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JP5842037B1
JP5842037B1 JP2014157390A JP2014157390A JP5842037B1 JP 5842037 B1 JP5842037 B1 JP 5842037B1 JP 2014157390 A JP2014157390 A JP 2014157390A JP 2014157390 A JP2014157390 A JP 2014157390A JP 5842037 B1 JP5842037 B1 JP 5842037B1
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俊久 林
俊久 林
規世子 西村
規世子 西村
隆宏 植田
隆宏 植田
あゆみ 盛岡
あゆみ 盛岡
太郎 入戸野
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61FFILTERS IMPLANTABLE INTO BLOOD VESSELS; PROSTHESES; DEVICES PROVIDING PATENCY TO, OR PREVENTING COLLAPSING OF, TUBULAR STRUCTURES OF THE BODY, e.g. STENTS; ORTHOPAEDIC, NURSING OR CONTRACEPTIVE DEVICES; FOMENTATION; TREATMENT OR PROTECTION OF EYES OR EARS; BANDAGES, DRESSINGS OR ABSORBENT PADS; FIRST-AID KITS
    • A61F13/00Bandages or dressings; Absorbent pads
    • A61F13/15Absorbent pads, e.g. sanitary towels, swabs or tampons for external or internal application to the body; Supporting or fastening means therefor; Tampon applicators
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61FFILTERS IMPLANTABLE INTO BLOOD VESSELS; PROSTHESES; DEVICES PROVIDING PATENCY TO, OR PREVENTING COLLAPSING OF, TUBULAR STRUCTURES OF THE BODY, e.g. STENTS; ORTHOPAEDIC, NURSING OR CONTRACEPTIVE DEVICES; FOMENTATION; TREATMENT OR PROTECTION OF EYES OR EARS; BANDAGES, DRESSINGS OR ABSORBENT PADS; FIRST-AID KITS
    • A61F13/00Bandages or dressings; Absorbent pads
    • A61F13/15Absorbent pads, e.g. sanitary towels, swabs or tampons for external or internal application to the body; Supporting or fastening means therefor; Tampon applicators
    • A61F13/45Absorbent pads, e.g. sanitary towels, swabs or tampons for external or internal application to the body; Supporting or fastening means therefor; Tampon applicators characterised by the shape
    • A61F13/47Sanitary towels, incontinence pads or napkins
    • A61F13/472Sanitary towels, incontinence pads or napkins specially adapted for female use

Abstract

Provided is a sanitary napkin package that is less liable to volatilize before use and that reduces fragrance from adhering to a user's bag. Use of a sanitary napkin having a liquid-permeable surface layer, a liquid-impermeable back layer having an adhesive portion, and an absorber provided between the surface layer and the back layer A sheet member sometimes removed from the sanitary napkin, wherein at least a part of the sheet member is folded inside the sanitary napkin and the sanitary napkin is folded. In the sanitary napkin package including a packaging material to be packaged, a perfume region to which a fragrance is attached is provided in the part. [Selection] Figure 3

Description

  The present invention relates to an absorbent article package.

  There is an absorbent article packaging body (hereinafter referred to as a sanitary napkin packaging body) in which an absorbent article such as a sanitary napkin is folded and individually wrapped with a packaging material. There has been known a method of giving a user a feeling of relaxation or changing a mood by adding a scent to a predetermined part of such a sanitary napkin package. For example, Patent Document 1 discloses a technique for perfume a sanitary napkin package by applying a perfume to a perfume release sheet (separator).

JP 2007-252886 A

However, in Patent Document 1, since the scented release sheet is on the outside of the sanitary napkin, the scent may be easily transferred to the outside, and the scent volatilizes before use or the user puts it in a bag or the like. There is a problem that it adheres to the user's bag etc. during transportation.

  The present invention has been made in view of the above problems, and makes it difficult to transfer the scent of the absorbent article package to the outside, thereby reducing the volatilization of the scent before use. The purpose is to prevent the fragrance from adhering to etc.

The main invention for achieving the above object is:
Absorbent article having a liquid-permeable surface layer, a liquid-impermeable back layer having an adhesive portion, and an absorber provided between the surface layer and the back layer, and the absorbent when used A sheet member to be removed from the article, wherein at least a part is provided inside the absorbent article folded with the surface layer inside;
An absorbent article package comprising a packaging material for packaging the folded absorbent article, wherein the part is provided with a perfume region to which a fragrance is attached. It is.
Other features of the present invention will become apparent from the description of the present specification and the accompanying drawings.

  According to the present invention, the fragrance area is not exposed from the folded sanitary napkin because the fragrance region is not exposed from the folded sanitary napkin package, thereby reducing the volatilization of the fragrance and making it difficult for the fragrance to transfer to the cocoon. be able to.

1 is an exploded perspective view illustrating a configuration of a sanitary napkin package 1. FIG. Drawing 2A-Drawing 2C are figures explaining how to fold sanitary napkin packing object 1 in a 1st embodiment. FIG. 3A and FIG. 3B are diagrams illustrating the perfume unit 51 in the first embodiment. FIG. 4 is a diagram illustrating a first modification of the first embodiment. FIG. 5A to FIG. 5C are diagrams for explaining how to fold the sanitary napkin package 1 in the second modification of the first embodiment. FIG. 6A and FIG. 6B are diagrams illustrating the perfume unit 51 in Modification 2 of the first embodiment. Drawing 7A-Drawing 7C are figures explaining how to fold sanitary napkin packing object 1 in a 2nd embodiment. FIG. 8A and FIG. 8B are diagrams illustrating the aroma unit 51 in the second embodiment. FIG. 9A and FIG. 9B are diagrams illustrating the perfume unit 51 in the third embodiment. FIG. 10A and FIG. 10B are diagrams illustrating the perfume unit 51 in the fourth embodiment. FIG. 11A to FIG. 11D are views for explaining how to fold the sanitary napkin package 1 in the fifth embodiment. FIG. 12 is a diagram illustrating the aroma unit 51 in the fifth embodiment.

At least the following matters will become apparent from the description of the present specification and the accompanying drawings.
Absorbent article having a liquid-permeable surface layer, a liquid-impermeable back layer having an adhesive portion, and an absorber provided between the surface layer and the back layer, and the absorbent when used A sheet member to be removed from an article, wherein at least a part of the sheet member is folded inside with the surface layer inside, and the packaging material that wraps the folded absorbent article. An absorbent article packaging body comprising: a perfume region to which a fragrance is attached.

  According to such an absorbent article package, since the scented area is not exposed from the folded absorbent article, the fragrance volatilization is reduced, and the fragrance is reduced. Can be made difficult to move.

  Such an absorbent article packaging body, wherein the absorbent article has a length direction and a width direction orthogonal to the length direction, and has a wing portion extending in the width direction when opened, and the wing portion It is desirable that the perfume region is provided in a region that does not come into contact with the adhesive portion of the wing portion when folded with the surface layer inside.

  According to such an absorbent article packaging body, it is possible to reduce a decrease in adhesive force caused by mixing the adhesive and the fragrance of the adhesive part.

  In this absorbent article packaging body, the first surface of the sheet member has a region in contact with the adhesive portion of the wing portion, and the perfume region is on the opposite side of the first surface of the sheet member. It is desirable to be provided on the second surface which is a surface.

  According to such an absorbent article packaging body, it is possible to reduce the fear that the adhesive and the fragrance are mixed.

  In such an absorbent article packaging body, it is desirable that an overlapping region where the sheet members overlap is formed by folding the sheet member, and the perfume region is provided inside the overlapping region.

  According to such an absorbent article packaging body, since the scented area is not exposed from the folded sheet member, the scent is less liable to transfer and the scent volatilization can be reduced.

  In such an absorbent article package, when the overlapping direction of the folded absorbent articles is defined as the vertical direction, the perfume region is provided on the upper surface of the part of the sheet member. The first region of the absorbent article is disposed above the first region of the packaging material, the portion of the sheet member is disposed above the first region of the absorbent article, and the top of the portion. A second region different from the first region of the packaging material is disposed in the direction, and a second region different from the first region of the absorbent article is disposed above the second region of the packaging material, It is desirable that a third region different from the first region and the second region of the packaging material is disposed above the second region of the absorbent article.

  According to such an absorbent article packaging body, the perfume region on the upper surface of the sheet member is absorbed compared to the lower surface of the sheet member covered with the absorbent article and the packaging material. Because it is covered with an additional layer of packaging material in addition to the product and packaging material, the scented area will be covered with more members, making it difficult for the scent to move to the cocoon and preventing the fragrance from volatilizing Can be done.

  In such an absorbent article package, it is desirable that the perfume region is provided in a region that does not come into contact with an adhesive portion that bonds the sheet member and the packaging material.

  According to such an absorbent article packaging body, it is possible to reduce a decrease in adhesive force caused by mixing an adhesive that bonds the sheet member and the packaging material with a fragrance.

=== First Embodiment ===
<Configuration of sanitary napkin package>
A sanitary napkin package 1 will be described as an example of an individual package in which absorbent articles are individually packaged. In the following description, a sanitary napkin will be described as an example of the absorbent article. However, the absorbent article of the present embodiment also includes a so-called cage sheet (for example, a panty liner) and the like. It is not limited. FIG. 1 is an exploded perspective view illustrating the configuration of the sanitary napkin package 1. Drawing 2A-Drawing 2C are figures explaining how to fold sanitary napkin packing object 1 in a 1st embodiment. FIG. 3A to FIG. 3C are diagrams illustrating the perfume unit 51 in the first embodiment.

  The sanitary napkin package 1 includes a sanitary napkin 10, a packaging sheet 20, a separator 30, and a sheet member 50. In the following description, each direction is defined as shown in FIG. That is, the direction along the product longitudinal direction of the sanitary napkin 10 is defined as a “length direction”. The length direction has a “front side” and a “rear side”. The “front side” is a direction that becomes the stomach side of the user when the sanitary napkin 10 is used, and the “rear side” is a direction that becomes the back side of the user when the sanitary napkin 10 is used. Further, a direction along the product width direction in a direction orthogonal to the length direction is defined as a “width direction”. Further, the overlapping direction of the sanitary napkins is defined as “vertical direction” (FIG. 2 and the like). The vertical direction has “upper side” and “lower side”. This “upper side” is a direction that is on the skin side of the user when the sanitary napkin 10 is used, and “lower side” is a direction that is on the non-skin side of the user.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the sanitary napkin package 1 includes a packaging sheet 20, a separator 30, a sanitary napkin 10, and a sheet member 50 that are stacked in order from the bottom. In this state, as shown in FIGS. 2A to 2C, the sanitary napkin 10 is individually folded and the sanitary napkin package 1 is formed by folding the sanitary napkin 10 inside. Details of how to fold the sanitary napkin package 1 will be described later. In the present embodiment, the packaging material 40 is configured by the packaging sheet 20 and the separator 30, but the separator 30 is not an essential component, and only the packaging sheet 20 can be used as the packaging material 40.

(Sanitary napkin 10)
A sanitary napkin 10 (hereinafter also simply referred to as “napkin 10”) absorbs liquid 11, a surface layer 12 covering the absorber 11 from the user's skin side, and absorbs from the user's non-skin side. The back surface layer 13 that covers the body 11 and the wing portion 15 that extends outward from both ends in the width direction in the vicinity of the center portion in the length direction of the front surface layer 12 and the back surface layer 13.

  The absorbent body 11 is a longitudinally long member along the length direction, and includes hydrophilic fibers, pulp, and the like, and can efficiently absorb and retain a liquid such as a body fluid. The absorbent body 11 may be formed by laminating hydrophilic fibers or powders by the airlaid method, or may be an airlaid sheet obtained by forming hydrophilic fibers or powders into a sheet shape by the airlaid method.

  The surface layer 12 is a liquid-permeable sheet member that allows liquid such as body fluid to pass through, and is formed of, for example, a nonwoven fabric. However, the material is not particularly limited as long as it is a sheet member having a structure that allows liquid to pass therethrough and is a safe member when coming into contact with the user's skin when the napkin 10 is used. For example, a woven fabric or a mesh sheet may be used. The surface layer 12 is larger than the absorber 11 in the length direction and the width direction, and can cover the entire region of the absorber 11.

  The back layer 13 is a non-liquid permeable sheet member, for example, a breathable resin film bonded to a non-woven fabric such as a film mainly made of polyethylene or propylene, a breathable resin film, spunbond, or spunlace. Formed by a sheet. Since the back surface layer 13 is non-liquid permeable, the liquid absorbed through the surface layer 12 and absorbed by the absorbent body 11 when the napkin 10 is used oozes out to the clothing side (non-skin side) such as underwear. It is suppressed. The back surface layer 13 has substantially the same shape as the surface layer 12 and desirably has such flexibility that does not cause the user to feel uncomfortable when using the napkin 10.

  An adhesive portion 131 is formed on the lower side of the back surface layer 13 in the vertical direction. The adhesive part 131 is a part having a function of sticking the napkin 10 to the user's underwear when the napkin 10 is used so that the position does not shift.

  The wing part 15 has a wing part adhesive part 151 formed on the back layer 13 side on the lower side in the vertical direction. After the adhesive part 131 of the napkin 10 is attached to the inside of the crotch part of the underwear, the wing part 15 is folded back and attached to the end of the crotch part of the user's underwear by the wing part adhesive part 151. In this way, the wing part 15 is disposed between the crotch end and the thigh of the user's underwear. The wing part 15 is not an essential component of the sanitary napkin 10, but the use of the wing part 15 prevents the end of the user's undergarment from becoming dirty, and allows the napkin 10 to be worn stably without being displaced. Can be supported.

  The adhesive part 131 and the wing part adhesive part 151 are formed by applying an adhesive such as a hot melt adhesive (hereinafter also referred to as HMA) to a predetermined region. The HMA that forms the adhesive part 131 and the wing adhesive part 151 is not to be easily peeled off or displaced when the napkin 10 is used, and from the underwear after the napkin 10 is used. When removed, it is applied with a basis weight such that HMA does not remain on the underwear side (that is, no adhesive residue occurs).

  The napkin 10 is formed by joining the peripheral edges of the front surface layer 12 and the back surface layer 13 with the absorber 11 sandwiched in the vertical direction.

(Packaging sheet 20)
The packaging sheet 20 is a sheet-like packaging member for individually packaging the napkin 10 and is a member that is removed when the napkin 10 is used. Examples of the material of the packaging sheet 20 include various films such as a plastic film and a nylon film, a nonwoven fabric, a film obtained by laminating a nonwoven fabric, and the like.

  The packaging sheet 20 of this embodiment is rectangular, and has a size that can cover the entire napkin 10 when the napkin 10 is folded (see FIG. 2).

(Separator 30)
The separator 30 is a sheet-like member disposed between the adhesive portion 131 formed on the back layer 13 of the napkin 10 and the packaging sheet 20 (FIG. 3A and the like). The separator 30 is opposed to the back surface layer 13 of the napkin 10 via the adhesive portion 131 on the peeling surface 31 and is bonded to the packaging sheet 20 on the surface opposite to the peeling surface 31.

  The peeling surface 31 has been peeled using silicon resin or the like, and is attached to the adhesive portion 131 of the napkin 10 so as to be peelable. Since the peeling process is known, a description thereof will be omitted.

  By arranging the separator 30 between the adhesive part 131 of the napkin 10 and the packaging sheet 20, an adhesive (for example, HMA) that forms the adhesive part 131 is attached to the packaging sheet 20 before the napkin 10 is used. In addition, it is suppressed that the adhesiveness of the adhesive portion 131 is weakened, and the adhesive portion 131 is protected. And when using the napkin 10, by peeling off the packaging sheet 20 from the napkin 10, the separator 30 adhere | attached on the packaging sheet 20 can be removed with the packaging sheet 20, and the adhesive part 131 can be exposed easily. it can.

  In addition, the separator 30 does not necessarily need to be provided when the packaging sheet 20 can be affixed to the adhesive part 131 of the napkin 10 so that the packaging sheet 20 can be peeled.

(Sheet member 50)
The sheet member 50 is a sheet member disposed on the napkin 10 (FIG. 1 and the like). The size of the sheet member 50 in the present embodiment is shorter than the width of the napkin 10 in which the wings 15 are folded, and shorter than between the first fold F1 and the second fold F2 (see below). In addition, the sheet member 50 has a scented portion 51 that is a (scented) region to which a fragrance is attached.

  Furthermore, the sheet member 50 can be provided with a function of protecting the wing adhesive portion 151 disposed on the back surface layer side of the wing portion 15 by using a sheet that has been subjected to the same peeling process as the separator 30. . Thus, the sheet member 50 is affixed to the wing adhesive portion 151 so as to be peelable, and the adhesive (HMA or the like) of the wing adhesive portion 151 is prevented from adhering to other parts, and the wing adhesive The surface of the part 151 can be protected.

<How to fold sanitary napkin packaging 1>
Next, how to fold the sanitary napkin package 1 will be described with reference to FIGS. 2A to 2C. FIG. 2A is a diagram illustrating the sanitary napkin packaging body 1 in a state where the wing part 15 is folded and the wing part adhesive part 151 is exposed on the upper side (skin side) in the vertical direction and is unfolded in the length direction. . In the sanitary napkin packaging body 1 in a state of being developed in the length direction, the packaging sheet 20, the separator 30, the napkin 10, and the sheet member 50 are arranged so as to overlap from below as described above. Moreover, as FIG. 2A shows, about the edge part of the length direction of the packaging sheet 20, let the length direction front side edge part be 20ea, and let the length direction rear side edge part be 20eb.

  In the present embodiment, the sanitary napkin package 1 is provided with a first fold F1 and a second fold F2 along the width direction. The first fold F1 is disposed on the rear side of the center in the length direction of the napkin 10, and the packaging sheet 20, the separator 30, and the napkin 10 are bent together with the first fold F1 as a base point. The second fold F2 is disposed in front of the center in the length direction of the napkin 10, and the packaging sheet 20, the separator 30, and the napkin 10 are bent together with the second fold F2 as a base point.

  FIG. 2B is a diagram illustrating how the sanitary napkin package 1 is folded. First, the sanitary napkin packaging body 1 in a state where the sanitary napkin package 1 is unfolded in the lengthwise direction is folded with the first fold F1 as a base point so that the surface layer 12 of the napkin 10 is inside. That is, the sanitary napkin packaging body 1 is folded in the length direction so that the lengthwise rear end portion 20eb of the packaging sheet 20 is located in the region between the first fold line F1 and the second fold line F2. As a result, the surface layers 12 of the napkin 10 face each other through the sheet member 50 in the folded portion. Subsequently, the sanitary napkin package 1 is bent with the second fold F2 as a base point so that the surface layer 12 of the napkin 10 is on the inside. That is, the sanitary napkin packaging body 1 is folded in the length direction so that the front end 20ea in the length direction of the packaging sheet 20 is located in a region between the first fold F1 and the second fold F2.

  FIG. 2C is a diagram illustrating the sanitary napkin package 1 in a folded state. The sanitary napkin package 1 is folded with the first fold line F1 and the second fold line F2 as the base points, so that the napkin 10 is covered with the wrapping sheet 20 as shown in FIG. 2C, and the sheet member 50 is exposed. Without being done, the sanitary napkin package 1 is stored inside. In this state, both end portions in the width direction of the packaging sheet 20 are sealed along the length direction, and the seal region 27 is formed. The seal region 27 is formed using a known sealing means such as ultrasonic welding or heat welding. Thereby, the folded packaging sheets 20 are joined at both ends in the width direction, and the sanitary napkin package 1 is maintained in a folded state as shown in FIG. 2C. Moreover, the fixing tape 28 is affixed on the width direction center part of the packaging sheet 20 so that the length direction front side edge part 20ea may be straddled. The fixing tape 28 is detachably attached to the outer surface of the packaging sheet 20, and prevents the packaging sheet 20 from peeling off or the sanitary napkin packaging body 1 from spreading before the napkin 10 is used. . For this reason, volatilization of the fragrance | flavor of the fragrance | flavor part 51 of the sheet | seat member 50 can be reduced, and it can suppress that a fragrance transfers outside.

  When the user uses the napkin 10, first, the fixing tape 28 is peeled off, and the sanitary napkin package 1 is developed to the state shown in FIG. 2A so as to peel off the portion sealed by the seal region 27. At this time, the sheet member 50 appears, and the user can feel the scent of the fragrance added to the sheet member 50. Then, the packaging sheet 20 and the separator 30 are separated from the napkin 10 by pulling the packaging sheet 20 to the opposite side with respect to the napkin body 10. Thereby, the back surface layer 13 and the adhesion part 131 of the napkin 10 are exposed, and the napkin 10 is in a usable state.

<About the perfume part 51>
In the present embodiment, in the state where the sanitary napkin packaging body 1 is folded (the state shown in FIG. 2C), the sheet member 50 provided with the fragrance portion 51 to which the fragrance is attached (perfumed) in a predetermined area is provided. It is arranged at the center of the napkin 10. That is, the sheet member 50 is disposed between the first fold F1 and the second fold F2 so as to cover the folded wing adhesive portion 151 of the napkin 10.

  In the present embodiment, the sheet member 50 is not exposed when the sanitary napkin package 1 is folded (the state shown in FIG. 2C). That is, since the aromatizing part 51 is covered with the napkin 10 and the packaging material 40 (the packaging sheet 20 and the separator 30) until the sanitary napkin package 1 is opened, it is possible to reduce the volatilization of the fragrance and to the outside. The scent can be reduced. In particular, when a film or an SMS nonwoven fabric (spunbond-meltblown-spunbond nonwoven fabric) is used as the material of the packaging sheet 20, a remarkable effect can be obtained. This is because the surface of the film and the melt blown layer of the SMS nonwoven fabric have the property of not allowing perfume particles to permeate. In addition, as a method of attaching a fragrance (attaching a fragrance | flavor) to the sheet member 50, the method of apply | coating the liquid (for example, fragrance | flavor ink) containing a fragrance | flavor on the surface of the sheet member 50 using liquid discharge apparatuses, such as an inkjet printer, for example Is mentioned.

  Care should be taken with respect to the region of the sheet member 50 where the scented portion 51 is formed. A part of the region of the sheet member 50 is in contact with the wing adhesive portion 151 of the folded wing 15. An adhesive such as HMA is applied to the wing adhesive portion 151. When this HMA or the like comes into contact with the fragrance of the scented portion 51, the resin constituting the HMA reacts with the oil component contained in the fragrance. Thus, the adhesive strength of the HMA may be reduced, and the wing adhesive portion 151 may not be firmly attached to the underwear. Further, there is a possibility that “glue residue” that HMA separates from the wing adhesive part 151 and adheres to the undergarment and stains the undergarment. Therefore, in this embodiment, the scent part 51 is provided in the area | region which does not contact the wing | blade part adhesion part 151 among the sheet members 50. FIG.

  FIG. 3A is a plan view of the sanitary napkin package 1 as viewed from above in the up-down direction, and FIG. 3B is a schematic cross-sectional view showing the AA cross section of FIG. 3A. In this case, the upper surface 50 a of the sheet member 50 does not have a region that contacts the wing adhesive portion 151. For this reason, the upper surface 50a of the sheet | seat member 50 can be provided with the upper surface fragrance | flavor part 51a in the whole surface. On the other hand, since the lower surface 50b of the sheet member 50 has a region in contact with the wing adhesive portion 151, if the aroma portion 51 is formed in a region overlapping the wing adhesive portion 151 of the lower surface 50b, the wing adhesive portion 151 is formed. HMA and fragrances are mixed with each other, causing a decrease in adhesive strength. Therefore, the lower surface perfume portion 51b is formed in a region of the lower surface 50b that does not contact the wing portion adhesive portion 151 when overlapped with the wing portion 15. Thereby, it can avoid that HMA etc. of the wing | blade part adhesion part 151, and the fragrance | flavor of the aroma part 51 are mixed.

  In addition, in this embodiment, the fragrance | flavor part 51 may be formed in all the area | regions of the sheet | seat member 50 except the part which is contacting the wing | blade part adhesion part 151, and the fragrance | flavor part 51 is It may be partially formed. Further, the fragrance forming the scented portion 51 does not need to be in a so-called “solid” state, and the fragrance is attached in the form of dots or lines, and the fragrance is added by collecting a plurality of such dots and lines. The incense part 51 may be formed. In this case, since it becomes easy to adjust the quantity of the fragrance | flavor made to adhere per unit area, it becomes possible to adjust the intensity | strength of a fragrance for every area | region in the sanitary napkin package 1.

  Furthermore, it is good also as not providing the lower surface fragrance | flavor part 51b in the lower surface 50b of the sheet | seat member 50. FIG. Since the upper surface 50a of the sheet member 50 does not have a region in contact with the wing portion adhesive portion 151, the upper surface perfume portion 51a can be provided on the upper surface 50a. On the other hand, since the lower surface 50b has a region that comes into contact with the wing adhesive portion 151, when the lower fragrance portion 51b is formed so as to be adjacent to the wing adhesive portion 151, the sheet overlapped with the wing adhesive portion 151. When the position of the member 50 shifts, the adhesive of the wing adhesive section 151 and the fragrance may be mixed. Therefore, by not forming the lower surface scented portion 51b, it is possible to further reduce the possibility that the adhesive and the fragrance of the wing portion adhesive portion 151 are mixed, and to suppress a decrease in adhesive force.

  FIG. 4 is a diagram illustrating a first modification of the first embodiment. The basic configuration is the same as in the first embodiment. However, as shown in FIG. 4, the scented portion 51 is not formed on the lower surface 50b, and further, the scented portion is also applied to the region of the upper surface 50a that is directly behind the portion where the lower surface 50b and the wing portion adhesive portion 151 are in contact. The part 51 is not formed. Thereby, even if the fragrance applied to the upper surface 50a of the sheet member 50 is impregnated (soaked), the fragrance does not reach the wing adhesive portion 151 that is in contact with the lower surface 50b, so that the fragrance and the adhesive may be mixed. Can be reduced.

  As a second modification of the first embodiment, FIGS. 5A to 5C show how to fold the sanitary napkin packaging body 1 of the second modification of the first embodiment. FIGS. 6A and 6B show a modification of the first embodiment. The figure explaining the perfume part 51 in Example 2 is shown. The basic configuration is the same as in the first embodiment. However, the point which uses the packaging sheet 20 long in a length direction and the point which forms the fragrance | flavor part 51 in the area | region of the front side among the upper surfaces 50a of the sheet member 50 differ from the packaging sheet of 1st Embodiment.

  FIG. 5A is a diagram illustrating the sanitary napkin packaging body 1 in a state where the wing portion 15 is folded and the sheet member 50 is overlapped on the upper side in the vertical direction of the wing portion adhesive portion 151 and is unfolded in the length direction. is there. As in the first embodiment, the sanitary napkin package 1 includes a wrapping sheet 20, a separator 30, a napkin 10, and a sheet member 50, and is provided with a first fold F1 and a second fold F2. .

  FIG. 5B is a diagram illustrating how the sanitary napkin package 1 is folded. Similarly to the first embodiment, first, the sanitary napkin packaging body 1 in an unfolded state is bent with the first fold F1 as a base point. At this time, due to the packaging sheet 20 longer than the length of the napkin 10, the longitudinal direction rear end 20eb of the packaging sheet 20 is located on the front side of the sheet member 50 and on the rear side of the second fold F2. Subsequently, the sanitary napkin package 1 is bent using the second fold F2 as a base point, as in the first embodiment.

  FIG. 5C is a diagram illustrating the sanitary napkin package 1 in a folded state. The sanitary napkin package 1 is maintained in a folded state as in the first embodiment. At this time, the sheet member 50 is accommodated inside the sanitary napkin package 1 without being exposed.

  FIG. 6A is a plan view of the sanitary napkin package 1 of FIG. 5A as viewed from above in the vertical direction. The sheet member 50 also plays a role of protecting the wing adhesive portion 151 as in the above-described embodiment, and is located near the center of the sanitary napkin package 1 in a place covering the wing adhesive portion 151. Then, the fragrance portion 51 is provided in the region on the front side in the length direction from the wing portion adhesive portion 151 in the upper surface 50 a of the sheet member 50. As shown in FIG. 5B, when the first fold line F1 is folded as a base point, the lengthwise rear end 20eb of the packaging sheet 20 is positioned close to the second fold line F2, and the fragrance 51 is disposed on the packaging sheet 20. cover.

  FIG. 6B is a schematic cross-sectional view showing the AA cross section of FIG. 5C. 6B, in the vertical direction X, the packaging sheet 20, the separator 30, the napkin 10, the sheet member 50, the perfume portion 51, the packaging sheet 20, the napkin 10, the separator 30, and the packaging sheet 20 are arranged in this order from the bottom. (Excluding the adhesive part 131). Unlike the case where the surface layer 12 of the napkin 10 is positioned on the scented portion 51 in the first embodiment, the packaging sheet 20 is disposed on the scented portion 51. For this reason, the area | region where the perfume part 51 touches the surface layer 12 of the napkin 10 directly reduces. Thereby, the safe napkin 10 to which the fragrance | flavor does not adhere directly can be provided, preventing mixing of HMA etc. of the wing | blade part adhesion part 151, and a fragrance | flavor. Furthermore, since the scent part 51 covered with the packaging sheet 20 is covered with the napkin 10 and the packaging sheet 20 folded by the second fold F2 (see FIG. 6B), the scent attached to the scent part 51 is used. It is possible to prevent the perfume from volatilizing before the sanitary napkin package 1 is opened.

=== Second Embodiment ===
Drawing 7A-Drawing 7C are figures explaining how to fold sanitary napkin packing object 1 in a 2nd embodiment. FIG. 8A and FIG. 8B are diagrams illustrating the aroma unit 51 in the second embodiment. The basic configuration is the same as in the first embodiment, but in the second embodiment, the length of the packaging sheet 20 in the length direction is longer than that of the packaging sheet 20 used in the second modification. The length from the first fold line F1 to the rear end 20eb in the length direction is longer than the length from the first fold line F1 to the second fold line F2. Further, the sheet member 50 is disposed so as to cover the second fold line F2.

  FIG. 7A is a diagram illustrating the sanitary napkin package 1 in a state where the wing portion 15 is folded and the wing portion adhesive portion 151 is unfolded in the length direction with the sheet member 50 being stacked on the upper side in the vertical direction. The sanitary napkin package 1 includes a packaging sheet 20, a separator 30, a napkin 10, and a sheet member 50 that are stacked, and are provided with a first fold F1 and a second fold F2.

  FIG. 7B is a diagram illustrating how the sanitary napkin package 1 is folded. First, the sanitary napkin packaging body 1 in the unfolded state is bent with the first fold line F1 as a base point. At this time, the length of the folded packaging sheet 20 from the first fold F1 to the lengthwise rear end 20eb is longer than the length from the first fold F1 to the second fold F2, and the sheet member 50 is: It arrange | positions so that it may cover on a 2nd crease | fold. For this reason, when the sanitary napkin packaging body 1 is bent next with the second fold F2 as a base point, the packaging sheet 20, the separator 30, the napkin 10, the sheet member 50, and the packaging sheet 20 are joined together from the lower side in the vertical direction. It can be bent.

  FIG. 7C is a diagram illustrating the sanitary napkin package 1 in a folded state. The sanitary napkin package 1 is maintained in a folded state as in the first embodiment. At this time, the sheet member 50 is accommodated inside the sanitary napkin package 1 without being exposed.

  FIG. 8A is a plan view of the sanitary napkin packaging body 1 of FIG. 7A as viewed from above in the vertical direction, and FIG. 8B is a schematic cross-sectional view showing the AA cross section of FIG. 7C. Also in the second embodiment, like the first embodiment, the sheet member 50 plays a role of protecting the wing adhesive portion 151 and completely covers the wing adhesive portion 151. Then, the upper surface 50a of the sheet member 50 is a region on the front side in the length direction from the wing adhesive portion 151, and is an overlapping region (overlapping region) of the sheet members 50 folded together when the second fold line F2 is folded. An aroma portion 51 is provided inside the region. As shown in FIGS. 8A and 8B, the overlapping region refers to a region where the upper surfaces 50a of the folded sheet members 50 face each other in the vertical direction. Thereby, since the fragrance | flavor part 51 becomes difficult to expose from the folded sheet | seat member 50, it can further reduce that a scent moves to a user's etc. bag or a scent volatilizes.

  Among the overlapping regions, at the position X in FIG. 8B, the packaging sheet 20, the separator 30, the napkin 10, the sheet member 50, the scented portion 51, the packaging sheet 20, the scented portion 51, the sheet member 50, and the napkin 10 are sequentially arranged from the bottom. The separator 30 and the packaging sheet 20 are arranged in this order (excluding the adhesive part 131). In the second embodiment, since the length from the first fold line F1 to the rear end 20eb in the length direction is longer than the length from the first fold line F1 to the second fold line F2 (FIG. 7B), the folded sheet The packaging sheet folded inside the overlapping area of the member 50 is arrange | positioned (FIG. 7B). Thereby, since the fragrance | flavor part 51 is covered with the sheet | seat member 50 and the packaging sheet 20, it can further reduce that a fragrance moves to a user's etc. bag or a fragrance volatilizes.

  At this time, as shown in FIG. 8B, the scented portion 51 may be provided over the entire overlapping region of the sheet member 50 sandwiching the packaging sheet 20, or formed only in a part of the overlapping region of the packaging sheet 20. May be.

=== Third Embodiment ===
FIG. 9A is a plan view of the sanitary napkin package 1 according to the third embodiment as viewed from the upper side in the vertical direction, and FIG. 9B is a schematic cross-sectional view taken along the line AA in FIG. 9A. The basic configuration is the same as the configuration of the first embodiment, but in the third embodiment, the napkin 10 that does not have the wings 15 is used.

  Since the sheet member 50 of the third embodiment does not need to have the protection function of the wing adhesive portion 151, it is not necessary to perform the peeling process. Therefore, what is necessary is just to use the material suitable for adhesion of a fragrance | flavor also about the material of the sheet | seat member 50. FIG. Moreover, as shown to FIG. 9A and FIG. 9B, in 3rd Embodiment, the fragrance | flavor part 51 (upper surface fragrance | flavor part 51a, the lower surface fragrance | flavor part 51b) is provided in both the upper surface 50a and the lower surface 50b of the sheet | seat member 50. be able to.

  When the napkin 10 does not have the wing part 15 as in the third embodiment, or when the protective function of the wing part adhesive part 151 is not required, the perfume part 51 is provided on both surfaces and the entire surface of the sheet member 50. Can do. Thereby, it is possible to add a scent to the sanitary napkin package 1 with a very simple configuration, reduce volatilization of the scent, and reduce the transfer of the scent to the outside.

=== Fourth Embodiment ===
FIG. 10A is a plan view of the sanitary napkin package 1 according to the fourth embodiment as viewed from above, and FIG. 10B is a schematic cross-sectional view showing the AA cross section of FIG. 10A. The basic configuration is the same as the configuration of the first embodiment, but in the fourth embodiment, the napkin 10 has the wings 15 and the sheet member 50 is bonded to the separator 30. When the surface layer 12 of the napkin 10 is folded inward while a part of the sheet member 50 covers the wing adhesive part 151, the part of the sheet member 50 and the surface layer 12 of the napkin 10 are folded together. Located between and. The other part of the sheet member 50 is disposed on the back layer 13 side of the napkin 10 (see FIGS. 10A and 10B).

  In the fourth embodiment, the scented portion 51 is provided in a part of the sheet member 50 located inside the napkin 10 folded with the surface layer 12 inside. Specifically, the scented portion 51 is formed on a part of the sheet member 50 located above the wing portion 15 and the wing portion adhesive portion 151, and the scented portion 51 is covered with the surface layer 12 of the napkin 10. Thereby, the fragrance | flavor part 51 can suppress that a fragrance transfers to the volatility of a fragrance | flavor, a user's bag, etc., without being exposed from the sanitary napkin packaging body of the folded state.

  Moreover, it is preferable at this time to provide a fragrance | flavor part only in the upper surface 50a among some sheet members 50 (FIG. 10A and 10B). It can suppress that HMA etc. of the wing | blade part adhesion part 151, and a fragrance | flavor are mixed. Furthermore, it is more preferable to provide the fragrance | flavor part 51 in area | regions other than the upper surface 50a applicable to the back of the lower surface 50b which is contacting the wing | blade part adhesion part 151. FIG. This is because even if the impregnation of the fragrance occurs, the HMA or the like of the wing adhesive portion 151 and the fragrance are not mixed with each other, so that the decrease in the adhesive strength of the wing adhesive portion 151 can be further reduced.

=== Fifth Embodiment ===
FIG. 11A to FIG. 11D are views for explaining how to fold the sanitary napkin package 1 in the fifth embodiment. FIG. 12 is a diagram illustrating the aroma unit 51 in the fifth embodiment. The basic configuration is the same as the configuration of the first embodiment, but in the fifth embodiment, a sheet member 50 having a scented portion 51 bonded to the packaging sheet 20 is used. Further, the napkin 10 has a wing portion 15, and the sheet member 50 is used as a protective sheet for the wing portion adhesive portion 151 when the sanitary napkin package 1 is folded.

  FIG. 11A is a diagram illustrating the sanitary napkin packaging body 1 in a state where the wing part 15 is folded and the wing part adhesive part 151 is exposed on the skin side on the upper side in the vertical direction, and is unfolded in the length direction. In the sanitary napkin package 1 of the fifth embodiment, in addition to the first fold F1 and the second fold F2, a third fold F3 along the width direction is provided on the rear side in the length direction from the first fold F1. Yes. In the third fold F3, the packaging sheet 20, the separator 30, and the napkin 10 are bent together in the same manner as the first fold F1 and the second fold F2. Further, the sheet member 50 is provided in a region on the rear side in the length direction from the third fold line F3 of the packaging sheet 20. At this time, a part of the upper surface 50a of the sheet member 50 is bonded to the outside of the packaging sheet 20 via the bonding portion 41, and is disposed so as to protrude from the longitudinal rear end 20eb of the packaging sheet 20. Has been. Thereby, at the time of use of the napkin 10, the sheet member 50 can be easily detached from the napkin 10 at the same time by peeling off the packaging sheet 20 from the sanitary napkin package 1 in the unfolded state.

  FIG. 11B is a diagram illustrating a state in which the sanitary napkin package 1 in the unfolded state is folded at the third fold F3. As shown in FIG. 11B, the napkin 10 is folded so that the surface layer 12 is inside with the third fold F3 as a base point, and the upper surface a of the sheet member 50 protruding from the packaging sheet 20 is the surface layer 12 of the napkin 10. The positional relationship overlaps.

  Next, FIG. 11C is a diagram illustrating a state where the sanitary napkin package 1 is folded at the first fold F1 from the state of FIG. 11B. The napkin 10 folded with the third fold line F3 as the base point is further folded with the first fold line F1 as the base point, and the lower surface 50b of the sheet member 50 is in a state of being overlapped with the wing part adhesive part 151 of the wing part 15. That is, a part of the lower surface 50b is affixed to the wing adhesive portion 151, and the wing adhesive portion 151 is protected. Therefore, the lower surface 50b is subjected to the same peeling process as in the first embodiment. Finally, the sanitary napkin package 1 is folded with the second fold F2 as a base point so that the surface layer 12 of the napkin 10 is on the inside.

  FIG. 11D is a diagram illustrating the sanitary napkin package 1 in the folded state according to the fifth embodiment. The sanitary napkin package 1 is maintained in a folded state as in the first embodiment, and the fragrance portion 51 is not exposed from the sanitary napkin package 1, thereby preventing the fragrance from volatilizing.

  In the first embodiment, the sanitary napkin packaging body 1 is folded at two locations of the first fold F1 and the second fold F2 (see FIG. 2), whereas in the fifth embodiment, the sanitary napkin packaging is used. The body 1 is folded at three places, the first fold line F1 to the third fold line F3. Such a folding method is an example, and the sanitary napkin package 1 may be folded so as to have four or more folds.

  FIG. 12 is a diagram illustrating the aroma unit 51 in the fifth embodiment. In 5th Embodiment, suppose that the fragrance | flavor part 51 is provided in area | regions other than the adhesion part 41 of the packaging sheet 20 and the sheet | seat member 50 among the sheet members 50. FIG. This is to reduce a decrease in adhesive force caused by mixing the adhesive and the fragrance of the adhesive portion 41. Furthermore, it is more preferable to provide the scented portion 51 on the upper surface 50a in order to reduce the possibility that HMA or the like of the wing portion adhesive portion 151 is mixed with the fragrance (see FIGS. 11 and 12). Thereby, when it folds, the adhesive force fall which arises when a fragrance | flavor contacts the wing | blade part adhesion part 151 can be reduced.

  In the fifth embodiment, the separator 30 and the sheet member 50 are separately used. However, the sheet member 50 and the separator 30 are formed as one component, and the adhesive member 131 is formed by the sheet member 50 that also serves as the separator 30. The configuration may be such that the wing adhesive section 151 is protected together.

=== Other Embodiments ===
As mentioned above, although embodiment of this invention was described, said embodiment is for making an understanding of this invention easy, and is not for limiting and interpreting this invention. Further, the present invention can be changed or improved without departing from the gist thereof, and the present invention includes equivalents thereof. For example, the following modifications are possible.

<About the formation of the scented part>
In the above-described embodiment, when forming the scented portion 51 on the sheet member 50, there is a method of attaching the fragrance to a predetermined region of the sheet member 50 by discharging the fragrance using a liquid discharge device such as an ink jet printer. Although described, the method of forming the scented portion 51 is not limited to this. For example, a method of directly applying a fragrance to the sheet member 50 using a brush or the like may be used. Also in such a method, the fragrance | flavor part 51 is formed by attaching a fragrance | flavor to the predetermined area | region of the sheet | seat member 50, and making it hold | maintain stably.

<About folding method of sanitary napkin packaging body 1>
In the above-described embodiment, the example in which the sanitary napkin package 1 is folded in the length direction using a plurality of folds along the width direction as a starting point has been described. is not. For example, the sanitary napkin packaging body 1 may be folded in the width direction with a fold along the length direction as a base point, or may be folded in both the length direction and the width direction.

<About the sheet member 50>
In the above-described embodiment, when the napkin 10 has the wing part 15, the sheet member 50 is also used as a protective member for the wing part adhesive part 151, but a release sheet different from the sheet member 50 is provided. The wing adhesive portion 151 may be protected. Further, the shape of the sheet member 50 is not limited to the example described in the above embodiment. For example, sheet members having various shapes such as a circle and an animal type can be used without being limited to a rectangle or the like.

<About the concentration of perfume>
In the above-described embodiment, the fragrance portion 51 is formed by attaching a fragrance to a predetermined region of the sheet member 50. However, the amount of the fragrance attached per unit area of the sheet member 50 is changed for each region. May be. That is, the concentration of the fragrance may be different for each region in the fragrance unit 51. For example, in the sheet member 50, the amount of fragrance attached per unit area increases toward the inside in the width direction (that is, the concentration increases), and the amount of fragrance attaches per unit area decreases toward the outside in the width direction (that is, the concentration decreases). The aroma portion 51 is formed so as to be lower. In this way, in a state where the sanitary napkin package 1 is folded, the position of the fragrance becomes lower as the position is closer to the outside of the sanitary napkin package 1, and the position is farther from the outside of the sanitary napkin package 1 ( That is, since the concentration of the fragrance increases toward the inside), the fragrance is less likely to leak to the outside, and it is easy to suppress the fragrance from moving to the candy.

  Moreover, you may make it the density | concentration of a fragrance | flavor become high in the area | region which becomes an inner side of an up-down direction in the state which the sanitary napkin package 1 was folded. In other words, the amount of perfume per unit area that adheres to the packaging sheet 20 may be greater on the inner side in the vertical direction than on the outer side in the vertical direction. For example, since the sheet member 50 shown in FIG. 11 has a large number of members (the napkin 10, the separator 30, and the packaging sheet 20) overlapping in the vertical direction, the scent can be leaked to the outside at the scented portion 51. The nature is low. Therefore, it is preferable to form the scented portion 51 so that the concentration of the fragrance increases in the inner region in the vertical direction.

  In particular, if the fragrance ink is discharged using an ink jet printer as in the above-described embodiment, the concentration can be changed for each nozzle that discharges the fragrance ink when the fragrance portion 51 is formed. Therefore, a fragrance can be attached to a predetermined region at a predetermined concentration. Therefore, it is possible to easily adjust the concentration of the fragrance when the fragrance portion 51 is formed.

1 sanitary napkin packaging,
10 sanitary napkins,
11 Absorber, 12 Surface layer,
13 Back layer, 131 Adhesive part,
15 wings, 151 wing adhesions,
20 packaging sheet, 20ea length direction front end, 20eb length direction rear end,
27 sealing area, 28 fixing tape,
30 Separator, 31 Peeling surface 40 Packaging material, 41 Adhesion part 50 Sheet member, 50a Upper surface, 50b Lower surface,
51 perfume part, 51a upper surface perfume part, 51b lower surface perfume part

Claims (8)

  1. An absorbent article having a liquid-permeable surface layer, a liquid-impermeable back layer having an adhesive portion, and an absorber provided between the surface layer and the back layer;
    A sheet member that is removed from the absorbent article during use, at least a portion of which is provided inside the absorbent article folded with the surface layer inside;
    A packaging material for packaging the folded absorbent article;
    In an absorbent article package comprising:
    The absorbent article package according to claim 1, wherein a perfume region to which a fragrance is attached is provided in the part.
  2. In the absorbent article package according to claim 1,
    The absorbent article has a length direction and a width direction orthogonal to the length direction, and has a wing extending in the width direction when opened,
    The absorbent article package according to claim 1, wherein the fragrance region is provided in a region that does not contact the adhesive portion of the wing portion in a state where the wing portion is folded with the surface layer inside.
  3. In the absorbent article package according to claim 2,
    The first surface of the sheet member has a region in contact with the adhesive portion of the wing portion,
    The said perfume area | region is provided in the 2nd surface which is a surface on the opposite side to the said 1st surface of the said sheet | seat member, The absorbent article packaging body characterized by the above-mentioned.
  4. In the absorbent article package according to claim 3,
    The absorbent article, wherein the perfume region is not provided in a portion of the second surface located on the opposite side of the region where the adhesive portion of the wing portion and the first surface are in contact with each other. Packaging body.
  5. The absorbent article packaging body according to any one of claims 1 to 4,
    When the sheet member is folded, an overlapping region where the sheet member overlaps is formed,
    The absorbent article packaging body, wherein the perfume region is provided inside the overlap region.
  6. In the absorbent article package according to claim 5,
    By folding the packaging material, a folded portion is formed at the end of the packaging material,
    The absorbent article packaging body, wherein the folded portion is provided inside the overlapping region.
  7. In the absorbent article packaging body according to any one of claims 1 to 6,
    When the overlapping direction of the folded absorbent article is the vertical direction,
    The perfume region is provided on the upper surface of the part of the sheet member;
    A first region of the absorbent article is disposed above the first region of the packaging material;
    The portion of the sheet member is disposed in the upward direction of the first region of the absorbent article;
    A second region different from the first region of the packaging material is disposed above the portion;
    A second region different from the first region of the absorbent article is disposed above the second region of the packaging material,
    A third region different from the first region and the second region of the packaging material is disposed above the second region of the absorbent article.
  8. The absorbent article packaging body according to any one of claims 1 to 7,
    The absorbent article packaging body, wherein the perfume region is provided in a region that does not come into contact with an adhesive portion that bonds the sheet member and the packaging material.
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