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288 million people are menstruating right now

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Period skin 101

A period skin survival guide: vegan and ethical products to soothe hormonal breakouts

We’re sharing our favourite products and tips for combatting hormonal breakouts, including the best way to pop spots, making sure you double cleanse your skin and our favourite acids to calm spots. All recommendations are cruelty-free and vegan, so that you can have a glowing complexion without a moral compromise.
Building a period-friendly future in Ethiopia

Building a period-friendly future in Ethiopia

Follow the ongoing work at a WaterAid project in Addids Ababa in Ethiopia, which is building new toilets at two schools – just one example of the work Fempowered subscribers support, helping to bring clean toilets to the ¼ people that don’t have access to one.
What’s the most sustainable way to get rid of tampons?

What’s the most sustainable way to get rid of tampons?

62% of women have admitted to flushing their tampons down the toilet, but that can cause major issues with our sewers and add to the plastic in the ocean. Read on to find out the best way to get rid of your period products (spoiler: bin them), and a handy new product to use if there's no bin around: FabLittleBag.

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