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Lil-Lets Teen Period Starter Kits

#firstperiod, #periodatschool, #periods

Whether it’s your school or sports bag, suitcase or bedroom drawer, it’s great to be prepared for that special time in your life when your first period arrives.

Here at Lil-Lets we understand that this can happen anytime……and anywhere.

Don’t be caught out and keep our Lil-Lets teens starter kit with you when away from home, it’s so pretty nobody but you will know what’s inside, ideal for keeping those inquisitive boys from finding your period supply stash too.

Our teens period starter kits now also have a newly updated Becoming a Teen booklet with some great tips and advice on puberty and periods.

Available in most larger branches of Boots the Chemist and Superdrug, it’s a must have for those of you patiently waiting for your period to arrive.

Check out our animated video here:

Further Reading

Packing for a trip

What if my period starts in school?

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Comments

boo!

souds good to me :)

Cocoa

My Mom bought me this when i was a few months in. I just had massive night pads to use. This is amazing.

lania

i havent got my perode yet but wanna be prepared

Fabulous

Hi there, I can’t seem to find the lil let’s starter teen pack any where do you know where I could buy it ?

Wilna

Hi how do I in South Africa get hold of these starter packs we have a private school and woul like to able to give these packs to our girls that start their periods

Glam Girl

My mum bought me this pack a couple of years ago just before going into year5. Over that summer holiday I started to develop a bust as well as pubes. This is a "must have" item for 9-10yr olds to start carrying in their school bags. Xxx

Kate

My little sister will be starting year 5 in september so I bought her this starter kit to keep in her bag just in case. I use Lil- Lets so she knows there are extra pads and panty liners in the bathroom if she needs them.

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