Sanitary napkins are normally made up of three layers: surface layer, absorbent layer and underlying layer. The choice of sanitary napkins should be based on considerations relating to the materials and functions of these three layers.
- Surface Layer Consideration - prefer to have a cotton net surface with rapid absorption to avoid wet skin surface.
- Absorbency Layer - middle layer should have effective absorption agents, avoid to use paper pulp from recycle paper as absorbency agents.
- Underlying Layer - underlying layer should be made of air permeable materials.
Difference Types Of Sanitary Napkins / Sanitary Pads
Panty Liner - Designed to absorb daily vaginal discharge, light menstrual flow, "spotting", slight urinary incontinence.
Ultra-thin - A very thin (compact) pad, which may be as absorbent as a Regular or Maxi/Super pad but with less bulk.
Regular - A middle range absorbency pad. Most used by the women.
Maxi / Super - A larger absorbency pad, useful for the start of the menstrual cycle when menstruation is often heaviest.
Night - A longer pad to allow for more protection while the wearer is lying down, the size is little longer than regular pad, Night pads with an absorbency suitable for overnight use.
Maternity - These are usually slightly longer than a maxi/Super pad and are designed to be worn to absorb lochia (bleeding that occurs after childbirth). Special design for women after childbirth, vaginal surgeries or abortion.Please to know more about sanitary napkin with negative ion Anion Sanitary Napkin
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