Smartfit

LIKE EVIE, SOMETIMES YOU HAVE TO WONDER, SURELY IT'S TIME TO MOVE ON?

LIL-LET'S SMARTFIT DEMO

Unlike most other tampons that expand lengthways, Lil-Lets SmartFit™ tampons work with a woman’s body by expanding all the way round for comfort and protection. To see how Lil-Lets SmartFit™ tampons works, take a look at this demo. To find out whether you’re ready to move on to tampons, click here


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Summer

I'm 11. What things should I be moving on from?

Tessinator

I’ve not moved on yet but Iam going to soon

tween

I have stopped lisning to katie perry.

Concerned

Just to say I’ve been reading some of the comments and although the comments themselves are ok some of the usernames are quite rude and I just want to remind people that quite young girls use this sight, some with their mothers. It should be a safe place for girls to go to so all I’m asking is that we think before we post xx

Re: Alicia

Shaving down there isn’t like under your arms. I’d suggest talking to your mum if you want to start shaving, she will certainly have experience or want to help. If you don’t have a mum, or don’t feel comfortable talking about it with her, talk to a close female relative or very close friend who might be able to help. Just bear in mind you can always wax, buy some small scissors and cut it - that’s what I do but you must must must be careful - or just leave it. You’re twelve and it’s unlikely anyone else will see it x

Hani

I’m quite embarrassed :|

E

I’ve moved on from wondering if I will ever speak to any of the boys in my new senior school. It’s been two years and I’ve spoken to the boys from my primary school and my bus 😂 By the way I go to a mixed school but we have lessons separately

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