A Few Ways to Make Your Period More Sustainable


  Bleeding, cramps, mood swings: the crimson wave not only has an impact on your body and your bank account, it also has effects the environment. During her lifetime, the average women will throw away 10,000 to 15,000 pads and tampons[i]. In Australia that equates to approximately 18 thousand metric tonnes of sanitary waste that goes into landfill every year[ii]. Once those products end up in landfill it takes an incredible 500–800 years for them to break down[iii]. Here are some options that are kinder on the environment, help reduce sanitary waste and can save you some dollars. Get a… Continue Reading

Period Panties – 9.5 new age nappies out of 10


  Have you ever thought about how much waste you (I’m presuming only females are reading this) produce every month from your period? Think of the amount of tampons and pads you go through just in those 4-7 days! Now times that by twelve and then times that by the number of adult females in the world… that’s a lot of gross waste hanging about the earth. It’s become clear that something needs to be done and unlike plastic bags, the solution isn’t as easy as just stop selling them. That would end in disaster. And a lot of blood… Continue Reading