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随著女性护理知识和消费能力不断提升,女性卫生用品市场需求也持续增长。一家本地创办的有机卫生棉品牌,从线上销售平台起家,未来放眼线下销售,同时推出更多元化的女性用品。

对女性卫生用品的个人使用经验,以及看好女性用品市场的潜能,年仅28岁的方怡霖创办本土品牌有机卫生棉。

她在分享创业缘由,是由于本身肌肤敏感,因此会选购有机卫生棉使用,防止私密肌肤出现过敏或是红肿等问题。

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2020 has definitely been a tough year, but that doesn't mean we can't try to end it on a positive note

With the pandemic keeping us all at home for the most part of the year, it's totally understandable that we're feeling stressed and anxious. That's why it's important to practise self-care.

During these trying times, self-care may not seem like a priority, but even doing small things can go a long way in helping to ease your mind and improve your mental well-being. You should never feel bad for taking some time to take care of yourself.

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written by Mursyidah Saidin   Enya, providing premium feminine products, including organic cotton sanitary pads. Last year, twitter peeps were fluttered by the famous male influencer who had subscribed sanitary pads for his also influential girlfriend. Enya started in 2019 which was not known to many, though their biggest outbreak was when the famous male influencer subscribed sanitary pads for his girlfriend.   Introducing Enya Source: Buro247   Elaine Hong, the co-founder of Enya, was initially in the fast fashion industry before setting sail in building Enya. She realized that most of what we use on our bodies, regardless of...

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How often do you hear women, and men, talking about periods openly? In Asian countries like Malaysia, menstruation topics are still considered ‘’taboo’’ and uncommon to discuss. Quick check, are you aware that the issue of ‘’period poverty’’—mainly known as the inability to access sanitary products due to financial constraints—has been receiving some attention in Malaysian media lately? It is widely experienced by the underprivileged community across Asian countries, including Malaysia. And according to the National Population and Family Development Board, almost 40% of women occasionally use toilet paper, coconut husks, newspaper sheets and banana leaves as period pad alternatives. We reached...

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