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Comfy Period Pack

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  • For those of you who need some more rest and comfort on your period, the Laiqa Comfy period pack is here to be your best buddy! Our combo comes with 2 packs of our Heavy Flow pads, and 1 pack of the Moderate Flow pads, so that you have all the comfort you need.
    Packaged in 100% biodegradable material, our products come with their own recyclable bags that allow you to hygienically dispose of the pad after use.

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FEATURES

High absorbency – Created for high absorption, they lock in the period flow and prevent leaks and stains.

Comfort – Made with a one of its kind nonwoven supersoft top layer, the texture of the pads is soft, and they hold their shape without tearing or bunching.

Sustainable alternative – Made with reduced plastic, packaged in 100% biodegradable material, they come with individual recyclable sanitary disposal bags.

Skin friendly – Chlorine free & fragrance free, minimizes the risk of rashes and skin irritation

Weather conducive - Suitable for the humid, tropical weather in India.

Lightweight and easy to carry

WHAT'S INSIDE

Pack Count: 20XL Pads + 10L Pads + 3 Complimentary Panty Liners

20 Heavy Flow Pads + 10 Moderate Flow Pads

Complimentary: 3 Panty liners

DETAILS

Hypoallergenic. Be free of rash decisions.

Feathersoft. The softest pads for the toughest of you.

Super-Absorbent. This is a tight, tight ship.

5/5
Laiqa’s cosy-fluff pads have changed my period! I’m extremely happy with this switch because not only did they cure my rashes, the biodegradable disposal bags make my period so hassle-free!
Arpita Khanna
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