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Review: Virony Sanitary Pad

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I used Virony for the first time yesterday and I ain't looking back. Few weeks ago, my friends told me about Virony pad which I was scared to get at first because of my fear of switching sanitary pads but the reviews and praises I got about it made me change my mind. Well, here I am too, dropping my praises about Virony. 

Product Name: Virony Smart Lady Pad

Company Promises
  • Absorbs 60% faster
  • Extended wings to prevent leak
My Experiences 
  • I love the feminine look and packaging, the fact that the pack can be reused as a makeup or storage bag makes me love it even more.
  • Comes with 30 pieces in a pack (18 days, 7 nights and 5 pant liners) you will notice the difference in sizes. 
  • It has a light and dry feel, no bulge or feels heavy when being worn and there is this minty feeling you experience down there ☻
  • It is perfect for heavy and light flows and does not leak or tear.
  • My friends who experiences rashes with previous sanitary products swore that they didn't experience such with Virony.
You can get Virony Smart Lady Pad for 650 naira - 800 naira depending on your location. 

I think Virony should try to increase their social awareness. In conclusion I would recommend females who are looking to switch to get this beautiful affordable pad. 

*This is not a sponsored post, product was bought with my money and all opinions were mine and honest. 

Comments

  1. Hi there, yup this post is actually pleasant and I have learned lot
    of things from it concerning blogging. thanks.

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    1. Hey, glad you you didn't leave the blog without learning something 😊

      Thanks for dropping by 😘

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  2. I started using virony sanitary pads since 2017 and I've enjoyed it, it's variety of sizes, long wings and affordable price is what I love most it. I bought a pack in calabar over the weekend and i notice once I use it, I feel cool, like there's a mentol in the pad, I actually had to confirm the feeling by using another pad, am worried and will discontinue use for fear of health issues, I need to know is there any expectations of feeling like there's mentol now in the pad

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    1. Hi, thanks for stopping by. I understand the need to be careful as a women and I will advice you stop using it if you are no longer comfortable with it.

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