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U by Kotex® Security® Liners Extra Coverage


Ingredients and Purposes


All ingredients are listed by order of predominance, meaning that the largest concentration of an ingredient is listed at the top and it moves down by amount.



INGREDIENTS PURPOSE
Wood Pulp The main component of our tissue and towel products. In our absorbent hygiene products, it helps absorb wetness and store it away.
Polypropylene A common material in fibers and films. Used to deliver softness, durability, and protection.
Hydrocarbon Resin A component of an adhesive.
Polyethylene A common material used in fibers and films. We use it to deliver softness, breathability, and protection. In a cosmetic, it can also be used to help keep a lotion thick.
Pigment White 6 A colorant used to color a material or in a printing ink to provide a decorative design. The colorants we use are evaluated to ensure they are safe and non-sensitizing.
Water Used as a liquid base of a product, helps keep ingredients combined, and helps clean skin. It can also be a component of many materials.
Styrene/Isoprene Copolymer A main component used in an adhesive.
Hydrogenated Mineral Oil A clear odorless liquid that is used in cosmetics and adhesives.
Sorbitan Oleate Applied to materials or fibers to enhance the feel, breathability, absorbency, or the ability of a material to repel fluid.
PEG-10 Hydrogenated Castor Oil Applied to materials or fibers to enhance the feel, breathability, absorbency, or the ability of a material to repel fluid.
PEG-10 Castor Oil Applied to materials or fibers to enhance the feel, breathability, absorbency, or the ability of a material to repel fluid.
PEG-10 Oleate Applied to materials or fibers to enhance the feel, breathability, absorbency, or the ability of a material to repel fluid.
PEG-15 Cocoate Applied to materials or fibers to enhance the feel, breathability, absorbency, or the ability of a material to repel fluid.
Diethylhexyl Sodium Sulfosuccinate Applied to materials or fibers to enhance the feel, breathability, absorbency, or the ability of a material to repel fluid.