About Laurier

Laurier also features an extended product line - Fresh Comfort Light Urinary Leak Care Pads that help with the issue of light incontinence (light urinary leak). This caters to young mothers who may experience urine leakages due to pregnancy or childbirth, as well as active seniors.

Developed with Japan’s advanced technology, Laurier Fresh Comfort pads are Ultra Absorbent and it has All Day Odour Control. The pads are 40% thinner than a napkin, yet they can absorb 6 -21 times more liquid as well as maintain a 24 hour period of deodorising with an anti-bacterial effect. The pad’s uniquely smooth and wavy surface helps reduce skin contact and minimise friction, making it extremely soft and gentle to the skin.

Laurier Fresh Comfort pads are available for purchase at FairPrice online and Watsons online, as well as selected FairPrice and Unity stores.


Laurier is a leader in the market for sanitary protection, offering a wide range of top-quality feminine care products to meet every women's needs. A go-to and well-loved brand by women across Asia, Laurier has established itself as every women's friend — they believe that although they can't change periods, they can help to change the way women feel about them.

Laurier also features an extended product line - Fresh Comfort Light Urinary Leak Care Pads that help with the issue of light incontinence (light urinary leak). This caters to young mothers who may experience urine leakages due to pregnancy or childbirth, as well as active seniors.

Developed with Japan’s advanced technology, Laurier Fresh Comfort pads are Ultra Absorbent and it has All Day Odour Control. The pads are 40% thinner than a napkin, yet they can absorb 6 -21 times more liquid as well as maintain a 24 hour period of deodorising with an anti-bacterial effect. The pad’s uniquely smooth and wavy surface helps reduce skin contact and minimise friction, making it extremely soft and gentle to the skin.

Laurier Fresh Comfort pads are available for purchase at FairPrice online and Watsons online, as well as selected FairPrice and Unity stores.

Recent Answers

Why are menstruation products marketed gender-specificly, i.e. “feminine wash”?

By labeling products as "feminine wash", this is a polite way of describing washes specifically designed to cleanse the female genital areas. These washes are meant to restore the natural vaginal pH to a mildly acidic environment. The better quality washes have probiotics (friendly bacteria) incorporated into them. These probiotics help to maintain the natural mildly acidic environment and therefore prevent lower genital tract infections from occurring because bacterial and fungal organisms do not propagate in an acidic environment.

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Dr Christopher Ng

Gynaecologist

Why are women more prone to developing gallstones?

Gallstone formation is found to be 2 to 3 times more common in females as compared to males [1]. This difference is observed starting puberty and throughout childbearing age. This is because females have higher levels of estrogen which promotes gallstones formation. Gallstones are caused by hardened digestive fluid deposits. In most cases, they are primarily composed of cholesterol. Estrogen level is a risk factor because estrogen increases biliary cholesterol secretion causing cholesterol supersaturation of bile [2]. References: 1. Novacek G. Gender and gallstone disease.

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Dr Stephen Chang

General Surgeon

In cases of cryptic pregnancy, can women still have periods?

A cryptic pregnancy is one in which one does not know that they are pregnant until they are in labour. If the pregnancy is very smooth-going and no problems encountered, then there would not be any reason to experience bleeding during this time until the onset of spontaneous labour in which case the "show" (dislodging of the mucus plug from the cervical opening) would occur. If, however, there was an instance of threatened miscarriage, then there would be unexpected per vaginal bleeding and this may or may not be accompanied with pelvic pain.

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Dr Christopher Ng

Gynaecologist

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