You eat (mostly) organic and you’ve changed to all-natural cleaning products. But what about your privates? Do they get the all-natural and eco-friendly love they need and deserve? Read on for the best all-natural products for your lady bits and sexy time.
Did you know that 12 billion pads and 7 million tampons are dumped into U.S. landfills every year? Women will spend around $5,000 on feminine hygiene products in her lifetime. Conventional tampons and pads are made with materials like bleach and chlorine, along with pesticides and over 3,000 chemicals, including carcinogens and endocrine disruptors.
Whether you are concerned about saving the planet, or the chemicals in your feminine hygiene products, don’t forget about your lady bits when you are enjoying your cleaner, greener, and healthier lifestyle. Your V will thank you for it!
Menstrual cups like the Diva Cup are made with medical grade silicone. They are inserted into the vagina to catch menstrual flow. When the cup is full, just empty it into the toilet, wash it, and re-insert. They can be worn for up to 12 hours. Menstrual cups collect the fluid instead of absorbing it. They come in different sizes, and will typically last for about two years.
Menstrual cups can take a little time to get used to, and are definitely messy to remove. But they save money and landfill waste.
Recommended: The Diva Cup
While these panties must be used together with your feminine hygiene products, they made from organic cotton and designed for extra protection.
Tampons and Pads
There are many quality brands out there that are made with 100% certified organic cotton. If you want to go all out super granola, try a reusable pad. Or meet in the middle… traditional organic for heavier days and the reusable pads for lighter days.
Julva is a non-prescription, DHEA restorative cream for the vulva. It’s made WITHOUT estrogen, parabens, GMOs, and gluten. Benefits include reversing vaginal atrophy, restoring natural lubrication, and increasing sexual pleasure.
Long gone are the days of only having the blue tube of lube as your option. Look for an organic formula made without parabens.
Many condoms contain carcinogens. Do you really want carcinogens where these condoms go? Not only do you want condoms that are tested to work, but look for FDA approval, and special traits such as fair trade, vegan, sustainable, and non-GMO.
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