Trade To Aid Reusable Sanitary Pads - Giveaway

Recently Trade to aid contacted me about their reusable sanitary wear, something that I don't currently use, but have read a lot about and debated trying. Trade to aid is on a mission to alleviate period poverty! Period poverty is a global issue where financial constraints prevent girls and women of any age from accessing sanitary products for their periods. Without access to sanitary products, girls and women are forced to improvise or not use any sanitary products at all. Rags, toilet roll, paper towels or torn clothes could all be used as substitutes and may be used for longer than is healthy. Menstrual stigma and lack of education create a cruel self-perpetuating cycle that prevents women and girls from seeking help. For every pack of pads, you buy from Trade to aid they provide women and girls in refugee camps with sanitary products to support them on their periods. They also support menstrual educational programmes for young people in West Africa.

Trade To Aid reusable period pads are comfortable, secure and save you money. They are made of recycled, reusable materials and the pads are simple to wash and easy to reuse. Reusable pads reduce waste, keep plastic out of landfills and away from the oceans. They are an easy way to make a small change to the planet. The main thing that puts some people off reusable pads is the cleaning afterwards, but washing the pads is quick and easy. You can wash them by hand with soap and water, or pop them in the washing machine, and then hang them to dry. Each pad is made from super soft bamboo charcoal that is extra absorbent so you don't need to worry about leaks. They are so super colourful with a bright geometric pattern on each pad. Each pack of Trade To Aid reusable pads contains 6 pads, 2 light flow, 2 medium flow and 2 heavy flow, so one box can set you up for your entire period from start to finish. You also get a handy bag to store your used pads in on the go. The cost is just £29.99, the average woman in the UK spends around £13 a month minimum on sanitary products. That works out to over £1,500 over a 10-year period. So in less than 3 months, these pads will have paid for themselves.

The team over at Trade to aid have generously given me another set of these reusable pads to give away to one of my readers. For your chance to win just enter via the widget below. The more options you enter the more chance you have to win. 

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7. Giveaway open until midnight 14th November 2021

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