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Mindful parent, mindful earth

450,000 tonnes of waste are dumped in Australian landfill each year as a result of disposable nappies, baby wipes, disposable sanitary pads, tampons, incontinence pads and breast pads. 2 billion nappies alone are disposed of annually. When combined with feminine sanitary pads, tampons, incontinence products, and such hygiene products, this figure equates to more than 7 million items per day, taking around 500 years to break down. The costs involved with these products are not only environmental though. The average baby from birth to toddler, will require 6,000 nappy changes and more than double in baby wipes. This equates to costs averaging $3500 to $5000 per child for nappies alone.

The average woman will spend approximately $120 per year on disposable sanitary items, which over the lifetime of their menstrual cycle alone, can equate to an average of $3500-$5000. In Australia 800 million disposable pads and tampons are sold annually, with 75% of the market for pads. The statistics are alarming, and so our goal has been to continue to offer the ultimate alternatives to everyday needs, aiding where we can, families in their journey to a more mindful lifestyle.

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