Today, we are gonna get down and talk about feminine hygiene products, so step away if you are freaked out by this kinda thing then go read about the time I wrote about cat litter, yes I am an expert in cat poop – I am a master of many times, lol. Anyway, back to that joy that is mother nature and catching your blood before it ruins your pants.
It a world where it is becoming more apparent about what we are putting into our bodies when it comes to food, and only just realising the ingredients we put onto our skin in our makeup etc, us ladies often forget to make sure our feminine hygiene products also are the safest, yet effect for our bodies. Don’t worry, I am not going to be talking about the moon cup, because that frankly DOES NOT appeal to me what so ever. However, I will talking to you about a brand named Veeda. You name it they got it, liners, pads and tampons, Veeda has got you covered.
What makes Veeda different to other brands is they are 100% natural and made from hypoallergenic cotton – so if you are trying to make sure the items you purchase do not harm the environment or yourself then look no further. Another important factor is no synthetic chemical dyes are used on their products – so your vagina will be mega happy. As we all know the vagina can be extremely high maintenance, if you have ever upset your PH balance, you will know what I’m getting at.
Veeda also has case studies to say that their customers noticed a significant amount of pain reduction using their tampons compared to other brands, which I don’t know about you – I would very much like to not have any menstrual cramp! I’m about that pain-free life, but my hormones just won’t allow this. Also apparently customer also experience shorter cycles too – again I am all about having less bleeding.
INCOMING TMI: Given when I was sent the items and the time of my cycle, I have not been able to try these out. If you wish to know further, talk to me in two weeks time ;)
If you interested in getting some of your own, price vary from £1.85- £2.99.
So whenever your next period is, I hope that it involves the bare minimum amount of PMS, menstrual cramps, and all the other symptoms that come along with that time of the month. God being a woman sometimes sucks at times.
Before I sign off, I just wanted to know when it comes to your period and buying products to manage your cycle, what are your deciding factors? Do you care about what it’s made from? Or do you buy just whatever is on offer? Or do you have a favourite brand that you stick too? Let me know in the comments. Personally, I do buy whatever is on offer, as I like to try new products.
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