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Review: Laurier Ultra Gentle

Periods, something that ladies dread every single month. I'm not sure about you but I do dread this particular week of the month where I have to stay away for light coloured clothing and anything cold. What's worse is the uncomfortable feeling and constant checking of your clothes for stains if you choose the wrong type of sanity napkin to use.

Well, it's time to put a stop to discomfort and choose a more comfortable way to get through this time of the month. Thanks to Samplestore, I got to try out Laurier Ultra Gentle, a new range of pads that decreases skin irritation and discomfort that most women face during their periods.

What's different about Laurier Ultra Gentle?
✓Extra Breathable
One major difference is the surface of how Laurier Ultra Gentle is designed, its soft wavy surface minimises skin contact and provides better breathability. This helps to provide better airflow, relieving the stuffiness, moisture, and itchiness from long hours of wearing. 

✓High Absorbency
Despite it being thin, it has a quick lock system where the super absorbent layer locks in fluid quickly, reducing the wetness on the napkin's surface. No more sticky feeling! 

Laurier Ultra Gentle (Slim for Day - Heavy Flow) $5.60

Laurier Ultra Gentle (Slim for Night) $4.80

After trying these for a week, I do feel more refreshed and less irritated on the discomfort or stains. Though the pads are thinner, they were as absorbent as the ones I've used previously. The length and wings on both day and night protect well from any movements be it sitting, walking, running or tossing and turning in bed!

Still not convinced? Why not experience the ultimate comfort yourself? Redeem a sample here
If you would like to know more about this range, do visit their sites listed below too! :)

Laurier Ultra Gentle range is available at Watsons, Guardian, as well as leading supermarkets such as NTUC FairPrice and Cold Storage.

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