Anion Pantiliners have four (4) layers:
the 1st layer- Ultra fine soft cotton surface for maximum comfort and absorbency;
the 2nd layer- A unique patented Anion strip which may help counteract bacteria and promote healthy menstruation;
the 3rd layer- is of super soft and absorbent cotton;
the 4th layer, a breathable bottom layer rapidly reduces moisture and heat.
The Anion strip in our pads can emit 6070 anions per cm when in contact with moisture or friction and releases ionized oxygen. This will effectively inhibit the survival of bacteria and viruses that may lead to vaginitis in 30-60 seconds. Vast amounts of anions and oxygen will penetrate into the body through the vagina and the vagina and uterus filled with plenty of oxygen.
Why would I need a Panty Liner?
Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
Perimenopause and Menopause
Bladder Control and Pregnancy
The Menstrual Cycle
Perspiration and Odour
Other Protection Concerns
Energy / Pain
When humans lack access to negative ions, their body chemistry changes. These changes can lead to bouts of depression, physical fatigue, and anxiety. Negative Ions (Anions) are required to sustain life. They have strong absorption capabilities to absorb microparticles in the air to remove dust and bacteria.
Anion Panty Liners contain an anion strip within the pads. This strip can emit 6070 anions per cm when in contact with moisture or friction, releasing ionized oxygen.
People suffering from pain are reporting amazing results when placing activated pads on the pain-affected areas. I.e Back pain, knee pain, toothache, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel, shoulder pain, neck pain, hip pain, etc.
People such as Hairdressers, Nurses, and Retail Assistants who work on their feet all day report that when the liners are placed in their shoes they do not have sore legs at the end of their day.
Others are reporting that they have an increase in energy and the ability to stay awake far past their normal bedtime
Some are placing the Anion Strip in their water to oxygenate their water
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