Patents

Thin Sanitary Napkin Having A Flexibility Selected To Provide A Good Comfort Potential While Reducing Bunching

January 7, 2003

A sanitary napkin, adapted to be worn in a crotch portion of an undergarment, has been patented. The sanitary napkin has a thickness less than 3mm, a test capacity of more than 8g, a total capacity of more than 14g and a flexural resistance from 400-800g. The napkin also has an absorbent system, including superabsorbent material that comprises a first absorbent layer above a second.
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