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We’ve come over all poetic on National Poetry Day, inspired by our one true love: FabLittleBag! Ode to Fab Shall I compare thee to a rustley sack? Thou art more silent and discreet And one handed opening, fancy that! Love FabLittleBag, we hear you tweet. Handy, hygienic, clean, and stylish Opaque for discretion, seals, no..
You’ve heard of a face that only a mother could love, but are there businesses that only a woman could launch? In the case of FabLittleBag, the lightbulb moment was perhaps only ever going to be had by a woman. Founder Martha Silcott had her inspiration in the bathroom, faced with every woman’s unpleasant dilemma: what..
For the first time, new research has explored how women dispose of tampons. This previously taboo topic has revealed a shocking lack of awareness about the environmental consequences of flushing tampons. It also reveals a surprising level of angst about periods and tampon disposal. This exclusive new research was conducted by Mumsnet, on behalf of..
That wasn’t in the brochure! When you’re heading for the beach, we’re betting that used tampons aren’t high on your wish list. So how does it happen that sanitary waste is polluting our beaches, rivers and treasured natural landscapes? It starts with a flush. Many girls and women still think tampons are flushable, in fact..
It’s not just records that are being smashed in Rio Olympics. Chinese swimmer Fu Yuanhui has busted a few taboos as well, by mentioning that she was competing whilst on her period. It shouldn’t be so shocking really. Over the two week period of the Games, you’d expect half the female competitors to be on..
FabLittleBag welcomes the call by water companies and environmental groups to ban the word “flushable” on wet wipes. Wipes have enjoyed a surge in popularity but they join tampons, cotton buds and condoms to block our sewers and cause polluting overflow into our waterways. There is widespread ignorance of the consequence of flushing these items...