Modern sanitary products have revolutionized feminine hygiene. It is estimated that the average woman will use close to 20,000 tampons in a lifetime, with additional countless sanitary pads. There has however, always been some health concerns about the use of sanitary products.

This results from the high permeability nature of the vulval and vaginal skin, with inevitable absorption of some of the constituents that make up the sanitary products. Over time, the accumulation of absorbed chemicals may cause some health problems.

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