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Eco-friendly Cloth Menstrual Pads Are Trendy in Japan


When it comes to feminine hygiene products, especially sanitary pads, Japanese manufacturers are probably the most advanced in terms of technology. Japanese disposable sanitary pads are super thin, just like a piece of a printing paper, yet surprisingly absorbent. However, sophisticated Japanese consumers are switching, more and more to cloth menstrual pads, especially organic cloth menstrual pads. Why? It's because they know that there is something untold about those ultra thin disposable female hygiene products.

As more women get conscious about what are used in their hygiene products, the demand of organic cloth menstrual pads has increased. Sckoon's cloth menstrual pads are presented over 60 retailers/online-retailers in Japan, and out of 33 countries that Sckoon organics exports its products, Japan is the largest market outside of US.

Recently Sckoon Organic Cloth Menstrual Pads were featured in two major magazines in Japan. Both of them emphasizes how pretty the color of organic cotton prints of Sckoon, dyed with metal free, environmentally friendly dyes. One of the strongest advantages of Sckoon cloth menstrual pads is they are all certified organic cotton products. Unlike other cloth menstrual pads that partially organic, Sckoon cloth menstrual pads are made of 100% organic cotton (other than built-in polyurethane sheet which doesn't touch the skin) and certified organic as the final products.

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Now Sckoon organics is the No.1 import brand of organic cotton cloth menstrual pads in Japan, and the number of demands are increasing every month.

Aly Sanger


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