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Aldi has a small personal care section that includes necessities such as shampoo and conditioner, body wash, bar soap, razors, pain relievers, and even allergy pills. Among the mix are pads, tampons, and panty liners. The selection is good enough that I rarely buy feminine hygiene supplies from other stores anymore. Aldi feminine products are all sold under the store’s house brand, Blossom, which until recently only included feminine hygiene products but now also includes bladder control products.
In this post, I’m looking at Blossom Panty Liners.
Aldi Blossom Panty Liners cost $3.69 for a box of 80 at the time of publication. That comes out to about 5 cents per liner.
The Blossom package states these are comparable to Always. Always liners come in a variety of styles, and I’ve found that the Aldi liners are on the larger, thicker side compared to some Always liners I’ve purchased in recent months. So if you want a liner that offers a little more coverage, the Blossom liners can be a good option. The Blossom liners are not individually wrapped like many Always liners are, which can be a good or bad thing depending on your preference.
Blossom Panty Liners, like all other Blossom products at Aldi, are Regular Buys, which means Aldi sells them all year.
These liners are unscented and feature a “Dri-Fit cotton-enhanced system” that “helps prevent skin discomfort while providing leak free protection.” They have a “breathable outer layer” and are marketed as “perfect protection for everyday wear.”
These are made in Canada with domestic and imported components. Ingredients are: cellulose wood pulp, polyethylene, sodium polyacrylate, polypropylene, adhesive, white pigment, lavender pigment, and surfactant. The body side cover contains a nonwoven material with at least 15% cotton.
As is the case with any feminine hygiene product, the box offers a reminder that you should not flush these down the toilet, unless you want clogged pipes.
Blossom liners are my go-to liners that I keep in the bathroom closet. They’re comfortable to wear, reasonably absorbent, and are okay about staying in place. They’re also competitively priced.
Aldi Blossom Panty Liners are comparable to certain Always brand panty liners. If you want inexpensive panty liners, the Aldi version is worth a try.
I have used Blossom before and did fine, this pkg I just bought is the worst. Falling about half way through the day, will never buy again.
These are the worst panty liners ever. They fall apart while wearing and caused itching while using. Will never buy them again.
These panty liners used to be good. Now they have changed and fall apart after a couple hours. Go back to original make!
Let Aldi know: https://www.aldi.us/en/contact/
I’ve bought these for a couple years now. The long is not as long as they use to be. they fall apart halfway through the day. won’t buy them again
I will not buy these again, they fall apart, the worst ever!
I agree used to be good product. Fall apart after few hours. Took back for refund and replacement. They were bad also.Will not buy again. Contacted Aldis per your suggestion