- A study has for the first time examined the absorption of period products using human blood.
- Manufacturers of period products have used saline or water to test the absorbency capacity.
- Across 21 products, the study’s authors found “considerable variability” in the maximal capacity to absorb blood.
They say the study highlights a broader problem, with women vastly overlooked when it comes to adequate and effective baseline testing of…
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