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Most women between the ages of 13 and 50 who have a uterus will have a period once a month – the 3–7 day window during which blood from the uterus is released through the vagina. With approximately 450 periods in a lifetime, it is always a good idea to consider the products used to manage your periods.

This is especially true nowadays, given that the landscape of period products has changed dramatically in recent years, and sustainability concerns are (rightfully) on the rise. Your period should not interfere with your daily life. There are a variety of products available to keep you comfortable and dry; the one you choose is entirely up to you. There are several factors to consider that can help you narrow down your options, such as the activity you will be doing, the cost of the product, the ease of use, and the product’s environmental impact. We’ve outlined the pros and cons below to help you make your decision


Gone are the days when a small amount of blood could intimidate us and put an end to all of our plans. We no longer make exceptions for anyone. We’re here, and we’re bleeding. Period

So many people in India are discovering what it’s like to not let a period interfere with our daily lives; to not let rashes and the fear of stains keep us awake at night; and to not wake up with the fear that the bed has been stained red (hey, that rhymes).