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  • Feminine Hygiene Products Market AnalysisAsia Pacific feminine hygiene products market has experienced diversified trends across countries such as Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.
  • Japan start to make the restriction of sanitary napkin after baby diapersJapan Goo.n Products housing restriction policy cause a sensation, and some of sanitary napkin start to restrict recently. And why carry out this policy?Firstly, Japan business construction is really unique, because they have very strict procedure for the manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers. Manufacturer only sell the products to the big wholesaler which they are approval, and the wholesaler distribute to every retail shops, and sell them to the customers. Through this system, manufacturer could be control the raw material, production, stock and keep the stable price for the market.
  • Disadvantages of Using Washable DiapersWashable diapers are cloth diapers made of natural material. However,there are several disadvantages of using a washable diaper.
  • Aakar built a campaign to escalate the menstrual taboo in IndiaHow Aakar has built a campaign to escalate the conversation about menstrual hygiene in India
  • GOONJ cares Indian women68% of rural women cannot afford sanitary napkins says global information and measurement company AC Nielsen according to a recent study.
  • A country man give India a sanitary napkin revolutionA school dropout from a poor family in southern India has revolutionized menstrual health for rural women in developing countries by inventing a simple machine they can use to make cheap sanitary pads.
  • Adult diapers a surprising new trend among Japanese womenMost toddlers can feel a sense of accomplishment when they graduate to the big boy or girl potty, but some people in Japan voluntarily going back to wearing diapers.Japanese media report the trend of wearing adult diapers is becoming increasingly popular, especially for women looking to save time.
  • Disposing of Disposable Diapers: Scientists Grow Mushrooms on ThemDisposable diapers are made of some of the most indestructible materials on Earth, but a group of researchers has found a way to degrade the soiled garments: by growing mushrooms on them. The scientists grew the oyster mushroom Pleurotus ostreatus on a substance made from used diapers, and were able to reduce the diaper's weight and volume by up to 80 percent, according to a news statement.


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