Kimberly-Clark says that the products — and the campaign — are an attempt to open up a dialogue about menopause. That's something the company says women say they long for.
"There's not a lot of conversation happening about menopause," said Jay Gottlieb, vice president of Kimberly-Clark's North American adult & feminine care business. "Women very much want to have conversations but don't have the forums."
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