Win a year’s supply of period products!

We’re so excited to share our latest competition with you! We want to give you the opportunity to win a year’s worth of &SISTERS feminine care products.

Why we love &SISTERS eco-friendly period care products

We use on average 11,000 period products in a lifetime – more than you thought right?! The bad news is most mainstream options are often full of harmful chemicals. Dioxins, pesticides, chlorine, rayon, and weird fragrances —which shockingly don’t have to be stated in the ingredient’s labels on feminine care products — go into your body and then into the earth.

Here’s the good news: we’ve just partnered up with a great brand offering a range of sustainable, organic, body and earth-friendly period products! Unlike mainstream brands which tend not to list their ingredients (when you know what’s in them you can see why they’d want to keep them a secret!), every &SISTERS product is made with pure, natural and ethically sourced ingredients. What’s more, all their 100% organic cotton is Soil Association certified too.

We love them so much, we wanted to offer you the chance to win a free year’s supply.

The lucky competition winner will receive a year's supply of &SISTERS products worth over £100.

To be in with a chance of winning, enter our competition here. Good luck!

Check out the &SISTERS range here.

Pssst! You might as well enter, even if you don't win we'll still send you a little something 😊


4 comments


  • Margarita Bernal

    I love to have these amazing products! They look amazing, I would like to care for me from inside to outside!


  • Val Beasley

    Though I’m well past the age of period products being of use to me personally, I would love to win this prize so that I could donate it to someone in need x


  • Lisa Bayes

    Love to win the giveaway so the girls in my household can try these essential products 🤞🏻


  • Sarah

    Very interested to try something more eco for myself & my daughter!


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