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The Mum Tribe Feature - The Mum Tribe Loves Bamboo Babe!

The Mum Tribe Feature - The Mum Tribe Loves Bamboo Babe!

I've always hated wearing panty liners, but I was getting to the point where I had to consider something. My postpartum bleeding had stopped, so I didn't need a full pad anymore. Personally I have had issues with thrush when using other brands of panty liners, so needless to say I wasn't excited about having to use them.

Hello Happee Magazine Feature - Exploring Sustainable Menstruation Products

Hello Happee Magazine Feature - Exploring Sustainable Menstruation Products

At the start of this year, I wanted to try and be a bit more conscious about my environmental practises and my own personal impact on the environment. So many people talk about the impact of plastic, red meat production and fast fashion (just to name a few) but wondering how the products I use when I have my period effect the environment never really popped into my head.

The Business Collection Feature - Two Men, One Period Products Company

The Business Collection Feature - Two Men, One Period Products Company

When I say the words “pad company” and “menstruation products,” the image of two men from Australia don’t necessarily come to mind. But for the all organic bamboo pad company, Bamboo Babe, this is the case. Founders, George and Karyn Harris, and co-founder, Anthony Dyer, created this company to make pads more comfortable for women and sustainable for the planet.

ABC Organic Gardener feature - Health and eco-benefits of choosing certified organic tampons and pads

ABC Organic Gardener feature - Health and eco-benefits of choosing certified organic tampons and pads

woman will use an average of around 12,000 pads and tampons over the course of her lifetime. So when it comes to what she puts in or near her body, personal health and safety is paramount.

LiveKindly.com feature - Want to have a plastic-free eco-friendly period?

LiveKindly.com feature - Want to have a plastic-free eco-friendly period?

There was a time when the word “period” had never been spoken on U.S. television. Courtney Cox changed all that with a Tampax commercial in 1985. Fast forward to 2020, and society has moved on a long way since then.

Raise Vegan Feature

Raise Vegan Feature

Get ready for a worldwide tour of brands producing vegan and eco-friendly feminine products!

This guide was developed as a peek into the histories and philosophies of brands at the forefront of femtech for period care and also as an exploration of the wide-ranging advocacy work all these companies pursue.

Fashion Journal Feature

Fashion Journal Feature

Overdue.

Thankfully, more women are starting to think about what’s in their feminine hygiene products and, just as importantly, what happens after they’re disposed of.

 

Urban List Feature

Urban List Feature

That. Time. Of. The. Month.

Five words that are just the worst. And despite the fact you're probably picturing all-consuming cravings and soul-sucking mood swings (soz), it’s time to get it together.

 

Clique Magazine Feature

Clique Magazine Feature

Periods, they’re an unavoidable fact of life and between cramping, cravings and all manner of pains in between, their impact on the globe isn’t so pretty either.