These Flo Organic Tampons are available in variety packs of 16. The packs include 8 regular and 8 super-sized tampons that are applicator-free and good for the planet.
While menstrual products are a necessity for women around the globe, consumers are becoming more and more aware of the feminine care industry's negative impact on the environment. This is the result of increased plastic waste caused by pad and tampon production.
Flo Organic Tampons aim to address this issue by offering applicator and non-applicator tampons. The feminine care products are sold individually or through a subscription model that can be customized to coincide with consumers' menstrual cycles. Flo's tampons are also made from organic cotton, featuring no artificial materials and harsh chemicals added -- with the brand's applicator options made from recyclable, BPA-free plastics.
These Flo Organic Tampons Feature No Added Plastics
1. Sustainable Feminine Care - Opportunity for businesses to develop organic and eco-friendly menstrual products to meet the rising demand for sustainable alternatives.
2. Subscription-based Models for Feminine Care - Businesses can leverage subscription-based models to offer personalized menstrual product assortments and convenient deliveries directly to consumers.
3. Plastic-free Tampon Applicators - Innovative companies can develop reusable and sustainable tampon applicators made from eco-friendly materials to reduce plastic waste in the feminine care industry.
1. Eco-friendly Product Manufacturing - Manufacturers can focus on using organic and biodegradable materials to create feminine care products that are sustainable and environmentally friendly.
2. Subscription-based Services - Opportunity for businesses to provide subscription services for menstrual products to allow for convenient and personalized deliveries for their customers.
3. Reusable Product Development - Innovative companies can develop reusable and eco-friendly menstrual products that can replace disposable pads and tampons to help reduce plastic waste in the feminine care industry.