Author：Baby & Adult Diaper Materials FROM：Diaper Materials Manufacturer TIME：2023-03-02
There are more and more brands of hygiene products on the market. Some brands claim that the products do not contain untreated fluff pulp and that products containing this ingredient will harm women's health. Is it really the truth? Come and find out today.
In the paper industry, untreated fluff pulp first originated in Europe in the 1950s and was mainly used in the field of household paper. Compared with other common pulps, it has long fibers, good strength, high density, good fiberization rate, certain elasticity and good core pad integrity. It is widely used in the field of tissue paper. Various hygiene products are used as pulp for absorbent media. Mainly used in the production of dry laid paper, high grade napkins, facial tissue, square tissue and as the core layer of various pads such as women's sanitary napkins, baby diapers, medical sanitary napkins, medical seamless cloth clothing, surgical pads, etc. It is used as a water absorbing material.
In the past ten years, with the rapid development of related industries such as diapers, feminine sanitary napkins, and medical mattresses, especially the prosperity of the diaper market, the demand for it has also grown by leaps and bounds, doubling.
Mainly because this kind of fluffy fiber is the fastest and most effective in absorbing liquid, and the broken untreated fluff pulp is also mixed with water absorbent resin. The absorbent body of paper pulp + water absorbent resin is the most effective combination in technology, and is widely used in the field of hygiene products.
So is the previously rumored statement that "untreated fluff pulp is harmful to women's health" false? In fact, it is not entirely, it is good and bad. How to distinguish it?
Poor quality pulp is often made from recycled paper towels, sanitary napkins, scraps, waste newspapers, cartons, books, cotton wool, and even garbage. After bleaching with fluorescent agents, it is whitened to make the appearance look very white. It has been confirmed by medical clinical experiments that fluorescent substances can cause cell variability, and if exposed to excessive fluorescent substances, there may be potential carcinogenic factors. More importantly, fluorescent substances are not easily decomposed like general chemical components, but are constantly accumulated in the human body, which greatly weakens the human body's own immunity and endangers human health.
Therefore, when purchasing, you must choose products of regular brands. The raw materials purchased by regular manufacturers are regularly sent to the local quality inspection department for sample testing. The annual inspection of the company's annual health license also requires these test reports to pass.
All in all, untreated fluff pulp is an absorbent widely used in the hygiene sector. A correct understanding of it can help consumers avoid being misled by some unscrupulous merchants.
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