In fact, non-organic products contain chemicals such as Carbon Disulfide, Methylene Chloride, Ethyl Acetate and Toluene, to name but a few

73% of women don’t know what goes into their period care products

Research by Yoppie , the pioneers of personalised period care, has found that 73% of women are unsure about what chemicals and materials go into their period care and who can blame them as it’s not currently a legal requirement to list composition on the packaging.

The cost of going organic

Yoppie’s research shows that on average, an organic tampon comes in at 29p while an...

A webinar series to inspire people to protect the planet and human health

Learn about how to protect health, wellbeing and the planet

Health experts hope a new online webinar series will inspire people to make changes to protect the planet and human health.

The free Waking up to the planetary health emergency events, from the University of Exeter, will allow people to learn why the health and wellbeing of all future generations depend on good planetary health.

People who take part in the events, held on...

Beauty products better for environment

Four ways to cut down plastic waste in your beauty routine

We’re coming up to Plastic Free July (, an initiative designed to encourage us all to work towards a world where plastic waste is a thing of the past.

The campaign asks people to sign up to a challenge to reduce their plastic consumption during the month, be it commit to cutting down single-use plastic items, target takeaway items like carrier bags, straws,...