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Being a teenager is a fun, exciting time! Driving, shopping, and doing all the things that almost-adults can do … like going to Downtown Los Angeles. Katie's the stage manager and costume designer for most of the plays at her High School so she makes lots of trips to DTLA to source fabric, notions, and more for the shows and her competitions. It's her senior year so time is getting short … there are only 2 shows left and then she's off to college! Last weekend we went fabric shopping in DTLA before meeting up with a friend for dinner. Katie carried her notebook in a cute fringe clutch and wore one her favorite bomber jacket. But it's what you don't see that's even better: maxi pads and a bottle of Advil® Menstrual Pain (use as directed). I created a secret compartment clutch period kit that is super easy for everyone to make, even teen girls, because there is no sewing involved.
Preparing your teen with a period kit
The last thing any girl wants to worry about is getting a headache, cramps, and having back pain if her monthly arrives unexpected. Luckily, Aunt Flo wasn't visiting on this trip we took to DTLA but I've always taught my kids to be prepared. Wherever we go and whatever life sends her way, Katie's prepared with a period kit that has everything she needs to make it through the day. You never know when a friend might benefit from your being prepared too! Maxi pads, tampons, and Advil® Menstrual Pain are essentials in a period kit – you'll need to make sure that it's filled with your daughter's favored feminine products and products that work.
It's a good thing that #1 Doctor Recommended Brand for Menstrual Pain, Advil® Menstrual Pain, is available right on the shelf, conveniently at your local Walmart near the Pharmacy.
Our period kits all include Advil® Menstrual Pain because it targets the cause of menstrual cramps & discomfort to relieve pain for up to 6 hours without caffeine or Antihistamines. Who needs drowsiness or an upset stomach from caffeine? Not a high school girl, that's for sure! Walmart is a convenient stop on the way to and from school where we can stop in any time and grab this pain reliever from the pain aisle, without a prescription. It's a good day when you can be out having fun or going about your day and your daughter says, ” What pain?”!
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