In my ongoing desire to find more great ostomy products, I came across a Canadian brand that has been famous for their in-toilet deodorant products, but they also have ostomy pouch deodorants, too. Today I’ll be reviewing the Just a Drop Lightly Scented pouch deodorant.
Bathroom odors can be an embarrassing challenge for anyone, but ostomates have a few advantages when it comes to odor control. In this post, I’ll be going over the most popular (and a few DIY) options of dealing with ostomy pouch odors.
Liquid output, “ballooning” and odor – three problems that many ostomates are faced with on a daily basis. While some of these challenges can be remedied by changing what you eat or how often, for some, these issues simply never go away. Using multiple products to combat these problems separately may not be desirable, so when a product claims to be able to tackle them all, it certainly warrants some review.
Today I’ll be looking at the ConvaTec Diamonds sachets, which I purchased from a local ostomy supplier.
The other week, I reviewed the Osto EZ-Vent product and had given it a very favorable review. One of the only concerns with the EZ-Vent is that the gas which escapes it is at full-strength, since there is no filter to neutralize the odors. One innovative company aims to find a solution to that problem by offering a small filter to add to the Osto EZ-Vent.
I’ve tried these filters and I offer up my review for them below.
When I was in the hospital following my ileostomy procedure I was giving a small “care package” which included, among other things, Coloplast’s Brava Lubricating Deodorant.