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14 Best Period Subscriptions + 5 Period Underwear Brands to Try

Christen Russo
ByChristen RussoSep 2, 2020 | 1 comment

Updated March 19, 2020

Period subscription boxes are a convenient way to stay stocked up without stepping out! The monthly subscriptions on this list will provide you with the menstrual hygiene supplies that suit your needs and wishes—there are familiar names, new brands that only use good-for-you materials and ingredients, eco-friendly options, and everything in-between, and span offerings like tampons, panty liners, pads, cups, wipes, and more. And, if you desire to be sent a little treat to go along with your period supplies, just to make things a little less awful, there are subscriptions that send chocolate, tea, and gifts, too! Psst—for those curious about leak-proof period underwear, we added a few suggestions to try at the bottom of this list.

Want to check out some more awesome subscription boxes made with women's needs in mind? Explore more subscription boxes for women or take a look at which boxes our readers voted their favorite women's boxes of 2020.

Our Favorite Tampon, Pad, and Period Subscription Boxes

1. Blume


Image via Blume.

Cost: Plans start at $8.99 a month, with optional add-ons. Subscribe here!

Why we love it: Blume lets you customize a box of sustainable, safe, feminine hygiene products to match your needs. In addition to their FDA-approved, 100% chemical-free supplies, they offer awesome add-ons like essential-oil-based skincare. We love this subscription's modern packaging and approachable messaging—it feels like something you'd expect from the hippest new beauty brand, not from tampons and pads—and the fact that they donate part of their proceeds to an organization that helps educate and support girls in need during their periods.

Check out our Blume reviews and our Blume details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US and Canada.



Lola tampons box with four sizes of tampons shown.

Image from our review.

Cost: Plans start at $8 a month, with optional add-ons. Subscribe here!

ACTIVE DEAL: Get 25% off your first subscription order!

Why we love it: LOLA's tampons, pads, and liners are made with 100% organic cotton, with no dyes, toxins, or synthetic materials. Customize which products you receive (this includes but is not limited to options for tampons with or without an applicator, as well as wipes) and how frequently you get them. LOLA also offers a great range of ingredient-conscious intimate products. We're smitten with their crisp, understated packaging. No need to hide these packages in the cabinet—they'll look perfectly unassuming (maybe even chic) sitting out on your counter! Try a sample pack of their products for $5.

Check out our LOLA reviews and our LOLA details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the contiguous US for free.


3. Bonjour Jolie

Bonjour Jolie

Image via our review.

Cost: Starts at $23.50 a month, with discounts for longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

Why we love it: Bonjour Jolie is a radically inclusive subscription that helps make getting your period easy and fun! Each box includes a mix of up to 20 hygiene projects from well-known brands, yummy snacks, teas and drinks, small gifts, ibuprofen—practical and pampering products that fit the preferences you set when signing up. 

Check out our Bonjour Jolie reviews and our Bonjour Jolie details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US for $6.99, Canada for $13.99, and worldwide for $19.99.


4. Cora

Cora box with tampons and carrying case shown.

Image via Cora.

Cost: Starts at $7 a month. Subscribe here!

Why we love it: A Certified B Corporation, Cora offers sustainable, 100% organic cotton pads, tampons, and liners that it ships to your door on a convenient, recurring basis. They also recently started carrying applicator-free tampons, menstrual cups, pH-balanced wipes, and heating pads to further support your needs. In addition to the high-quality products themselves, Cora also provides subscribers with a faux leather tampon clutch and a chic storage case as part of their starter kit. Best of all, Cora uses profits from every box sold to provide period products and health education to girls from developing countries around the world.

Check out our Cora reviews and our Cora details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US.


5. Rose War Panty Power

Rose War Panty Power

Image from our review.

Cost: Plans start at $25.20 a month + shipping. Subscribe here!

Why we love it: Rose War Panty Power hygiene products (tampons, pads, and liners) are organic and cruelty-free, and arrive alongside sweet treats, feel-good body care products, and two new pairs of cute underwear in your chosen size and cut. Rose War Panty Power seeks to infuse fun and ease into the periods of women from 18 to 50+!

Check out our Rose War reviews and our Rose War details for more information on subscribing. Ships worldwide.




Image via FLEX.

Cost: $24 bi-monthly (first month is $13). Subscribe here!

Why we love it: FLEX is a tampon alternative that was designed by women for women. The unique, comfortable product eliminates the risk of toxic shock syndrome and is designed with your sex life in mind. (Yes, you can have comfortable, clean sex while menstruating!) FLEX works like a temporary menstrual cup, preventing leaks and messes for up to 12 hours, even on your heaviest days. This company also carries their own brand of menstrual cup with a slim fit, meant for beginners. 

Check out our FLEX details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US for free.


7. Kali

Kali Period Subscription Box

Image via Kali.

Cost: Plans start at $14 a month + shipping. Subscribe here!

Why we love it: Kali wants to support you through your entire cycle with chemical-free, all-natural feminine hygiene items as well as non-period-specific items like organic deodorant, body mists, supplements, skincare, and more. Create a box that fits your unique needs and have it delivered straight to your door! We love the rose gold packaging, the emphasis on natural ingredients, and the fact that they offer a menstrual cup as well as traditional items like tampons and pads.

Check out our Kali reviews and our Kali details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US, varies by destination.


8. Tampon Tribe

Tampon Tribe Tampons

Image via Tampon Tribe.

Cost: $10 per pack, or save with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

ACTIVE DEAL: 20% off your first month code

Why we love it: Tampon Tribe is dedicated to saving the earth while saving your body, through toxin-, chemical-, and plastic-free products and packaging. They also carry menstrual cups that come with their own canvas pouch. For your first month, Tampon Tribe sends a sustainable, reusable burlap bag and purse pack for storing your supplies. In addition to being ingredient-conscious and eco-friendly, Tampon Tribe is also community-oriented, donating products to homeless women each month and offering ways for customers to donate, too. (Check out the "Give to Under-Served Teens" option in their shop!)

Check out our Tampon Tribe details for more information on subscribing. Ships worldwide (free to the US).


9. my Petal Club

my Petal Club box open to show tampons, pads, and tea.

Image via my Petal Club.

Cost: Plans start at $8 a month + shipping. Subscribe here!

Why we love it: my Petal Club is a super-affordable way to make sure you never run short on pads, tampons, or both! In every personalized box, you'll also receive necessities and pick-me-ups, too, such as cramp relief products, chocolates, wipes, and UTI self testers.

Check out our my Petal Club details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US.


10. A Genie's Dream

Tube filled with menstrual products and comfort items from A Genie's Dream.

Image via A Genie's Dream.

Cost: Starting at $30 a month. Subscribe here!

Why we love it: A Genie's Dream aims to empower tweens and teens by replacing period anxiety with excitement and fun! Each delivery brings high-quality hygiene products, self-care and wellness items, holistic products, sweets, and even some playful presents to keep young women smiling throughout their cycle. Choose from the classic Lady Tube, which includes organic tampons surrounded by other fun goodies, or the Raw Tube, which features all organic products.

Check out our A Genie's Dream details for more information on subscribing. Ships worldwide.


11. L.

L. period subscription box

Image via L.

Cost: Plans start at $3.95 per month. Subscribe here!

Why we love it: Created by and for women in San Francisco, L. tampons and pads are free of pesticides, synthetic materials, rayon, chlorine, and dyes. Not only do they offer customizable bundles of pads, tampons, and liners (which arrive in awesome patterned packaging), L. supports women in developing countries, supplying communities with feminine care products that they otherwise would not be able to access. Check out their intimate products, too!

Check out our L. details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US.


12. The Period Store

Red box from The Period Store with cotton natracare tampons, teas, chocolate, and more.

Image via The Period Store.

Cost: Starts at $15 per month. Subscribe here!

Why we love it: With The Period Store, you get to select everything that goes into your box so that you'll know what to look forward to when your monthly package arrives! Each shipment includes 1-3 boxes of your choice of tampons or pads (there are also reusable pads and sponges available as eco-friendly options), a 5x7 limited edition print, a delicious treat, 2 tea bags, and 3 packets of either cramp tabs or ibuprofen. When you add an item to your package, you can indicate whether you'd like to receive it in your next box only, or in all monthly deliveries. There are also fun add-ons like jewelry, mirrors, totes, and more, all with empowering menstrual-related themes that help to celebrate your body's natural cycle!

Ships to the US for free and Canada for an additional charge.


13. Rael

Rael subscription box with tampons, pads, supplements, toiletries, and more.

Image via Rael.

Cost: You curate your own subscription. Products start at $4 for 18-20 organic panty liners. Get 10% off when you subscribe. Subscribe here!

ACTIVE DEAL: Free Hand Wipes On $50+. No coupon needed - just use this link.

Why we love it: Rael recognizes that period care means whole body care, offering not only 100% certified organic cotton pads, panty liners, and tampons, but also carrying a beautiful line of skincare (think hydrating masks, serums, and blemish patches) and feminine care (like heating patches, wipes, and washes). Add as many items to your cart as you wish, and subscribe to receive them monthly or every 3 months for a 10% discount. Or, if you'd rather Rael do the choosing for you, you can select from one of three period kits!

Ships to US for $4.99 (orders over $30 are free).


14. SewSoSweetTreasures

reusable panty liners made from cotton flannel with a variety of colors and patterns.

Image via SewSoSweetTreasures.

Cost: Starts at $6 CAD per month. Subscribe here!

Why we love it: If you're looking for eco-friendly backup protection to pair with your menstrual cup, or need lightweight leak protection for any other reason, this reusable panty liner subscription sends one surprise cotton flannel liner per month, paired with a sticker sheet and a sachet of tea. It's a nice way to slowly build your supply of earth-friendly period support, and the element of surprise will give you something to look forward to!

Ships worldwide from Canada.


Bonus: Curious About Period Panties? Here Are a Few Recommendations!

The following suggestions are for one-time purchase, but they're great products to pair with your favorite period supplies subscription.

1. Aisle

Period underwear from Aisle, which was formerly Lunapads.

Image via Aisle.

Cost: Starts at $13 per reusable panty liner, $40 per pair of underwear. Purchase here!

Why we love it: Formerly Lunapads, Aisle started out by making reusable, machine-washable panty liners and pads so that period protection could be more cost-effective and enjoyed with a reduced environmental impact. Now, this diverse and inclusive company carries period underwear, too, in brief, bikini, hipster, and boxer brief silhouettes. They also sell their own brand of menstrual cups in two sizes, as well as a stain eraser, absorbency booster (an additional layer you can add to the gusset of your undies), and carry bag for somewhere to store both used goods and extras as you strike out into the world to, you know, live your normal life. This Certified B Corp company’s offerings are created in sizes XS-5X.

Ships to the US (from British Columbia) for $10, BC for $7, the rest of Canada for $10, and worldwide starting at $15. All US and Canada orders over $75 ship free.


2. Knix

Six women of many sizes and ethnicities posing with Knix leak-proof underwear on, with various coverage silhouettes featured.

Image via Knix.

Cost: Starts at $23 per pair. Purchase here!

Why we love it: Women are amazing for a whole number of reasons, not the least of which being that our bodies are brilliant—the vagina is a self-cleaning organ, meaning discharge is totally normal. So, while Knix’s leak-proof underwear is an awesome replacement for the panty liners you might use during lighter days of your period, or as backup on heavier days (they absorb up to 3 tsp or 15 mL of moisture), they also offer comfort and protection during non-cycle times. They are equipped to absorb discharge, urine, sweat, menstrual blood, all while remaining totally cute and comfy, then be tossed in the washing machine for the next wear.

Bonus: Knix also makes wire-free bras and supportive tanks in F & G cup sizes (full size range is 32A to 42G), as well as comfortable postpartum products like super-stretchy leak-proof undies, leak-proof nursing bras and tanks, and pumping bras.

Ships to the US for $7 (free for orders over $70), Canada for $10 (free for orders over $80), Canadian locations of NWT, Nunavut, Yukon for $20 (free for orders over $100), and internationally for $25 (free for orders over $200).


3. Knixteen

Hands holding black period underwear.

Image via Knixteen.

Cost: Starts at $16 per pair. Purchase here!

Why we love it: Knixteen is the teens edition of Knix, offering 3 silhouettes for period and discharge protection: boyshorts, bikini cut, and sleepover shorts. A variety of colors and patterns are carried, along with the confidence that comes with leak-proof living. Just like with Knix panties, this seamless underwear can absorb up to 3 tsp (that’s 15 mL) of liquid, which is about how much 2 tampons might absorb. The size range is XS-XXL, and they’re machine-washable for easy care!

Ships to the US for $7 (free for orders over $70), Canada for $10 (free for orders over $80), Canadian locations of NWT, Nunavut, Yukon for $20 (free for orders over $100), and internationally for $25 (free for orders over $200).


4. Thinx

Three women wearing period underwear from Thinx.

Image via Thinx.

Cost: Starts at $24 per pair. Purchase here!

Why we love it: Thinx covers all the bases in terms of protecting bottoms during that time of the month. They have expanded to carry many silhouettes including thongs, leotards, and exercise shorts, all in an XS-3X size range (some in XXS). Thinx Classic holds up to 18mL (about 2 tampons’ worth) of fluid, while Thinx super holds up to 36mL (about 4 tampons’ worth). Thinx (BTWN) panties use the same technology to prevent leaks, stains, and smells, but come in full-coverage styles and cool colors that are meant to fit tweens and teens.

Ships to the US for $5, Canada for $9, and internationally for varying costs. First order ships free with an account for all countries.


5. Dear Kate

Inclusive image of five women wearing bras and Dear Kate period underwear.

Image via Dear Kate.

Cost: Starts at $32 per pair. Purchase here!

Why we love it: Dear Kate’s leak-proof products include a line of thongs, hipsters, and brief underwear, but they also offer dancewear (two leotard silhouettes) and activewear pants! Lightheartedly encouraging you to “go commando” with their period, sweat, and leak-protected yoga pants, carried in sizes XS-3X, this brand supports continued movement—or at least utmost comfort—without the worry of seeping or staining. Dear Kate’s thongs hold about 1 teaspoon of liquid (equivalent to a regular absorbency tampon) and their fully lined underwear & bottoms hold about 3 teaspoons (equivalent to a super absorbency tampon).

Shipping costs calculated at checkout. Ships to Pittsburgh, PA for $4.95. International shipping costs vary (free for orders over $175).


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Christen Russo
Christen Russo

Hi there, I'm Christen. I am all sorts of things:

🌳 a writer who loves to convey feeling

🌲 a mother who wants to have just as much fun as my kids do

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You'll find me collecting stationery and squirreling away stickers, riding bikes and swimming with my family, creating outfits in colors and silhouettes that make me feel amazing, wearing big earrings, drinking beer and asking my husband to feed me harmonies to sing, taking my vitamins, living for dancing to live music, roping everyone into a craft, being human and vulnerable, and celebrating the phenomenon of being alive.

...and doing it all with energy, delight, and jokes along the way.

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