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Biodegradable & Compostable

Saathi Pads are biodegradable & compostable and degrade within six months - 1200 times faster than plastic pads!

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Empowering Women Employees

Saathi employs women from the community, leading to an increase in job opportunities and empowers women.

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100% Natural

Since Saathi pads don’t contain chemicals, they provide a rash and irritation free experience.

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Good for the Earth

When you dispose our santiary napkins, it goes back to the earth giving life to a healthier, cleaner, and empowered tomorrow.

Our Vision

Our vision is to change the way menstrual hygiene is addressed by creating a model for sustainable manufacturing of hygiene products that makes a positive impact on women's health, the local community and the environment.

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So comfortable and soft!

The pads are so comfortable and soft. After so long I feel like its an Happy Period experience for me. No skin irritation or itching post period. Absorption is well, no leaking, no dryness of skin. And moreover imp is its biodegradable. So happy earth and happy me 😊.

— Madhura S.

Excellent cup!

Excellent cup, it is softer than other cups that I've used and find it very comfortable. Also, very impressed by the delivery time, I was time pressed and needed the cup under a week and Saathi made it happen. Happy to have experienced this purchase and to now own a Saathi cup.

— Ashal S.

Love both pads!

I ordered for both Banana as well as Bamboo pads. Both are too good. One good thing I like about Saathi pads are they comes in different lengths and they are perfect. I definitely recommend this to my friends.

— Dpriya

Menstrual Musings

We cover a whole range of topics about menstruation, women's bodies, the community, and the environment.

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