Menopause - The Symptoms and Causes You Should be Aware Of
What Does Your Period Say About Your Health?
What You Need to Know About Your Vaginal pH Level
A healthy vaginal pH level is very important to your vaginal environment. Just like water, there are normal levels of pH that ensure that your vagina is well-protected and cleansed. A balanced pH helps protect against unhealthy bacteria and the mass reproduction of yeast that may cause odor, discomfort or infection. In reproductive years, a woman’s pH should be between 4.0-4.5, while in menopausal years, a woman’s pH can be higher than 4.5. If you are feeling as though your pH may be off, the best way to find out is to test it!
The Myths Surrounding Menstrual Cups
The History of Feminine Hygiene Products
Guide To an Eco-Friendly Bathroom
According to studies, people are using more environmentally friendly products than ever before. You can help keep harmful plastics out of our oceans and landfills by switching to zero-waste bathroom products.
How to Care for Your UltuCup: A Simple Step-By-Step Guide
Humans are the primary culprits when it comes to disposing of so much waste on our planet on a regular basis! It is absurd to believe that, on average, people will throw away approximately 300 pounds of tampons and pads in their lifetime. Worse yet? Approximately 20 billion period protection products, such as tampons, pads, various applicators, and sanitary napkins, will end up in landfills in North America.
How to Choose the Best Menstrual Cup for You: A Guide
If you dislike tampons, you may be wondering what other options you have to handle your period. More and more people are turning their attention towards menstrual cups that work just as well as tampons (if not better) and don't come with so many downsides.