Black is the New Pink When It Comes to Tampons

Black is the New Pink When It Comes to Tampons
Design

A female hygiene subscription service is changing the way we see tampons

Azalea Pena
  • 12 february 2016

Cora, a tampon subscription service, aims to change the stigma of the period by empowering women through its new organic tampon that comes in sleek packaging.

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Founders Molly Hayward and Morgen Newman’s inspiration to create Cora came from a genuine concern for women more than anything else. Many women are not completely informed about the hygiene products they use or what materials are in their pads and tampons to be exact. Molly discovered that the unknown synthetics and ingredients are linked to infertility, cancers, endocrine problems and some reproductive illnesses. This is why Molly and Morgen believes women deserve better.

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