On the Dot Perfect Spot Review & Giveaway

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.


I don't know if anyone else has had this, but my entire life I've kept my pads and tampons under the sink, crammed in next to the hair dryer (that I never use), drain cleaner, spare sleeves of cotton pads, etc. Not the most elegant or accessible of solutions.

So I was stoked to see On The Dot Perfect Spot, who realized there is a better way. And let me try out their product for you all.

On the Dot is made of recycled chipboard, and comes in several pretty designs (this is Dreamy Dusty Wings).

It has a plastic base, which is handy if kept in a bathroom, where wet floors are a regular.

The butterfly handle is pretty, and easy to grip and lift the storage box out of the main box. It's connected to the box sturdily, so I doubt it will separate after multiple use.

It's a fold-out top compartment, which easily holds tampons and pads, in abundance.
The bottom compartment is open, so you don't want rolling items in there. But it fits toilet paper rolls, more pads, and other supplies.


This makes a more elegant, compact, and attractive storage solution for period products (let's not call them feminine, shall we? They don't have a personality, therefore they can't display gender preferences- and certainly bleeding every month isn't feminine. It's just inconvenient).


Also, you could also use this to hold a passel of other things, which I appreciate (one-trick ponies aren't my style).

But the best part is, 10% of all of their profits are donated to women's organizations. Women helping women, even during the most inconvenient week of the month.



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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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