Support Environmenstrual week with reusable sanitary pads
A period without plastic or chemicals near our sensitive parts is a period you can be proud of.
Environmenstrual week is the brainchild of the Women’s Environmental Network, founded in 1988 by pioneers of the environmental movement. They called for a different way of thinking about and acting on environmental issues. The first campaign in 1989 was the first to raise awareness of chlorine bleach - a cancer causing dioxin - found in disposable nappies and sanitary pads. This campaign would lead to their work on breast cancer prevention, treating breast cancer as an environmental, and preventable, diseases encouraging women to make positive choices and take action for a healthier planet. (Extract from WEN Website)
This Environmenstrual week feel empowered by your choices, read more over on the Bloom & Nora blog and find your perfect reusable sanitary pad.