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Rite Aid Nursing Pads

Rite Aid Nursing Pads

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MissStormiee
MissStormieewarrnambool
  • 6 reviews

love them!

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First thing i bought after bringing baby home. Never had any issues with bunching or folding in my bra. I love how they come in a double folded packet. Easy to find in just about any supermarket! Extremely cheap for a lot of pads too. Always my first choice in breast pads.

koley78
koley78AU
  • 4 reviews
  • 1 like

Best by far

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I have tried quite a few brands of disposable breast pads and these are by far the best. They were the only ones that catch all the leaks during the night.
Inexpensive, soft, breathable and comfortable. And most of all the most successful in catching all the leaks especially overnight.
I have only found them at Coles and Big W. Sometimes gets a bit bunched up in your bra and it becomes obvious your wearing them - just need a readjustment and its fine!

By far the best on the market

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I tried several brands and Rite Aid are fantastic. The quality of their product and the way it is packaged show that they truly care and truly consider the user-friendliness of their product. They have thought of everything.
Absorbent, soft, practical packaging (protects pad whilst in handbag, easy to open), sticky surface on the back to secure inside your bra, well priced
The latest packs have two breast pads joined together on the assumption you will be changing them together, but often I'm required to just refresh one so I'd prefer that they were separate. A minor thing.

mistee3
mistee3Perth, WA
  • 32 reviews
  • 8 likes

Excellent

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These were recommended to me by a friend and I love them. They are so absorbant. Very cheap too compared to a lot of the other brands. They are always on special at my local supermarket.
Very absorbant, cheap.

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MLT
MLTAU
  • 7 reviews

Excellent

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Have tried all the brands possible and these were the best by far. When i started breast-feeding my nipples were really sore and these were the only ones that didn't scratch or hurt. Love them. I use these to go out and cloth ones at home.
The best on the market. Soft and absorbent. Cheapest.
They are a bit too big. Can see them through clothes if your not wearing a bra.

rosie0084
rosie0084AU
  • 6 reviews
  • 1 like

Excellent

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Great value for money, even better when they come on special. Its interesting to read other peoples reviews I have never had any troubles with them moving out of place or filling too quickly and I have lots of milk and need to wear them all the time. Worth a try when working out which brand suits you.
Cheap, come in bulk, individually wrapped which is great for the nappy bag, absorbant, didn't irritate and kept my nipples feeling dry, not wet like some other more expensive brands.
For use at home I always felt bad with all the packaging so i swapped to pea pod reusables.

ejmjrj
ejmjrj
  • 7 reviews

Excellent

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They are a good size and very absorbent so they don't need to be replaced as often as some other brands I've used. There are 40 in each pack, each individually wrapped which is great as sometimes only one will need to be replaced.
They are good value

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jen1985
jen1985
  • 10 reviews
  • 1 like

Excellent

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they work really well, are great value. you can buy the large boxes in big w, so much cheaper than the small boxes of more expensive brands. have never had a leak even with a very abundant supply! 10/10!
love these nursing pads. they dont irritate, last just as long as the more expensive brands, and dont leave 'fluff' stuck to you like another brand i tried.

Elle1
Elle1
  • 7 reviews

Excellent

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I tried many different brands and found that the RITE AID product absorbed any flow and stayed dry overnight. An excellent product for anyone who is looking for value for money.
These pads are absorbant and affordable. A great number in the packs.
A few extra sticky parts on the back may help to keep them in place better

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andy20
andy20
  • 25 reviews
  • 1 like

Excellent

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I tried a number of different brands ranging from premium and expensive to the cheapest on the market when I was nursing. The Rite Aid Nursing Pads were by far the best. They worked very well with no leakage and they stayed in place. The size seems to be just perfect and they did not bunch up as other breast pads did. The moisture was drawn away from the breast so you felt dry. They are super value for money. I would (and have )recommended these to every nursing mother!
Price is affordable, absorbent, comfortable to wear, not too bulky under your clothes.
nothing really!

skp09
skp09
  • 14 reviews
  • 2 likes

Excellent

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These are excellent. They are considered to be "cheaper" than the premium brands but infact are of excellent quality and are much better priced.
They work, good price, comfortable.
Sticky bits not very sticky.

Lalistar
Lalistar
  • 13 reviews
  • 4 likes

Excellent

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I think these breast pads are by far the best on the market. They are great value for money. I have tried Pigeon and Avent disposable breast pads and have found these to be the best and the cheapest.
These breast pads are very absorbent and comfortable to wear. Value for money is unbeatable. As far as breast pads are concerned, they are not very obvious to wear but I do find that they become less visible after a short period of wear. They have an adhesive back so they remain in place and they do not leak.
Nothing really

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babyblade86
babyblade86
  • 90 reviews
  • 9 likes

Excellent

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The value pack is cheap and you get alot for what you pay. I did not have any skin reactions or irritations and they were comfortable and discreet. Each pad is individually wrapped which adds the extra sanitary protection when taking them with you in your bag. A great breast pad for those who exclusively breast feed as you can afford to change them a few times a day.
Pack size; affordable; available from all major grocery shops; comfortable to wear;
The only problem I have come across with these are when I had missed a feed at night I leaked through the actual pad and onto my clothes as they don't have a waterproof backing.

katotia
katotia
  • 3 reviews

Excellent

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Really impressed with these. Tried many other more expensive breast pads and kept coming back to the Rite Aid brand. Will keep using them
Excellent. Very absorbent, good size and extremely well priced. Very similar if not better than the pigeon pads, but cheaper

jaraya
jaraya
  • 44 reviews
  • 2 likes

Excellent

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These breast pads work wonderfully to ensure you are kept dry for a long period of time, as they are extremely absorbent and can hold a lot of the leakage. You never have to worry about your breastmilk overflow, as they are quality made. They come in packs of 80 also so they are extremely good value for money, costing around $8-$9 on average in your large retail outlets such as Big W and Target. This brand would be the first I would recommend to any breastfeeding mother.
Great value for money. Not too bulky. Absorbs a lot of leakage.

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CategoryBreast Pads & Products
Release dateAug 2008
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