Lena Cup Sensitive Review by Eco Fluffy Mama

Back in 2016, I reviewed the Lena Cup, which I really loved. As a new brand, the cup was very well received by users. And I can see why; it’s a fantastic cup and the customer service is amazing. But, not everyone got on with the cup as some people suffer from sensitivity regarding the firmness of the cup. Instead of just ignoring their customers, Lena Cup listened and a little while ago launched a brand new version of their cup. The Lena Cup Sensitive.

The lovely folks at Lena Cup sent me over their new cup in both sizes to give a whirl. View Post

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Bloomtown botanicals blue clay face mask is palm oil free and great for sensitive skin

Bloomtown Botanicals is a UK based small business, based in Cornwall. They specialise in making ethical and natural skincare. All of their products are free from wheat, palm oil, palm oil derived ingredients, SLS, parabens, detergents, synthetic colours, phthalates, and animal products (with the exception of ethically harvested and organic beeswax). View Post

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Review of the Earthwise cloth pads made by Earthwise Girls

Earthwise cloth pads are the brand of one of my favourite retailers, Earthwise Girls. They sell a great range of reusable menstrual products (and eco household goodies!) so, it was nice to see them branch out to creating their own cloth pads. The Earthwise cloth pads are super affordable and ideal for those just starting out. View Post

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Green People Deodorant Review

Green People are an organic skincare brand that started trading in 1997. I’ve known about them for a long time, but up until recently, hadn’t actually tried any of their products. Of course, being slightly obsessed with reviewing natural deodorants, the first products by Green People that I tried were their natural deodorants.

The lovely folks at Green People sent the Quinoa and Prebiotics Deodorant for me to try, and the Stay Fresh 8 Men’s Deodorant for my partner. View Post

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No More Taboo is a not-for-profit social enterprise who want to tackle period poverty in the UK

Books in the background from top to bottom: Code Red – Lisa Lister, Moon Time – Lucy H Pearce, Wild Power – Alexandra Pope, Burning Woman – Lucy H Pearce.

No More Taboo is a not-for-profit social enterprise who want to tackle period poverty in the UK. They run education programmes for young people in the UK and elsewhere, along with running charitable projects, breaking taboos, and selling sustainable menstrual products.

Did you know that 1 in 5 people in the South West of England are in poverty? Imagine not being able to afford menstrual products, and having to forgo them in order to put food on the table or heat your home. I’ve been there myself after I lost my job many years ago, which led me to selling my belongings to buy reusable products. So this organisation and its goals are, in my opinion, really important and close to my heart. View Post

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The XO Flo is a menstrual cup that’s made in the USA by GladRags. The name probably sounds familiar, and that’s because they’ve been around for a long time selling cloth pads. It came as no surprise to me that a menstrual cup was added to their range. GladRags kindly sent me an XO Flo to try out and to write a review.

XO Flo Menstrual Cup Review for eco conscious people wanting a zero waste period View Post

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It's Aromatherapy Awareness Week and I want to celebrate with a giveaway! I love essential oils for skincare, health and zero waste cleaning

It’s Aromatherapy Awareness Week! I use essential oils on a very regular basis – from my DIY skincare and health, to using them in zero waste cleaning. The theme for this year is aromatherapy and mental health. As someone who suffers with depression and anxiety, this really struck a chord with me. I’ve started using a roller blend to help me get to sleep, and to help calm me down. When I’m feeling low, I pop a citrus blend in the diffuser to help ‘pick me up’.

I’ve selected 2 massage oils and roller blends to help you unwind, destress and fight those aches. View Post