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Cooling Pads, Medicated, 100 Count 100 Count (Pack of 1)

(26 customer reviews)

RELIEF: TUCKS pads provide immediate relief from burning, itching and discomfort caused by hemorrhoids
WITCH HAZEL: Soothes and protects irritated areas
PERSONAL HYGIENE: The ultra-soft pads can be used to cleanse outer rectal and/or vaginal areas
MOIST COMPRESS: Pads can be folded and used as a moist compress on inflamed tissue

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Item Form: Pad. Use for: Whole Body. Specific Uses For Product: Hemorrhoid. Active Ingredients: Witch hazel. Brand: TUCKS. Date First Available: May 7, 2015. Customer Reviews: 4.8 out of 5 stars 35,801 ratings 4.8 out of 5 stars. ASIN: B06ZYLFV8L. Size: ‎100 Count. Part Number: ‎TUK00730. Manufacturer: ‎Tucks. Number of Items: ‎1. Color: ‎No Color. Model Name: ‎Hfs-koi-zk-a6987. Brand Name: ‎TUCKS. Item Weight: ‎10.4 Ounces. Item Dimensions LxWxH: ‎3.7 x 3.7 x 3.4 inches. Package Weight: ‎0.36 Kilograms. Item Package Dimensions L x W x H: ‎3.78 x 3.74 x 3.43 inches.

Specification: Cooling Pads, Medicated, 100 Count 100 Count (Pack of 1)

Weight 10.4 lbs

26 reviews for Cooling Pads, Medicated, 100 Count 100 Count (Pack of 1)

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  1. Claire

    SO, these saved my ass (literally) after I gave birth. Let me tell you, forceps, an episiotomy, and a 3rd degree tear was brutal aaaand ruined my bits for quite awhile. Things got better until postpartum hemorrhoids decided to exact their revenge but these just sooooothe my bum. I’ll always have these at home just in case.Read more

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  2. Amazon Customer

    I didn’t even use them. The ingredient list on Amazon is incomplete. This product contains parabens (poly and methyl). If you need products without parabens, this is not one for you.Read more

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  3. Katie

    I purchased these for postpartum care because I had found them very helpful with my last child. They are very soothing for hemorrhoids. They help with both pain as well as itching. I also had stitches, and they helped with the soreness and itching involved in the healing process. I would definitely recommend them for postpartum care as well as regular hemorrhoids. My husband has begun to use them with his hemorrhoids and says he likes them but they are a little too wet and get his underwear wet which he does not like. Because I have used them while wearing pads, I would not know if this is the case with me as well.Read more

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  4. Archana Shankari

    Was my savious during pregnancy and post partum. Developed hemorrhoids during pregnancy these helped so much with easing the pain and keeping them from getting inflamed. These are a must in any hospital bag and helps so much after delivery. Had a normal delivery and these helped heel the wounds. Used it religiously for two weeks postpartum with dibucain and felt no pain. One box should be more than enough.Read more

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  5. Rebecca Nedland

    Suggested for postpartum use to help inflammation. Helped so much. If you keep them in the fridge they are nice and cold and gives a lot of relief.Read more

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  6. empi

    Arrived in one day earlier than expected. Substantial size and each pad is well saturated for effectiveness. You can’t even find these in a drug store and the Tucks available in CVS are twice the price for less pads. You cannot beat Amazon for the choices and prices. I will never buy from a drug store againRead more

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  7. Bucky

    Oh dear, I have to write about ash wiped. Yes, it’s censored. Get over it and grow up. Well, this is going to be a tender subject. Pun intended. How do I start? Ok, so I bought the name brand ones because I’d never bought ash wipes before. Not to be confussled with TP. But,bto my surprise, the name brand wasn’t at all what I expected. Hey TUCKS, you’re missing an awesome opportunity. I know how you can make your product far superior to any competition. Listen up you CEO types. These are perfectly round fabric discs soaked in 50% witch hazel. Now, the use of witch hazel is great. I have a spray bottle mixture of witch hazel and aloe vera that I used to use when I grew golf balls out my tail. Btw, you might not want to eat stuff during my reviews. Just a warning. In fact, don’t drink either. I tend to go into detail. TUCKS, hey Mr CEO. tip for you. Have you ever needed a soaked disc, but you can only pinch 5 at a time? And it seems like forever to separate just one off that stack? I’ve been there, more times than I’d like to admit. Now, let’s say for example that you go with that circle design, but there’s a flat line cut at about 60-65 degrees. On that line, put maybe a thin blue line of TUCKS TUCKS TUCKS.. to show that yes, in fact, it’s your brand. Put them in the container so that pad one has the blue line on the left, the next one on the right. So forth down the stack. Now, all you have to do is pull the pad at that flat part of the circle and you’ll get one single pad. This avoids the frustrations of trying to get that one pad off a stack. But more importantly, it sets your pads apart from the competition. Who would buy any other brand if yours did this? It’s a convenience factor. Another use for these pads is, I banged my leg pretty good a few days ago and broke the skin. I know witch hazel is a disinfectant. I know that these pads are flexible and may allow for some breathing. And, the booboo was slightly smaller than the pad. Since I didn’t have any large bandages, I just shaved the hair from the area and slapped a pad on. Covered it with a long sock and changed it later that day. It worked great. Hey TUCKS, if you made a product similar to this that was square and had little belt loops or something that could be used to attach string through, or something (not adhesive), you’d have another revenue stream with very little modification to the original product. Ok guys, I’m done here. Crazy Old Guy’s Review is over. I hope you liked it. Check my profile for more reviews and catch my next one. And TUCKS, please at least try to make that first suggestion a reality some day. I just bought more wipes, but not your brand because if there’s no major difference, why would I pay more for yours. I wouldn’t.Read more

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  8. Jess

    Per the recommendation of plenty of mom friends and mommy blogs, I ordered these prior to having my first baby to keep in a “post partum kit” that would be waiting at home when I returned from the hospital. It’s easy and quick to order these on Prime post-baby, but I tried to plan ahead and much as possible. They work as described and provide much appreciated relief while you recover from childbirth. I suggest getting a pack to have on hand!Read more

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  9. Harishma

    Tried returning damaged product but the customer care would not get back me.wasted money.please be sure before you place order if u really want this.its almost impossible to exchange it if any damageRead more

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  10. vanessa tello oliva

    El frasco de producto llegó bien y el sello de seguridad está intacto pero la caja del producto está en muy malas condiciones y mojada (a pesar de que venía dentro de una bolsa sellada). El embalaje de Amazon (caja exterior) estaba en buenas condiciones, con lo cual asumo que el problema es del vendedor.Read more

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  11. eko35

    Die Verpackung war nass und zerrissen. Der Deckel war schon aufgedreht worden. Aber die Folie unter der Deckel war intakt. Ich bin gespannt ob die Pads noch etwas wirken.Read more

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  12. Kaytie

    You want to get this before your due date.very importantRead more

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  13. Brenda Omeze

    The shape and size of pads could be bigger and maybe oval as opposed to round, so as to use only one pad at a time. Other than that, I would definitely recommend it further for postpartum recovery.Read more

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  14. Claire

    SO, these saved my ass (literally) after I gave birth. Let me tell you, forceps, an episiotomy, and a 3rd degree tear was brutal aaaand ruined my bits for quite awhile. Things got better until postpartum hemorrhoids decided to exact their revenge but these just sooooothe my bum. I’ll always have these at home just in case.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  15. Amazon Customer

    I didn’t even use them. The ingredient list on Amazon is incomplete. This product contains parabens (poly and methyl). If you need products without parabens, this is not one for you.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  16. Katie

    I purchased these for postpartum care because I had found them very helpful with my last child. They are very soothing for hemorrhoids. They help with both pain as well as itching. I also had stitches, and they helped with the soreness and itching involved in the healing process. I would definitely recommend them for postpartum care as well as regular hemorrhoids. My husband has begun to use them with his hemorrhoids and says he likes them but they are a little too wet and get his underwear wet which he does not like. Because I have used them while wearing pads, I would not know if this is the case with me as well.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  17. Archana Shankari

    Was my savious during pregnancy and post partum. Developed hemorrhoids during pregnancy these helped so much with easing the pain and keeping them from getting inflamed. These are a must in any hospital bag and helps so much after delivery. Had a normal delivery and these helped heel the wounds. Used it religiously for two weeks postpartum with dibucain and felt no pain. One box should be more than enough.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  18. Rebecca Nedland

    Suggested for postpartum use to help inflammation. Helped so much. If you keep them in the fridge they are nice and cold and gives a lot of relief.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  19. empi

    Arrived in one day earlier than expected. Substantial size and each pad is well saturated for effectiveness. You can’t even find these in a drug store and the Tucks available in CVS are twice the price for less pads. You cannot beat Amazon for the choices and prices. I will never buy from a drug store againRead more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  20. Bucky

    Oh dear, I have to write about ash wiped. Yes, it’s censored. Get over it and grow up. Well, this is going to be a tender subject. Pun intended. How do I start? Ok, so I bought the name brand ones because I’d never bought ash wipes before. Not to be confussled with TP. But,bto my surprise, the name brand wasn’t at all what I expected. Hey TUCKS, you’re missing an awesome opportunity. I know how you can make your product far superior to any competition. Listen up you CEO types. These are perfectly round fabric discs soaked in 50% witch hazel. Now, the use of witch hazel is great. I have a spray bottle mixture of witch hazel and aloe vera that I used to use when I grew golf balls out my tail. Btw, you might not want to eat stuff during my reviews. Just a warning. In fact, don’t drink either. I tend to go into detail. TUCKS, hey Mr CEO. tip for you. Have you ever needed a soaked disc, but you can only pinch 5 at a time? And it seems like forever to separate just one off that stack? I’ve been there, more times than I’d like to admit. Now, let’s say for example that you go with that circle design, but there’s a flat line cut at about 60-65 degrees. On that line, put maybe a thin blue line of TUCKS TUCKS TUCKS.. to show that yes, in fact, it’s your brand. Put them in the container so that pad one has the blue line on the left, the next one on the right. So forth down the stack. Now, all you have to do is pull the pad at that flat part of the circle and you’ll get one single pad. This avoids the frustrations of trying to get that one pad off a stack. But more importantly, it sets your pads apart from the competition. Who would buy any other brand if yours did this? It’s a convenience factor. Another use for these pads is, I banged my leg pretty good a few days ago and broke the skin. I know witch hazel is a disinfectant. I know that these pads are flexible and may allow for some breathing. And, the booboo was slightly smaller than the pad. Since I didn’t have any large bandages, I just shaved the hair from the area and slapped a pad on. Covered it with a long sock and changed it later that day. It worked great. Hey TUCKS, if you made a product similar to this that was square and had little belt loops or something that could be used to attach string through, or something (not adhesive), you’d have another revenue stream with very little modification to the original product. Ok guys, I’m done here. Crazy Old Guy’s Review is over. I hope you liked it. Check my profile for more reviews and catch my next one. And TUCKS, please at least try to make that first suggestion a reality some day. I just bought more wipes, but not your brand because if there’s no major difference, why would I pay more for yours. I wouldn’t.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  21. Jess

    Per the recommendation of plenty of mom friends and mommy blogs, I ordered these prior to having my first baby to keep in a “post partum kit” that would be waiting at home when I returned from the hospital. It’s easy and quick to order these on Prime post-baby, but I tried to plan ahead and much as possible. They work as described and provide much appreciated relief while you recover from childbirth. I suggest getting a pack to have on hand!Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  22. Harishma

    Tried returning damaged product but the customer care would not get back me.wasted money.please be sure before you place order if u really want this.its almost impossible to exchange it if any damageRead more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  23. vanessa tello oliva

    El frasco de producto llegó bien y el sello de seguridad está intacto pero la caja del producto está en muy malas condiciones y mojada (a pesar de que venía dentro de una bolsa sellada). El embalaje de Amazon (caja exterior) estaba en buenas condiciones, con lo cual asumo que el problema es del vendedor.Read more

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  24. eko35

    Die Verpackung war nass und zerrissen. Der Deckel war schon aufgedreht worden. Aber die Folie unter der Deckel war intakt. Ich bin gespannt ob die Pads noch etwas wirken.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  25. Kaytie

    You want to get this before your due date.very importantRead more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  26. Brenda Omeze

    The shape and size of pads could be bigger and maybe oval as opposed to round, so as to use only one pad at a time. Other than that, I would definitely recommend it further for postpartum recovery.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this

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