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August 2, 2013

U by Kotex, a feminine care brand by Kimberly-Clark, has introduced U by Kotex Extra pads — a new maxi pad designed to provide maximum, heavy-duty protection.

DALLAS — U by Kotex, a feminine care brand by Kimberly-Clark, has introduced U by Kotex Extra pads — a new maxi pad designed to provide maximum, heavy-duty protection.

The brand's most absorbent pad yet, U by Kotex Extra pads is inviting girls to put it to the test in their own "real life product demos" and experience firsthand how it performs. Girls can receive a free U by Kotex Extra pad sample at ubykotex.com and share the results of their "real life demos" using #demodiaries. 

April 3, 2013

Birchwood Laboratories on Wednesday launched B-Sure Absorbent Pads, a thin and highly absorbent alternative to diaper-like undergarments that provide a discreet solution to light fecal incontinence associated with childbirth.

EDEN PRAIRIE — Birchwood Laboratories on Wednesday launched B-Sure Absorbent Pads, a thin and highly absorbent alternative to diaper-like undergarments that provide a discreet solution to light fecal incontinence associated with childbirth.

Designed to conform to the body, the pads stay in place during normal activity without the need for any kind of adhesive or binder. The soft pads absorb 13 times their weight in water and protect clothing from staining due to light fecal incontinence.

November 28, 2012

Regional life sciences association Biocom has introduced a new eco-friendly alternative to sanitary napkins and tampons. Enter FemmyCycle, a product from member FemCap.

SAN DIEGO — Regional life sciences association Biocom has introduced a new eco-friendly alternative to sanitary napkins and tampons. Enter FemmyCycle, a product from member FemCap.

The FemmyCycle was granted clearance by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Nov. 16. FemmyCycle creator Alfred Shihata is familiar with developing feminine products. His FDA-approved FemCap is one of the few hormone-free, woman-controlled contraceptive methods available.

May 9, 2012

Kimberly-Clark's feminine care brand Kotex Natural Balance has teamed up with comedian Heather McDonald for a new Web video series.

DALLAS — Kimberly-Clark's feminine care brand Kotex Natural Balance has teamed up with comedian Heather McDonald for a new Web video series.

The series, which started May 7, is featured on the Kotex Natural Balance Facebook page and YouTube channel. McDonald stars in the series, calling out the jargon in the category (what does nano-breeze maxi pad technology even mean?) and invites women to join in the conversation.