Now that we have seen a comparison between how Anion Sanitary Napkins and Stayfree Sanitary Pads are packed, what their top layer looks like and what it is made of, let’s go one step further and put them to the absorbency test.
We have repeated the same procedure as in the tests presented in the previous posts: we poured an equal quantity of blue colored water over an Anion and over a Stayfree . Then we pressed a dry paper towel against each of them to see how much liquid is coming back out. Have a look at the pictures below to see what the results were:
You can see in the pictures above that, when pressing the hand against the Anion sanitary pad, even though the pressure was firm, the towel remained completely dry. Let’s see what happens with the towel pressed against the Stayfree pad.
As you can see, when lightly tapping the finger against the pad, the paper towel already got wet. And here is what happened after the hand was pressed against it: