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What are most sanitary napkin make of ???

Pure Cotton
3
50%
Bleached Recycled Papers and polymer
2
33%
Paper
0
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1
17%
 
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What are most sanitary napkin make of ???

Postby bigbossy99 » Tue, 15 Jan 2008 8:10 pm

Simple question concerning women health today.

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Tue, 15 Jan 2008 10:31 pm

So how many posts is it going to take before you start selling/recommending/callme/PM me. Boy do I have a product for you. Cause you know what's going to happen when you do, right?

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Postby Eze » Wed, 16 Jan 2008 12:31 am

lolz. SMS is sooo strict. but well~~ :roll:

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 16 Jan 2008 12:26 pm

Eze wrote:lolz. SMS is sooo strict. but well~~ :roll:


So would you rather have to waste time wading through hundreds of spammers, advertisers and other assorted riff-raff just to find the topic thread? :P

Sometimes I hate to do it as well but I'm sure you have seen what happens on other boards.

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Postby bigbossy99 » Wed, 16 Jan 2008 6:56 pm

well ....
this an't an advertisement ... (i dun read the forum usage code ...) :P
just a serious poll on how much women or guys know what on their most sensitive and personal items there are using for ages.
:)

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Postby Eze » Thu, 17 Jan 2008 1:20 am

well~~ lets see what this will lead to then. =D

Most are using recycled paper if im not wrong. Even the cotton used to absorb the 'content' is also recycled cotton.

Not really good for our health regarding cancer occuring at our most important part of the body.

=p

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Postby bigbossy99 » Sun, 20 Jan 2008 7:20 pm

omg ! only two vote!!!
either nobody bother to know about what they are using or
they can't be bother with it ... :???:
hmmmm :roll:

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Postby Eze » Mon, 21 Jan 2008 1:38 am

I guess nobody is interested in your thread.

tata~~ =p~

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Postby durain » Mon, 21 Jan 2008 4:48 am

years ago, i worked for a well known international company that does pads, tissues, nappies, etc. not an office job for me but i go to all their factories! so i know what goes inside what... and it's none of the above :P

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Postby bigbossy99 » Mon, 21 Jan 2008 7:17 pm

durain wrote:years ago, i worked for a well known international company that does pads, tissues, nappies, etc. not an office job for me but i go to all their factories! so i know what goes inside what... and it's none of the above :P
:D

so what inside other than the above mention?
something new for me ...

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Postby Barczar » Mon, 21 Jan 2008 9:26 pm

Why do you care? :???: Answer this, what satisfaction will you get if say 70% think it's one thing and 20% think it's another and 10% think it's another?

Is there a point to this thread as you keep urging people to vote?...
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Postby bigbossy99 » Thu, 24 Jan 2008 8:43 pm

Barczar wrote:Why do you care? :???: Answer this, what satisfaction will you get if say 70% think it's one thing and 20% think it's another and 10% think it's another?

Is there a point to this thread as you keep urging people to vote?...


Well the point is, to educate modern women how to live healthly in this digital era (which suffer from pollution and viral) ... and I'm here to promote awareness and educate everyone!

My satisfaction is (answering your question :D ) that every women is living healthly...
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Postby Barczar » Mon, 28 Jan 2008 8:19 pm

Please show us where exactly (and please don't say WHO website unless you have a direct link to this stat) you got the 60% of women's illnesses are contributed by improper use of sanitary napkins

Seems to me that if you add that onto smoking and heart disease, diabetes, cancer, aids etc...it's not looking too good for the average woman!

I too am waiting for the imminent sales pitch...who knows, BigBossy could be onto something here and if the product sells it could be a classic story...you know the RAGS TO RICHES!! :lol:
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Postby bigbossy99 » Tue, 29 Jan 2008 10:30 pm

Barczar wrote:Please show us where exactly (and please don't say WHO website unless you have a direct link to this stat) you got the 60% of women's illnesses are contributed by improper use of sanitary napkins

Seems to me that if you add that onto smoking and heart disease, diabetes, cancer, aids etc...it's not looking too good for the average woman!

I too am waiting for the imminent sales pitch...who knows, BigBossy could be onto something here and if the product sells it could be a classic story...you know the RAGS TO RICHES!! :lol:


you are right! i went back to my company to check about the statiscal source, i dun know where they got the statistic. not from WHO, that why i think it not ethically correct to quote from WHO, thus i remove the statement from previous post . apologised :oops:

Neverthelss, i am trying here is to promote awareness to a product i think is good for all beautiful ladies.. (I NOT selling product here)
imagine..
u are using the so call chemically bleach cotton (that does not adsorb enough). with the plastic layers, even worse .... wet and humid ... where rashes begin and bacteria kick in. Do you feel comfortable ???

Cervical Cancer
Cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer among women in Singapore. It can be prevented through regular Pap smear tests. Pap smears can detect precancer so that simple treatment will prevent the development of full blown cancer.
(http://www.hpb.gov.sg/hpb/default.asp?pg_id=865&aid=296)

How often do you perform pap smear ?? (dun tell me ... i don't want to know :cool: but can guess ... once every six mth)
Anyway, with the comfort of your own home, you can now perform this with a self test kit, every month. so can know earlier and further detect if problems arise.

Think about it ... :roll:

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bigbossy99 wrote:well ....
this an't an advertisement ... (i dun read the forum usage code ...) :P
just a serious poll on how much women or guys know what on their most sensitive and personal items there are using for ages.
:)


Posting links to an advertisement is considered advertising in the forum threads. You were told in the beginning. One more mention I will lock your account.

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Postby suuz » Tue, 29 Jan 2008 11:56 pm

actually....this poll isn't accurate anymore...

most sanitary thingys (the ones to use outside the body...) are thesedays only made of synthetical stuff, so plastics and gels etc. The time it was cotton all the way or just the inside is like 10 years ago...well where i live anyway...

and i do think that is a bad thing...lol no advertisement intended here


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