July 16.

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Ugly Pants is offering a special promotion of £10 off your first order, allowing customers to try a pair of their comfortable period underwear from just £9

Ugly Pants is offering a special promotion of £10 off your first order, allowing customers to try a pair of their comfortable period underwear from just £9

According to scores of rave reviews, the Ugly Pants are the reusable period underwear that you need to know about.

Not only can you wear them time and time again to protect you against leaks during your period but the period pants have a four layer design that absorbs your period flow at any stage.

'These pants are legit the best period product I have ever used!' wrote one impressed user 'So comfortable and doesn’t even feel like I am using anything and I forgot I was even on my period. Washed amazingly and would definitely recommend.'

If you haven't tried period pants before, then the reviews for the Ugly Pants might quell any worries or concerns.

Tried and tested, the pants have been hailed 'comfortable and discreet' yet 'still girly and cute' by shoppers. A clever and sustainable alternative to pads and tampons, the period pants look like regular pants only with a discreet impermeable leakproof layer.

In fact, the Ugly Pants have four layers, so you can rest easy knowing you're in safe hands. As well as the absorbent and leakproof layer, there's also a moisture-wicking layer that helps keep you feeling fresh with odour control technology.

Going undetected, these pants aren't bulky so are discreet underclothes and comfortable on your skin. Better still the ironically named Ugly Pants come in a range of stylish designs to match your taste so whether you prefer bikini, hipster or overnight pants, there's a style to suit you.

The Ugly Pants absorb up to 10ml with anti-odour and moisture-wicking technology to help you stay comfortable throughout your period

The Ugly Pants absorb up to 10ml with anti-odour and moisture-wicking technology to help you stay comfortable throughout your period

'By far the best period pants I’ve tried!' a second five-star reviewer wrote. 'These period pants are so comfortable and supportive I actually look forward to wearing them rather than dreading pads and tampons!'.

Others have also professed their love for the Ugly Pants, impressed with how they hold up to 10ml with anti-odour and moisture wicking technology to keep you feeling comfortable when going about your day.

A third customer shared: 'These period pants have honestly given me the most comfortable periods! I don’t have really heavy periods so can find pads and tampons uncomfortable for long periods of time! But using these pants has been amazing, I just put them on and go about my day!'.

As well as thongs, bikinis, overnight and hipster pants, the Ugly Pants also lets you shop by absorbency so you can be protected throughout your cycle.

The period underwear is offering a special promotion of £10 off your first order, allowing customers to try a pair of their sustainable, comfortable, and attractive period underwear from just £9.

MailOnline readers can use the discount code Mail10 for £10 off their purchase. Expires July 16.

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