LOLA Organic TamponsWhat’s in your tampon? Menstrual product manufacturers aren’t required to disclose tampon ingredients. We do know, however, that many are made with non-organic cotton treated with pesticides, herbicides, and bleaching agents. Plus, many include plastic applicators. If you’re not ready to go the menstrual cup route, then 100% organic cotton LOLA organic tampons might be your new period best friend.
10K = average number of feminine products a woman uses in her lifetime.
0 = number of ingredients required by the FDA to be disclosed to consumers.
0 = number of studies that have been conducted on the long-term effects of artificial fibers in tampons.
1 = number of ingredients in a LOLA tampon. No toxins, dyes, or synthetic stuff. Just organic cotton.
100K – number of tampons LOLA has donated since 2015.
Context: A woman’s vagina is the most absorbent part of the body.
LOLA was created by women, for women. Founders Jordana Kier and Alex Friedman were shocked when they started to dig deeper into feminine care, and realized that women are best equipped to create a product that women use…every month. LOLA knows not every woman loves hot pink! Their branding is simple, chic and won’t clash with your bathroom décor.
How would you like to try LOLA? Order online and receive your customized menstrual solutions directly and discreetly. No clubs. No long term commitments. The Inquisitive Mom readers can use CODE ‘GETLOLA’ to receive 60% Off any LOLA order. Expires 1/1/17.
Disclosure: I received product in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own.