DUBLIN, April 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- ResearchAndMarkets.com published a new article on the women's health industry, "Women's Health sees 215% Growth as Consumers Stock-up on Essentials"
Feminine hygiene products have seen a surge in demand as consumers gather essential hygiene products in preparation for COVID-19 lockdown. There has also been increased interest in reusable alternatives to sanitary pads and tampons such as menstrual cups as consumers are concerned about shortages of disposable products.
In the United States, there has also been a rise in users of monthly subscription services that deliver feminine hygiene products to consumers homes. The growing demand for feminine hygiene products has also led to a rise in demand for the raw materials, such as softwood pulp, needed to manufacture them. 64 million tonnes of pulp were produced last year and the manufacture of sanitary pads and tampons can require up to 6 million tonnes.
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