Surfing The Crimson Wave: A Practical Guide To Heavy Flow

At Lunapads, we’ve learned that every period is different. Some of our customers manage their flow with a few pads or a trusty pair of...

by Jane H.

From Vancouver to Uganda and Beyond: The One4Her Story

We still remember receiving the handwritten letter that was the first step in our global menstrual health journey. It was early in 2000, and Suzanne...

by Alysha S.

Full-Time Feminist: An Interview with Angie Coates of the Five15

Here at Lunapads, we're passionate about supporting feminist entrepreneurship. That's why we're psyched to introduce you to Angie Coates, a friend of Lunapads and a...

by Jane H.

Periods & The City

We are just back from an amazing whirlwind trip to New York, which not-so-surprisingly happened to coincide with me having my period, not to mention...

by Madeleine S.

AFRIpads & Lunapads: Putting A Ring On It

It's amazing timing that AFRIpads founders Paul Grinvalds and Sophia (Sonia) Klumpp have recently become engaged (hooray! we wish them every happiness), because we have...

by Madeleine S.

Pirates, B Corps & Disruption: Not Business as Usual

It won't come as news to most people reading this blog that our business philosophy is firmly grounded in the belief that capitalism can be...

by Madeleine S.

5 Sweet Steps to Yoga, Periods & Mindfulness

If you’ve seen the hilarious “Sh*t Yogis say” video, then you will probably remember the moment where someone proudly exclaims, “The DivaCup changed my life!”....

by Madeleine S.

Malawi Update (& BIG Love!)

As reported in April 2012, in conjunction with Cotton Tales, Pads4Girls launched a ground breaking and socially innovative new development campaign called Transformation Textiles ("TT"):...

by Madeleine S.

Eco & Socially Responsible Gift Giving

Please post below your favourite finds for socially responsible, handmade, local or upcycled gifts! Ah Christmas! A love/hate relationship for me. There are quaint pieces...

by Lunapads Team


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