Small actions can make a big impact
Unfolding a #NewPeriod
Consider the amount of waste created each month by disposable period products, the chemicals they often contain, that we put inside our bodies and the young people who stay away from school because they are ashamed of their periods.
For the past years, we’ve fought enormous stigma with our menstrual cup and strong community.
is how long it can take for pads and tampons to degrade.
of girls in the UK feel embarrassed by their period.
1 in 10
African girls miss school during their period.
Unlike disposable period products, the menstrual cup is reusable for years and has a minimal impact on the environment compared to pads and tampons.
2 years of period products:
1 AllMatters menstrual cup
Our impact so far
of tampon/pad waste saved by cup users
disposable period products avoided
Periods are still surrounded by stigma and taboos everywhere – we want to elevate conversations in our platforms in a down-to-earth and truthful way. From supporting initiatives that promote this goal, to not shying away from the word ‘period’ or using blue liquid instead of red.
Taboo: Global Periods
Taboo: Global Periods is an ongoing project, exploring the implications of periods in people’s lives around the globe. We aim to uncover how periods are dealt with in different cultures. Read stories.
Work with health professionals
We work with school nurses, as well as gynaecologists by offering samples and informational material so they can educate people about menstrual health and product.
'What Happens When Friends Talk Openly About Menstrual Cups?'
What starts out as an awkward conversation becomes interesting, honest and insightful. We wanted to capture exactly that. Watch video.
Around the world, period poverty is limiting people who menstruate from exercising their basic rights, like going to school, work or even just socialising. We work with NGOs in developing and developed countries to ensure those in need have access to period products and receive menstrual health education.
Our impact so far
of menstrual cups
in more than 27 countries
Impactful everyday routines
The AllMatters personal care range was developed with reduction of single-use plastics in mind.
is the percentage of water in regular personal care products.
plastic bottles of body wash are used every year.
No single-use plastic
Our reusable aluminium bottle and refill system defies the idea that hand/body wash needs to come in single-use plastic bottles.
1 year’s use of hand wash in an average household:
12 disposable bottles
1 AllMatters bottle + 6 refills
Clean and conscious formulas
Our powder-to-foam formula avoids harsh ingredients, fragrances and dyes – including only the necessary ingredients.
It doesn’t even include water, which allows for minimized packaging and shipping volume. Ultimately contributing to lower carbon emissions.
A little goes a long way