Eartherapy

At last, a sanibag that offers therapy for your ears!

Thanks to Juergen Klein (2007)

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Ecossential

I think this is a combination of "Eco" and "essential", rather than anything to do with "Ecosse" (French for Scotland).

Thanks to Matthias Koch (2005)

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Edet (italic)

Dutch and German headings in roman type, and English and French in italics.

Thanks to Christian Annyas (2004)

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Edet (roman)

They must have seen my comment above: all the headings are now in roman type.

Thanks to Johannes Bosma. (2005)

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Elegance

Not a noun I would normally associate with feminine hygiene products, but there again, I'm not a marketing executive who is paid to think up these names.

From the Bar Elegance (oh, I see - a bar that has its own sanibags? That must be a first) in Grado, Italy.

Thanks to Frank Mulliri.

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Emirates Palace Hotel

Visitors to the swish Kempinski Hotels in Germany get a fancy silver box with a (sadly unadorned) plastic sanibag inside. Visit the Kempinski affiliate in Abu Dhabi, though, and you get this even fancier gold box. Don't get your hopes up too soo, though - there's still only a plain white sanibag inside.

Thanks to Sibylle Wittmer and Claas-Malte Sturm

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Evi

Stare long enough at the pattern on this bag (which you may well do if you stay sitting on the throne too long), and you begin to see patterns like in those optical illusion tests.

Thanks to Johannes Bosma. (2005)

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Expo 2005 Aichi Japan

A sanibag from an Expo? The furball doesn't look much like a discarded sanitary napkin, but maybe they are different in Japan.

Thanks to Jürgen Klein (2005)

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