product review

Reviews of products, accessories, and resources for the modern lady and feminists everywhere.

  • Anne & Anamesa
    Published 26 days ago
    Flo Vitamins: Gummies that help with PMS

    Flo Vitamins: Gummies that help with PMS

    Its pretty likely you have seen those pink round gummies on your Instagram feed before; the ones that claim to help with various symptoms and pains that come right around that time of the month. Reviews from customers claim that the vitamins, filled with chaste berry, have helped clear their hormonal acne, curb cramps and overall make the time they are on their period a much better experience than what is traditionally known.
  • Shae Moreno
    Published 4 months ago
    Let’s talk about periods!

    Let’s talk about periods!

    How often do you think about how much waste is made when you're on your period? If you use traditional pads and tampons, it's quite a bit. In their lifetime, tampon users will use and dispose of, on average, 11,000 tampons. Each year, around 12 billion pads and 7 billion tampons end up in landfills. Not to mention the tampons that are flushed and go through the water system. So what are the alternatives? Well, my fellow period-havers, there are so many more sustainable options out there. Here are just a few.
  • Marilyn Glover
    Published 4 months ago
    Are We Really Talking About This?

    Are We Really Talking About This?

    I am here to talk about something which isn’t exactly dinner table conversation yet it needs to be addressed. From my theme picture above you have already figured out my topic by now so there are no surprises here. The information that I am going to provide however may be surprising. My goal is to provide important information which is vital to every woman’s health and for the future sake of our environment.
  • Jiska Stuij
    Published 7 months ago
    EVERYTHING you need to know about BIRTH CONTROL!

    EVERYTHING you need to know about BIRTH CONTROL!

    Birth control. For one a miracle cure, for another hell on earth. Since the birth of the pill, many different variants of the contraceptive have appeared, each with its own side effects.
  • Jane Kenney
    Published 8 months ago
    I Used a Menstrual Cup For the First Time... This Is What Happened

    I Used a Menstrual Cup For the First Time... This Is What Happened

    Periods are a weird topic. Some people get too into it and some people get too grossed out by it. Honestly, it's a normal part of the female reproductive system, so get over it. If you get skeeved out by blood and feminine product talk, then this article is not for you.
  • Brianna McCormick
    Published 8 months ago
    Birth Control

    Birth Control

    I first started taking birth control because my periods were so heavy and long. I started with the pill, I think it worked for awhile but I always forgot to take my pill so it just wasn't the right one for me.
  • Heirloom & Flourish
    Published 10 months ago
    Waste Free, Period

    Waste Free, Period

    About a year ago I decided to tackle my menstrustral cycle waste head on and be done with it, period. (yes, pun intended, lol). I have never been a fan, since the first day I discovered those pesky feminine products, of the waste I was producing every month and the health warnings that came with them. My monthly flow served with the potential side of Toxic Shock Syndrome was not appealing in the least. Which made my first menstrual cycle (and every one after that) more frustrated, anxious and guilty.
  • Katrin with Love
    Published about a year ago
    The PMS Chronicles

    The PMS Chronicles

    Pissed off and in pain. That’s the slogan of the PMS chronicles. Have you found yourself debilitated by the pain of pre-menstrual cramps? Unable to go about your day as you planned, because your body is just not co-operating?
  • Teela Hudak
    Published about a year ago
    What Is the Birth Control Patch?

    What Is the Birth Control Patch?

    The birth control patch is one method of birth control that uses a release of hormones to prevent pregnancy. It is a beige patch that is stuck to the skin. The user wears the patch for a week before replacing it with a new patch. This is done for three weeks in a row and then a week break is taken for menstruation.
  • Nancy D
    Published about a year ago
    'She Believed She Could, So She Did' Feminist Affirmation Cards Review and More

    'She Believed She Could, So She Did' Feminist Affirmation Cards Review and More

    I decided to buy my first collection of affirmation cards and I ended up choosing one called She Believed She Could, So She Did byPeter Pauper Press Inc. However, I realized even before buying them that I can't see all of the cards that come inside. Since I took the chance anyway and had them delivered to my doorstep, now it's my turn to let you know what cards come in this pack and what I thought about them.
  • Livie Rose Hollander
    Published about a year ago
    Eco-Friendly Period Survival for Plus Size Babes

    Eco-Friendly Period Survival for Plus Size Babes

    For the sake of this article, I will be using she/her pronouns, but it is important to note that periods and menstruation occur in people of all different genders and pronouns.
  • Ossiana Tepfenhart
    Published 2 years ago
    I Tried the World’s First Sex-Proof Menstrual Cup. Here's What Happened.

    I Tried the World’s First Sex-Proof Menstrual Cup. Here's What Happened.

    If there’s one thing I detest, it’s having sex during “that time of the month.” I don’t mind the fact that it might smell a bit, nor do I get to annoyed by the lack of foreplay options it causes. (Okay, well, maybe I am a bit salty about that.)