Are Moxie tampons good?

Are Moxie tampons good?

Points of praise: The packaging of the tampons were praised, with many reviewers appreciating how discreet, aesthetically pleasing, and easy to carry the tins were. According to many reviewers, Moxie tampons are easy and comfortable to insert.

Where are Moxie tampons made?

Moxie products are designed in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and manufactured in Europe from rayon fibres.

Are Moxie tampons organic?

WHAT ARE TAMPONS MADE FROM? Moxie tampons are made with rayon fibres with a polyester/polyethylene cover and a cotton string, and Moxie Organics tampons are made with an organic cotton core, a polyester/polyethylene cover and an organic cotton string.

What is the best tampon alternative?

5 Tampon Alternatives You Need to Know About

  1. Period Underwear.
  2. Menstrual Cups.
  3. Menstrual Discs.
  4. Reusable Cloth Pads.
  5. Sterile Gauze.

Are all menstrual cups the same?

In general, menstrual cups come in two main sizes: large and small (often coded as A and B). From company to company, these sizes are called different things, but in general the larger one is for people who’ve given birth and the smaller version is for people who haven’t.

What are pads useful for?

Pads are rectangles of absorbent material that attach to the inside of a girl’s underwear and catch menstrual blood. They’re sometimes also called sanitary pads or sanitary napkins. These “wings” fold over the edges of your underwear to help hold the pad in place and prevent leaking.

What happens if you use an expired pad?

A doctor at Tshwaragano Hospital explained that expired pads may have unhealthy ramifications because there is a risk of bacteria growing on the pad, which could produce a fungal infection. He said it can cause symptoms like itching and an increase in vaginal discharge.

Do feminine pads expire?

Instead, consumers are advised to use pads and panty liners within two years of purchase. The company is still in the process of adding a best before date to their tampons, which should be used within four years from manufacture.

Are pads healthier than tampons?

Both tampons and pads are healthy options, so which one you choose to use is based on your preferences. I don’t think you can put a “healthy” label on either – unless you bring up the slight chance of getting TSS (toxic shock syndrome) from a tampon but, other than that, neither one is better for you than the other.