Zero Waste Organic Cotton menstrual kit (dark color)
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What is this product?
This Zero waste organic cotton menstrual kit (light color) contains everything that you need for a sustainable and carefree menstruation. The kit saves you time (you have everything that you need at home and you don’t need to go shopping every month), excessive packaging and money (the kit is 16% cheaper than purchasing the products separately).
By the way, did you know that the amount of plastic used for the manufacturing of one conventional period pad equals 4 plastic bags. Afterwards the pad takes 800 years to decompose. Imagine the amount of litter caused only by one woman while being on her period. Then multiply that by 10,20 and more : (
On the bright side, with each Eco Femme pad or pantyliner that you purchase, you donate one pad to a girl in India through Eco Femme’s Pad for Pad program. Each pantyliner and pad can be used for up to 5 years, if cared for properly, if you have any questions about that, we are always here to help. The packaging of the reusable pads and pantyliners is made of recycled paper.
What does the Zero waste organic cotton menstrual kit (dark color) contain?
1 of all of Eco Femme’s pads in dark color (Day Pad, Day Pad +, Night Pad), 3 pantyliners with PUL, 1 carry pouch which allows you to take your pads everywhere with you, 1 Marseille soap (100g) which will help you to maintain the pads in excellent condition and you’ll also receive one of our cotton bags that you can take when going on a zero-waste shopping tour : )
What is PUL?
One layer of Polyurethane laminate fabric used to improve the absorbency rate of pads & pantyliners and to prevent potential leakages.
What is the difference between organic and conventional cotton?
The organic cotton is grown without any chemicals or pesticides, because of that reason growing organic cotton takes longer and its price is higher.
How do I wear the organic cotton pads and pantyliners?
Check out a video by the lovely Shy: HERE
You need a second opinion?
Check out what Sneha has to share HERE
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