[sg_popup id=”1″ event=”onload”][/sg_popup]First of all, this is not a sponsored ad. This is not sponsored content. I am just a woman who is tired of sh*tty feminine care products, and I imagine there are many women out there who feel the same. I found LOLA–a tampon delivery service–through a Facebook ad and after checking out their website, I was totally sold on trying their product.
Each LOLA tampon is made from 100% organic cotton, AND they deliver right to your door with no cost for shipping. It’s a really convenient service that is customizable to your exact needs. You can get any assortment of light, regular, super, and super+ tampons, night and day pads, and panty liners, for YOUR body’s cycle.
And because it is shipped to you in bulk (I get two boxes delivered every two months), you never have to run out of the house because you forgot to pick some up at the store.
“But wait, there’s more…”
Girls are no strangers to tampon life, but our knowledge of what is actually in them is as alien as life on Mars. I myself never thought twice about it until discovering LOLA.
Companies which manufacture feminine care products are NOT required by any federal laws or regulations, to divulge a full list of product ingredients.
That means, companies can put whatever they want in their products to make them as cheap as possible, which has lead us to an industry that places harmful chemicals and artificial fibers in women’s bodies, right where the sun don’t shine.
After my first period with LOLA, that itchy discomfort which I felt the last few days of my period totally vanished, which made me very aware of what damage I had been doing every month for, I don’t know, TEN YEARS?
Women use an estimated 10,000 feminine products in their lifetimes, and if the care is not careful, then there is a major risk for women’s health, not just with discomfort, but long term effects.
And by the way, there are NO studies being conducted to investigate the long-term effects of industrial tampons and pads, many of which use chemicals, dyes, and artificial fibers.
The current state of feminine care is yet another side-effect of a male-centered world that is not only negligent but harmful towards its taking care of women.
LOLA is a company headed by two women, Jordana Kier and Alex Friedman, who are dedicated to providing top notch products to women around the U.S., and eventually, around the world.
With every LOLA purchase, the company donates feminine care products to women in need, including to women’s shelters where tampons are greatly needed and yet scarce.
I love every aspect of this company and I truly believe that it is worth the few extra bucks to provide a better period, and to help women in need by supporting this brand.