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TOMtotes :: Girl-friendly Product Review II

Attention all tween and teen girls! No longer do you have to be embarrassed or feel hassled by your period! These new and totally chic pouches for your purse are designed especially for girls.
 

Discreet & Chic

TOMtotes are neat and discreet pouches for girls on the go! Choose from the following fashionable products:

 


Each is cleverly designed to carry your monthly necessities – tampons, pads, liners and the like – so nobody has to know!


Each fabric tote ties shut with a ribbon and looks just like a wallet or coin purse. They come in several bold patterns and colors and can even be customized for a club or team!


Did You Know?

And here are some bonus features and extra little fun facts about these great new products:

  • The TOM in TOMtotes stands for “time of the month”
  • Both tampon and panty liner totes are cut specially to fit the size and shape of each product
  • TOMtotes tie nicely and are so small they tuck away in the smallest of pockets inside your bag, purse or backpack

 


Visit www.tomtotes.com for more information.


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