Coloplast Brava Lubricating Deodorant Sachets: REVIEW (w/ video)

Coloplast Brava Lubricating Deodorant sachets

An ostomy product that I’ve used for many years is the Coloplast Brava Lubricating Deodorant.

I’ve been a fan of their 240ml bottles, but find it quite impractical to use if I’m traveling (as in, I have to leave the bottle at home).

Fortunately, Coloplast has a more travel-friendly version of this product in the form of sachets, which I’ll be reviewing today!

Disclosure: I purchased all the products used in this review through my local supplier.

Video Review

Coloplast Brava Lubricating Deodorant Sachets : REVIEW
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About the Brava Lubricating Deodorant Sachets

Product name: Brava Lubricating Deodorant Sachets 
Manufacturer: Coloplast 
Product #: 12060 
Quantity per sachet: Each sachet contains 7.5ml of lubricating deodorant. 
Quantity per package: 20, single-use sachets per box.

Coloplast Brava Lubricating Deodorant Sachet photo
Each sachet is approx. 14cm x 4cm (5 1/2″ x 1 1/2″).

Brava Lubricating Deodorant Sachets are part of the Coloplast Brava supplies line, which includes barrier rings, stoma powder, and wafer extenders. Coloplast offers both a larger, 240ml bottle and these smaller 7.5ml sachets.

Note: A review on the 240ml bottles can be found HERE.

Both sizes have the same product in it, but their cost and convenience will vary.

The product itself is a clear liquid, which differs slightly from blue deodorants or the gel-like consistency I usually see in lubricating products.

There’s also a slight fragrance to this product, which reminds me a bit of baby shampoo.  

The fragrance helps to further cover odor, and it leaves the bathroom smelling fresh. I have confirmed with Coloplast that this product is free of animal ingredients, so vegans will be happy about that.

How to Use These Sachets

Each sachet is single use and contains 7.5ml of liquid.  This is smack in the middle of what the instructions for the 240ml bottle say to use (between 5-10ml), but it’s a good amount for both lubricating and deodorizing.

In my opinion, I think the quantity can be cut in half for using as a deodorant, but once you open the sachet you’ll need to use the entire thing since it doesn’t seal back up.

You can watch the video at the beginning of this review if you want to see exactly how I use these sachets, but the following instructions are accurate:

  • Make sure that your bag is empty and the end of your outlet is open.
  • Tear the top of the sachet where the cut marks are. This will expose a tiny opening in the top of the sachet.
  • Carefully turn the sachet upside down while holding it at the bottom of your outlet (keep the outlet face up). The liquid in the sachet should come out freely.
  • Discard the sachet packet and close your outlet.
  • Move the liquid inside your bag so that it coats the inside of it evenly.  Try to avoid getting any on the filter.

If you have a closed bag, then you’ll want to add this product through the opening behind the wafer before you put the appliance on your skin.

Tip: The lubricant will slide down to the bottom of your bag over time, so spread it around if you haven’t had a bowel movement after a few hours to make sure that it’s coating your bag.

Using a lubricating deodorant
Spreading the product around is crucial to its effectiveness.

Remember that you’ll want to use this product every time you empty your bag, but you can also use it when needed (like if you were out in public).

My Experience

Because these sachets cost more to use compared to the bottles (I use way less than 7.5ml at a time with the bottle), I only use the sachets only when traveling or when I’m out of the house.

They are small enough to keep a few in my travel kit and convenient enough to use outside the home.

I’ve always found that the Brava Lubricating Deodorant does a good job with odor control, and the sachets are no exception.

I haven’t noticed a dramatic reduction in pancaking when using these, but some ostomates (especially colostomates) may find some benefits.

It should be noted that ileostomates using this product may want to consider the larger bottles, since you could be going through an entire box of sachets in two days if you empty your bag 10 times a day.


At the time of this writing (Jan 2022), the cost of a box of 20 sachets is approx. CDN$15. This has come down a bit over the last few years, and most insurance companies will cover this.

You can ask for samples of this product through Coloplast, and they can be purchased worldwide.


  • Does a great job with odor.
  • The mild fragrance is pleasant.
  • Can work well as a lubricant to prevent pancaking.
  • The clear liquid won’t stain like blue deodorants can.
  • Easy to use.
  • Free of animal ingredients.
  • Can be used as needed.
  • Small enough to keep in a travel kit.
  • Available worldwide


  • Not as cost-effective as the bottles.
  • May lose its lubricating effectiveness between applications.
  • 7.5ml is probably too much for basic odor control.


The Brava Lubricating Deodorant has been a winner for me over the years.

It’s nice to have the option of keeping these sachets in my travel kit while traveling away from home, and I find them to be more convenient than smaller travel-size bottles offered by other companies.

For more information or to request samples, please visit or (If in Canada).

Question: Have you used these sachets? How have they worked for you?

4 thoughts on “Coloplast Brava Lubricating Deodorant Sachets: REVIEW (w/ video)”

    • Thanks for sharing your experience. Both products certainly do use different active ingredients with Coloplast seemingly opting to mask odor and Hollister preventing the odor directly.

  1. Hi Eric, do you have a list of ingredients for the Coloplast lubricating deodorant as if it contains any parabens I will cease using it.?

    • Hi Cheryl, I do not have a list of specific ingredients used, but if you contact Coloplast directly they should be able to answer that question! I’m not sure if any parabens are being used, to be honest. Are you sensitive to them or are you avoiding parabens out of concern?


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