Retailers & Useful Links

Stores That I Recommend

When I first started out looking for reusable menstrual and eco-friendly products, I had no idea where to start. So I’ve put together a little list of stores that I’ve used and trust. Stores morked with an asterisk (*) are affiliates, which you can find more about in my Terms & Conditions page.


Earth ConsciousEco Dreams*BoobalouFeminine Wear – Babi PurEarthwise Girls – Moon Times – Luxury MoonGreen People*Big Green Smile*Natural Collection*Ethical Superstore*

Discount Codes – (Use code ECOFLUFFYMAMA for discounts at Babi Pur, Eco Dreams, Earthwise Girls & Feminine Wear / Use code EcoMama for discount at Boobalou / Use code FLUFFY for 15% off at Green People)


LunaPads – (Use ambassador code 515036 and code LUNALOVE for 15% off orders over $35)

Dear Kates – (Use code ECOFLUFFYMAMA15 for 15% off)



Blogs That I Enjoy

Between blogging and other stuff, there are a few blogs I enjoy reading and I thought I’d share them with you. These are just a couple that I enjoy, and I hope you will too.

Sarah Price – Sarah is a friend of mine who is also a green living blogger, but with a strong focus on natural skincare. I absolutely love her site. It’s full of useful information, and I often find myself referencing her blog when I am learning more about natural skincare. If you’re into self care and learning about skincare, then her blog is one you will love.

Reinventing Neesha – Neesha is the wonderful lady who does work on my website monthly, by removing broken links and SEO etc. She’s an amazing knowledgeable blogger who is amazing to work with, and always gives me great advice.

Cara Sutra – I really enjoy Cara’s blog. Some of you may recognize her name as a very popular blogger within the sex toy industry. If that’s your thing, go have a look.

Living Life Our Way – Katie is a lovely lady and I really enjoy reading her posts about her outdoor lifestyle. She has some wonderful posts on home education and zero waste.

When Tania Talks – This lovely lady blogs about her life as someone with chronic illness, along with beauty and fashion. I find Tania’s posts really inspiring to rea plus I love her style.

Cattitude & Co – I cannot explain how much Tara inspires me, and I love that she is like me in how she writes about periods, smashing taboos. She’s also one of the few people who has continuously lifted me up and cheered me on.

Petticoats & Patriarchy – Liv is an amazing blogger, and someone I call an online friend. She’s always there cheering me on (much like Tara), and her content is brilliant. If feminism, mental health issues and tackling things like racism/ableism etc are your thing, then you will LOVE her blog.


YouTube Channels That I love

The Minimalist Ninja – Nina is my favourite Youtuber! I really enjoy her videos and often find watching her videos when I need to get inspiration. Her videos on zero waste and minimalism are fantastic and she’s very softly spoken, which I love.

Sustainably Vegan – Immy has such a warm and welcoming smile, that it’s easy to see why she has a large subscriber count. I feel like she talks to us about Zero Waste and Veganism in a non judgemental tone.

Bloody Mayhem, Pad Thai, Am Cozy – are also people I enjoy watching. They all talk about reusable menstrual products, but they’re all quite different. Each of them offer up fantastic advice and I watch them on a regular basis.

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  1. Vicky Sherrard
    24th June 2015 / 5:34 am

    Hi Tamsin,
    Just noticed Honour Your Flow is NOT in your list of pad retailers! Would you pop us in please? Thanks Vicky

    • Tamsin
      29th June 2015 / 8:37 pm

      Oh gosh! So sorry sweet lady. On the case now xo

  2. Celeste
    23rd February 2016 / 5:44 am

    Hi, just wondering if you know anything about Eco Femme pads?

  3. 23rd February 2016 / 9:34 pm

    What do you need to know? It’s not a brand I’ve reviewed, but I am familiar with them.

  4. 12th February 2018 / 11:58 am

    I couldn’t agree with you more when it comes to supporting lesser-known blogs that one loves. I do it regularly for the sheer joy of helping other people discover sites they might really like.

    If everyone behaved this way, the world would be a wonderful place. 🙂