Lady Days: 100% certified organic tampons & pads for women’s hygiene



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100% Natural Tampons
for the 100% Natural Woman

We won’t do you dirty. Each tampon on our catalog is made from premium certified organic cotton, meaning it’s cruelty and chemical-free. No toxins, no pesticides, no guilt.

Premium Certified
Organic Period Pads

Soft, all-natural and ultra-flexible pads that can handle your worst periods while you stay on top of everything else. Absolutely no leaks.

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Did you know?

Plastic Periods

Most menstrual products today are made of single-use plastics, which are used once, discarded, and goes on to pollute the planet for 500 years. Tampon applicators, for example, are almost always made of plastics, while every pack of period pads has enough of the material to make four carrier bags. 45 million of these products are used each year, a good portion of which are flushed down the toilet and make their way to the ocean and litter beaches.

Women in Need

Access to proper menstrual hygiene is a basic human right, but hundreds of thousands of girls and women in developing and resource-poor countries have limited access to such products. Adolescent girls are the most vulnerable since it has been clinically shown that inadequate menstrual hygiene management affects their health and development.

Non-Organic Risks

Plastic menstrual products are everywhere. That doesn’t mean they’re safe. Plastics used in these products are made of unsafe substances that might be absorbed through the genitals through long-term exposure. The dioxin found in the gels used in sanitary pads are a known cause of ovarian cancer, for one. They also trap heat and dampness that often lead to тyeast infections and skin irritation.



should be held back on account of her biology. Lady Days fight against period poverty.



of Kenya’s adolescents don’t have access to feminine products.



of India’s 355 million menstruating women use soil and ash to soak up their periods for the same reason.


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girls in Africa are absent during their periods because they can’t afford menstrual pads and tampons.