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Reusable menstrual pads are better for your health, easier on your wallet and harmless for the planet.
Bye bye plastic, hello banana fibre! Disposable pads are harmful for the environment and can have a negative impact on women's health.
- Every disposable pad contains the equivalent of 4 plastic bags.
- Between 10,000-15,000 pads or the equivalent of 40,000-60,000 plastic bags will be used and discarded over the course of a woman's menstrual lifetime.
- This plastic will continue to contaminate the environment for hundreds of years.
- Dioxins are present in trace amounts on all pads, as a result of the bleaching process. They are endocrine disruptors and can be harmful.
- The skin in the vaginal area is highly permeable and anything that is in constant touch with the skin will end up in the bloodstream.
Starter Pack £25.90
The pack contains:
1. Essential Bases x 2
2. Essential Inserts x 3
Super Pack £56.90
The pack contains:
1. Essential Bases x 3
2. Essential Inserts x 5
3. Night Pads x 2
For more information please email [email protected]
AYUDH is an international youth movement, dedicated to empowering young people to contribute to a peaceful and sustainable world and become compassionate leaders with a sense of tolerance, solidarity and global responsibility.
At AYUDH, we are driven by the desire to make a difference and be catalysts for positive change. AYUDH is a Sanskrit term meaning ‘peace’, which is symbolised by the dove in our logo. AYUDH also stands for ‘Amma’s Youth for Unity, Diversity and Humanity’.
Through self-transformation and service to others, AYUDH encourages young people to work towards the betterment of society. AYUDH’s initiatives are organised by and for youth across the world, and are based on four main pillars:
Contributing to individual and global transformation through community outreach.
Empowering young people to express their creative and innovative potential, acquire leadership and life skills.
Promoting a sustainable and environmentally-friendly lifestyle to preserve and protect the earth for future generations.
Building bridges between youth from different cultures, religions and social backgrounds while laying the framework for a global network of young people who share the ambition to create a better world.
Founded in 2001, AYUDH now has branches across Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa and Australia. It is open to youth between 15 and 30 years of age with all religions, genders, social and cultural backgrounds.
For UK activity, to volunteer, or to enquire about the annual AYUDH Summit in Europe, please contact: [email protected]