Patents

Secondary Lotioned Article

February 17, 2009

A secondary article has been patented. It includes a liquid-permeable fibrous substrate with a garment-facing surface and a body-facing surface. An attachment means is attached to the garment-facing surface. The attachment means is adapted to be adhered to a primary absorbent article. A semisolid lotion is applied to the body-facing surface and a cover is releasably adhered directly to the lotion. The cover has a Drape Stiffness bending length of between about 0.25 centimeters and about 12 centimeters.
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