- Suitable for everyday use
- 20 liners per box
- Ultra thin
- 50% of profits donated to One Girl
- Made from natural bamboo and corn fibre
- Chlorine and dioxin bleach free
- Individually wrapped in biodegradable film
Not only is the box delightful to look at, its the perfect size to carry around for whenever I need a liner, and they do the job perfectly!
I love all of Tsuno's products but especially these soft, light liners. I love that I know I'm making a positive difference every time I'm wearing one. Good on you Tsuno!
I'll keep on using them but would love to see just a few small changes! I do a lot of sport and my only issues are that they come a little unstuck, would be great if the sticky bit covered more area, and also sometimes some fluff rubs off too, but this doesn't bother me too much.
This product is cruelty-free and is not tested on animals.
This product is free of all the ingredients listed in our Nourish No-No List when we source our products.
This brand donates a portion of proceeds towards a charitable cause.
In addition, Nourish Clean Beauty donates a portion of proceeds towards a charitable cause throughout the year.
This product is packaged with recyclable and/or compostable materials, and this product's ingredients are ethically sourced with verified suppliers that prioritize the environment.
Tsuno sells disposable, sustainable bamboo fibre sanitary pads and organic cotton tampons.
Tsuno pads are made from a natural bamboo and corn fibre top sheet, individually wrapped in biodegradable sleeves, and finally packaged in recyclable cardboard boxes.
Bamboo is one of the most eco-friendly and sustainable fibres available due to its fast growth-rate, low demands on resources and natural resistance to pests and fungi. It is also super absorbent, breathable, soft and comfortable, antibacterial, and just generally amazing!
There has also been no chlorine or dioxin bleach used in the manufacturing process.
Tsuno's tampons are certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), and are registered under the Therapeutic Goods Administration. They believe using organic cotton is a non-negotiable for their tampons, and that pesticides, fertilisers and unhealthy farming practices have no place in our products, or our bodies!
All net profit of Tsuno sanitary pads goes to One Girl in support of its menstrual supplies and scholarships for girls in Sierra Leone and Uganda.