Sainsbury's Non Applicator Tampons Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's in Personal Hygiene
Newest Review: ... 89 pence. They are also available to purchase in regular, super, super plus and super plus extra. The tampons come inside a ... more
Customer Sainsbury's Non Applicator Tampons Reviews (3)
by - written on 03/04/13 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Unfortunately my daughter was quite poorly recently and we had to spend a few days in hospital. Of all times to start my period early, it had to be when we were stuck in hospital and I had no way of getting sanitary products. My mum was on her way to visit so I got her to stop off on the way and pick me up some tampons to keep me going until we could go home. As there is a Sainsbury's close to the hospital, my mum stopped off there and purchased me these non applicator tampons in the super absorbency. A box containing 16 tampons will cost you just 89 pence. They are also available to purchase in regular, super, super plus and super plus extra. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/12 (Useful, 47 readings)
I bought these a while ago due to the brand of tampons I normally use not being on offer. They come in a small, quite pretty yellow box. Sainsbury's sell the same range of absorbancies as the leading brands which means they are great for the different days of your period. a box of 16 costs 82p and a box of 32 costs £1.29 which is much better value for money compared with the leading brands. Each tampon comes individually wrapped in plastic that has a yellow perforated tag to make opening them really easy. In fact, I found the way Sainsbury's designed these to open, much better than the leading brand. The tampons are just as effective as the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/10 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I bought these instead of various other brands as they were cheaper, just to see if I could save some money. I hate paying loads for products like these. A box of 16 of these costs 82p and a box of 32 costs £1.29 and in the range they also have super and super + extra. I have found these no different to brand named similar products and I will continue to buy these as they are quite a bit cheaper. The products themselves look the same as any other non applicator tampon, they are individually wrapped in clear plastic with yellow writing around the middle where they are perforated which means the plastic covering comes off extremely ... Read the complete review
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