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Kotex® Stellar FAQs

Kotex® Stellar FAQs

What is unique about Kotex® Stellar?p

The pad is only 0.8mm, super ultrathin and yet its 3D rapid absorbent core technology keeps you feeling dry. The pad is rocket shaped which means it is narrower in the front and wider at the back for that comfortable fit. It also stays in place for up to 10 000 steps so you can go about your day without having to constantly check for stains.

Apart from technical benefits that Kotex® Stellar brings, it also has an exclusive packaging. Each pad is wrapped with a different attractive space themed pouch wrap, so you have something to exciting to look forward to each time.

Does the rocket shape of the pad result in a smaller pad than the usual Kotex® pads?

Not at all! The rocket shape is intended for a better fit and it does not compromise on the pad’s surface area. The narrower front is made up for by the wider back. Hence it would be able to absorb just as much as any super ultrathin pad in the Kotex® range.

Is this pad suitable to wear when doing sports?

Kotex® Stellar pads are made to be flexible and stays in place for up to 10 000 steps. Therefore, it is perfect for any form of movement and even high intensity workouts.

Which lengths do Kotex® Stellar pads come in?

Kotex® Stellar pads come in 24cm for daytime use, 28cm for nighttime use.

Where can I buy Kotex® Stellar pads?

Kotex® Stellar is currently a Watsons exclusive product. Hence, they can be bought at all Watsons stores island wide as well as Watsons online.

What is the shelf life/expiry date of these pads?

Our pads are good to go for 3 years from the date of production (found on the side of the pack).

How often should I change my pad?

This is based on each individual flow. For those with a heavier flow, we recommend changing pads more often. As a guide, we would recommend that you change your pad every 4 hours.

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Kimberly-Clark makes no warranties or representations regarding the completeness or accuracy of the information. This information should be used only as a guide and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional medical or other health professional advice.