Tigsteroonie wrote: »
Believe me, MSE Callum, there is a world of difference between Always Infinity and Tesco Everyday Value. It's like suggesting you substitute Andrex or Cushelle with Izal. In fact, I'd rather use Izal on my bum and keep the money for brand name sanitary products, they stay close to my skin for longer than a sheet of toilet paper.
donnac2558 wrote: »
Okay, sorry but I am going to give TMI
Trying to use none applicator tampons when you are bleeding like a stuck pig. PMLS. Forget it.
I was one of those people with very heavy periods so Super Plus Tampon, with a Super pad. If out and about I actually had to use the disabled toilet as the blood on my hands etc looked like I had murdered someone. The cheap own brand products just did not cut it at all!The simple case of one size does not fit all when it comes to sanity products and cheaper does not work out as money saving.
BorisThomson wrote: »
Don't assume that branded means better. In most cases they'll be made in the same factory, at times even an identical product, to the cheaper ones.
kathrynha wrote: »
Agree. Lillets non-applicator tampons are identical to Asda ones, but they don't go up to the same level of absorbancy, so Asda ones do for the lighter days, but some days the branded ones are the only option.
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