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How many rumors have you heard about menstrual underwear toxic chemicals causing cancer?

Author:Period Diaper Manufacturers FROM:Period Diaper Supplier TIME:2022-03-20


    What is menstrual underwear toxic chemicals? Will it cause cancer?

       menstrual underwear toxic chemicals is derived from long-fiber soft wood pulp, which has good water absorption and softness. It has been used in the production of sanitary napkins as early as the 1910s and 1920s.

       There is currently no medical evidence to prove that chorionic pulp has carcinogenic effects.

       In fact, most sanitary napkins and baby diapers are mainly made of fluff pulp, and water-absorbent resin materials (SAP) are also added. If sanitary napkins or paper diapers have carcinogenic effects on the human body, they have been used for nearly 100 years, and the medical profession should have reported them.

       Are there any other pollutants that may remain in the sanitary napkins that are carcinogenic?

       Japanese scientists have investigated sanitary napkins on the Japanese market and found that the total concentration of some toxic organic substances is only 1/16661/29166 of the allowable daily intake.

       That is to say: the harm of these residues can be considered negligible.

    What about the fluorescent agent? Will it cause cancer?

       Except for fluff pulp, the troubles are not over yet.

        There are reports that the content of fluorescent whitening agent in sanitary napkins exceeds the standard, which is carcinogenic to the human body. Fluorescent brightener is an industrial chemical substance that can emit light under ultraviolet light, which can increase the whiteness of fiber and paper.

        Like the fluff pulp, there is actually no medical evidence that fluorescent whitening agents have carcinogenic effects.

        The International Agency for Research on Cancer under the World Health Organization has conducted investigations on morpholine, an intermediate in the production of fluorescent whitening agents, and has not listed it as a known carcinogen to humans.

       Fluorescent agent may be allergic, although the probability is very low.

        There is a medical term called "sanitary napkin rash". The patient's skin covered by sanitary napkins will have a red and edema rash, which is obviously related to the menstrual cycle.

        But there are only a few cases reported so far, and the probability of occurrence is very low. Even if it happens, there will be no serious impact, just go to a dermatologist for treatment.

     How to choose sanitary napkins most assured?



    1. Look at the packaging

       Hygiene License No. Production date, shelf life or validity period of the standard number (GB 8939-1999, GB 15979-2002); company name and address.

        Try to choose products with complete information and recently produced products, and also look at whether the outer packaging is damaged or leaking. The sanitary napkins inside should also be white, smooth and soft.

     2. Look at the brand

      The quality control of sanitary napkins produced by major manufacturers is better. The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine sampled sanitary napkins and found that most of the problems were produced by small factories.


       Use sanitary napkins reasonably

     1. Choose the right type

       Choose suitable sanitary napkins according to different periods of menstruation or your own feelings. For example, when the menstrual flow is heavy, use the wing type during the day and use the night type at night. (You can also use baby diapers)

     2. Replace in time

       Regardless of the amount of menstruation, it is best to change the sanitary napkin every 3 hours. Menstrual blood is a good "bacterial culture medium", bacteria will grow quickly after using it for a long time.

     3. Pay attention to cleanliness

       When replacing a new menstrual underwear toxic chemicals, it is best to wash your hands with clean water and soap first, and try not to touch the surface of the sanitary napkin when replacing it to prevent bacteria from causing secondary pollution.

     4. Use less pads

      Don't be too "love to clean". It is not recommended to use pads during non-menstrual periods.






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