Asda Freestyle Maxi Towels with Wings Super Reviews
Description:Sanitary Towels & Protection
Newest Review: ... like the leading brand but nothing special , then again we all know packaging does not matter really. The towels are not as ... more
Customer Asda Freestyle Maxi Towels with Wings Super Reviews (2)
by - written on 18/03/10 (Useful, 59 readings)
I decided to buy asda freestyle towels to help save a bit off money , being an apprentice , money doesn't always stretch but sanitary towels are an essential. The packaging is quite like the leading brand but nothing special , then again we all know packaging does not matter really. The towels are not as absorbent as my so far favorite brand always. The sticky side of the towel does stick to your underwear but if you have to reposition it the towel seems to instantly lose its stickiness which is a must when using sanitary towels. The wings stick good enough for the towel to stay in place and can make you feel more secure about it working. You get 14 towels in a pack ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/09, updated on 01/09/09 (Very useful, 95 readings)
Ok ladies the majority of us have periods! Men you've got off lightly in my view! Not only do we have to put with mood swings, being bloated, bleeding like a stuffed pig and generally feeling rough it's a trial and tribulation to find sanitary towels that don't rip and shred and that absorb the mess well for a reasonable price! Me, well I'll use tampons or towels but at the beginning of my period I can't use tampons due to pain so I resort to towels and because they simple get used and chucked with regularity by me I do try to sniff out cheaper (but quality options) from time to time. I came across these in Asda costing 89p for a pack of 14. Seemed ... Read the complete review
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