Has OB tampons been discontinued?
Has OB tampons been discontinued?
It seems now that although J&J is going to stock the shelves again, the OB Ultra tampon has indeed been discontinued.
What is ProComfort?
® o.b.® has designed a tampon that’s great to use from when you start using tampons! o.b.® ProComfort™ tampons have a unique silky-soft SilkTouch™ cover that glides easily in and out. And thanks to o.b.® technology with curved grooves, you will feel reliably protected day and night.
Is OB a good tampon?
o.b. In our Lab tests, these o.b. Organic tampons received high scores for holding onto fluid to prevent leaks. Our testers found these 100% organic cotton tampons comfy to remove, ideal when changing your tampon frequently. They didn’t absorb as much as other styles, so they are great if you have a lighter flow.
What does the OB in OB tampons stand for?
THE O.B.® TAMPON STORY Dr. Judith Esser named the product o.b.®, which stands for “ohne binde” in German – or “without napkins.” (Sanitary pads are often called binde in Europe.)
Why is it so hard to find O.B. tampons?
The factory that makes all Playtex and O.B. tampons, according to Time, has reported severe staffing shortages—compounded by the fact that as a medical product, tampons have their production more heavily regulated.
What is the use of OB Procomfort?
o.b. SilkTouch Pro Comfort Tampons Super is specially designed to absorb more fluid and provides extra protection during heavy flow days and nighttime. It is designed by a gynecologist and is safe and convenient to use.
How long can you wear OB tampons?
For o.b. organic® tampons, we recommend changing your tampons every 4-8 hours. Tampons can be worn overnight for up to 8 hours.
Is OB Ultra bigger than Super Plus?
For reference, regular tampons hold between 6 and 9 ounces of menstrual blood. Meanwhile, super tampons hold between 9 and 12; super-plus tampons hold between 12 to 15; and ultra tampons hold an impressive 15 to 18 ounces (roughly twice as much as regular tampons).
How long can you leave an OB tampon in?
What to do when you run out of tampons?
5 Tampon Alternatives You Need to Know About
- Period Underwear.
- Menstrual Cups.
- Menstrual Discs.
- Reusable Cloth Pads.
- Sterile Gauze.
Are pads or tampons better for heavy periods?
May be better for heavy periods: Women and girls who have heavy periods have to change their menstrual hygiene product more often than others. Changing pads many times in a day is easier than tampons. Easy to use: Pads are easier to use than tampons. They are also especially great for overnight use.
Why is it so hard to find OB tampons?
Is it better to wear a tampon or pad to bed?
A: Yes, in most cases. It’s understandable that sleeping with a tampon in is way more comfortable than sleeping with a pad. But in order to maintain safety, you should always put in a new tampon before bed and make sure that it’s a tampon that fits the heaviness of your flow.
How many counts are in a Pro Comfort tampon?
Available in 18 or 40 count pack. o.b. ® PRO COMFORT ® Regular is great for first-time non-applicator tampon users, or for women with light to moderate flow. What to do after you open the box?
What is the best tampon for first time users?
Try o.b. ® PRO COMFORT ® Regular tampons with Fluid-Lock ® grooves for locked-in leak protection. The only one with SilkTouch ™ cover for ultimate comfort and protection. Available in 18 or 40 count pack. o.b. ® PRO COMFORT ® Regular is great for first-time non-applicator tampon users, or for women with light to moderate flow.
What is the best tampon for a leaky vagina?
Try o.b. PRO COMFORT Super tampons with Fluid-Lock grooves for locked-in leak protection. The only one with SilkTouch cover for ultimate comfort and protection.
Why choose an applicator-free tampon?
Each time you use an applicator-free o.b. tampon you’re adding one less applicator to a landfill. Or to the ocean. At o.b., we’ve always believed that the best applicator is no applicator at all. But we also know a lot of women prefer using a tampon with an applicator. So we’ve created our “second best” applicator.