Why do sanitary napkins use lint pulp inside?

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TessMon, Nov 21, 2022 5:43 PM
Not really. The absorbent particles in sanitary napkins are transparent particles with a soft texture that swell when they encounter water. They are usually located in sanitary napkins and are wrapped in a protective film on the outside, so they do not enter the body when used, and the sanitary napkins on the market are checked by strict hygiene standards.
BertinaTue, Nov 22, 2022 9:43 AM
The composition of sanitary napkins in general is a combination of fluffy pulp plus absorbent resin. The fluffy pulp has good absorbency and the absorbent resin is not easy to leak, this combination will produce the effect of good absorbency and not easy to leak, it is difficult for menstrual blood to escape after entering the sanitary napkin.
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