Tesco Everyday Value Press On Towels Reviews
Product Type: Tesco in Personal Hygiene
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Press-On Towels
Newest Review: ... packaging is the typical Tesco Everyday range being boring and plain but getting the product across. The main packaging is ... more
Customer Tesco Everyday Value Press On Towels Reviews (9)
by - written on 16/07/13 (Very useful, 77 readings)
I usually really rate Tesco own brand products and a lot of my reviews have been very positive about Tesco products, in general. On the odd occasion, however, I come across a really bad product, which I definitely would never purchase again. One of these products is Tesco's Everyday Value Press on sanitary towels. Goodness knows why I decided to give these a go. I usually buy Always Ultra or Tampax Tampons, but as soon as I saw the price of these (14p for 10 pads) I thought I'd give them a go, just to see what they were like and how they compare to the branded sanitary pads. I really wish now I hadn't bothered. These pads, as I say, come in a pack of ten. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/12 (Very useful, 153 readings)
Ok, so if the Dooyoo team were handing out miles for the Dooyoo Olympics "Most interesting item to review", I'll warn you now, this review would not be a contender. It's a fact of life that as women, we have to deal with periods. I personally prefer to just get on with it and don't really feel the need to share the details of this time of the month. However, this particular item I am reviewing is one I would like to share with the female members of the Dooyoo community. Men may wish to look away now! So, why have I chosen to review these particular feminine hygiene products having never bothered reviewing others? Well, the main reason is the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/13 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I am currently on a major scale down of my everyday expenditures, as I am now clawing back my pennies I happily spent on holiday last month and really want to boost back up my savings whilst also trying to do up our home! One of the items I feel I spend too much (unnecessarily) on are sanitary towels. At the end of the day they are pretty gross and end up in the bin so as long as they do the basic job I don't want to spend over the odds for them! I first tried a pack like this from Sainsburys which costs 15p for a pack of 10 and they worked perfectly fine so when I saw what is exactly the same in Tesco I thought I may aswell buy them! A 10 pack of these ultra ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/13 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I was tempted by these for 14p for 10 pads although I am well and truly past the menopause but refuse to pay for the pricey Tena lady pads - those of you who know me have been told how poor I am :(. Although there is no comparison and the product isn't strictly for the purpose intended I may well be tempted to buy these Tesco press on towels for certain occasions. Firstly, I would not wear these on a night out or special occasions nor would I use them under my skinny jeans because they are wide as well as deep. Secondly, I would not use them if I was going out with my daughter only because she would be in fits of laughter as they look like the old-style ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/07/13 (Very useful, 62 readings)
We have all had times when we have decided to be friendly to our bank accounts and see where we can save a bit of money, when I saw these on the shelf in Tesco I decided I would try and save money. If you are squeamish do not read on. The packaging First of all the packaging looks very cheap, as I am a snob I had to separate the pads from the pack. It was cheap white plastic with the new Tesco everyday value symbol on the front and each of the pads were wrapped individually inside in a white plastic wrap, a sticker to use for the old one and no hygiene insert. Kay be it was fault with mine but normally there is a small sheet a paper placed on ten ... Read the complete review
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