FEM PATCH TAMPONS WITH TUMERIC AND LAVENDER TECHNOLOGY
FEM PATCH TAMPONS are designed to fit your body and its every move for a protective leak barrier. Backup layers expand quickly to attract and lock in fluid for better protection.
TUMERIC & LAVENDER LINER: Turmeric or Curcumin is a bright-yellow compound isolated from the root of Curcuma longa plant, which is a member of the ginger family. Tumeric and Lavender have both anti-inflammatory and antibiotic properties. Tumeric also helps in reducing the swelling of the vagina and controls bacteria. Our pads have been coated with a thin layer of 100% organic and natural tumeric and lavender extract.
6 Tampons/order, Size Small
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The earliest historical evidence of tampon use can be found in ancient Egyptian medical records that described tampons comprised of material derived from the papyrus plant. In the fifth century B.C., Greek women fashioned their protection by wrapping lint around a small piece of wood, according to writings of Hippocrates, a Greek physician. The Romans, meanwhile, used wool. Other materials have included paper, vegetable fibers, sponges, grass and cotton. A physician named Dr. Earle Haas patented and invented the modern-day tampon (with applicator). He came up with the idea during a trip to California, where a friend told him how she was able to improvise a more comfortable and effective alternative to the commonly used and bulky external pads by simply inserting a piece of sponge on the inside, rather than outside. The modern day tampon was born.