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What is the difference between disposable pads and sanitary pads?


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    What is the difference between disposable pads and sanitary pads?

    ADVANTAGE OF ECO-FEMME PADS
    Eco-femme pads are modern washable cloth pads, an alternative to disposable pads used to manage menstruation. Through the ages, women had used stuffs like cloth, cotton or sponge for menstrual protection and this process is still continuing in many rural areas. However those stuffs could leak, be uncomfortable and strain your dresses and add it may not be suitable for today’s lifestyle to women in cities as well as urban areas. To overcome this, Ecofemme pads are designed creatively and it is made of natural material and keeps them healthy.Here are the advantages of eco-femme pads listed below.

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    It is reusable as it is made from bio-degradable cotton and free-germicide in account to keep your body hygienic, whereas disposable pads cannot re-used. It can be used up to seventy washes when you handle it properly. It develops less overall waste compared with disposable pads.

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    Re: What is the difference between disposable pads and sanitary pads?

    Thanks for info.....


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