Kimberly Clark Officially Launches New Range of Kotex® Sanitary Pads And Tampons Into Nigerian Market

A new range of Kotex sanitary pads and tampons by Kimberly-Clark, makers of world’s finest hygiene products, were officially launched into the Nigerian market on Friday 3rd of May 2019 at an event in Lagos.
The event, which held at Oriental Hotel was attended by various dignitaries and celebrities.
Raffaella De Medici, manufacturing operations director, EMEA, Crispin Achola, the general manager, WECA, were in attendance, as well as other top celebrities.
kotex sanitary pads
kotex sanitary pad and tampon
Kimberly-Clark, GBA director for West Africa, Koushik Balaji outlined the stages that culminated in the product launch thanking the various state and federal agencies which helped the company achieve this feat, while also recognizing the talent of the Kimberly-Clark team in Nigeria.
Head of Marketing, WECA, Kemi Saliu stated that in less than 5 years of Kotex® presence in Nigeria, the company established a leading position in providing women with quality, smooth feminine care.
She attributed the success of the brand to the high and consistent quality of the product, the support of Kotex® trade partners and the loyalty of its consumers.
“Introducing the new range to our existing products in Nigeria is part of Kimberly-Clark’s mission to provide essentials for a better life for our consumers. Kotex® pads and tampons have a superior, cotton-like feel that give women a comfortable experience”, she added.
According to her, this exemplifies Kotex® innovation in developing high-quality cotton-soft, fast-absorbent pads to that allow period experience to be discreet and comfortable.
“Now, with the launch of these new sanitary pads and tampons, the company has a comprehensive range fully available in stores and outlets for women in Nigeria and we encourage everyone to tell a friend, an aunty, a mother or sister to try Kotex®, and convert them to becoming a Kotex® Woman”, Sailu concluded.
Read Also: On Internalised Misogyny and Why You May Not be as Progressive as You Think

Recent Articles

Related Articles