How to Organize Your Feminine Hygiene Products for a Clutter-Free Bathroom

If you’re like most women, you have a drawer, or cabinet, full of feminine hygiene products. And if you’re like me, sometimes it feels like they are taking over your bathroom! It’s easy to let them get out of hand when you’re in a hurry. But with a little bit of organization, you can keep your bathroom clean and clutter-free. In this blog post, we will discuss some tips for organizing your feminine hygiene products.

Why should you organize your Feminine Hygiene Products

There are several reasons why you should take the time to organize your feminine hygiene products. First, it will save you time in the long run. When you know where everything is, you won’t have to spend precious minutes searching for what you need.

Second, an organized bathroom just looks nicer. No one wants to see a cluttered bathroom.

Third, it can also save you money! Because you can easily see how many tampons and pads you have remaining, you won’t overbuy on feminine products that you already have an ample supply of.

How do you organize feminine hygiene products?

Feminine hygiene products can be organized in a number of ways. One way is to keep them in a drawer or cabinet near the bathroom sink. This will make it easy for you to grab what you need when you’re in a hurry.

The method of storing feminine products will determine how much bathroom storage you have in your house where you store your panty liners and tampons. So keep that in mind when you are trying to create an easy way to store tampons and pads.

Clear Acrylic Drawers

You can also keep them in a storage container under the sink. This can help to free up space in your bathroom. If you use stackable drawers, this can really take advantage of the vertical space and allows you to store a lot more feminine hygiene items.


Storage Caddy

Another way to organize menstrual products such as tampons and pads is to use a caddy with a handle. This can be stored in a bathroom cabinet or even under the sink. This is a great way to keep everything together and makes it easy to grab and go when you need it.

This is another great way that allows you to see exactly how many tampons and pads you have left so you can stock up before your next cycle. This is great to store tampons of different sizes when your flow has varying intensities.


Stackable Storage Boxes

If you want a really polished look, I highly recommend using stackable photo boxes. They come with metal label holders so you can easily label your tampons and pads. This creates a really uniform-looking bathroom cabinet.

The disadvantage of this method is that you can’t see how much you have left of your feminine products.

Store Pads and Tampons in Clear Acrylic Organizers in a Drawer

If you have a drawer in your bathroom, this can be a really convenient way to organize your feminine care products. Each type of menstrual product gets its own container and you can easily grab what you need. This works especially well if you have a drawer right next to the toilet!

Use a 2-Drawer Organizer

These work really well if you have a tall cabinet under your bathroom sink. You can designate one drawer for tampons and another drawer for pantiliners and pads.

If you really want to make the most of the space, I recommend using clear acrylic dividers inside of each drawer so you can store things vertically…otherwise, these drawers are quite short, limiting your storage space. These drawers are great to store almost anything!

Adhesive Bins that Attach to Your Cupboard Door

If you’re short on space, a really great way to add storage is to utilize door space. Adhesive bins will help you create storage so you can store your pads and tampons in a super accessible way.

These bins typically apply with adhesive strips that attach to the inside of a cupboard door. Because tampons, pads, and pantiliners are so lightweight this is a fantastic solution for storing your period product because they are so lightweight.


Use a Cosmetics Bag

A super simple way to keep tampons and other period products easily accessible is to keep them in a simple cosmetics bag. It doesn’t need to be anything fancy. You can even use one that has a divided section to help you easily access exactly what you need.

These are easy to carry around because they typically have a handle!

How do you store pads discreetly?

If you don’t want your pads and tampons to be on display, there are a few other options. You can store them in a pretty basket or bin and keep them under the sink or in a cabinet.

If you want to use clear stackable drawers, you can even cut a piece of cardstock (you get to choose the color/pattern!) and put it in the front of the drawer so you don’t see the feminine products behind it inside the drawer!

How do you store pads in school?

It can be embarrassing to leave class to go to the bathroom to grab a pad or tampon, so it’s always good to be prepared! You can store pads in your backpack, locker, or even your pocket!

If you have a small purse, you can also keep feminine hygiene products in there in case of emergencies.

When I was in school I used to sneak a tampon up my sleeve or in my shoe so nobody knew I was going to change my tampon. It worked great and saved me a lot of embarrassment.

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