Tips

Tips

Women and Personal Hygiene: Interesting figures

The attitudinal survey focused on women underlying the 2011 Report was conducted in nine countries: Australia, China, France, Germany, Mexico, Russia, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Below are sone key results:
  • 80% of Chinese respondents spend more time on personal hygiene today than they did 10 years ago;
  • 59% of women consider “wellbeing” the most important dimension of personal hygiene;
  • 77% of women view personal hygiene as the most important part of bringing up their children;
  • 54% of women started to wash their hands more often when they had their first child;
  • 52% of all women have recently refrained from using a public toilet due to their concern of lack of hygiene and cleanliness;
  • 60% of women have used the internet to find specific information about personal hygiene and health for themselves.
SCA Hygiene Matters Report 2011
Click here to view the full SCA Hygiene Matters Report 2011.