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Pambra Review and Giveaway

Warning:This post covers Pambra Bra Liners, if you are uncomfortable with this subject.

Hello Neighbors

Hope you are having a beautiful day today! I have a really great product for road trips and for daily use. It is called Pambra, and is designed to prevent chaffing and irritation, extends the use of your bra, effectively absorbs perspiration under and between breasts, proven to eliminate rashes, and provides Post Surgical options.

Now, I don't know about you, but traveling hours on end in a vehicle, with a husband who thinks he is freezing and needs the heat on can get uncomfortable. Yes, I am one of those who need these due to sweating and rashes appearing. I have even considered that I might be allergic to the elastic, and I can't stand wires in my bras. So, when I heard about Pambra, I was real excited. I mainly wear jumper dresses, and I have actually made a fold in the t-shirt I was wearing to tuck under the band of my bra. It helped, but I felt silly! Why hadn't I heard of Pambra before? These work great!

Pambra is designed to fit under the band of your bra in front and partially around the sides. There are no pins, snaps or hooks. It will not slip or slide when worn under a properly fitted bra. The fabric and cotton blend absorbs moisture and keeps it away from the skin. It is available in three colors (white, black, nude) and comes in 5 sizes. There is a chart on their site so you can be sure you order the right size.

Pambra also has a Unilateral Liner and a Bilateral Liner, for those who have had surgery. They are doctor recommended and are currently being used in hospitals in Washington, Florida and Texas. They also have a Tummy Liner to reduce odors and perspiration under an abdominal fold. Or in cases of Gastric Bypass Surgery. And last, but not least they have washable nursing pads. Much nicer than disposables!

This would definitely be a benefit on a road trip and during the hot months of summer, when we spend most of our time outside.

There will be three winners in this giveaway who will each receive a full size package.

Mandatory Entry:Visit the Pambra website and leave a comment telling me something you learned there. You do not have to be a blogger to enter, but you must leave a valid email where you can be reached should you win. This giveaway will end 5/4 at 11:59 pm CST. The winner will be chosen using and will be notified by email. The winner will have 48 hours to respond. (USA Only)

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Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post. I received a package of the Original Style Liner for review purposes. All quotes are taken from the Pambra website or email. All thoughts and opinions are mine.


Eszter Boda said…
Hi! Great post on Pambra's. Honestly, I find it to be an incredible product, and I wear them nearly every day. My primary issue is less sweating than it is my hatred of underwire. I have sensitive skin and Pambra's takes away the rash and chaffing I always get.

This is one reason we sell Pambra's on our site, More of Me to Love, at the best prices around - one pack of 3 is only $14.95. Plus, when you get 2 packs (and there are Tummy Liners, too!), you get Free Shipping and Handling.

For readers of At the Fence, we want to offer an additional 10% off all Pambra's purchases. Just use the Discount Code AtTheFence in your Shopping Cart for an extra 10% off your Pambra's order!

Please let me know if you have any questions!
Eszter Boda said…
Thought maybe you'd like the link, too!
Niecey said…
I visited the site and learned Pambra’s, L.L.C. is under contract with Susan G. Komen/ Ozark. They are also women owned and made in the USA.
Niecey said…
I subscribe to your emails
Niecey said…
I follow you on twitter
Niecey said…
I tweeted

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