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Here’s The Down-Low on Organic Tampons

Natural and organic tampon brands are blossoming into stores. Will they make for a happier hoo-ha? Well, there's no evidence that artificial fibers in conventional period products are harmful to your privates, says Ashlesha Patel, M.D., a gynecology professor at Northwestern University. Still, the eco options should absorb just as well and bring other silver linings to your crimson wave.
 

The Honest Company Organic Cotton Tampons
Jessica Alba's new line of feminine care products (which also includes pads and liners) has eco-friendly wrapping that produces less pollution. Plus: The cotton is sourced from a textile company that requires fair hours and wages for its workers. From $6 per box, honest.com
 

 

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Conscious Period Organic Tampons
Your time of the month may suck a little less knowing that, for every box you buy of these environmentally responsible tamps, a homeless woman will receive a pack of pads. $8, indiegogo.com
 

 

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Lola Natural Cotton Tampons
This nationwide subscription service delivers 100 percent cotton tampons in sleek white containers made of recycled paper. You can customize your mix of light, regular, and super stoppers, and pause or cancel your membership at will. $10, mylola.com

 

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