Patents

Absorbent Product Having A Miniature Model

September 6, 2013

US Patent No.: 8,277,429 B2
Inventor(s): Tanguy Yann Pellen, Beijing, China; Jing Zhang, Beijing, China; and Xiaofeng Wang, Beijing, China.
Company: The Proctor and Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, US.
Filed: 5/21/09
Issued: 10/2/12

An absorbent product comprising: (i) a package having an exterior surface and an interior surface, the interior surface defining an interior space, (ii) at least one absorbent article being contained within the interior space, the absorbent article having a body-facing surface, a garment-facing surface, the absorbent article having at least one dimensional feature viewable from the body-facing surface, and (iii) a miniature model having a first surface and a second surface opposing the first surface, the first surface having a mimic portion being adapted to depict at least a part of the dimensional feature of the absorbent article; wherein the dimensional feature depicted by the mimic portion is visible from the body facing side of the absorbent article and is selected from the group consisting of a colored part of the absorbent article, a plurality of color signals, an embossment, a perforation, a channel, an aperture, and combinations thereof.
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