Boots Maternity Pads

Community images

  • Boots Maternity Pads

Reviews - Boots Maternity Pads

Feminine Healthcare - Sanitary Towels

> Show product information

Comfort
Value for money

User reviews

Filter by
Review type
  • standard reviews (11)
Product rating
  • (4)
  • (5)
  • (1)
  • (1)
Sort by Helpfulness
  • Helpfulness
  • Product rating
  • Date

Super

“Just like giant period pads!”

published 26/02/2012

ProCheap & absorbent

ConsNeeded to use 2 at a time at first or they leaked

Introduction I gave birth to my beautiful little girl, Erin on the tenth of February this year. I had a natural (vaginal) birth, however you will still need maternity pads even if you have a caesarean birth. When I was pregnant I was totally oblivious about maternity pads but obviously my midwife...

> Read review

Comfort
Value for money

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Good

“~ The Joys Of Motherhood ~”

published 07/10/2010

ProDo work

ConsNot the greatest

Boots Maternity Pads In those few days coming back from the hospital with newly born Jack and being in a complete and utter daze, the last thing I wanted to do was to go out and buy more maternity pads because foolishly I hadn’t anticipated how much I would bleed and for how long. Which is where...

> Read review

Comfort
Value for money

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Super

ProLow price, very absorbent, comfortable

ConsSee review

People cannot have missed the fact that I have recently given birth as I don't shut up about it. Lets face it, pregnancy is awkward, labour hurts and looking after a newborn baby is hard work, so I think women earn the right to have a bit of a moan about it all. Plus I'm a Virgo and we like to...

> Read review

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Super

Proprice, soft and fairly comfortable, absorbant

Consno wings to secure

When it comes to having a baby, the most unappealing part (to me anyway) was the amount of blood loss us women suffer after giving birth. Normal sanitary pads do not offer enough protection to absorb the amount of blood a women will lose. Maternity Pads Boots offer regular maternity pads and also...

> Read review

Comfort
Value for money

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Super

ProAbsorb well, comfortable and soft to wear, stay in...

ConsBulky, both to wear and to pack in hospital bag

***As a pre warning my review is about a “feminine” product and discusses the delights of giving birth, I’ve tried to keep it as non-graphic as possible however some may find uncomfortable reading*** When I was expecting my twin boys as a new mum I was clueless about labour and birth and the...

> Read review

Comfort
Value for money

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

“Boots maternity pads”

published 07/03/2012

ProWork well, comfortable

ConsNone

Giving birth is the most amazing thing I have ever done in my life and even though it is beautiful and a wondrous experience it is very messy and unpleasant and involves lots of blood. Both times I have given birth they have been vaginal deliveries so I can't comment on C-section deliveries but...

> Read review

Comfort
Value for money

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Super

Proinexpensive, fit for purpose

Consbulky

This is obviously a product that you will need to pack with you in your hospital as let's be honest, you are going to NEED them once your little baby is born. They can be used for before the birth too if your body decides it wants to challenge you then too! For a pack of 10 pads, it costs £1.05...

> Read review

Comfort
Value for money

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

“A must for all mums to be”

published 20/01/2003

Provery absorbent, cheap

Consfeels like a brick between your legs

When I got into the later stages of my pregnancy with my first child I went on a shopping spree to my local Boot's. I went armed with lists and lists of things that books and magazines had told me that I should be buying. What a big mistake. I bought dozens of things that I really didn't need...

> Read review

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

ProCheap, absorbant and leak free!

ConsThick pad uncomfortable to walk haha!

Boots Maternity pads are fantastic for soaking up blood after you have had a baby. They come in packs of 12 and I think for your stay in hospital you will need 3 packs as you really do need to change around every hour. I was quite surprised at how well these soaked everything up as after my baby...

> Read review

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

“Boots Maternity Pads - Great”

published 09/08/2000

ProComfortable, long & give you confidence

ConsNone

When preparing for the birth of my daughter I did the usual shopping and packing for hospital and I must admit that when I thought about maternity pads I thought, maybe normal pads will do but I decided that there must be a reason why they say that you should get maternity pads. So I bought some...

> Read review

Comfort
Value for money

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Satisfactory

“Horrible”

published 11/12/2004

Procheap

Consbulky, poor shape

When I was preganant I went out to buy the things I would need for the birth and my stay in hospital. I was told I would need maternity pads so bought some from Boots. Yes you do need something nice and absorbant for those days after the birth but do they have to be as horrible as the boots pads...

> Read review

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0