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Tsuno

Tsuno

About Tsuno

Wanting to address the problem of no access to sanitary menstrual products faced by millions of women worldwide, Roz Campbell from Melbourne, Australia created Tsuno, a brand on a mission to sell sustainable period products that stand for equality, empowerment and ending taboo.

Tsuno operates as a social enterprise that not only sells sustainable bamboo fibre sanitary pads and organic cotton tampons but also donates 50% of profits to charities that focus on empowering and educating women. With its particular interest in offering menstrual support, Tsuno helps provide education scholarships and sanitary pads to marginalised girls in Uganda and Sierra Leone through its partnership with One Girl.

Tsuno uses natural bamboo as it is one of the most sustainable and eco-friendly fibres on the planet. It is fast-growing, needs minimal water, and is naturally resistant to pests and fungi. It is also soft, comfortable, super-absorbent, breathable, antibacterial and has a host of other benefits. Tsuno's organic cotton tampons have been certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), meaning the cotton has been grown and processed using safe and healthy farming practices, and without the use of pesticides and fertilisers.

Tsuno only uses biodegradable and recyclable packaging. They care about celebrating creative women and creating products you will happily NOT hide away, each box is covered in incredible illustrations.

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