I can confidently use these with the knowledge and comfort of knowing its completely safe, as they’re organic.
Reliable – safe and sound in bed
It’s great, super comfy and sturdy, unlike some other eco-friendly versions
I never have to worry about leakage any more because it’s such a good covering pad. Fully biodegradable and organic- perfectly safe for my sensitive private part.
Lovely pads. Great for day wear, they have the ridges which helps to prevent leakage
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7 FAQ’s about CONDOMS!

Unlock the ultimate guide to condoms and sexual health! Amidst the sea of confusion, let's navigate through the essential truths about condoms, safeguarding both your well-being and pleasure. Condoms are great because they're the ONLY form of contraception that can...

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PEP vs PrEP: What you NEED to know!

When it comes to sexual health, knowledge is power and it could even save a life! September is Sexual Health Awareness Month and this week we're focusing on the importance of PEP and PrEP. If you've never heard of these terms you're in the right place, as we'll be...

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8 Ways to talk to your children about periods!

Did you know in South Africa, over 7 million girls and children who menstruate don’t have access to sanitary products? I’m Joe, from the international educational publisher, Twinkl. Twinkl was founded in 2010, with a goal of ‘helping those who teach’. We do this by...

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How to handle your period while on holiday

While you may go on holiday, your period does not. This means that you may be forced to accommodate an extra traveler, Ma Flo. You might even have to plan your holiday around her. How selfish can one be? Menstruation should never keep you from travelling and although it’s annoying, it can be an OK traveling companion. This is how I deal with my period while traveling. If you have any other suggestions, please add them to the comments section. Let’s make this the most helpful guide.

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Hi! I’m Zizipho!

During my six-day period at the beginning of 2017, curiosity suddenly got the better of me and I began to ask myself some difficult questions about the sanitary products I was using. What was in the sanitary products I was using? Who was on the other side of the companies that produced these products used by people that menstruate? And what impact did these products have on the environment? Click on the above image for more information.

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