Women's skin most vulnerable during menstruation
During menstruation, the skin in sensitive parts is most vulnerable to damage.
According to the survey, 73% of women will feel local skin itching and burning pain during menstruation. This is mostly caused by the use of airtight sanitary napkins. Therefore, it is extremely important to use sanitary napkins scientifically to pass the menstrual period safely.
1. Do not wash your hands before using sanitary napkins. The process of unpacking, opening, smoothing, and pasting sanitary napkins by hand will bring a lot of germs to the sanitary napkins. the
2. Put sanitary napkins in the bathroom. Most of the bathrooms in our country 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. the
3. Regardless of the shelf life, it is convenient to buy many packs of sanitary napkins at a time. In fact, the hygienic requirements for sanitary napkins are very strict, and the closer the production date is, the more guaranteed the quality will be.
4. Purchase promotional products. Generally speaking, promotional products and gifts are often unsalable products bundled with merchants. For example, the materials used will be more economical, the inspection will be looser, and the storage time will be longer, etc., which makes it difficult to guarantee the quality of the products. the
5. Be the 'new product experimenter' of the manufacturer. New brands, new varieties, new fabrics, and new concepts are flying all over the sky, coupled with promotions, which often lead to impulsive consumption. For example, the popular dry mesh surface, many people with allergies will experience redness, swelling and itching after using it. Reliable manufacturers, reliable stores, good reputation, and personal experience are still the most basic principles for purchasing sanitary napkins. the
6. Most doctors do not approve of sanitary napkins with drugs or fragrances. Drugs or fragrance components may have adverse effects on the body. the
7. Changing sanitary napkins is not frequent enough. Chinese women use significantly less sanitary napkins per menstrual period than European, American and Japanese women. It is not advisable to pay the price of health for saving
8. It is very wrong to blindly pursue a large absorption capacity and be lazy to replace it, which will lead to the growth of bacteria.