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What is Organic Living?

What is Organic Living?

Organic living is not simply the notion of buying organic products and produce. It’s more about embracing a lifestyle and mentality that is centred on environmental awareness, healthy living and holistic organic practices.

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The Basics on The Female Reproductive System

The Basics on The Female Reproductive System

Female Reproductive System 101. Need a brief recap on the female reproductive system? We want to honour the inner workings of the female body and share with you a very simple 101 on how the structures and functions of this incredible system. 

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Reusable Cloth Mask 101: How to properly wear your face mask.

Reusable Cloth Mask 101: How to properly wear your face mask.

It’s wonderful to see so many people in the community seeking out reusable cloth face masks! We know the priority for each and every one of us is to keep our loved ones and the wider community safe. We hope these tips on how to effectively wear a face mask might offer a little extra help to those who may not be 100% sure of the do’s and don'ts of face mask use. 

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Looking For Reusable Organic Cotton Face Mask? We Have the Eco Solution– hannahMASK

Looking For Reusable Organic Cotton Face Mask? We Have the Eco Solution– hannahMASK

Our reusable organic cotton hannah⋮MASK is unbleached, undyed and chemical free, so even the most sensitive skin type has a reusable mask option. hannah⋮MASK is double layered, using top quality organic cotton that has a cotton count of 180-220, ensuring a tighter weave, so you'll get more protection compared to fabrics with a looser weave (where you can often see light through the fabric!). 

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Tips for a greener and plastic free lifestyle

Tips for a greener and plastic free lifestyle

Plastic free July is the perfect time to initiate changes and collectively help reduce the excessive global consumption of plastic that threatens our natural world. Last year, 2019, 250 million people across the globe took part in the plastic free July challenge. 

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7 Tips for Easy Menstrual Cup Removal– hannahCUP

7 Tips for Easy Menstrual Cup Removal– hannahCUP

You’ve managed to insert your cup (go you!), now the time has come to remove it and we’re here to help. Removing your cup can take some time and practice to master. We want you to know all the tricks we use for an easy removal. Sometimes it takes a good few cycles to figure how to best remove your cup, but once you get the hang of it, it’s easy!

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5 Tips for Easy Menstrual Cup Insertion– hannahCUP

5 Tips for Easy Menstrual Cup Insertion– hannahCUP

If you’re having a bit of trouble inserting your hannahcup, don’t worry, you’re not alone! It can take some time and patience to get the hang of using a menstrual cup or changing to a new cup. Below are some tips and tricks that we hope might offer some guidance.  

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hannah⋮AU- Menstrual Hygiene Day 2020

hannah⋮AU- Menstrual Hygiene Day 2020

We believe that education and communication are the best tools for creating social change. That’s why we’re standing up and speaking out this 
Menstrual Hygiene Day to show our support and solidarity. These may be tough and unprecedented times, but periods don’t stop for pandemics. 

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A Guide to Figure Out How Many Cloth Pads You'll Need

A Guide to Figure Out How Many Cloth Pads You'll Need

We’ve asked 4 hannah⋮AU staff to share how many pads they own and use throughout the duration of their cycle. Not surprisingly, the team ranges from light to heavy flow and varying cycle lengths. Hopefully this gives you an idea of how many pads you may need for your cycle.

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Introducing hannah⋮cup- Your New BFF!

Introducing hannah⋮cup- Your New BFF!

hannahcup is a high quality menstrual cup, offering you comfortable, healthy and easy period management. Made from 100% Medical Grade Silicone, hannahcup is the perfect menstrual cup for beginners– as it is not too soft nor too firm. Our cup is natural in colour, non-toxic, BPA free, SGS Medical Device Tested, and FDA registered.

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The Moon Cycle and Your Cycle: What’s the deal?

The Moon Cycle and Your Cycle: What’s the deal?

Essentially, just as there are four phases of a menstrual cycle (you can read about those phases in detail here!), there are four Lunar Phases that correlate with each of the phases of our cycle. As we see the moon change in form, menstruators experience the push and pull of changing hormones. The notion is to align your menstrual phases with the harmonising lunar phases.

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How I Learnt to Love My Period

How I Learnt to Love My Period

For 7 years I absolutely dreaded my period. From the debilitating pain, hospitalisations and leaking through my disposables and onto my school dress; there’s no shortage of bad memories for me. But over the recent years, I slowly began to see my menstrual cycle in a different light. And I’m proud to say I love my period ❤️Here’s my story…

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Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Ovarian Cancer is the eighth most common cancer affecting women in Australia. Over 1,600 women are diagnosed with the disease each year [1]. This is why it’s crucial to continue bringing awareness to help fund further research and improve survival rates which is sitting at 45% for 5 year survival in recent times [2]. This number we believe can and must improve so it’s time to ovary-act! Here are some things you need to know about the disease.

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The Toxin Free Period Choice: hannahpad

The Toxin Free Period Choice: hannahpad

Legally in Australia, manufacturing companies of period products such as tampons and pads are not required to list all the ingredients contained in their products. This makes it difficult to choose products when companies aren’t transparent. Which is why we created hannahpad, a non-toxic period product you don’t have to compromise your health for. 

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What is really in disposable pads?

What is really in disposable pads?

A year ago I had never even thought about the fact that there could be toxins in disposable pads and tampons. Why would there be? I just assumed that the people making them had my best interest at heart, how very naive of me. One of the things that astounded me was the fact that one pad is estimated to have the same amount of plastic as 4 plastic bags.

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