Some women know exactly when they ovulate, or can tell that their period is due from their mood or other physical changes. But how many of us fully track or monitor our libido in relation to our menstrual cycles, or know that the position of our cervix can change throughout the month?
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Understanding exactly what our menstrual cycle’s impact is on our skin throughout the month can help us to adjust our skin-care routines to reflect our body’s needs, as well as giving us a greater appreciation of the fascinating and positive impacts our reproductive hormones can have.
Despite nearly 800 million of us menstruating daily across the globe, periods still remain a taboo across many sectors of our society - leaving them shrouded in myth and rumours. We’re passionate about putting a stop to these societal blushes and ensuring periods are spoken about as freely as they flow.
Did you know that we make 35,000 choices each day? It’s little wonder, then, that the changes we’re told to make to limit our footprints can seem so endless.
Every so often, a documentary on the environment is released that causes a stir. The power of television in changing minds and hearts around the climate crisis should never be overlooked.
As an independent business that sets out to challenge the corporate mainstream, we’re always keeping an eye out for likeminded beauty brands on a similar mission.
Easter symbolises new beginnings more than ever this year as a relaxation of lockdown rules allows us to meet pockets of family and friends in our gardens and open spaces.
Intelligently engineered, our cup is made from 100% hypoallergenic medical-grade silicon and silky soft to wear – giving you comfortable round-the-clock, stress-free protection.
COVID-19 has seen unemployment rates rocket, with the number of people out of work estimated to reach 2.6 million by the middle of 2021.
We spoke to Oxford Mutual Aid, an organisation set up in response to the pandemic, about their experience of the UK’s inequality crisis.