In both Cambodia and Thailand it is quite difficult to find hygienic products without whitening agents.If you like the idea of maintaining your bronzed body earned from an adventurous weekend in Koh Phi Phi, then come prepared with your own supplies.The katoey phenomenon is very well accepted in Thailand, well integrated in the social and daily life.
Feminine Hygienic Products Kaytia says: Pads are freely available, though brands are limited. Boots stores are popular in the larger cities, but harder to find in other areas.
There are OB brand applicator-free ones in almost every drugstore and supermarket, and some tampons with applicators in Boots pharmacy.
Ladyboys making a living of their features are very exuberant and flamboyant, speaking high and loud, permanently overacting, and well known for their burst of moods. Since they revenue depends on how pretty they are, they will financially invest a lot more on their features, breast augmentation being the most obvious one, and some will seriously increase to seriously big sizes.
Then plastic and facial cosmetic surgery will be next on the list and many of them tend to have a very similar nose shape.
In Bangkok, or even Chaing Mai, if you look hard enough you can find things for a more Western taste, but in the villages, not so much.
However, even out of the cities 7/11’s and other convenience stores have almost everything you could need.In the city, it’s easy to get your hands on everything – make up, lotions, deodorant, shaving cream, shower items, even pads.However, tampons are hard to come by, and a lot of sun screen and foundation has whitening agents in it.In retrospect, I would have brought at least duplicates of deodorants, body scrubs, lotions, facial cleansers, cosmetics and hair products.Westernized products are available in limited supply but at an exorbitant cost. So here are 10 tips for you not be fooled next time. A katoey, or ladyboy, is a transvestite that is actually considered by others as a ‘woman’.