Asda Breast Pads Reviews
Product Type: Asda kids equipment
Description:Brand: Asda / Nursing Aids: Breast Care Supplies
Newest Review: ... pads I bought at the same time. They work but aren't very soft and feel like they are scratching my breasts sometimes as I ... more
Customer Asda Breast Pads Reviews (7)
by - written on 17/06/11 (Very useful, 52 readings)
It seems Asda's breast pads have a very mixed response on here but I can only say good things about them - they're the best I've used for the money. I did a review on Johnson's breast pads and I found them not only expensive, but too fluffy. I've tried Tommee Tippee ones, too, and I found them a bit too big, and a bit inconvenient as they're packed in individual plastic bags which I found fiddly with one hand. So, in searching for affordable, reasonably sized, easily accessible breast pads, I found Asda's own brand - they're branded 'Asda Baby' with a 'for mum' underneath, in a cutesy tall box in pastel colours and a 'stitched' effect. They're ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
When I was in the later stages of pregnancy I needed breast pads as my breasts had started to leak from about 36 weeks onwards and I was getting embarrassed with the small wet patches especially in the middle of the night which caused my breasts to feel itchy and wake me late at night. I had already invested in Asda Little Angels Breast Pads as they were on 2 for £2 and offering 40 breast pads in the box this represented excellent value for money. They breast pads come in a pale blue box and they are not individually wrapped so are not really designed for use out and about and I had to resort to putting them in a resealable freezer bag to take with me when I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/08, updated on 29/11/08 (Very useful, 102 readings)
This review is only going to be short as it's only breast pads and there's not a lot you can say about them! The ones I'm talking about are the Asda 'Little Angels' disposable breast pads. They come in a box of 40 and are £1.73 per box at the moment, which is a lot cheaper than Johnsons, and which is why I bought about 10 boxes last time I was in Asda (I need a lot because I have a large amount of milk, and I don't get out much!) They are very comfy to wear and also discreet (i.e. you can't see the shape of two large circles through your top!). They also have a sticky tab to keep them in position, which I suppose is handy if you are very active, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/12 (Very useful, 40 readings)
WHAT ARE THEY? Circular pads to fit over your nipples to absorb excess breast milk while pregnant and breast feeding. HOW DO YOU USE THEM? Place where needed and either wear them tucked inside your bra or use the adhesive strip to attach. ARE THEY ANY GOOD? These pads cost £1.50 for 40 and that's much cheaper than the Johnsons pads I bought at the same time. They work but aren't very soft and feel like they are scratching my breasts sometimes as I move around. The pads stay in place even without using the adhesive and are discreet under my clothes because they are quite thin and unobtrusive. The pads ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/00, updated on 28/09/00 (Very useful, 113 readings)
I tried Johnsons breastpads and thought they were very good. However they were costing me a small fortune. I could have supplied the nation with the milk I had so I got through a box every 2 days. I then thought I would try Asda's. Oh dear. A real waste of money. They had no absorbtion and hurt like hell. It was like wearing sandpaper. They were cheap though.... mind you, I wouldnt have continued to use them if they were giving them away!. Then I came across the washable ones. These were very expensive and you only got four in a pack. However they were very comfortable, but I reverted back to Johnsons as I couldnt afford to buy the 30 odd packs I would have need of .. Read the complete review
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