Why use period pants?

Dislike tampons or pads?  Single use plastic? Spending too much?


Comfortable. Reusable. Cost effective.  Learn about the many benefits, what they are, how they work and who they are for.


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Buy 5 get 1 free

Period pants are a great investment and will save you money (and the planet) in the long run. But we also know sometimes making that change can be tough, so let us help. When you buy 5 pairs, we will give you the 6th pair free (calculated at checkout).

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Women wearing black seamless period pants, long yellow and white socks, a turquoise sweater and fingerless gloves. The model is holding a skipping rope with white wooden handles.  The. Background is hot pink.The Model has her back to the camera. It's a close up shot of her bottom. The period pants she wears are black and seamless. The model has her right hand on her hip.  The background is bright yellow.
  • Yellow and orange starburst background. in the middle there is a white cloud with a black and white period pad image.

    Single use disposable pads can be made of up to 90% plastic. Including all the adhesives, packing, backing strips etc, each pad is equivalent to around four plastic bags. Tampons have plastic in the string, come wrapped in plastic and many come with a plastic applicator.

  • According to WEN UK (Womens Environmental Network) almost 9% of the collected beach litter washed up on our shores in 2020 was SRD - Sewage Related Debris and 10% of this litter was composed of period pads, liners, and backing strips, tampons and applicators.

  • The average women uses 11,000 period products over an average life time. That means every year 200,000 tonnes of single use period products such as tampons, pads and applicators ​end up in landfill in the UK. The plastics in these produces can take over 500 years to decompose.

  • Pop art image of a plumbing holding up a plunger.  She is wearing blue overalls, a blue short and yellow washing up gloves.

    Did you know that you shouldn't flush tampons, pads or liners? According to WEN UK it has been estimated that of the 4.3 billion menstrual products used each year in the UK between 1.5-2 billion are flushed causing blockages and polluted waterways.