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High Standards, Healthy Choices

High Standards, Healthy Choices

Let's take a walk through how our processes work together to produce what we believe is the world’s most sustainable period underwear.
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An Interview with Lydia Okello

Did you miss Lydia Okello's takeover last weekend on our Instagram? We talked sustainability, joy, inclusive period products, and more!
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Two homemade cleaners in amber-glass spray bottles sit on a wooden counter. One of the bottles is labeled "Bathroom Cleaner", the other is labeled "Kitchen Cleaner". There is a wooden dish brush laying nearby.

Tips for living a zero waste lifestyle during COVID-19

Feeling anxious about the state of environmental affairs during COVID-19? We hope these zero waste tips will empower you to make sustainable choices at home and in your day-to-day life.
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A hand holding a menstrual cup on its side. The cup is filled with coloured shapes, which have started to fall out of it. The background is blue.

How to Care for Your Reusables

Let's talk about caring for your reusables! There’s a bit of a learning curve when it comes to reusables, but it really doesn’t take long before the whole process becomes part of your day-to-day routine.
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Menstrual Cups and Environmental Impact

Menstrual Cups and Environmental Impact

Let's talk about how your beloved menstrual cup compares to traditional tampons in terms of environmental impact.
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Everything You Need To Know About Aisle Undies

Everything You Need To Know About Aisle Undies

Aisle has been in the period underwear gig for a long time - since 1993!  Here are some frequently asked questions about Aisle undies - and all the answers.
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A sign is held up at an environmental protest. The sign reads "There is no Planet B" and has a drawing of the earth on it.

The Price of Plastic

Plastic isn’t just filling garbage cans. It’s endangering life on this planet.
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The UK Campaign For Plastic Free Periods

The UK Campaign For Plastic Free Periods

Although no period products should be flushed, it’s estimated that every single day in the UK, about 700,000 panty liners, 2.5 million tampons and 1.4 million pads are flushed down the toilet. 

Meet the people trying to change that. 

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The One Choice You Can Make To Stop Global Warming

The One Choice You Can Make To Stop Global Warming

The responsibility for reversing our march toward planetary destruction lies at the feet of those doing the polluting. How do we ensure that this happens?
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Changing Your Period, Changing The World

Changing Your Period, Changing The World

It's just a pad, right? Wrong. Learn how making the switch to reusables can make a real impact for our planet.

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Zero Waste Personal Care Made Easy

Zero Waste Personal Care Made Easy

Zero waste personal care - it's easy, we promise!
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Seven Ways Reusable Menstrual Products Can Make You Feel Better About Things

Reusables can make you feel better in both body and mind.
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