The widespread plastic pollution problem is damaging the environment. Affecting wildlife, oceans and filling up landfill sites. Everyday items are contributing to the issue and it turns out even your period care is part of the problem! Here we give you the lowdown on plastic in period care and talk about alternatives. Plus, scroll to discover our £2 switch kits! Do you know what your tampons, pads and liners are made of? It’s strange
We caught up with Musical Theatre performer Áine Curran (Mamma Mia UK & International Tour) to talk about the industry, the show and how she manages her periods at work when she is performing on stage. “I graduated at the age of 19 after 3 years of professional training. I have since been fortunate enough to work within Germany and the UK in the musical theatre industry and commercial industry. I’ve worked on
We spoke to Business Psychologist and Founder of See Her Thrive, Clare Knox to discuss reproductive health in the workplace. Here, Clare tells us why employers should be supportive of menstrual health and conditions, plus shares useful tips! First things first, why should employers be trying to support reproductive health in the workplace? “According to Public Health England (2018), a third of women in England are suffering from severe reproductive health issues.
We spoke to USA Fibroid Centers to get the low down on uterine fibroids. From what they are, to what to do if you are diagnosed. What are uterine fibroids? “Uterine fibroids, also known as leiomyomas, are the most common benign (non-cancerous) tumours of the female reproductive system. Fibroids typically develop in women who are of reproductive age. These tumours grow both within and outside the wall of the uterus. Fibroids are
It appears in 2019 that a lot of people have chosen to make their resolution to cut down on waste, which is amazing to see! It can be overwhelming but start with small and achievable sustainable swaps. We always advise choosing one area of your life or room in the house to start with and questioning how sustainable it is and what you could change. There are pretty much always Eco-friendly alternatives to