In this blog we are answering one of our most frequent questions, “how do I use a menstrual cup at work?” Menstrual cups get praised for their practicality. You can wear them for longer than a tampon* and don’t need to put anything in the bin as you do with disposable products (I’m sure we’ve all been in that situation where you need to change and there isn’t a bin in the bathroom!).
Want to give your reading collection a period powerful boost? We’ve pulled together a list of books that are all about periods and the menstrual cycle. Time to sit back, relax and take power over your period. Our TOTM book club opens with our top 3 books talking all about menstruation and periods. Period. By Natalie Byrne: To kick things off we recommend checking out Period, a modern book about periods
It’s important to understand your period and menstrual cycle. The more you know, the better you can manage your period and spot anything unusual should this crop up at any time. We often get asked about heavy menstrual bleeding and more specifically, understanding when your bleed is heavy and how to manage it. Here, gynaecologist Anne Henderson answers 6 key questions to give you the low down on heavy menstrual bleeding. How do
In this blog, we talk to 3 women who opt for pads on their period over tampons or a menstrual cup and their reasons why. Periods are personal. Finding what works for YOU is so important. Just like women can feel pressured to look a certain way, there is a lot of pressure on women to use a particular product on their period. I remember in school, it used to be considered ‘uncool’
Time for a new perspective on your period? We caught up with yoga teacher and Ayurveda practitioner, Anja Brierley Lange to discuss how your period is the perfect time for taking time out to boost your wellbeing. Here Anja talks us through a rest and retreat formula to try on your period! Everything is cyclical. In our daily cycle, we have a time of being awake and productive, and a time to slow down