Jewel Sanitary Napkins (JSN), a U.S-based company, launched its graphene-enhanced sanitary napkins on June 1st, 2019. In the several months since then (at the time of writing this article), the Company reportedly made over $600,000 from selling the $6 product.

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The sanitary napkins come in four variations: very light panty liners, moderate flow sanitary napkins, heavy flow sanitary napkins and super heavy flow sanitary napkins. The graphene, said by the company to be a proprietary blend, is found in a single strip placed in the center of the pad (pad design can be viewed at jewelpads.com).

JSN shares that the graphene in the pads bestows many benefits such as helping with dysmenorrhea (painful abdominal cramps), fatigue, metabolism, bacteria, aroma, immune system and moving heat away from the core.

In addition, reports suggest that the customer experience has been superb as the Company received numerous rave reviews from more than 25,000 women that have had a chance to use the Jewel Sanitary Napkins (testimonies can be viewed at jewelpads.com).



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A report from the World Health Organization indicates that within two hours of a woman putting on traditional pads, about 107 different germs per cubic centimeter develop on the surface area of the pad. When pressure is applied to the pad through sitting, the pad allows a "back flow" of the blood into the woman's reproductive system because paper is not absorbent enough. With all of the germs that may have developed and the chemicals in the pads, this could possibly lead to an infection in the woman’s reproductive system. Not knowing what to do or what may be happening to them, the woman simply takes this as normal menstrual discomfort, when in fact it is not.

Studies have shown that most sanitary pads on the market are produced from recycled paper materials that contain print ink and chlorine. Pads and tampons with odor neutralizers are virtually a chemical soup. These harmful chemicals and bacteria getting into the bloodstream is the leading cause of toxic shock syndrome (TSS).

The company is also tackling incontinence suffered by men and women alike. A quarter to a third of men and women in the U.S. suffer from urinary incontinence. About 33 million Americans have overactive bladders (OAB) presenting symptoms of urgency, frequency and urge incontinence.

For more information and for an on-line shop, visit jewelpads.com!

This is a sponsored post by Jewel Sanitary Napkins

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