Friday, August 22, 2008

Love Moon Anion Sanitary Napkins

Do you know that a woman will use an average of 15000 pieces of sanitary napkins within 30 to 40 years in her entire lifetime?
Having a trusted brand of sanitary napkins has become paramount for every health-conscious
modern woman. Not only must the sanitary napkin provide comfort and safety, but also enhance every woman's health and lifestyle...











Love Moon Sanitary Pads does all this and more, making it an extremely unique and powerful product line in a huge Trillion Dollar Global Industry!

"7 Unique Characteristics Every Woman Will Love About Love Moon..."

1.Enhanced Air Ventilation.
2.Patented Anionic Padding.
3.Highly Absorbent & Prevents Leakage.
4.Stringent Compliance to International Safety Levels.
5.Packaged in hygienic, air tight sealed packets.
6.Our Hi-tech Production Facility ensures highest quality standards.
7.Patented Self Test Kit Provided Free Of Charge.

Eight Functions of Negative Ion (Anion)
  1. Reduce Stress
  2. Treating Inflamation
  3. Strengthening Immunity
  4. Enhances Hormonal Balance
  5. Removing Fatigue
  6. Enhances Metabolism
  7. Eradicate Odour
  8. Eliminating Harmful Bacteria
The Negative Ion Chip (Anion Chip) in each piece of Love Moon sanitary napkin can release up to 5800-6070 Negative Ion (Anion) per cubic cm. The intensity of Negative Ion (anions) released will effective suppresses the survival and multiplication of bacteria on the sanitary napkin


Menstruation Cycle

Your period, also known as Menstruation, is the discharge of blood and tissue from the lining of your uterus that occurs at the beginning of your menstrual cycle. Each woman's menstruation cycle varies, but the process is always the same.





















Day 1 -7
Menstruation - Normally 3-7 days.

Every woman's cycle (the time from the first day of your menstrual period until the first day of your next menstrual period) is different. On average, a woman has her menstrual period for 3-7 days. The average length of a woman's cycle is 28-32 days. This leaves plenty of room for a woman to vary from her neighbor, friend, or co-worker. Women also vary in the severity of symptoms that occur before and during menstruation.

Approximately 85% of women who menstruate report changes in the days or weeks before their menstruation that cause problems that affect their normal lives. This is known as Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS).

During menstruation, the uterus, which is a muscle, contracts and relaxes more than it does at other times in the month. This can produce the uncomfortable feeling of cramps. Using a heating pad or hot water bottle may help ease some of the discomfort. Taking over-the-counter pain relievers such as naproxen, ibuprofen, or acetaminophen may also help. Other discomforts during menstruation may include breast tenderness, bloating, headaches, fatigue, mood swings, and food cravings. Some women will experience these symptoms more than others will, and not every woman will experience all of these symptoms.




Important After continuous usage of normal sanitary napkins for 2 hours, it’s surface will be a conducive breeding ground for bacteria. As much as 107 bacteria per mm2 can reside on surface of the common sanitary napkin.



Day 8 -11 The lining of womb thickens in preparation of the egg.

Hormones trigger your ovaries to produce and release one egg from either your right or your left ovary. This is called ovulation. Before ovulation occurs, your uterine lining is thickening to prepare for a fertilized egg to implant in the uterus. If an egg is not fertilized, then the uterine lining sheds. This is called menstruation or your menstrual period.

Day 12 -18 Ovolation

Day 18-25 If fertilization has not taken place, the corpus luteum fades away.

Day 26 -28 The uterine lining detaches leading to menstruation.

Late Period

Sometimes a period may come late or be missed for the month. Frequently, a woman's first thought is that she is pregnant. Yes, that could be the case, but there are times when a woman may be late or miss her period for other unsuspected reasons. These reasons include:

    • Significant weight gain/loss
    • Fatigue
    • Hormonal problems
    • Tension
    • Stress
    • Ceasing to take the birth control pill
    • Breastfeeding
    • Increase in exercise
    • Illness
    • Infections
    • STD's






































Source : http://www.freshhope.net/missedperiod.html


The Best Sanitary Napkins in the market - Love Moon Anion Sanitary Napkin












Why we should choose Love Moon Anion Sanitary Napkin?

1. Aluminum foil packaging with easy to open seal stripe - ensure the hygienic of the product before use.

2. High liquid absorption rate - feel dry and comfortable.

3. Patented Anion Chip with the function of prevent women diseases.

4. High quality material - 100% safe.

5. Air Permeability of the underlying layer - feel more comfortable.

6. Free patented vaginitis self test card.








Negative Ion (Anion)




All living things in the world are related to ‘anions’ (or negative ions). Do you know anions?
Under normal circumstances, the air molecules or atoms are neutral. Due to natural ionization caused by cosmic rays, ultraviolet rays, micro radiation, lightning and thunder etc, some air molecules will lose some electrons that were orbiting around the nucleus and these free electrons with negative charge will combine with other neutral air molecules to make them negatively charged. These are the negative ions in the air. They are colourless, odorless and have strong absorption capability to absorb micro particles in the air to remove dust and bacteria. Anions in the air are as important as vitamins in the food and are given such nice names as ‘air vitamin’, ‘longevity element’, ‘air scavenger’ etc.

Anions have special significance to human health. Their effects should not be underestimated. They can have extraordinary absorption capability to gather the dust particles, bacteria and virus which are normally of positive charge and neutralize them. They can enter the cells of the bacteria to kill off the bacteria. More anions in the air would mean fewer bacteria and when the concentration of anions reaches a certain level, the number of bacteria would be reduced to zero.

The number of anions in a cubic centimeter (cc) of air is 40 to 50 in the urban residential area, 100 to 200 above the urban area, 700 to 1,000 in the field and more than 5,000 in the valley. The number of anions in the air can impact on human health. If the air has too high a content of positive ions and too few anions, then the human body may develop symptoms such as fatigue, dizziness, migraine, depression and shortness of breath, but these could be rapidly relieved if air with 1,200 anions per cc is taken in by the body. If the anion content of indoor air is raised to 1,500 per cc, it can improve the mood of those who stay in the room so that they can work better with higher efficiency. Therefore, anion content is an essential factor for human health and longevity.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has specified that the anion content in the air should not be lower than 1,000 per cc. In certain types of environment (such as the mountainous area), the inhabitants are free from troubles of inflammation and generally live longer. This is obviously related to the fact that the air there contains abundant anions.

The positive effects of anions in the field of medical healthcare have in recent years attracted extensive attention worldwide. After many years of research, Winalite Technology Co. Limited of Shenzhen had successfully developed the healthcare sanitary napkin to turn this ordinary product into one with high value added and high-tech content, making it possible to be granted national patents. The anionic tape in ‘Love Moon’ sanitary napkin can emit 6,070 anions per cc to effectively inhibit the survival and duplication of bacteria and virus, which are the causes of vaginitis. Almost all types of female genital inflammation are caused by anaerobic bacteria. When the anionic tape in ‘Love Moon’ sanitary napkin emits high density of anions, it also produces abundant ionized oxygen to fundamentally change the anaerobic environment, promote biological enzymic transformation and balance the acidity and alkalinity. At the same time, under normal temperature, it can emit biological magnetic wave of wavelength 4 to 14 micron at more than 90% emission rate which is beneficial to the human body as it can activate the water molecules in the cells to make them exist at high energy level suitable for synthesis of biological enzymes. This is therefore a purely physical process to achieve the antibacterial and deodorization functions, to care for the woman’s health through technology and to benefit all women.





Important Knowledge for Women

How to choose sanitary napkins?
The human body is a delicate and complex system. The menstrual cycle is a special characteristic of female maturity that brings both blessings and possible problems for women. The menstrual cycle will go on for about half the life of a woman, i.e. at least 2,000 to 3,000 days. According to theories in Chinese medicine, a woman’s body is at its weakest during menstruation and if there are no proper measures of protection taken during this time, the woman’s health could be affected. As such, it is important to correct some misconceptions and wrong practices during menstruation.

Common mistakes in the use of sanitary napkins
1. Not washing your hands clean before handling a new sanitary napkin: In the process of opening, flattening and putting on a sanitary napkin, the hands may bring many bacteria onto the sanitary napkin.

2. Keeping the sanitary napkins in the wash room: In our countries, most of the washrooms are dark and wet and bacteria growth can easily contaminate the sanitary napkins.

3. Not paying attention to the expiry date: In fact, the requirements for hygienic standard of sanitary napkin are very strict and the sanitary napkin is of poorer quality if it is closer to the expiry date.

4. Buying sanitary napkins on promotion: Generally, promotional or gift items are mostly slow moving goods which may have involved raw materials of poorer quality, less stringent test requirements, longer storage periods etc and thus their quality could not be assured.

5. Using products on trial: There are always new brands, new products, new materials and new concepts of sanitary napkins in the market and with aggressive promotion, consumers may be attracted into using them. For example, there is the popular sanitary napkin with dry net surface but many women with sensitive skin have complained of rashes and itchiness after use. Relying on reliable manufacturer, reliable shop, good reputation and one’s own experience is still the most basic principle of common sense in choosing appropriate sanitary napkins.

6. Using sanitary napkins with medication or fragrance: Most doctors would not recommend such products because the medication and fragrance may have undesirable effects on the body.

7. Using each sanitary napkin for a longer time: For women in Asia, the number of sanitary napkins used for each menstruation is apparently lower as compared with women in Europe and America. Saving money in this way at the expense of one’s own health is definitely not wise. It is best to change sanitary napkins every two hours.

8. Preferring to have high absorption: It is wrong to look for sanitary napkins with high absorption in the hope that sanitary napkins need not be changed frequently. This would lead to growth of more bacteria.

Coming to good terms with menstruation
Many women feel tensed up or depressed during menstruation. This is in fact not necessary. They should come to good terms with this natural phenomenon and regard it as their good partner.

Total protection for women on menstruation:
When you had your first menstruation, you were taught the following important lessons: do not take raw and cold food, do not do vigorous exercises.
When healthy women come to the maturity age, the ovaries will undergo periodic changes as the ovules develop, mature and get discharged out of the body. At the same time, there is secretion of sex hormones. The endometrium in the uterus, which is controlled by the sex hormones, will then undergo changes of thickening, shedding and repair. When the endometrium is discharged through the vagina together with some blood, it is known as menstruation. The menstrual cycle is normally for 28 to 30 days and for each menstruation, the blood loss is about 50ml. Each menstruation may last for 3 to 7 days. Periodic menstruation is an essential condition for reproduction and it indicates that the reproductive system is normal. This is an important indication of the women’s physical health.

How to choose suitable sanitary napkins:
During menstruation, the skin of the women’s sensitive part is most vulnerable.
Surveys have shown that 73% of the women would feel itchiness and pain on some parts of the skin during menstruation. These are mostly caused by the use of sanitary napkins which are not air permeable. As such, it is of critical importance to choose suitable sanitary napkins to ensure safety during menstruation. 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.
Firstly, the surface layer should preferably have a cotton net surface with rapid absorption to avoid wet skin surface. The funnel type of design is better than the bucket type of design as the discharge absorbed would not backflow easily.
Secondly, the middle layer should have effective absorption agents that can turn the absorbed liquid discharge into a jelly-like state so that it would not backflow when pressed and would not cause the sticky feeling.
Thirdly, the underlying layer should be made of air permeable materials to allow diffusion of water molecules in the gaseous state. This would keep away the moist air to effectively reduce the moisture and heat between the sanitary napkins and the body so that there is a dry and refreshed feeling.

Changing sanitary napkins to avoid troubles
Due to the special physical characteristics of women, the sanitary napkin is the women’s indispensable ‘friend’ but this friend may bring considerable troubles when it is not treated well. For ordinary sanitary napkin used continuously for two hours, its surface may have bacteria numbering up to 107 per square centimeter and this contamination may seriously affect the health of the women.


Symptoms of infection during menstruation include mild fever, external genital infection, skin itch, ascending infections (such as vaginitis, cervicitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, endometritis etc), leukorrhagia, localized burning sensation or lower abdominal pain, or with fever, nausea; infections of urinary system including urinary tract infection, bladder infection, pyelonephritis, frequent micturition, urgent micturition, dysuria, waist sore and waist pain with fatigue or fever. These may lead to other more serious female genital diseases.