Did you know? During World War 1, army nurses realised that bandages made of wood pulp could also be used as menstrual pads. Tampons also have a link with the war industry. (…)
We’re pretty conservative when it comes to our sanitary products. Shops are full of sanitary towels and tampons. Although you have to actively look for alternatives, they are available. Here’s a list. (…)
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are among the most common bacterial infections in women. They are so common that it’s thought about 50% of women have had a urinary tract infection. Here is what you need to know, including whether there’s a relationship between UTIs and your period. (…)
You’d throw away old mascara. But tampons and sanitary pads last forever, don’t they? Yes and no. (…)
After discovering his wife couldn’t afford to buy sanitary pads, Indian entrepreneur Arunachalam Muruganantham developed low cost pads. Now his story is being made into a movie.
Nowadays, you can trace exactly what you put into your body. Or not – because do you know what’s really inside your tampon?
Attractive. Strong but also soft. Tender. Reliable. The ideal man is a sanitary napkin, so do we see in a Chinese commercial.