How does a pad work?

The top layer of the pad has a soft surface to protect your skin. The design of Libra Pads allows fluid to seep in, but not out. Under this surface lies the core. It absorbs all your menstrual blood, locking it securely into the pad. The bottom layer prevents leakage from the bottom. The pad also has adhesive strips on the underside, plus wings which help to keep the pad securely in place.

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