Teach you how to store sanitary napkins after unpacking
Sanitary napkins are one of the necessary daily necessities for women, and they are related to the health of women's private parts. So after buying sanitary napkins, how should they be stored?
1. Sanitary napkins cannot be placed in the bathroom
The bathrooms of most households are dark bathrooms, which do not see sunlight all day long, and are very humid, so it is easy to breed mold and contaminate sanitary napkins. Many female friends, out of laziness or convenience, are used to putting sanitary napkins in the bathroom, but they don't know that this is a big taboo for using sanitary napkins. This wrong approach is worth warning everyone.
2. Sanitary napkins should be used up within the month after opening
Sanitary napkins must be stored cleanly. It is best to use up the opened pack in a month, and do not use sanitary napkins and panty liners that may have been contaminated. In the past, everyone believed that wearing wet underwear on rainy days could easily cause vaginitis. In fact, using unsealed and contaminated sanitary products during this period can also easily cause the disease.
3. How to store sanitary napkins after unpacking
Sanitary products such as sanitary napkins or toilet paper after unpacking should be placed in a ventilated and dry place, at least in a clean environment. Be careful not to use the product once it gets wet. Of course, many products have taken this into consideration in the packaging design. Many products use zipper seals or sealing strips that can be sealed multiple times. It can better ensure the hygiene and safety of the product.
If sanitary napkins are damp or stored for too long, they will deteriorate and become contaminated even if they are not opened. Generally, sanitary napkins are made of non-woven fabrics and are made of fiber materials. After being exposed to moisture, the material will deteriorate, and bacteria are easy to invade and reproduce; sanitary napkins are sterile by using high-temperature sterilization. After all, the validity period of one-time disinfection is limited. There is no guarantee of sterility. Therefore, when using sanitary napkins, pay attention to the expiration date, do not buy too much at one time, and it is not suitable for families to store them for a long time. Sanitary napkins after unpacking should be placed in a dry, clean, and sterile environment, and should not be used after being damp or expired.