Philips Avent Disposable breast pads SCF254/60 60 day pads is rated
3.3 out of
Rated 3 out of
Ok for quick fix.While these work for a quick fix, they are not strong enough for largers breasts. They do not stay adhered to the bra and move or get tucked underneath the breast, resulting in a visible mess. I really wish there was a disposable pad big enough to cover a larger area and actually adhered gently to the breast itself.
Date published: 2018-08-11
Rated 5 out of
Like ITVerry Soft and easy to use. They Are easy to put on and they stick nicely
Date published: 2018-01-06
Rated 2 out of
Would be OK but...I ended up having a reaction to this breast pad. I came to the website to see if they listed the types of material used, but all it states is it's dermatologically tested. Not much help in determining what might be causing the issue. I expected more from this brand.
Date published: 2015-10-28
Rated 1 out of
New but definitely NOT improvedI used Avent disposable nursing pads with my first child 4 yrs ago. I absolutely LOVED the softness, comfort, & thickness of the pads & recommeded them to all the moms I knew. So I naturally was going to use this product again when I had my second child who is 11 weeks old. I was so disappointed in this "new and improved" product that I was trying to convince myself it was another brand I had used 4 yrs ago. Sadly, it was the same brand but now a worse product. The new pads are folded in the center, causing a crease that does not have any padding where it's most needed. The regular & night pads are both thin. I can't even stand to wear them if I'm having a tender/soreness day. I do not recommend this new brand at all. And unfortunately, the only brand that I have found as of now to compare to the wonderful product Avent had 4 yrs ago is from Curad, & it is not sold in any of the local stores where I live.
Date published: 2012-06-22
Rated 1 out of
Poor Product - damaging to your brandI am a first time mother and breastfeeding, so I was in the market for breast pads. When I saw your product on the shelf I didn't hesitate to pick it up because of how good your other products are. Unfortunately this product falls short and the sad thing is its a simple issue. The pads don't stay in place, the sticky thing isn't big enough or sticky/strong enough to hold them in place, so you end up with leaks, which defeats the purpose of wearing them. When the pads do stay in place I find them comfortable and absorbent. But overall I feel I have wasted my money on them and are only using them as back ups now, I have switched brands and won't be buying this one again.
Date published: 2015-04-22
Rated 1 out of
Pads don't stay in place at allI just started using these pads yesterday and I am really disappointed. Having only one adhesive point means that they do not stay in place at all and so I end up leaking through my bra. This defeats the purpose of wearing nursing pads. On the off chance that they have stayed in place, the absorbancy seems to be very good, but staying in place is very rare. As such, I cannot use the rest of the box and I'm sending my husband out today to get me a different brand.
Date published: 2015-05-23
Rated 4 out of
Best on the market, but still not perfectThese are the only breast pads that keep me dry, as I have a lot of milk. I'm feeding my 2nd baby now, and have tried everything. However the tapes are not great, and sometimes the pads end up backwards after feeding. Philips- it would be good to have stronger tapes, or even a different colour back vs front, as the pads do not work when they end up the wong way round, which happens when I'm trying to be discreet about feeding in public.
Date published: 2015-03-22
Rated 2 out of
Hate the new styleI have always LOVED Avent nursing pads, until they changed them. They used to be the only brand I would use. They fit without rippling and without looking weird through a bra, they were comfortable, and absorbent. I recently had my fourth baby, and realized Avent has completely changed the style of the nursing pad. The packaging is annoying, and they are thin and so they ripple, especially if you are smaller breasted like myself. I do not like the new ones at all and desperately wish they still sold the older style. Disappointe in the changes they have made.
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