Here is another absorbency test –Anion vs Kotex– the last one in this series. Someone might say they are getting tired of hearing the same story, and I could understand that. What is harder for me to understand is why some women would go through the same bad experiences with sanitary pads month after month, and still not grow tired and decide to change the brand they are used to. You don’t have to feel uncomfortable every month, and always uneasy at the thought that some leakage in your pad might cause spots to appear on your clothes. Anion Sanitary Napkins can keep you dry, feeling very comfortable and very safe even on the worst days of your period.
So let’s see how the Anion vs Kotex absorbency test went. We poured the same amount of water (50 ml) over an Anion and over a Kotex sanitary pad. We colored the water so that it is easier for you to see it.
Then we took two dry paper towels and pressed them against each pad to see how much liquid is coming back out. When pressing the hand against the Anion Love Moon Sanitary Pad, the paper towel remained completely dry:
Let’s see what the test results were for the Kotex sanitary pad:
As you can see from the pictures, the Kotex pad was so soaked, that the paper towel got wet when simply laying it on top of the pad, without even pressing it at all. And then, when pressing it with the hand, water came flushing out, as you can see.
I think the message is pretty clear. And, unlike some advertisments say, I would add: Be my guest and feel free to try this at home. I am sure you will not only be convinced, but also happy to have discovered some sanitary pads that can help you feel comfortable and safe: Anion Love Moon Sanitary Napkins.