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5 Indian Brands Of Sanitary Napkin We Bet You Did Not Know

5 Indian Brands of Sanitary Napkin 

1. ECO FEMME

ECO FEMME  is a woman – led social enterprise founded in 2010 and is based in Tamil Nadu. The organization goal is to create social and environmental change through revolutionizing the menstrual practice that is healthy, environmentally sustainable,  culturally responsive and empowering women. ECO FEMME produces washable cloth pads, unlike disposable sanitary napkins which cannot be used again. These pads can be washed and re – used for years and they are made of natural material – cotton that is healthy for women’s body.

The ECO FEMME pads which can be washed and re - use again and again.
Earthwise – Wholesale

2. AAKAR INNOVATIONS – THE ANANDI PADS

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AAKAR INNOVATIONS   was  co – founded by  Jaideep Mandal  and now , it is transforming  lives  by producing pads which  are affordable, accessible and 100 % ( percent )  compostable. Two  types of  pad  available for  Non – Compostable Anandi  Pads, it’s cost in the market is  INR 28  for a pack of eight and  Compostable Anandi  Pads  which sells for INR 40  also for a pack of eight.

The AAKAR INNOVATIONS - ANANDI PADS
TBI Innovations: ‘Anandi’ Pads – A C

3. THE  ‘ MENSTRUAL MAN ‘ OF INDIA INNOVATION – JAYASHREE INDUSTRIES

Arunachalam Muruganantham who is also known as the ” Menstrual Man ” of India has created a sanitary pad making machine which can produce a quality product  at lower cost. The machine runs on electricity and foot pedals. 1,000 pads can be made daily which cost  INR 16 per 8 – pack. Jayaashree Industries do no sell these pads, but with the help of  N.G.O’s they sell their sanitary pad making  machines at  a cost of approximately 80,000 INR.

Jayaashree industries making a change in lives of rural women

4. GOONJ  NJPC  ( NOT JUST A PIECE OF CLOTH )

Goonj started an innovative in 2005, focusing on the most ignored subject female health by creating a sanitary napkin which is affordable as well as healthy. They produce napkins named  ” MY PAD ” , which is made from old cloth collected from urban masses. It is made with a highly indigenous  process. Thier basic aim is to create awareness about this basic need.

Azadi with their promotional campaign

5. AZADI

The aim of Azadi is to create a network of 13,000 female entrepreneurs who will directly reach 4 million rural girls and women’s. They produce 100 %  bio- degradable  sanitary napkins which are 43 % cheaper then average retail price point.

Azadi with their promotion campaign.

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