Patents

Body-Attachable Sanitary Napkin

April 5, 2011

Patented recently is a body-attachable sanitary napkin including a fluid-pervious cover layer, a fluid-retaining 7assembly; and a barrier layer having a body-contactable adhesive disposed on at least first portions thereof. The sanitary napkin according to the invention remains securely attached to the body during use, moves with the body during use, yet at the same time enables the user to selectively remove the napkin in a pain free manner.
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