WUKA SWIMMING Period Bikini Pants - Light Flow
WUKA SWIMMING Period Bikini Pants - Light Flow
WUKA SWIMMING Period Bikini Pants - Light Flow
WUKA SWIMMING Period Bikini Pants - Light Flow
WUKA SWIMMING Period Bikini Pants - Light Flow

WUKA SWIMMING Period Bikini Pants - Light Flow

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WUKA Period Pants
Product Detail


  • Light flow days
  • Up to 2 tampons worth

Wuka Swimming Period Pants Overview

WUKA Swimming Bikini Pants are designed to give you period protection for use in the swimming pool, hot tub or beach.

Period swimwear is a designed for your light flow days when you want some water fun but are NOT suitable for your heavy flow days.

Wuka Swimming Bikini pants look like many of my normal black bikini bottoms, there really isn't any visual different about them.  The gusset is thicker but not that anyone would notice! What i'm also very pleased about is that there is NOT a logo on the outside of the pants so there is nothing to give away what they are.

Wuka swimming pants holds up to 2 tampons worth of menstrual flow. It's important to remember they should only be used for a light period and light menstrual flow. On your heavier days you would need to use a tampon or menstrual cup and could wear the period swim pants as a back up.

Quick drying so you can sunbathe in them just like an ordinary bikini.

Super flattering fit. The soft smooth and stretchy nylon fabric with a high leg cut which fits nicely to your body.

Extender Wear Time Warning

Period swimwear is designed to absorb your menstrual blood while you are swimming and are fabulous to wear for your regular swim, swimming lessons etc. However they are not designed to be your sole source of all-day protection. When you need to wear the costume for an extended period such as a day at the pool, beach or a waterpark you can't wear just the one costume all day without the risk of leaking. Why? The swimsuit will also absorb pool water, and if you've been wearing the costume for an extended time it will also have absorbed blood so when you come back to sit on your sun lounger, beach towel or queue up for a ride there is a real risk that the excess water that drips or is squeezed out as you sit will be tinged red with blood.
So what do you do for all day wear?
I'd recommend you have two costumes so you can change throughout the day. How frequently you need to change costumes will depend on how heavy your flow is and how often you are in the water. This might be every 30 minutes or every 2 hours. When you go to change, wipe yourself clean as much as possible, put on your new costume then rinse the worn costume until the water runs clear. Then dry the used costume in the sun or in a towel until you may need to change the costume again. A dark or black towel to wrap around yourself or sit on when you get out of the pool would be better than a white or lightly coloured towel. You may also consider a menstrual cup or disc for heavier flow days, with the period swimwear providing additional protection against leaks.


Size UK Size Universal Hip Size (cm)
4-6 XXS 80-85
6-8 XS 85-90
8-10 S 90-95
10-12 M 95-100
12-14 L 100-105
14-16 XL 105-110


How do I use it?

Period proof swimwear is very popular with teenagers either swimming for fun or competitively.  The Wuka bikini period swimwear is designed to be worn on their own however some prefer to wear them under their usual swimming costume/bikini bottoms. The Wuka period swimwear bottoms are a thin material with a high leg cut so you can easily wear them under your favourite swimming costume.


The outer material isn't like the rest of the WUKA period products range instead it is a water repellent swimming costume material.


WUKA stands for Wake Up Kick Ass and their mission is to create the world's most comfortable and eco friendly period underwear. 


Pants FAQ's

How many pairs of period pants do I need?

We tend to find that 5-7 pairs of underwear are enough for the average cycle.  2 Night time pairs and 3-5 day time pairs means that you have enough to wash every other day and ensure that they dry in time for their next use.

Machine Washing Period Underwear.

Washing period pants in the washing machine is the most effective way to care for your undies.

Here is a basic guide to wash period pants:

  1. When you remove your used underwear rinse them thoroughly with cold water till the water runs clear. You can gently rub them to help remove as much blood as possible.
  2. Either pop them in your normal washing with other clothes or store them in a wet bag until wash day.
  3. Wash on a cold wash at either 30 or 40deg. You can use your normal detergent but avoid fabric softener.

Most companies will advise you to avoid harsh chemicals, fabric conditioner and tumble drying, as eventually it will lead to a shorter life span and issues with performance.

Customer Reviews (9)
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9 Reviews:

Great product
04 September 2023  | 

My 12yo daughter used these on a recent cruise and she geeky comfortable and confident through the holiday whether in the beach of in the ship's pools.
Great product.

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Does the job
28 July 2023  | 

From customer service to receiving the product exceptional service. Very comfortable to wear does exactly as described. Will look to buy in the future

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Swim pants
29 November 2022  | 

Excellent product and service

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