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Seventh Generation

Chlorine Free Organic Tampon Regular with Applicator

Item: SEV020

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  • Organic Cotton Tampons from Seventh Generation



  • Regular absorbency with cardboard applicator



  • Free of fragrances and dyes


Organic Cotton Regular Tampons from Seventh Generation are made with certified organic cotton, whitened without chemicals containing chlorine. The Regular Tampons provide reliable protection for moderate flow, with the convenience of a cardboard applicator. Free of dyes and fragrances, the organic cotton tampons keeps pesticides out of the environment.

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Product Description:

Chlorine Free Organic Tampon Regular with Applicator

  • Organic Cotton Tampons from Seventh Generation



  • Regular absorbency with cardboard applicator



  • Free of fragrances and dyes


Organic Cotton Regular Tampons from Seventh Generation are made with certified organic cotton, whitened without chemicals containing chlorine. The Regular Tampons provide reliable protection for moderate flow, with the convenience of a cardboard applicator. Free of dyes and fragrances, the organic cotton tampons keeps pesticides out of the environment.

Product Label:

Chlorine Free Organic Tampon Regular with Applicator

Certified organic cotton, whitened without chemicals containing chlorine.

Free of fragrances and dyes. Reliable protection for moderate flow.

ATTENTION: Tampons are associated with Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS), a rare but serious disease that may cause death. Please read and save the enclosed information. The risk of TSS increases with higher absorbency, so you should use the lowest absorbency that meets your needs. Tampons come in standardized industry-wide absorbencies. Use the following chart to compare absorbencies of all tampons.

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Chlorine Free Organic Tampon Regular with Applicator

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Customer Ratings & Reviews

Chlorine Free Organic Tampon Regular with Applicator 4.5 5 4 4
the best These are great, and good price at Swanson. September 10, 2013
Not so great I really wanted to like these, but the applicators are too difficult and uncomfortable for me. The cardboard doesn't slide easily to insert, so it becomes this mess and usually doesn't make it in all the way. When I get it in alright, it works fine, feels secure, does it's job. I just cant be stressing about insertion with the non-sliding applicator issue. June 20, 2013
Excellent This has an applicator which I prefer. I originally chose cotton tampons because I didn't think it was good to put synthetic chemicals in my body. I didn't realize I was reacting to the chemicals until I stopped using tampons with chemicals in them. I had less cramping and pain. Quite a savings on this product compared to my local health food store where I bought a different brand. This brand is just as effective as the other 100% organic cotton tampons I used. I am sure this tampon is also better for the environment since it has no chemicals.. March 9, 2013
Impressed! I just got a chance to use these for the first time last week. I bought them from Bed, Bath, and Beyond. The applicator is just as easy to use as the run-of-the mill tampon brands. In fact, I think this applicator is sturdier! You can tell it's biodegradable. The tampons lasted just as long as the major brands. They say the bleach in regular cotton tampons act as irritants and actually make your period longer/heavier. I noticed a big difference, and will never go back to Playtex. It's worth the extra dollar if you use fewer tampons. August 20, 2014
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