The panty liners are each individually wrapped in biodegradable plastic and packaged in a recyclable cardboard box that features artwork from Australian artists.
Tsuno donate 50% of profits to charities that work to empower women, particularly in developing countries where they provide education scholarships and menstrual support.
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These are very soft, and it is nice to find a product made from bamboo fibre which is more sustainable than cotton. But they are hopeless to use - they are far too small and screw themselves up in my underwear.rnThey need to be much longer, stiffer, and have better glue on the back.
Bought these for my daughter and she is very happy with them. We like that these are inidividually wrapped.
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Best panytliners I have bought. Good packaging.
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Tsuno is a social enterprise that produces disposable, sustainable bamboo fibre sanitary towel, giving 50% of profits to charities that aim to empower women, particularly in developing countries. The pads are made with natural, breathable fibres that are great for the environment and kind to your skin because they don’t contain nasty chemicals like chlorine and dioxin, making them extra comfortable for you. Not only are the pads themselves eco-friendly, they come packaged in biodegradable plastic and a recyclable cardboard box that is beautifully designed with an Australian artists work.
Tsuno currently support the charity One Girl who provide women in Sierra Leone and Uganda with education scholarships and sanitary pads.
hey are currently researching and aiming to develop a 100% biodegradable sanitary pad.
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