Make the easy choice and be "At Ease"

At Ease pantyliners appeals to women without compromising security and comfort with the added benefit of Everyday wings, its unique shape and Anion that acts as an antibacterial strip allowing you to feel clean and fresh always.

About Us

Welcome! To the world of “At Ease”. At Ease, the first thing that comes to mind is Comfort. We two sisters started developing our brand, At Ease roughly around two years ago as a result of being dissatisfied with the variety of pantyliners found here locally. So in simple words “We Feel You”. This baby of ours is now listed as At Ease General Trading L.L.C, a licensed company so there is a promise to grow.

#womensupportwomen

Who better understands a woman than a women? We sisters, one being a single mother of two gorgeous daughters and the other being happily single embarked on this beautiful journey to make difference in our own lives but for others as well. So let’s do this!

Where we're available

Other than being sold here we are also available at:

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Purchase Options

There are a couple of options to suit your needs.. always be “At Ease”

package a

5 three pc pack & one 24 pc pack for and aed 20

and 20.00
PACKAGE B

2 Packs of 24 Liners for AED 24

AED 24
PACKAGE c

4 Packs of 24 Liners For AED 42

AED 42

Product Deatils

What makes At Ease different?

There are number of reasons!
– The unique shape, wider back for perfect fit ( no wedgie )
– Wings that make sure it stays in place, there so thin you won’t even feel they exist, help reduce the chances of any irritations that occur with other brands
– Strong adhesive
– The Anion strip when in contact with moisture or friction, releases ionised oxygen. This will effectively inhibit the survival of bacteria and viruses that may lead to vaginitis.
Read “Did you know??” page for more info…

Why use pantyliners?

A pantyliner is an absorbent piece of material used for feminine hygiene. It is worn in the gusset of a woman’s panties. Some uses include: absorbency for daily vaginal discharge, light menstrual flow, tampon and menstrual cup backup, spotting, post-intercourse discharge, and urinary incontinence.

So in very simple words its your daily protection from all of the above!

Make the easy choice and be “At Ease”!

How often should a pantyliner be changed?

Its recommended to change a pantyliner every four hours at least. The advantage is you feel clean and fresh every time you walk out.

When is a good time to start using them?

In my personal opinion the earlier the better. I have my 8 year old daughter start using them! Start them young, teach them why personal hygiene is important, how to take care of them selves, why keep clean, the benefits prepare them for whats to come, save them from an embarrassment cause times are different kids are different, they are more sensitive. help to be bold and confident and be comfortable in their skin!

Blogs

There are three of our topics to look out for… enjoy reading…

  AT EASE pantyliners are equipped with a unique patented anion strip which effectively removes noxious bacterium which is the main cause of gynecological diseases. This strip combats 99.9% of bacteria and naturally relieves menstrual discomfort, absorbs moisture and discharge. The anion strip is compressed with over 6000 negative ions per cubic centimeter and is […]

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Child “At Ease” = Mommy “At Ease”

So a little heads up, one of us sisters is a mommy, I have two adorable girls. I know like I have many of you might similar issues with kids not eating right, not having milk, having too much of milk (yeah also a problem ) getting sick too often, etc. Here I would like to […]