Philips Avent Day Disposable Breast Pads, 60 Count

Philips Avent Day Disposable Breast Pads, 60 Count

The Philips AVENT new and improved disposable Day Breast Pads are 2 times more absorbent then our previous breast pads, yet ultra thin so they are discreet set of 60 disposable Day Breast Pads plus 2 bonus new disposable night time breast pads in each pack.

Main features

  • Invisible under clothes; Ultra thin with a contoured shape; Adhesive strip to keep pads in place
  • Multi layers for super absorbency and a one-way top sheet that traps moisture inside the pad
  • Made with silky soft top sheet and breathable, natural materials
  • Also includes 2 night pads
  • Developed with breastfeeding experts
  • Invisible under clothes; Ultra thin with a contoured shape; Adhesive strip to keep pads in place
  • Multi layers for super absorbency and a one-way top sheet that traps moisture inside the pad
  • Made with silky soft top sheet and breathable, natural materials
  • Also includes 2 night pads
  • Developed with breastfeeding experts

Verified reviews

★★★★★

One sticky pad?!?

There is only one sticky pad in these. They do not stay put in a nursing bra, tank, or stuck to the inside of a night shirt. My cotton reusable pads stay in place just as well! If I pull the garment out of the way to nurse once, it’s a fight with these. I like the cup shape and how they absorb, but they don’t stay in place. I don’t leak much though, so I don’t know how well they would work for someone that leaks more.

Kerry Spencer, MA
★★★★★

Liked The Old Ones

I have been using Avent breast pads since 2006. They were my absolute favorite pads. Now, Phillips changes them. Now, instead of being the unique pads they were, they are just like every other breast pad on the market. If I wanted a Lansinoh style pad, I’d buyLansinoh 20265 Disposable Nursing Pads, 60-pack. These are much larger in diameter than the old ones. They are significantly thinner, too. But don’t think that means they don’t show- they still show. The edges on the large diameter pad bunch and itch, particularly on the underside of the breast. I’m not a fan. Very disappointed. Yeah, it is an average pad. It is just like every other pad on the market, which I do not like. Why mess with a good thing? Why remake something that was unique into the same thing everyone else makes? It is frustrating, for sure.

Nona Gaston, OR
★★★★★

Lightweight

So I really like these. Been using them for a few years (each time I give birth). The only thing I don’t like is now they come individually wrapped whereas they didn’t before. So now it creates an extra step of having to unwrap it and then toss them (more garbage too). But they work great. Def catches any leaks!

Essie Kathleen, FL
★★★★★

Does the job

Although not as well as some other brands. I can still see these under my clothing becasue of how they fold them in the packaging (it leave a ridge to one side of it). I feel there is a lot of waste in that they individually wrap each pad in plactic. To me it would make more sense to wrap them in pairs, being that the wrapping is convenient if you are traveling somewhere and only need an extra set (such as the gym etc). The sticky side does not stick well to the bra, but perhaps it is an error on my part. I gave these 4 stars because they do what they were designed to do.

Lorena Medway, OH
★★★★★

Absorbent, but packaging could use some help

These nursing pads are thin, yet they do great job absorbing. I’ve had no problems with them performing their function, but I wonder why AVENT decided to fold them in half? I’ve purchased other AVENT nursing pads before as well as a handful of other brands, and I’ve never seen them folded. When I first put them on, they still have a crease. Then at times during they day, they fold back in half. They do have a sticky part to help them stay in place.I understand they folded them so they could package each one in plastic so you can stick it in your bag, but I would rather cut back on the extra waste and leave them unfolded in the box. If you want one packaged to tuck away, then by all means, this is for you.I gave these 4 stars because it does absorb and it is thin and discreet, but I really don’t like the folding and packaging.

Deanne Tanner, AL
★★★★★

My go-to breast pads

These are my favorite breast pads, by far. I leak quite a bit of milk and have tried a number of pads since my daughter was born. These are sturdy, absorbent and comfortable to wear. I change them quite regularly so they don’t often leak – I have only had them leak once or twice at night now that my daughter is sleeping much longer stretches. (You can buy thicker ‘nighttime’ versions.) Even so they still hold a lot of moisture. These are individually packaged so you can throw them in a bag and not worry about them getting dirty. You can also change one at a time that way (vs. opening a packaged pair for one pad.) I tried Tommy Tippee pads and they were flimsier and in my opinion, less absorbant. I tried Johnson and Johnson pads in a pinch and they were terrible – they were really rounded (concave) and small so you had to get the in the exact right place and hope they didn’t move around. The Avent pads are just gently curved so they don’t need to be spot on the middle of the breast. The Lansinoh breast pads aren’t bad either, but I still think Avent are more aborbent. All in all, I like these.

Janna Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
★★★★★

Great Product!

I have tried the Lansinoh pads as well the Avent pads. By far, the Avent are more comfortable and are more absorbent.I’d recommend these to anyone who is nursing!

Janine Monroe, SD
★★★★★

Not for me

I thought I’d try a fancy kind of breast pad and chose these. Usually I use Johnson & Johnson’s plain ol pads. After trying these, “Usually” has turned in to “always.” I could actually smell them after a few hours and the packaging is incredibly excessive.

Ann Douglas, AL
★★★★★

Very absorbant

These are great nursing pads. I would like it if they weren’t in individual packages. In the middle of the night I just want to grab one and be done with it. I have ended up just taking a bunch of packages off at once so I have them ready.

Gracie Bangor, WI
★★★★★

Essential for the back to work mom

I definitely recommendPhilips AVENT 60 Pack Disposable Breast Pads, White.As a first time mom, this is my first experience using a type of product like this, so I don’t have another brand to compare it to. I read other reviews before chosing this brand and wanted to include a couple things.** Some moms seemed to prefer nursing pads depending on their cup size. I’m a DD, and I thought this product fit perfectly. It covered what needed to be covered and there were no creases or anything to make it look like I was wearing a padded bra.**The pad is very comfortable, and I forget that it’s even there.**In terms of absorbency, I personally have not had any type of issue with leakage or anything like that. Just a heads up that there is no plastic backing on this, it seems like some moms may like that.**I like how the pads are discretely folded and wrapped- you can grab a couple and throw it in your purse and head out.The only thing I would mention (and this is nitpicky) is that there could be better intructions on how to open the pad- it’s folded in half, and I silly me thought that was the entire pad and couldn’d figure out why it didn’t fit. I then saw the picture on the back of the adhesive, which at the first glance looked like women’s bits !Definitely recommended, and I will defintely purchase in the future.

Patrice Sharon, WI
★★★★★

Just don’t like disposables…

You can see them through even a padded bra. Worst of all the made my breasts so itchy. Cotton nursing pad are so much more comfortable and worth the up front cost.

Cynthia Camden, OH
★★★★★

Soft & Works Well

These are soft, feel great against your breasts. They are very absorbent and keep leaks from being noticed. I also really like how they lay flat in your bra, people will not notice you have them in there. Highly recommend these!

Kristi Woodstock, IL
★★★★★

Very soft

These are very soft and gentle on the nipples. I’ve had a lot of trouble with breast feeding and have damaged / cracked and bleeding nipples. So, it’s been very important that I have pads that are good to my nipples and these definitely are. I have reusable ones also, but I like these because they’re softer than the reusable ones. I found that with the reusable ones the nipple cream made them more stiff which are not as pleasant on me. Even after washing the reusable ones, they’re still not as soft. These do not lose their texture and you can also switch to a new one. I know it’s not as cost effective or environmentally friendly as the reusable ones, but when you’ve got nipple damage you just want something that works well.

Lenore Konawa, OK
★★★★★

The best disposables

5x nursing for about a year each, I have learned what works and what sux.These are by far my favorite disposable pads (I use cotton reusable at home).Some times it is better to have a backup of disposable rather than a bag full of used milky pads.These absorb and protect very well.My #1 pick.

Antonia Circle Pines, MN
★★★★★

Just okay.

I like the Lansinoh ones better, these aren’t as absorbent. These also are more visible and stick out more. I just used it once and did not re-order.

Luz Lagro, IN
★★★★★

Good product and good price

I initially bought organic and reusable cotton nursing pads, but unfortunately they were useless. They don’t hold enough liquid. Since the entire pad is constructed of cotton, there is no moisture barrier between your leaky breasts and your bra. I ended up buying the disposable Avent nursing pads and have no complaints thus far. They are also cheaper than the Lansinoh disposable pads.

Hilda West Chester, OH
★★★★★

It is all about comfort and design

These pads are perfect for both comfort and design. Only purchase pads that are individually wrapped as they will put in your purse and you will want to keep them clean. They are thin and absorbent so they work great without letting everyone know you are wearing them.

Kris Gantt, AL
★★★★★

They are Okay not 5 stars.

They are okay, and I would not give them 5 at all because:A. there is only 1 sticky holding these baby’s in place (which for an active mom can pose a problem)B. they tend to give you the view that your nipples protrude (in such case I would rather not have my nipples be the item of onlookers)C. you have to pull them apart which is a problem if you need to get the sticky off and put them on fast, it takes time to pull them a part and I just find to be a hassle.Positive about them it that I find them nice for the night time because of the absorbancy… however I prefer for the daytime Lansinoh brands. The lansinoh I find are must softer, especially if you have sore nipples from breast feeding and/ or pumping (such as myself).

Michelle New Hope, AL
★★★★★

Not as good as johnson’s

They are soft and do the job but the countured slot sometimes opens up or gets rather thin. I like johnson’s breast pads much better, they do not have adhesive strips but I do not use them anyway.

Sophie Severance, NY
★★★★★

Won’t stay in place

I like the absorbency but there should be two sticky sides instead of one. It is always shifting and falls out as soon as I unclip my maternity bra. I did receive a sample of the overnight pads and those are much better. They actually have double sided stick. I think I’ll stick with the lansinoh pads for now.

Valarie Leoti, KS
★★★★★

Nothing awesome to write home about but nothing big to complain about, either.

Unfortunately for the review (but fortunately for me!) I haven’t really needed to test the “2 times more absorbent” feature yet…but I can comment on the pads overall. They have definitely changed since I last used this brand three years ago. The changes are miniscule, but were different enough to throw me for a loop, since I had to finish out my old stock before starting this box. The wrappers open differently (I liked the old version of pulling the ends) and the individual pads are kinda “stuck” together (folded in half) more and it takes a slight bit of effort to pull them apart (now that I’m used to it, it’s okay). The sticky section still isn’t big enough or strong enough to be useful for me, and I never use them (I just take them out completely when I feed or pump). Also, I haven’t honestly noticed that they’re that much thinner than the old ones I had. So overall it’s a disposable breast pad–nothing awesome to write home about but nothing big to complain about, either…hence the four stars for “I like it.”

Isabelle Hanston, KS
★★★★★

No Leakage With These

The Philips AVENT new and improved disposable Day Breast Pads do not leak like other brands I have tried (Nuk among others). They fit pretty well and have an adhesive so that they stay in place These are the best pads I have ever used. Although they may cost a bit more than other brands, they last longer since they absorb very well. In the end they are a better value than the cheaper ones because you will not need to change them every time you nurse. Its a go on my end.

Marguerite Zumbro Falls, MN
★★★★★

mold to fit

These are light enough to mold into a soft-cup bra and not look terribly bulky, but they are very absorbent. They feel soft and comfortable, and the sticky patch does a good job of keeping them in place.

Margot Newton, NJ
★★★★★

Soft + Absorbent

The Philips Avent breast pads are soft and very absorbent. I like that they don’t make me itchy like some other brands I have used. The pads are a bit thicker than what I prefer for my soft cup bras. If I don’t get it positioned perfectly, you can tell there is something going on under some of my work shirts. I wear these more often at night and at home.

Tonya Mason, OH
★★★★★

Best!

I have tried 5 different brands, these are the best. Medela pads – a total joke. Johnson & Johnson – comfortable but too visible under clothing, Nuk – not bad, but too large, too big to fit into purse. Lansinoah – close second to Avent.

Amelia Arlington Heights, IL
★★★★★

Great Product

Does what it is supposed to do, easy to put on and easier to toss out once finished. This is also super absorbent!

Becky Redding Center, CT
★★★★★

Absorbant, but not comfortable.

+ pads are small and cup well, they do not show under nursing tanks and provide enough coverage. They are very absorbent and feel discreet.- They feel sticky and gross after only a few hours of wear so I change them frequently. The pads bunch up easily during the short? time I wear them. They are especially uncomfortable at night because of bunching and moisture build up/sweat.I found that Lansinoh pads are more comfortable, stick better, and are more breathable day and night

Rene El Nido, CA
★★★★★

Shape is not discreet

These can be seen through a padded bra and they are definitely just day pads for lighter leakage. I still use these for daytime use and like the night ones too.

Barbara Kief, ND
★★★★★

Do the job but not my favorite

These nursing pads are conveniently individually packaged. They are folded which makes them easy to carry with you during those early days of nursing. I found them to be thin and absorbent but just too big for my needs. My youngest was 3.5 months old when I got these so we are always out and about. They did their job but I’m a small C now and they just didn’t work as well for me. I do prefer the thinner pad though as the one thing you do not want is a line where your pad is in tight shirts. I would use these for night and to keep in the bag but now days (unless I know I won’t be nursing for a long time) I just go without.

Janis Howard, CO
★★★★★

Annoying

I have been using the Avent nursing pads for 1.5mo now.Cons:1. These pads are irritating and uncomfortable!!! You know they are there. You definitely don’t want to use these if you have sore nipples.2. They don’t stick to the bra like they should. The little sticker is useless. They are constantly shifting around in your bra, which means you will be constantly repositioning.3. The pads are boxed as single pads. Therefore, even though they are advertised as 60, you are only getting 30 days worth.4. Its slightly visible through your shirt.Pros:1. I haven’t had any leaks.

Reva Palmyra, NJ