Femtex Super Absorbency Tampons, 8-ct. Boxes
Probably too much information but as many as I use these are a lifesaver! Same quality as tampax at a fraction of the price.
January 29, 2014
These are really good tampons, but they do hurt sometimes for some reason, not sure why. Anyway, the super absorbancy is true to its word, for the heavy flow days you feel really protected. No complaints really.
July 31, 2012
very economical and it works
I don't use tampons much and I have irregular cycles. My cycle came in unexpectedly on my vacation and on the day that I wanted to visit a water park. Thankfully there was a Dollar Tree near my hotel and I picked up a pack. I was surprised that it works very well. I didn't miss out on the fun with the water park :)
June 26, 2012
BETTER THAN TAMPAX
I generally use Tampax due to the cardboard applicator because they are flushable. Well I ran out of Tampax recently and didn't want to pay 6-7 bucks at the time for a whole big new box, so I dropped by dollar tree to try out Femtex.
In comparison to Tampax, Femtex is sturdier, more durable, EASIER to insert, and OMG not to mention, less expensive. I didn't leak with Femtex but have occasionally with Tampax. I will be buying about 5 bucks worth of these next month, which will give me 40 tampons. Price wise, a tampax box of tampons in the price range of $5 will get me about 18 tampons. Or for 40 tampax, I'd pay between 6-9 bucks, depending on which tampax line (pearl, super, regular, leakgaurd, etc) I buy.
FEMTEX is my new thing!!!! You've got to try these!
May 3, 2012