Care4 Hygiene

Sanitary Pads

Fem hygiene PERIODS! A normal vaginal bleeding that is a natural part of a healthy monthly cycle for a women. Women go through a lot of discomfort, irritation, and painful menstrual cramps during this phase. Care4 is proud to bring a range of menstrual hygiene products with the promise to protect women from any period infection.

Care4 Fem hygiene products are manufactured considering Indian weather conditions. Our sanitary napkins are manufactured using special non-woven material so that women can experience rash free periods. We have a state of the art facility located in Amritsar, Punjab where we produce all kinds of Sanitary napkins, such as fluff and ultra.

Equipped with fully automatic Servo machines, highly skilled employees, well-equipped laboratory, and backed by a strong R&D unit,Care4 focuses on making high quality sanitary napkins – catering to generic and specific needs of consumers. We manufacture both fluff based and ultra-thin napkins embedded with customised features available in different sizes (regular, large and extra-large). As an industry leader in India, we try to stay one step ahead of the market by innovating, experimenting, and developing newer products.

Our Feminine Care Range

Ultra Super Soft

Ultra Super Soft

Feminine care

Feminine care

Features

1

Has cotton soft dry cover to ease walking and excercising

2

Absorb and retain 3 times more fluid than any other regular pad**

3

Has gel lock technology which absorbs fluid faster while innermost layers lock the fluid into gel

4

Elastic Waist Band

Prevents and neutralizes the smell to provide you round the clock freshness

frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Use

Care4 pads are simple to apply. Easy to understand instructions are printed on the lower back side of the pack. Just peel off the release paper from the back of pad and stick the pad on the crotch area of the pant. Then,press firmly and peel off the release paper from the wings while folding the wings around the sides of the panty which will stick finely.

Buy

Care4 pads are available at most of the local retail outlets, kiryana and chemists.

Periods?

Period is a release of blood from the uterus of female and out through her vagina which may be a sign that she is getting close to the end of puberty.
A period happens due to changes in the body hormones. Hormones are known as chemical messengers. The ovaries release the female hormones namely progesterone and estrogen. These cause the lining of the uterus or womb to build up. Then, built-up lining is ready for a fertilized egg to attach to and start developing thereafter. If there is no fertilized egg, the lining breaks down and bleeds. Then the same process happens over and over again.

When Do Periods Start Or Stop?

Usually, periods start between the ages of 9 – 15 years. Most women have a menstrual cycle once after every 28 days. Initially, it can vary from 3 weeks to 6 weeks before the next cycle When women reach around age 45‒55 they have menopause and periods will permanently stop. Women also have no periods while they are pregnant.

Should I Watch out for any Problems?

A lot many girls don’t have any problems with their periods. But call your doctor if you:

  • are 15 and haven’t started your period as of now
  • have had your period for more than 1.5 years and it’s irregular
  • have excessive blood clots in between periods
  • have severe cramps that don’t get better even after painkillers 
  • periods that last more than 7 days

Foods To Eat

Fruits

Water-rich fruits like watermelon and cucumber can be great source for keeping body hydrated. Also, sweet fruits can help you curb your sugar cravings which can cause your glucose levels to spike and then finally crash.

 

 Leafy green vegetables

It’s common to experience a dip in your iron levels during your period, particularly if your menstrual flow is too heavy. This can lead to fatigue, extreme bodily pain , and even dizziness. Leafy green vegetables can boost your body iron levels as they are rich source of magnesium.

Ginger

Warm cup of ginger tea can improve many symptoms of menstruation. Ginger has anti-inflammatory effects which  soothes achy muscles and also reduce nausea. Many studies confirm that ginger effectively reduced nausea and vomiting during the first few weeks of pregnancy. Since it’s safe and relatively and hence worth trying.

Turmeric

An anti-inflammatory spice, and curcumin is its active ingredient.  People who take curcumin have mild stomach ache.

Dark chocolate

Rich in iron, magnesium, tasty, and beneficial snack. A 100-gram bar of 85 percent dark chocolate contains 66 percent of the recommended daily intake (RDI) for iron and 57 percent of the RDI for magnesium that can reduce the severity of PMS symptoms.

Foods to avoid

Salt

Bloating is due to consumption of lots of salt that leads to water retention. In order to reduce bloating, add less salt to your foods and do not consume processed foods that contain a lot of sodium.

Sugar

Eating too much of sugar can cause a spike in energy followed by a crash which worsens your mood. If you tend to feel depressed during your period, keeping a note of sugar intake can help regulate your mood.

Alcohol

Alcohol can dehydrate you, which can cause bloating and worsen headaches. It can also lead to diarrhea and vomiting so one must limit alcohol consumption during periods.

Coffee

Water retention and bloating are caused by Caffeine intake. Although caffeine withdrawal can cause headaches, too, so don’t cut out coffee if you’re used to having two cups a day. Coffee might cause issues in digestion so reducing your coffee intake could stop this

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