Are you new to using tampons? Tampons range in size from those suitable for using when you first start to use a tampon through to larger tampons with greater absorbency for a heavier flow. Use this guide to help select the correct size tampon for your menstrual flow.
Menstrual cups have been around for quite some time, but now there’s a new kid on the block - the reusable menstrual disc! We discuss the difference between menstrual cups and menstrual discs to help you choose the best option for you.
You chose to use cloth pads to reduce your waste but what happens when your cloth pads reach the end of their life? Cotton cloth pads can be composted at the end of their life. Here's how to give them a fitting farewell!
Having a low cervix can make it tricky to use menstrual cups comfortable. Here's a complete round up of the best menstrual cups for a low cervix (featuring those all important measurements!)
What is a yoni egg, and how do they work? Are yoni eggs safe? We answer some frequently asked questions about yoni eggs and the physical and spiritual benefits they can bring to your life.
Swimming and periods - the two may seem like enemies, but they can absolutely exist in harmony together! With summer fast approaching, we’ve created a complete guide to all your leak-proof, swim-safe period care options.
Menstrual cups come in many shapes and sizes, but did you know that they also come in different levels of firmness too? Choosing a softer or firmer menstrual cup is an important consideration, and we’re here to explain why.
One of the benefits many menstrual cup users enjoy is being able to go longer between changes than if using pads or tampons (because menstrual cups can hold the equivalent of two or more super tampons!) So, how long can you safety wear a menstrual cup for?
Nobody wants to think about their menstrual cup becoming stuck inside them. The good news is that your menstrual cup won’t get stuck or lost forever - there’s only one way in and out! If the unthinkable happens and your cup won’t budge, here’s what to do.
We’re so lucky to have access to many alternative period care products that allow us to have a more comfortable period - reusable cloth pads, menstrual cups, period underwear and even period sponges! They’re a less common option that is raved about by many who love the way that sponges allow them...