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December 1934.Lilia.
April 1935.
August 1935.
January 1936.

SASHENA Limited (an acronym for "Sanitary Absorbent Safe Hygienic Every Nurse Advocates"). The line was later known by the trade name "Lilia," which had originally referred to an industrial cellulose towel product. In 1954, the line continued with the introduction of the Lil-lets brand of tampons.

Bought by Smith and Nephew in 1912.

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