These pads are supposed to help with period cramps, and cool, we’ll take a 2-for-1

Period cramps are annoying, painful, and can sometimes ruin an entire day. Sure, you can stock up on pain relievers and fire up the heating pad, but those cramps are sneaky and make it hard for you to forget they’re there. What if we said you could stifle those nagging cramps by simply changing pad brands? Enter the NannoPad, “the most innovative menstrual pad on the market,” scientifically designed to minimize period cramps.

NannoPads are a product from the Nannocare company. According to an April 10th press release, "Nannocare was established to present women with a safe alternative to drugs or medication which may aid in naturally relieving menstrual discomfort." Okay, Nannocare. We're listening.

The company tackles period cramps with their signature “Nannogenic technology.” Nannocare found a way to break down natural fibers that contain “naturally occurring earth elements” into nanno particles. Those nanno particles then safely and naturally “emit a needed amount of molecular vibrational energy,” which increases blood flow.

It’s through this “increasing microcirculation” that menstrual cramps are weakened. And 75% of the women who took part in Nannocare’s in-house study found that using NannoPads decreased the severity of their period pain.

The company also writes that Nannogenic technology “purifies the area around the pad from bacteria which has been proven to decrease odor.”

NannoPads not only naturally relieve menstrual cramps, but they’re also made with 100% OCS Certified Organic Cotton, meaning you can have peace of mind knowing that you’re using an all-natural product. The press release states that to achieve the best results from using NannoPads, it’s recommended that women start wearing them the week before they’re expecting their period.

NannoPads are available in three sizes — pantyliners ($7), regulars ($12), and supers ($14).

Similar to other all-natural and organic menstrual product services, you can sign up for a Nannocare monthly subscription service via their website. Or, if you want to try before you buy, you can purchase single packages of liners or pads.

We’re certainly curious to give NannoPads and Nannogenic technology a try. If they can get rid of our cramps, then NannoPads might just be our period heroes.

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