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TAMPAX Compak Super Tampons offer protection and discretion for medium to heavy flow days during your period. TAMPAX Compak tampons come with a compact and discreet plastic applicator and a rounded tip for comfortable insertion. With Absorption channels to absorb directly to the core and a protective skirt to help prevent leaks for a worry free period. Trusted leak free protection to let you do whatever you like. TAMPAX Compak’s best tampons for medium to heavy flow absorbency.
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- TAMPAX Compak Tampons offer protection and discretion during your period

- Retractable plastic applicator for easy tampon insertion

- Full size protection in a compact format

- Absorption channels that pull liquid inside the tampon

- Added leakage protection with Protective Skirt, helps prevent leaks before they happen

- Colourful purse resistant wrappers for on the go discretion


Compact size


Compact size

Thanks to the retractable applicator, the tampon is small in size with the same size tampon and protection for on the go.

Absorption channels


Absorption channels

Through the absorption channels, liquid is absorbed at the top and pulled inside the tampon.

Protective Skirt


Protective Skirt

The Protective Skirt at the bottom of the Compak tampon helps prevent leakage.



Discreet in pocket


Discreet in pocket

The colourful wrapper opens easily and quietly for discretion, and is purse resistant, so you can always have one with you for on the go.



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- Q: How long can I wear a tampon?

- A: When using tampons, it's important to choose the lowest absorbency necessary for your menstrual flow. And because the amount of flow varies from day to day, it's likely that you will need to use different absorbencies on different days of your period. Selecting the right absorbency comes with experience, but as a guide, if a tampon absorbs as much as it can and has to be changed before 4 hours, then you may want to try a higher absorbency. On the other hand, if you remove a tampon and after 4-8 hours white fibre is still showing, you should choose a lower absorbency.

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