BlogMania is just around the corner! Actually, it’s in less than a week. In case you are just now hearing of BlogMania, it’s where 200 blogs host huge prize packages (cumulative amount of $40,000!) over a 2 day period. That’s it, 2 days and the winner is picked. Make sure you come back anywhere between 12:01 am on the 15th and 11:59 pm on the 16th for your chance to win In mean time, accrue your bonus entries while you can (I have well over 100 bonus entries, giving you a more than good chance of winning).
Now, without further ado, I introduce to you, Etsy’s Aunt Flo’s Sass…
sass: (slang) having a spirited attitude; possessing an impertinent, insolent, or saucy quality.
Who is Aunt Flo?
Actually, Aunt Flo isn’t Flo at all. Her name is Naomi, and she designs her own all-in-one resuable cloth Sass Rags. No inserts or covers to worry about, just straight forward heavy and light day (overnight and thong are also available) pads that snap around your panties.
Want to know more about the Sass Rags?
The pads are made of 100% unbleached, certified organic cotton grown and milled in the United States. The underside is made of non-organic cotton flannel in a variety of patterns for an appealing design, though she will make the entire rag (pad, underside and wings) of organic cotton upon request. The snaps are USA-made stainless steel (non-rusting and non-irritating). Sass Rags can be purchased in any assortment and quantity.
Any new and upcoming additions to her current list of products?
She’s working on a new batch of full bottom Sass Rags and wing prints (FLUFFY WHITE BUNNY and ROBOT).
Why buy reusable menstrual products?
For environmental, economic and a woman’s health and safety alternative menstrual products are rightly becoming more appealing. Statistics estimate that the average woman will dispose of 10,000 to 15,000 pads or tampons in her lifetime, costing her roughly 3 to 4,000 dollars, and exposing her to toxins and chemicals that may affect a her health later in life. Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is caused by a build up of a bacterial toxin (which happens to grow well on rayon fibers which are found in most mainstream products) and is generally associated with tampons, but can also be caused by disposable pads since the synthetic liners used don’t allow for the body to breath as it would with just a cotton panty. Mainstream disposable products expose women to traces of harmful pesticides, dioxins and chlorine bleach. This exposure can and should be avoided by using reusable cotton rags, menstrual cups, or even disposable products made out of 100% organic cotton. Aunt Flo wants women to know about the risks and be able to choose products that are safer for her body.
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