Breaking free from plastic: Biodegradable period products for sustainable cycles.
Plastic piles up.
Did you know that the average menstruator uses approximately 11,000-15,000 tampons or pads in their lifetime? That’s a lot of waste to sit around in landfills for generations to come! But fear not, because there’s a super simple, effective solution: biodegradable period products.
Turning the tide on plastic waste, one period at a time.
Traditional single-use pads and tampons are typically made with harsh chemicals and plastic material, which means they take centuries to break down - in fact, a single pad or tampon can take up to 500-800 years to decompose! Yes, even those that say ‘organic cotton’ or ‘cotton’ still have plastic components in them, which prevents them from fully decomposing.
Just imagine the environmental impact of hundreds of millions of plastic period waste piling up in landfills or floating in our oceans - leaving a legacy of plastic in our environment.
Enter: plastic-free periods!
Thankfully, there’s a plastic-free option that’s kinder to the planet and kinder to your body as well - without compromising on performance. (Win-win-win!)
Oi’s disposable period products: pads, tampons, and liners, are made to have minimal impact on the environment and will biodegrade over 5 years. Made with non-toxic certified organic cotton to be gentle in and on our sensitive bodies.
No plastic, no toxins, no leaks, just total confidence. By switching to Oi, you can save this amount of waste throughout your lifetime. It’s that easy!
You can even take it one step further by signing up for Oi’s subscription service that delivers your customised period products of choice straight to your doorstep every month, two months or even three months! The choice is yours.
By choosing biodegradable, plastic-free period products like Oi’s, you can make a big difference in taking care of both the environment and your well-being. It’s time to ditch the plastic and opt for options that your body will thank you for. This is a small but impactful step we can take to protect what’s most precious to us.