If you think that a brand name is too similar to a product name, you’re not alone.
And when a company’s name sounds too similar, it can be hard to distinguish the brand from the product.
But that’s where a company with the name “Kotex” comes in.
Kotex makes feminine body and face care products, which are often marketed to women who want to look feminine without resorting to plastic surgery.
The company has been around since 1912, but its name was chosen by a committee in 1917.
According to the company’s website, the original name was a reference to the color pink.
The first Kotex women’s body and cosmetic products were introduced in 1923, according to the brand.
In 2013, Kotex announced it would begin offering women the ability to buy a plastic breast implant.
The brand has been selling its products in grocery stores since 2013.
Kotx is not the only brand to get the gender-neutral treatment.
In 2017, beauty brand Lancome was also given the gender neutral name of “Lancome”.
The name was given to the Lancome Beauty brand after the company was bought by Japanese cosmetics giant Nippon Shinwa.
While Lancome doesn’t have a gender-specific logo, it does have a logo featuring a pink bow.