Sakhi is a feminine hygiene brand that's aiming to change the way women experience their period, through introducing reusable sanitary napkins.
Few people consider the environmental impact of their period regardless of the fact that pads and tampons are responsible for a large portion of waste in landfills. Sakhi is hoping to change this, through offering people a sanitary napkin that's made from pinewood paper, meaning its entirely bio-degradable. In addition, these feminine hygiene products are far more absorbent than leading period-related products on the market.
What's more, is that Sakhi pads are easily washable and can last between 5 - 6 years, serving as a more cost-effective sanitary solution that won't contribute to environmental waste.
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