On Menstrual Hygiene Day, Paree honours female police force

On Menstrual Hygiene Day, Paree honours female police force

Launches a high-performance sanitary solution for high-performing women

Menstrual Hygiene Day

MUMBAI: With India grappling with the second wave of Covid-19, frontline workers have been the true champions in our fight against the virus. Standing in solidarity with those on the frontlines, the homegrown sanitary pad brand Paree collaborated with state police forces in Gurgaon, Noida, Jaipur, and Indore to support the female police officers who have been on the ground, working round the clock, and are the true heavy-duty champions.

On the occasion of Menstrual Hygiene Day on 28 May, Paree launched their newest variant Paree Super Ultra pads and organised a menstrual hygiene drive across cities to support women police forces with their menstrual hygiene requirement while they are on the go.

Through this initiative, the feminine hygiene brand salutes heavy-duty champions and shows its gratitude towards the female frontline workers by launching a high-performance sanitary product - Paree Super Ultra. The thought behind this innovative product is to provide the right menstrual support for the physically demanding professions of women. The brand strongly believes in women being comfortable during their periods and ensures that periods don’t stop them from being champions.

Paree founder & CEO Sahil Dharia said, “Women are the backbone of our society, whether it is amidst a global pandemic, or in our everyday life. On Menstrual Hygiene Day, we take this opportunity to honour our female police officers for their dedicated services to our country during these testing times. As a feminine hygiene brand, Paree understands the many avatars of the Indian woman and ensures that periods do not come in the way of them performing their duty. We are determined to offer products that cater to our resolute and confident women who are always on the go.”

Paree being a solution-driven brand presents Super Ultra product that ensures women are wetness-free for a longer period and prevent any leakage, especially during their heavy flow days. Menstrual Hygiene Day is observed on May 28 worldwide to highlight the importance of good menstrual hygiene management at a global level.