When I was a new ostomate, I remember seeing sheets of stickers included with my ostomy bags and had no idea what they were for.
A type of product I usually recommend to ileostomates and colostomates who have loose or liquid output are gelling sachets. Eakin has their own called Perform, and that’s what I’ll be covering in this review!
An ostomy product that I’ve used for many years is the Coloplast Brava Lubricating Deodorant.
Managing liquid ostomy output can be difficult, but my recommendation is always to try a gelling product. In this review, I’ll be looking at the Pearls gelling sachets by Trio Healthcare Ltd.
Having used ostomy deodorant products for the past several years, I’m surprised that I haven’t used the Adapt Lubricating Deodorant product by Hollister until recently!
I previously reviewed an in-pouch deodorant from the company Montreal Ostomy called Gel Plus. That product was a lubricating deodorant that works best for colostomates, but I’ve been able to try a liquid deodorant from the same company, which is what I’ll be reviewing today.
I love trying new ostomy pouch deodorants because I know that effective products can improve the quality of life for many colostomates and ileostomates. In this review, I will be looking at the No-Roma product by Salts Healthcare.
Combating ostomy odor is a daily struggle for many people who have a stoma, and the problem with stool getting stuck on the top of an ostomy bag is something that many ostomates also find challenging.
Lubricating products can help, and I got my hands on a bottle of Gel Plus Lubricating Deodorant by Montreal Ostomy!
StomaCloak has been marketed to offer something beyond a standard ostomy pouch cover. I have been lucky enough to have received one by StomaCloak, and I’d like to give a product overview in this post.