Note - This review is only for the girls rendition of Goodnites. I will review the boys kind if there’s a demand for it, and it might be interesting to see if there’s really “custom protection zones” between the boys and girls
I have a love/hate affair with Goodnites. I’ve worn them more than any other diaper, I’ve worn every rendition and changed my lifestyle based on what Kimberly Clarke decided to do. They’re better than it’s ever been, but could still use a lot of work.. I’ve always had trouble finding an incontinence solution that if noticed, isn’t obviously a diaper and feels like regular panties. Goodnites are currently the closest you can get to a stylish, pretty, reliable pair of absorbent panties. They have odor control, decent leg gathers and a low-cut waist that you can hide under most jeans.
With that said, I have been continuously frustrated by this product and hope for another solution. First, it doesn’t fit most women, I’m 115 lbs, 32 inch waist, and I fit into the XL size, but if my period and thanksgiving ever coincide, they’ll tear at the sides. They also don’t feel like panties, they feel like diapers. They are noisy, and the leg gathers and sides are basically the same as the kids pull-ups. Also, I haven’t had “Pixie Fairies” on my underwear since I was 8
The Bottom Line – For smaller girls of all ages, Goodnights are a low-cost, attractive, but not without flaws, alternative to the plain white bellybutton high diapers.