Where is the place of origin?


Sanitary napkins are produced at the factory in Japan, and panty liners are produced at the factory in Korea.


Why are the panty liners produced in Korea?


Because panty liners are general products, there's no problem even if the surface is not white. Therefore, we wanted to produce unbleached panty liners using organic cotton. We looked for a factory in Japan that could meet our specifications, but we couldn't find any. For this reason, we partnered with a maker in Korea that produces organic sanitary goods to manufacture our panty liners.


Is every part made with natural materials?


Only the top sheets (the part that touches your skin) are made with 100% cotton.


Why is bleached cotton used in sanitary goods whereas non-bleached cotton is used in the panty liner?


Since sanitary goods are a quasi-drug, the surface of those products must be white. Therefore, they are bleached.


What are the black dots on the surface of panty liners?


These are cotton shells. Because the cotton on panty liners is not bleached, you can see the black dots.


What absorbent material is used instead of super-absorbent polymers?


Cotton-like pulp, crushed pulp that's shaped into a cotton form (wood-derived), is used.


Doesn't it leak?


There's no worry of leakage, as anti-leaking film is used. *This doesn't mean that side-leaks won't occur as a result of twisting.


Will there be sanitary napkins with wings for night use?


We're in the middle of product development so that we can start selling such a product by the fall of 2015.