Mainly consider the materials and functions of these three parts
Good-quality sanitary napkins are composed of fiber cotton soft surface, dust-free paper, PE breathable bottom film, release paper, and high-power water-absorbing resin, which can quickly penetrate the menstrual blood into the inner layer while keeping the contact surface dry. And the texture is soft and absorbs well. It can absorb water tens to hundreds of times its own weight, and the menstrual blood is stored inside the towel body after absorption.
During menstruation, the skin on sensitive parts is most vulnerable to damage. According to the survey, 73% of women will feel local skin itching/burning during menstruation. This is mostly due to the use of impermeable sanitary napkins, so choosing the right pads is crucial if you want to make your special day comfortable.
Sanitary napkins are generally composed of three parts: the surface layer, the absorbent layer and the bottom layer. The selection is mainly based on the materials and functions of these three parts. How to judge the quality of sanitary napkins?
A. Cotton soft surface layer: The most ideal pure cotton material, with high air permeability, is not easy to cause allergies, while general chemical fiber mesh sanitary napkins are more prone to allergies;
B. Strong absorption capacity: Menstrual blood can quickly flow into the sanitary napkin, and the ability to store blood is high, reducing the chance of penetrating to both sides due to too late absorption;
C. High anti-leakage ability: When the two sides of the crotch are pressed and the middle of the sanitary napkin is compressed to half of the original size, there is still no leakage on both sides of the sanitary napkin, and the concave anti-folding line can prevent the sanitary napkin from wrinkling , reduce the chance of side leakage
D. Adhesive adhesiveness: All materials should be bonded into a piece of sanitary napkin, and the sanitary napkin should be pasted into underwear, and hot-melt adhesive must be used. Sanitary napkins made of ordinary plastic cast film as the base film use ordinary hot-melt adhesives, while sanitary napkins using PE microporous breathable films need to use low-temperature adhesives, which are slightly more expensive. The viscosity of the adhesive should be moderate. Non-stickiness will cause the sanitary napkin to shift during use, and too sticky will also cause tearing during the pulling process.