Tampax Cardboard Tampons, Light/Regular/Super Absorbency, Unscented (Choose Size and Count)
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Tampax Cardboard Tampons, Multipack, Light/Regular/Super Absorbency, Unscented, 80 Count:
- LeakGuard Skirt helps stop leaks before they happen
- Anti-slip Grip for easy tampon insertion
- FormFit gently expands to fit your unique shape
- Tampax tampons offer up to 8 hours of comfortable protection
- Tampax Multipax Cardboard Applicator Tampons
- Three levels of absorbency in one Multipax pack
- For superior comfort and protection, also try Tampax Pearl tampons
Going out to buy my first NON-tampax tampon
I put up with the "redesign" for about 2 years, but I cannot take it anymore. I have one super tampax left, so I am going out to the store to buy any brand other than these. They are horrible! On heavy flow days, I can deal. However, my biggest problem is on days when my flow is light because the tampon becomes soaked with urine. I assume this is due to the skirt and super-absorbant string. I even take care to make sure the string does not become wet when going to the bathroom and that the tampon is inserted all the way in, but I can't avoid this. It's absolutely disgusting and never happened to me with the previous (longer & no skirt) design. I can't believe you haven't listened to your customers by now, as there have been reviews about this since the redesign came out- from my memory in early 2009. I only put up with it for so long since feminine hygiene products used to be redesigned so often, I was hoping it would be remedied. Clearly, at this point it is not.
Lites with cardboard applicator are the best ever
I have used Tampax Lites with the cardboard applicator for almost 20 years, it's always been my favorite but now I can't find it anymore. As a woman who uses birth control my flow is always very light so I need a minimal tampon. The old Tampax Lite style, that was longer and thinner, worked better and felt better. Tampax has redesigned all their tampons to be shorter and thicker like the o.b. tampons. I find this style to be very uncomfortable, I can feel it the entire time I wear it and it gives me cramps almost instantly and it leaks. Please bring back the old style and the cardboard applicator. I care about the environment and would usually purchase an organic alternative, but the organic tampons have the same bad shape so I always purchase Tampax instead. But I can't justify using plastic applicators since you only use the applicator for about 10 seconds and then throw it away where it lasts forever in a landfill. I want to remain a loyal Tampax customer, help me out by making your best product available!
Switched from Regular to Super and still leaking
For the last several months, i've been wondering if my flow had suddenly gotten much, much heavier. I always used regular Tampax for my heaviest days, and slender regular for the later days of my period. Several months ago, I had to switch to Supers because I was routinely leaking through regulars very quickly. I had never needed a Super in the 24 years I've been having a period. And the Supers are awful too! I leaked through 2 Supers just today! Tampax, you used to make a great product. I have loved and appreciate the design and cardboard applicator since I first starting using tampons. I don't want to switch to the plastic applicator - there is too much plastic in the landfills as it is. Unless you switch back to the old cardboard Tampax design, with tried and true protection, I will NOT be buying another box of Tampax tampons. I will certainly not continue to buy a product that is guaranteed to cause me embarrassing accidents. No thanks Tampax.
I love this product
In my personal opinion this product is the best. I work a busy schedule and this. Is the one that best keeps up with me. I tried that pearl and sport versions but they did not work well for me. So I love this product and am sticking to the basics.
I cannot find cardboard applicators in my (only) store in town. Please. While all other companies in the world are moving to eco-friendly products, Tampax is going with all plastic applicators? I'll have to start using store brand now, though they aren't nearly as dependable. PLEASE RECONSIDER!