As consumers continue to go through a period of awakening where their health and well-being are concerned, it seems as though manufacturers and big brands are taking notice. The trend towards more eco-friendly, natural, and organic choices in life has spread into the category of women’s personal care products. What may have been the furthest thing from your mind has now suddenly become a major factor in the purchase decision-making process.
If you haven’t yet sampled the variety of women’s organic personal care products on the market, and are curious as to where to start, you’ll want to read on and check out these items and use them as your starting point.
It can be pretty hard to stray from your favorite body wash or bar of soap, so going organic in this area can be a great first step. The good news is that organic soap is readily available today and you can find it in liquid, gel, mousse, and bar soap form. Because the soap needs to use organic and natural ingredients, you may find the scent to be better, more natural, and lasting.
Other benefits in switching to organic soap include the fact it can be more gentle for sensitive skin, there aren’t any chemicals added, it can leave the skin softer, and it’s safer for the environment.
Another area of interest has been organic tampons. The whole idea is that these tampons use “better for you” materials that are not only safe for women, but can be better choices in terms of the environment and waste. Women can not only access these organic tampons, but do so in a way that is convenient thanks to the availability of subscription services.
Popular companies in the industry are Lola and Cora, both of which provide a subscription service. Tampons are delivered straight to your door so there is no need to go out and shop for them. It is convenient and discreet. You can read an in-depth Lola tampon and pad subscription review, and see how it compares to other companies on the Fin vs Fin website.
The review compares organic tampons to traditional ones, takes a look at the pros of a subscription service, the social impact of organic tampons, and more.