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by Jen Biederman on 06/16/2009
That Time of the Month - Green Living Tip Brought to you by Ideal Bite
The End of Your Sentence
Wish your period would disappear? Comma on - it's not happening. But the waste from them can go away, with reusable menstrual cups. Although they're not really our thing, literally hundreds of Biters have sent in messages singing their praise. Exclamation point-worthy!
- No chemical question marks. While some tampons contain noxious perfumes, chlorine bleach-related dioxins, and carcinogenic parabens, reusable menstrual cups are made from safe rubber or silicone.
- Punctuating your eco-friendliness. One study found that 6.5 billion tampons and 13.5 billion sanitary pads - plus their packaging - end up in U.S. landfills or sewer systems each year.
- More cash for grammar dictionaries. If you clean and care for 'em properly, menstrual cups can last you up to 10 years - meaning a lot fewer pads or tampons to buy.