Eco Friendly Sustainable Sanitary Pad Starter Kit

Just Little Changes

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Reusable Sanitary Pad Stater Kit with Laundry Wash Bag and FlowCatcher (as pictured - bags and pads come in a variety of designs) Just Little Changes is a U.K. based brand of comfy, stylish reusable cotton sanitary pads. Cotton is perfect for sitting against your skin in summer and winter as it’s breathability allows skin to retain airflow and not irritate it. These cool pads come in a variety of shapes and sizes (in our wider range available in store) but in these started kits you can expect : 3 x sustainable sanitary pads for either heavy or normal flow 1 x zippable laundry wash bag 1 x flowcatcher as pictured These starter kits come in a range of designs, the cool must have accessory for every period. More comfortable than plastic pads Reusable No nasty toxins! Did you know? Always Pads when tested contain: Styrene: carcinogen. Chloromethane: reproductive toxicant. Chloroethane: carcinogen. Chloroform: carcinogen, reproductive toxicant, neurotoxin. Acetone: irritant. Now wonder why you don’t get on with disposables? Why should we use sustainable sanitary pads and tampons? “A single disposable sanitary pad can take up to 800 years to degrade, so switching to a reusable version like this is an easy way to help ease pressure on our planet. Every woman out there who we can get switched to reusables, is reducing her landfill contribution by nearly 800 disposables every three years. This is without all the extra plastics regular sanitary disposables come wrapped in!” Emma There are estimated to be around nine plastic applicators for every one kilometre of a beach in the UK, with each one making its way into the water by being flushed down toilets (around half of the women in the UK do this) or dumped there from landfill. Considering that the average woman is estimated to use around 14,000 tampons in her lifetime, and that tampons and sanitary pads produce around 100 billion pieces of waste every year, it’s hardly surprising that 27,938 used tampons and applicators are found on the world’s beaches every single day.