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TOM Organic Ultra Thin Day

TOM Organic Ultra Thin Day

3.3 from 26 reviews

Latest review: I tried these hoping they would be an natural supermarket solution but instead was sorely disappointed to discover they are like a fluffy dry cottony material that doesn't absorb blood

  • Value for Money
    2.8 (6)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (2) · No (4)
U by Kotex Regular Ultrathin Pads

U by Kotex Regular Ultrathin Pads

3.6 from 17 reviews

Latest review: These used to be my favourite but I've found that every packet Ive bought recently, has glue on the top layer, same with the liners. Won't be buying this brand

  • Value for Money
    1.0 (1)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (1) · No (0)
Libra Pads

Libra Pads

1.9 from 55 reviews

Latest review: Libra Extra pads are terrible! Wings so thin and flimsy that they're pretty much useless, and the whole pad is literally like a bag filled with loose cotton. These pads scrunch so much even if you

  • Value for Money
    1.2 (13)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (6) · No (7)
Stayfree All Nights

Stayfree All Nights

2.5 from 13 reviews

Latest review: I so love this product! Been using this for years now! I was looking for a great absorption pad that would help with my heavy menstrual flow and this fits the bill. I so love the length of the pad

  • Value for Money
    5.0 (1)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (0) · No (1)
TOM Organic Period Briefs

TOM Organic Period Briefs

2.2 from 15 reviews

Latest review: My first pair. Bought a large (size 14/16 undies normally) and while I didn’t have trouble with leg size, the shape is not made for bigger bottoms. Half my bottom hangs out and I spent the entire n

  • Value for Money
    2.1 (14)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (4) · No (7)
Olivia Sanitary Pad

Olivia Sanitary Pad

1.3 from 16 reviews

Latest review: I have been a fan of the Olivia brand sanitary pads since I started shopping at Aldi. I have always purchased the Ultra thin ones with wings even though I have a heavy flow and they have always been

  • Value for Money
    3.0 (2)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (2) · No (0)
Audrey Sun TCF Double Core Sanitary Pads

Audrey Sun TCF Double Core Sanitary Pads

5.0 from 4 reviews

Latest review: In a nutshell, the best pads I've tried. Everything seemed true according to their website. The (organic) cotton on top didn't irritate me like other big-name brands I've tried, and they absorbed my

  • Value for Money
    5.0 (3)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (0) · No (3)
Wonder Super Ultra Thin

Wonder Super Ultra Thin

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I really like using this pad. It is nice and thin so you don't feel like you're wearing a nappy like you can with some other super pads. Has good absorbency, have not experienced any leaks with this

Wonder Regular Ultra Thin

Wonder Regular Ultra Thin

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I love Wonder pads, they're really cheap in comparison with other brands and you get 18 pads in one pack which makes them even more economical. The pads are super-thin, so they're really comfortable

Natracare Maxi

Natracare Maxi

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: For years I have used conventional tampons and pads, nervous about the pesticides and plastics they contain and putting them in or on my body... very scary. Natracare products are completely natural

Cottons Ultra-Thin Pads

Cottons Ultra-Thin Pads

4.1 from 8 reviews

Latest review: This pads are extremely slim, you can’t see or really feel them at all, they’re one of the most comfortable liners I’ve used! However, as some others users have mentioned - they do fluff up and disin

  • Value for Money
    4.0 (1)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (0) · No (1)
TOM Organic Maternity Pads

TOM Organic Maternity Pads

4.1 from 7 reviews

Latest review: The two Toms products I tried have both been horrible. Was given almost full bags by girlfriends after it caused allergic reactions to them and they couldn't use them. I'd rate them 0 in terms of

  • Value for Money
    1.0 (1)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (1) · No (0)
Stayfree Ultra Thin with Thermocontrol

Stayfree Ultra Thin with Thermocontrol

3.9 from 8 reviews

Latest review: I like these pads, they work well for my regular flow. Sometimes, when I have a heavier period, I put two pads, one on top of the other, and I am OK. My skin is very sensitive and these pads never

Stayfree Ultra Thins Cottony Soft

Stayfree Ultra Thins Cottony Soft

3.7 from 3 reviews

Latest review: The StayFree Ultra Thin (not Dry Max) line of pads are the only ones I can use. The cottony soft cover has never given me a rash in my 2 years of use. Even on a 40 degree summer day. The plastic

Moxie Sleepovers Pads

Moxie Sleepovers Pads

3.2 from 6 reviews

Latest review: First things first. Moxie's packaging looks very appealing. The actual pad material is very soft and doesn't give me any rashes. I wish it absorbed better and sustained longer. The cover of the pad

U by Kotex Super Ultrathin with Wings

U by Kotex Super Ultrathin with Wings

3.0 from 9 reviews

Latest review: Been using these for a few years and love them. Especially the Goodnights. My flow is quite heavy and regular and they absorb it very well. They don't bunch up or make noise while you walk. I just

  • Value for Money
    5.0 (1)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (1) · No (1)
U by Kotex Overnight Ultrathin

U by Kotex Overnight Ultrathin

3.0 from 6 reviews

Latest review: Longer than most other brands I've tried, and reasonable absorbency. Wings could be longer/wider to seal more efficiently underneath, but stays reasonably well in place despite this. Generally

  • Value for Money
    4.0 (1)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (0) · No (1)
Libra Pads Goodnights

Libra Pads Goodnights

2.8 from 6 reviews

Latest review: Cheap, but terrible. The wings on these pads always end up unstuck. The pad bunches up like no other I've used before. As it happens these are also made in

  • Value for Money
    3.0 (4)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (1) · No (2)
Pureste Pads with Wings

Pureste Pads with Wings

2.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I am not interested in buying these again, even when they were on sale. They just dont do a great job. And I really dont know about the sterile part, because hopefully all the pads we use are sterile

Wonder Overnight Ultra Thin

Wonder Overnight Ultra Thin

1.0 from 1 review

Latest review: In general, these are a bit cheaper than the other branded pads. I dont buy these anymore because I didnt find them to be anything too special or worth buying at all. I I bought these because they