eco-friendly feminine hygiene

BeGirl's Menstrual Undies, Pads Could Help African Girls Stay in School

HELPING GIRLS Although there are plenty of reusable products in the wild, including fabric sanitary napkins or silicone cups, context is key, according to Sierra. “Many reusable…

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"Flo" Lets Girls in Developing Countries Wash, Dry, Carry Reusable Sanitary Pads

GO WITH IT Designed by Mariko Higaki Iwai, Sohyun Kim, and Tatijana Vasily from California’s Art Center College of Design, Flo is a toolkit that helps girls living in poverty to…

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3D-Printed Disposable Panties Are Now a Thing

Photo by Shutterstock Make way in your underwear drawers, ladies (or gents with certain proclivities). The world’s first three-dimensionally printed disposable panties could hit…

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Your Feminine-Care Products Might Be Trying to Kill You, Says Study

Photo by Shutterstock The Women’s Voices for the Earth (WVE) have issued a new report that uncovers potentially dangerous chemicals in common feminine products. The Chem Fatale report…

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Banana-Fiber Sanitary Pad Offers Inexpensive Solution for Rwandan Women

Did you know that women in the developing world can miss up to 50 days of work and school a year because they can’t afford proper feminine hygiene? While most of us can simply hop…

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