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We’ve had a lot of questions from you about wanting the security of wearing a pad without some of the bulkiness and we have answered! Our new long liner is the same length as our medium pads but with only 2 absorbent layers (like our liners) to give you extra protection whilst remaining discrete. 

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In a mythical sense, the moon holds a strong female energy supporting a month-long cycle. The cycle of the moon can represent the cycle of birth, maturation, death and rebirth. This is the way every living thing works.

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Listen up, ladies! We’ve been hearing a lot of misconceptions about menstruation cycles and norms on how to behave during ‘that time of the month’.

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For starters, statistics show that 90% of the synthetic sanitary supplies we use are made from plastic. These facts also claim that on an average, a woman utilises more than 10000 synthetic sanitary products in her lifetime.

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Reusable period products are gaining recognition in many communities because people are learning about all the ways they can benefit you and the environment.

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There’s no doubt that bamboo is the most sustainable plant on the planet, and since it can help save the planet, it’s no surprise that people are getting behind the idea of using bamboo products.

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Half our population have periods, and people who menstruate will have around 450 periods in their life according to the association of Reproductive Health Care Professionals. 


Obviously, this number will differ as women all get their periods and end their period cycles at different ages. If you think about it, 450 periods requires a lot of tampons and pads!

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The use of menstrual cups is great for the environment and also an excellent financial saving, there are also many other benefits to using a menstrual cup. A couple of these include less odour, usage time of up to 12 hours, and convenience.

There's a lot of buzz about this eco-friendly alternative to disposable pads and tampons. 


But what exactly is a menstrual cup?

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When we’re looking at going onto some kind of contraception, (most of us) like to do our research and become informed about what it involves and how it may affect our bodies. We start to weigh up the pros and cons, talk to other friends about what they use and see a GP to discuss what will be best for us.

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