Looking for the best sustainable sanitary pads. Here are the Top 5 Banana Fiber Sanitary pads and Napkins Manufacturers in The World
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1. CARMESI

CARMESI

From the woman with the softest smile, to the woman with the fiercest gaze, Carmesi is crafted with love to keep the entire womankind safe. Kick out the unrealistic beauty standards, society’s guidebooks on “how to be a woman”, and products laden with chemicals that harm your perfect body. Welcome to Carmesi - a celebration of womankind.

2. Saathi

Saathi

Saathi is a purpose-driven manufacturing company that makes eco-friendly hygiene products. Founded by graduates from MIT (US) and Nirma, we are innovators in the use of alternative materials and zero-waste production. Our mission is to create hygiene products that are good for the body, environment, and community.

3. Polipop

Polipop

Polipop launching first flushable and biodegradable sanitary pads, but they are already developing their flushable and biodegradable tampons. Like their pads, they've changed quite a few things that their testers said they hated!  

They are planning a distribution through pharmacies, supermarkets, and convenience stores, but as they grow they are planning on moving to online retail as well.

At the same time, Polipop is working with the Indian government to develop low cost reusable sanitary pads, that can be given to schools and villages in a bid to make menstrual health and hygiene sustainable and accessible to anyone, anywhere. 

 

4. Nua Pad

Nua Pad

The Nua pad was designed with you in mind. We’ve removed everything that a pad should not have and created one that is good for you.

5. AFRIpads

AFRIpads

The construction of our state-of-the-art AFRIpads Factory in 2018 enabled us to grow our team and increase our production capacity to meet the growing demand for our reusable menstrual kits. Our enhanced capacity means we can respond quickly to large volume and urgent orders.

Our investment in this factory demonstrates our deep commitment to Africa-based manufacturing and rural economic development.

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