In our previous posts you saw the results of an absorbency test in which we compared Anion Love Moon Sanitary Napkins to Always Sanitary Pads. As you could see from the pictures, the Always pad did not have good absorbency results, and we thought we might have been to hard on them testing a regular lower price Always pad. So we did the test again, this time comparing Anion Love Moon Sanitary Napkins to Always Infinity Pads which are their more expensive, latest technology pads. Their label specifically states “NEW Powerful Absorbency”. They claim to be designed for heavy flow and “made with an incredibly absorbent material called Infinicel”.
So let’s see how the test came out this time.
We repeated the same procedure: poured the same amount of water (50 ml) over the pads
and then we pressed a dry paper towel against each one of them. Let’s see how they did this time:
You can see how hard the finger is pressed against the pad. Does it get wet? No!
You can see the fingerprints left on the towel because of pressing it so hard, but the towel still remained dry. Then I pressed the had firmly against it:
As you can see, the towel is still dry after all the pressing. You can see the print of the hand though.
Let’s see how the Always Infinity did when tapping it lightly with a finger:
Then I pressed my hand against the Always pad.
Water came flushing out, soaking the towel, even if the label points to some “microdots for fast absorption”. And when I wanted to lift my hand I had a nasty surprise:
The paper towel pressed against the Always pad was so soaked that it got stuck to my hand!
So, if you want a sanitary pad that will keep you dry, you know what to get.
In the following posts we will show you more absorbency test results for Anion versus some other popular brands.