The subject of menstruation is replete with folklore and numerous taboos. In the ancient times, the menstruation cycle was associated with lunar cycles and full moon. The Bible also covers some passage of prohibition of intercourse and uncleanliness of the rituals when someone is menstruating. With the time goes by, the use of social media has been incorporated in the beliefs. The values of people have made people more aware and conscious of the products they are using (Garg and Anand, 2015). In the current study, the use of social media by small and big enterprises for marketing the women’s daily necessities items in Asia has been used as a main subject of investigation. The company named Icon has been included in the report for studying the respondents used in the study. The qualitative study was performed to carry out the research. The interview session was conducted with 10 respondents who belonged to the sanitary napkin producing company and some local inhabitants who were Asian women. The end of the study proposed some recommendations that can be incorporated by the company so as to make their services and products more acceptable and to make their brand the most preferred brand.