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What is it?An eco-friendly reusable tampon applicator.Who is it for?Females from western countries that have accepted current practice and use of tampons.Why?To reduce single use plastic applicators for the health of the environment.The problemMost American women will menstruate for about 40 years in total, bleeding for about five days a month, or about 2,400 days over the course of a lifetime (about 6 years total). A single menstruator will use somewhere between 5 and 15 thousand pads and tampons in their lifetime, which end up in landfills as plastic waste.SolutionsDesigners have the ability to redesign solutions to the large impact waste has on the environment. Designing reusable packaging for products can reduce the amount of waste produced by consumers, while also creating consumer brand loyalty for the client. Some examples are:The Environment-Designing products that help reduce environmental impacts.The User- Ecological design is being considered more and more by users. Start designing products that meet needs with this in mind. Society- A reusable product will impact society as a whole by helping the environment.The Client- Designing reusable products can create a brand loyalty for the client. About the fit design & company:When you order from fit you will receive a free tin of our specialty 100% organic cotton tampons. We have a range of period products that are geared toward helping put an end to the environmental impacts of period product waste. The reusable tampon applicator is anti-bacterial and washable after use. It comes with a 100% organic cotton storage/ travel pouch. When you order our tampons they are shipped in a metal tin, when that tin is empty you send it back to be sanitized and refilled, serving a ZERO waste product.

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