The main component of absorbent paper is cellulose, which is a natural organic polymer compound. The cellulose in the paper is interlaced in a mesh, with many gaps between them, and these gaps can contain water, which is also known as the capillary effect, ultimately because of the tension. Absorbent paper is a special hygienic material, mainly used in sanitary napkins, diapers, and absorbent masks for beauty. The physical composition consists of: pure wood pulp paper or wet strength toilet paper, high molecular absorbent resin, gum powder, lint pulp, etc. Processing process is heat lamination and gluing.