Sanitary Pads Price A sanitary napkin, sanitary dishtowel, sanitary pad, menstrual pad, or pad is an absorbent item worn| Reusable menstrual pads can be found on several websites, or are made at home (instructions are available online) In order to meet the need for achieving an inexpensive solution to reduce unsanitary and unhygienic

The key raw materials used today for sanitary pads are mostly made from cotton. With the development of technology, people invent more synthetical materials including rayon (which is often considered as artificial celluloses) non-woven fabric, paper pulp, and a combination of these materials

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Type: Ultra Thin Material: Cotton
Shape Winged Feature: Breathable
Style: Disposable Time Used: Day
Model Number: 280MM/320MM Size available: 280CM / 32CM
SAP: Imported from japan    
  • 1st Layer: Sanitary napkin 100% cotton smooth non-woven or mesh top sheet
  • 2nd Layer: Sanitary Pads Price blue or green core (can accelerate the liquid to proliferate rapidly is helpful to flicker attracts, prevents the side to leak)
  • 3rd Layer: Super absorbent polymer (effectively blocks the water more than ten times, keep dry) and fluff pulp
  • 4th Layer: PE breathable leak-proof bottom layer sanitary pads price (allow the air to be absorbed in for ventilation)
  • 5th Layer: Sanitary Pads Price Adhesive glue release paper (specially designed back adhesive which conforms to humem ergonomics)

Until disposable sanitary pads were created, cloth or reusable pads were widely used to collect menstrual blood. Women often used a variety of home-made menstrual pads which they crafted from various cloths, or other absorbent materials, to collect menstrual blood

Good Absorbency

One of the most important elements of a good sanitary pad is the ability to absorb a large volume of blood in a short span of time. Blood absorbed should also be locked into the centre core, eliminating the chance of backflow when pressure is applied to the pad (for example when sitting down).

One way to tell whether the discharged blood is absorbed to the centre core is to observe the colour of the blood on the pad surface. The brighter or fresher the colour, the nearer the blood is to the surface, potentially leading to backflow and dampness. Conversely, if the colour appears a duller red, this means that blood has been effectively absorbed so that you feel dry, confident and are able to go about your daily activities without worrying about any leakage!


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