FAQ’s

Will Insurance Cover Your Disposable Ostomy Bag Liners?

Yes, with a prescription from your doctor. Also a number of insurance companies cover Colo-Majic® liners directly (it saves them thousands on pouch costs).

What Sizes Do They Come In?

2 Sizes: Medium and Large.
You can check your pouch supply packaging to make sure you order the correct size.

How Many Times Can I Reuse My Pouch?

As many times as you are comfortable with. It’s a personal preference. We’ve had clients tell us they reuse their pouch from a day to a full week.

That said, even if you were to only reuse your pouch twice, you will cut your pouch costs in almost half and at the same time you’ll be able to enjoy the higher quality of life that Colo-Majic® Liners provide you.

Do Your Liners Work for Colostomates & Ileostomates?

Yes they work great for both if you use a closed end pouch system. See next question
if you are an ileostomate currently using an open end / drainable system.

Why Do So Many Ileostomates Switch To Cleaner, Closed End Systems
Using Your Liners?

There is no messy clean up or odor problem like there is when emptying a drainable pouch. It also leaves you feeling clean and fresh after changing and flushing the liner, as there is no left over residue in the pouch. And the low cost of every liner, makes it very affordable.

What If I Am Not Happy With Your Liners After I Place My Order?

No problem. You can purchase with NO risk to you because Colo-Majic® has a no hassle, 100% Satisfaction Money Back Guarantee.

Or before you order you may first want to request Free Samples by clicking here.

I Live Outside North America, Can I Still Order Direct?

Yes, Colo-Majic® ships world wide. When you order online simply select International for  shipping rates outside of the USA and Canada.

I Have Arthritis, Will I Be Able To Use Your Liners?

If you can change your own pouch now, you should easily be able to use our liners. For stiff fingers there is plenty of material to cover your pouch flange, and only a tiny bit of extra pressure is required to seal your pouch flange to your wafer with the ultra-thin liner material in-between.