What is your pad?

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  1. *hands on face*... takutnyer.... close face with hands again.... oh my ...... shocking how we do not know what goes into the making of some things..... huhuhu

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    1. Scary kan Miera
      Tu sebab grandparents kita takde masalah nie semua sebab tak pakai pad hehe

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  2. My periods are coming up soon! haha. This is a wake up call for me. huhuhu. now im scared.

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  3. Good informative post. Many of my girlfriends have converted to using cloth pads. A lot of work, though.

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    1. Yes, cloth pads also good but as you said, lot of work.

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  4. Thanks for sharing this. Very informative blog post.

    http://waiyee.blogspot.my/

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  5. This is scary!~ Thanks for sharing this precious info!~

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    1. No problem Kylie. Sharing is always caring.

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  6. ah that's a huge piece of useful knowledge for me :) This is especially good for girls who do not really know what they are wearing

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    1. Yes. I learnt a few things about the pads that I think not everybody knows and feel obligated to share about it. Am glad that you find the facts are beneficial.

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  7. you write the most interesting stuff. Those that i never knew, nor will stumble on anytime soon.

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  8. thanks for the great knowledge :)

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  9. may i know what is exactly the "difference" of a normal pad compared to yours? if it's the same cotton ones we buy off the pharmacy rack then it's just the same.
    Please share more info on your blog instead of asking us to private msg you individually as you make it sound like a hardcore sales post lol. I am sure many can benefit if you share the information here.

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    1. Thanks Arisa for the comment.
      I have written a few about the pads in previous entries but I will write about it again the very near future.

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  10. Baru je guna seminggu dua ni...so far macam puas hati...mungkin akan terus guna lg... 😊

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    1. Yeay! Good for you! Teruskan pakai ye.

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  11. The same gel materials that's used in the pads can also used for potted plants, especially if you want to keep some indoor plants and always have the issue of remembering when to water then. Fill up a jar with the gel, fill it with water and put the plants in, and it'll grow healthily, just remember to top up when the gel starts to look solid.

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    1. Wow.
      Thanks for the info Mike.
      Didn't know about the gel. Will certainly try to plant something in the house as living in apartment, this will certainly helps.

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  12. OMG, never know so much information about sanitary Pad!
    Thanks for Sharing Rawlin!

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    1. Quite scary facts too right Wendy?
      Feel free to share the info ok.

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  13. Feel scary to know what is in our pad actually. However, I never try the Bio Seleza pad before.

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  14. this is scary and I'm looking forward to know what does Bio Seleza has to offer. will it be different from the normal pad?

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  15. Such a scary fact, made me think and checking my pad now >.<

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    1. Scary facts right Ivy. Change for the better ok

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