Lene XXl Size Sanitary Pads
Lene XXl Size Sanitary Pads – 5+1 Pack, 100% Cotton, 100% Pure & Hygiene, 100% Comfortable. Eco Friendly, Breathing Top Sheet. And also, Highly Absorbent, Antibacterial Properties and Secure and Safe.
Sanitary Pads Yes Or No!
Thanks to whoever introduced sanitary pads to the world. It is a blessing to womanhood and the most needed to make her feel confident in the most uncomfortable stage of menstruation. We need also to be sure of what we use in the most sensitive part of the body.
Unhealthy synthetic sanitary pads could be an open invitation to many diseases. It can create serious health issues by directly inducing harmful chemicals, pesticides. Artificial perfumes through the bloodstream. There is a need to look out for safe and also healthy sanitary pads that are free from heavy toxins and help towards the overall health of the body.
Sanitary pads are yes but choose the best and also the right one!!!
Time to Shift
It is good to have deep research run on the product you are using in your time of distress on the most vulnerable part of your body. It is high time to focus on the disadvantages. Health and environmental hazard of using unsafe, highly toxin synthetic sanitary pads. And also, Short time comfort can cause you long time health problems. Be sure of what you are using.
Shift to natural organic sanitary pads free from harmful and artificial chemicals to fight your periods with health and confidence.
Come feel the difference and spread the word. Be the change that benefits your loved ones and the environment. Let us go plastic-free and chemical-free for a healthy and hygienic society.
Tips to reduce your period cramps.
Eat anti-inflammatory foods Some foods can offer natural relief for cramps and they taste great. Anti-inflammatory foods can help promote blood flow and relax your uterus.
Try eating berries, tomatoes, pineapples and spices like turmeric, ginger or garlic. Leafy green vegetables, almonds, walnuts, and fatty fish, like salmon, can also help reduce inflammation.
Did you know that 353 million women and adolescents in India use sanitary pads, which, in turn, generates up to 125 kgs per person or more of waste through their menstruating years?
Sanitary pads are typically disposed of in two ways. They are either buried in landfills which take 500-800 years for them to decompose each or are burned in incinerators that release toxic fumes like dioxins, phuron, and other carcinogenic compounds into the atmosphere.