Kotex Pads Reviews
Newest Review: ... easy to tear off wrapping and that packaging has a red heart shown on it and we are clearly told on the front of the pack ... more
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Customer Kotex Pads Reviews (11)
by - written on 11/09/09 (Very useful, 171 readings)
I have recently been stocking up on personal hygiene and sanitary protection as I seemed to have run out of everything at once... I know this is an embarrassing subject but it is a part of Mother Nature so these products have to be bought so I think these types of reviews are very useful to others who use sanitary protection :) I bought these 'Kotex Normal' at my local Wilkinson and paid a pound on special offer, I got 16 ultra thin pads for that. Made in the UK these pads come packaged in a plastic white wrapper with each towel packed inside it's own cute flower covered plastic wrapper that you simply peel the body shaped pad off when ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/01, updated on 13/07/01 (Very useful, 293 readings)
Since starting my periods I have tried many different brands but when I came across Kotex I stayed put. I am in the unfortunate position of not being able to use tampons. These were my first choice but on consulting my doctor I became aware that I would run a great risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome if I used them. So for my own well being I stuck to towels. Kotex are soft and very forgiving. Even on my worst days a medium flow pad works where other heavy flow pads have failed. I feel comfortable all day and due to the way they are designed you really don't have to buy night towels as they work well day or night. I can say nothing bad about these ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/01, updated on 21/04/01 (Very useful, 254 readings)
Following the birth of our daughter Rebekah and after my blood loss became less heavy I tried "Bodyform normal" much to my disappointment, but that's another op already done. Any way I seen these "Kotex Ultra Thin Super" towels in my local chemist priced at just 99p for a pack of 12, at that price I gave them a try and if they were no good then 99p wasn't much money to have wasted. They had other ones to choose from but as with my blood loss heavy one day and light the next I thought it to best get these just in case. The pack they come in is surprisingly small for its quantity of 12 pads. The pads them self are just 3mm ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/06 (Very useful, 839 readings)
Kotex products were first introduced as part of Kimberley Clarke’s in 1920 and the word Kotex came from two words “Cotton + Texture” hence the word Kotex. Kotex pads are made from the same raw materials that paper is made from which are wood cellulose fibres but Kotex fluff them up to make them absorbent and soft. The outer cover is made from polypropylene which helps reduce leakage. I first started using the Night Time pads after my son was born I was buying Mothercare maternity pads which I found to be useless and it was my sister who said to try these. The packaging has changed a few times over the years and today we can recognise ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/13 (Very useful, 57 readings)
When it comes to the time of the month I usually have some tampons and sanitary towels stocked up and ready to go but with moving I forgot to pack stuff like that so the other day my monthly visitor arrived and I had nothing in meaning I had to dash out and grab whatever I could and these were what I could! To be clear the Kotex sanitary towels I am reviewing are 'Maxi' but also called 'Normal'. The Packaging: The sanitary towels come in a white plastic and easy to tear off wrapping and that packaging has a red heart shown on it and we are clearly told on the front of the pack that they are Kotex 'Quilted For Sumptuous Softness' Maxi, ... Read the complete review
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