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Love Moon Anion Sanitary Napkin – Product Demonstration Video

 

Love Moon Anion Sanitary Napkin is a revolutionary innovation product for improved women sanitary protection. Only Love Moon Anion Sanitary Napkin offers the exclusive sanitary napkins with strongest liquid absorption, anti-bacterial effect , dissemination ofAnions, and leading the industry in anti-counterfeiting effectiveness. Love Moon  Anion Sanitary Napkin  is a high tech product with Anion (Negative Ion) Strip inside the sanitary napkins, the anion strip  can release up to 5,800-6,070 Negative Ion(Anion) per cubic cm. The intensity of Negative Ion (Anion) released will effective suppresses the survival and multiplication of bacteria on the sanitary napkins.

July 6, 2011 at 4:57 pm

FAQ for Love Moon Anion Sanitary Napkin

1. What benefits shall I get from Anion Sanitary Napkins/Pads?

A: Love Moon Sanitary Napkins is the first and only hygienic antibacterial sanitary napkins/pads in the market today. Helps prevent bacterial multiplication, eliminates odor and promotes comfort during menstrual period.

2. What is the maximum capacity of our Love Moon: a.) Day Use b.) Night Use and c.) Panty liners?

A: Maximum absorption capacity for Day Use:80-100ML. Night Use: 100-150ML. For Panty liner, we can not quantify as to how many ML, because panty liner is intended for daily secretions only.
3. How many hours can we use Love Moon Anion Sanitary Napkins / Pads ?

A: It is advisable to change each pad every 3 hours, even if it is not yet soiled.
4. What is the cause why the surface of our panty liners would turn to be woolly or wool like during use.

A: First layer of Love Moon Anion Panty Liner is made of 100% pure cotton. It tend to be “woolly” due to friction and when its fully soiled. Again, it is advisable to change Love Moon Panty liner every 3 hours.

5. What are the reasons why some Love Moon pads had does not have anion strip?

A: Please ask the distributor to return Love Moon Sanitary Napkins to the office and we will replace it with a new one. This is a “production defect” which may happen once on every million production. Our manufacturing plant is doing its best effort to monitor and properly regulate the speed of the machine as not to happen this kind of incident.
6. What’s the reason for some people to experience a stronger flow of menstruation?

A: The negatively charged ion or what we call “anion strip”, assists in regularizing the blood flow. On your first few days of continuous usage of Love Moon Sanitary Napkin, you will notice the increase blood flow. If this happens, do not be alarmed; just continue to use the said product.
7. Is Love Moon panty liner safe for pregnant women?

A: It is not recommended for pregnant since one of the effects of the anion strip is to regularize blood flow. Due to the absence of any medical basis, we don’t recommend Love Moon Panty Liner for use by women on their first trimester of pregnancy.
8. What is the specific material of the Anion Strip and the Polygel?

A: Both are made from food grade materials. The Anion Strip is made of algae plant while polygel is made of corn extract.

Ariticle Source: FAQ for Anion Sanitary Napkins

December 24, 2009 at 11:19 pm

Disposable Sanitary Pads

Disposable Sanitary Pads

Panty Liner

Panty Liner

There are several different types of disposable sanitary pads:

  • Panty Liner – Designed to absorb daily vaginal discharge, light menstrual flow, “spotting”, slight urinary incontinence, or as a backup for tampon use.
  • Ultra-thin – A very compact (thin) sanitary pad, which may be as absorbent as a Regular or Maxi/Super pad but with less bulk.
  • Regular – A middle range absorbency sanitary pad.
  • Maxi / Super – A larger absorbency pad, useful for the start of the menstrual cycle when menstruation is often heaviest.
  • Night – A longer pad to allow for more protection while the wearer is lying down, with an absorbency suitable for overnight use.
  • Maternity – These are usually slightly longer than a maxi/Super pad and are designed to be worn to absorb lochia (bleeding that occurs after childbirth).

The shape, absorbency and lengths may vary depending on manufacturer, but usually range from the short slender panty liner to the larger and longer overnight. Long pads are offered for extra protection or for larger women whose woman’s undergarments might not be completely protected by regular length pads, and also for overnight use.

Other options are often offered in a manufacturer’s line of pads, such as wings or tabs that wrap around the sides of the woman’s underwear to add additional leak protection and help secure the pad in place. Deodorant is also added to some pads, which is designed to cover menstrual odor with a light fragrance. There are even panty liners specifically designed to be worn with a thong/G-string.

August 7, 2009 at 6:08 pm

Sanitary Napkins / Pads

Sanitary Napkins / Sanitary Pads

Sanitary Napkins / Sanitary Pads

While it might seem that sanitary napkins all follow the same basic design, this is simply not so. Some products are better than others for a whole host of reasons. To gain the most out of any product, however, women do need to follow a few rules of the road for use.

Most napkins will prevent leakage, but they can pose a number of problems for wearers. Unless diligence goes along with use, they can even promote the development of unfavorable medical conditions.

Women will find there are Hygiene Products out there that can help them take many of the hassles out of the menstrual cycle. Those that rely on negative ion technology, for example, won’t remove the need for diligence, but they can eliminate and prevent many causes of discomfort and problems associated with the monthly cycle.

Using sanitary pads to prevent leaks during the menstrual cycle is often considered a safer way to go than using tampons, which have been associated with Toxic Shock Syndrome. While they are considered to pose less of a threat, even pads can promote the growth of potentially harmful bacteria and fungus.

To stay on top of the concerns, women who use pads should be diligent about changing them out on a regular basis. Making sure pads are completely changed and disposed of long before they reach the saturation point is essential for promoting better health. When pads are not properly changed, women run the risk of:

  • Leaks
  • The promotion of bacterial growth on the pad itself
  • The development of odors

Benefits Of Anion Pads ( Anion Sanitary Napkins )

Anion Sanitary Napkins

Anion Sanitary Napkins

Pads that rely on negative ion technology to prevent a number of complications can be an ideal choice for women who want to lessen the worries associated with menstruation. While these pads will, of course, still require frequent changing, they do offer the benefits of promoting oxygenation. This, in turn, can help:

  • Create an environment that is not favorable for bacterial growth
  • Reduce odor development

Sanitary napkins are not all alike. Educate yourself, make the choice that would benefit your health, do everything you can to prevent development of infections

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June 30, 2009 at 5:53 pm

Anion Sanitary Napkins

7 Layers Protection For Anion Sanitary Napkins

Every cm cubic of the anionic padding in each piece of Love Moon Anion Sanitary Pad can release up to 5800 negative ion (anion). The Intensity of negative ion (anion) released will effectively suppress the survival and multiplication of bacteria and viruses on the sanitary napkins.

The Negative Ion Chip releases large amount of oxygen, has a balanced PH level and enhances hormonal balance that effectively improves incretion, strengthening immunity, reducing stress, eliminating vaginal infection, bacteria; treating inflammation, eradicating odor, removing fatigue and ect. Tissue oxygenation increases blood flow to the effected area, promotes healing, which will help with such conditions as hemorrhoids.

Most of the bacteria that cause gynecological issues are anaerobe, which will die within 30 seconds to 1 minute in oxygen – just as man will die without oxygen and fish will die without water within 10 minutes. Hence large quantities of negative ions and oxygen can penetrate the body easily, thus killing the very causes of diseases – bacteria and viruses.

At the same time, the negative ion chip can radiate far infrared with 4-14 um wavelength, which is the right electromagnetic wave band for reducing inflammation.

Negative ions (Anion) will move up to the womb through the vagina, improving blood circulation. Thus, the silt and blood clot stored long in the vagina can be discharged more smoothly. The womb can be repaired and improvements can be expected in 3-5 days. Then, inflammation disappears and no smell is left.

Love Moon Anion (Negative Ion) Sanitary Napkin can effectively restrict the growth and survival of vaginal infection, bacteria and viruses, activates metabolism, improves secretion, and increases immunity. They are also effective in hemorrhoids relief, adjusting pressure, resisting bacteria, reducing inflammation, reducing odor and removing tiredness.

Benefits of Anion Sanitary Napkins, sanitary napkin with anion, the best sanitary napkins in the market.

1.  Soft 100% cotton surface, double absorbency, and feels very soft to touch

2.  Exclusive patented “Anionic Padding”

3.   Sterilized and dirt-free material traps matter

4. Plant extract as premium water absorbent with strong liquid retention power

5.   Sterilized and dirt-free material traps matter

6.   Breathable bottom layer allows free -flowing of air

7.    Easy to peel off, folded-lines adhesive design (food gum adhesive)

June 30, 2009 at 5:34 pm 1 comment

Love Moon Anion Sanitary Napkins / Pads

Anion Sanitary Napkin

Love Moon Anion Sanitary Napkin is a tech product with Anion (Negative Ion) Chip which can release up to 5,800-6,070 Negative Ion (Anion) per cubic cm. The intensity of Negative Ion (Anion) released will effective suppresses the survival and multiplication of bacteria on the sanitary napkin. Anion (Negative Ion) in Anion Sanitary Pads can help regulate body functions such as antibacterial capabilities, deodorization, through purely physical processes. Love Moon Sanitary Napkin is the first and only hygienic antibacterial sanitary napkin in the market today. Helps women to prevent bacterial multiplication, eliminates odor and promotes comfort during menstrual period.

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June 23, 2009 at 3:23 am

Sanitary Pads – A silent health threat

Did you know that most sanitary pads (and tampons) are made or bleached with chlorine compounds that contain trace of the organochlorine – dioxin.

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has named dioxin the most potent carcinogen known to science.

A 1996 EPA study linked dioxin exposure with increased risks for endometriosis (an infection of the uterine lining).

The EPA has also concluded that people with high exposure to dioxins may be risk for other effects that could suppress the immune system, increase the risk of pelvic inflammatory disease, reduce fertility, and possibly interfere with normal fetal and childhood development.

In overseas test, sanitary pads have been found to contain 400 parts per trillion (ppt) dioxin.

Although the paper industry has maintained that such levels are too low to cause any health problems, studies have shown that dioxin appears to migrate easily out of paper products.

Fish and other wildlife have died after exposure to the incredibly small dose of 38 parts per quadrillion dioxin.

The average women use approximately 15,000 pads over the course of her lifetime. The effect of continual exposure to dioxin, which is forever stored in fat cells, may become cumulative and deadly.

Manufactured with Lots of Chemicals

To make asanitary pad, wood pulp fibers are first dispersed in water in large tub. Most of the chemical s and dyes required are added at this stage (The pulp is then scraped and brushed and inserted with air to make fleecy.

Some pads contain added rayon, which also originates from wood, for extra absorbency. The cellulose in the wood is dissolved in a caustic solution, and squirted into fine jets in an acid bath (The mixture then solidifies and dries into longer fibers).

Chemical processes included de-linking recycled material, washing with detergents and bleaching. (As a result, some traces of chemical used remain in the pad).

Additives are also used to enhance the properties of the pad. These include absorbency agents and wet-strength agent – often, polysorbate and area formaldehyde.

Further bleching, involving chorine, may take place to achieve that growing white look.

What You Can See

That’s the part you can’t see. But even the external parts on a sanitary pad that you can see are all not natural.

The plastic bottom – to prevent leakage – will usually be made of polypropylene or rayon.

The non-woven fabric covering on the pad is a lightweight material which is often polypropylene or rayon.

The back has 1 or 2 strips of pressure-sensitive adhesive covered with a strip of siliconised compound paper. (The pads are then packaged in plastic bags or shrinkwrapped. And the packet itself may be printed with patterns – again, a chemical process.)

Full of Bacteria

Sanitary pass can also harbor bacterial as they are not sterilized products. In 1987, CAP’s test of some popular brands sold here (Penang, Malaysia) found unacceptably high bacterial counts of up to 11,000 (over 10 times the international safety standard). This could lead to vaginal infection in women using the pads.

Sanitary products, like pads, can also be placed on the market without prior evidence of safety or efficacy, even in developed countries.

In Canada for example, tongue depressors, bandages and dental floss are all considered medical devices, but not women menstrual pads! Women are an all too easy target because they are bound by biology to menstruate for at least 35 years. Women are thus a captive market – and potentially easy victims of numerous types of sanitary pad (and tampon) trauma.

It is thus important that women know the facts so that they can seek safer alternatives – liking using cloth, which is not only safer, but can also be reused many times. (in fact, women have safely relied on home-made menstrual products, using any available absorbent material, for most of history.)

Article get from anion-sanitary-napkin.com at Sanitary Pads – A silent health threat.

Source : Consumers Association Of Penang. July 2002. Utusan Konsumer. Page 5. Georgetown:  Consumers Association of Penang.

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