is featured on the Dr. Joseph Mercola website Optimal
Wellness Center in the article
Shocking Truth About Feminine Hygiene Products -- What Are
The Feminist Debate: Menstrual Products
-- When ecologically-minded feminists debate
their menstrual product options, they
most often advocate using organic cotton
tampons and pads, rather than those made
from synthetic materials like rayon.
Menstrual Products For The Frugal, Ecologically-Conscious Woman
-- Facts and figures on the astonishing cost of disposal menstrual products and their impact on the environment.
Natural Life Magazine, #46 -- http://www.life.ca/nl/46/maxi.html -- says about The KEEPER: Not only does it have a positive impact on the environment, but it will save hundreds of dollars spent on other commercial sanitary products.
The KEEPER was featured in Redbook Magazine, February, 1998, under "Whats New in Period Protection." It is called "the cheapest way to go."
The KEEPER was featured in an article in the April, 1997, Self Magazine, under the heading, "Sales of Alternative Products Are Booming."
E Magazine, Jennifer Bogo, March-April 2001 The KEEPER is a reusable menstrual cup currently on the market. It is made of natural rubber and can be used for up to ten years. It's a great choice for women who are concerned about the affect the environment may have on disposable types of period protection products. The KEEPER holds up to one ounce of menstrual fluid and is simply washed out each time it is full and reinserted, or saved for your next period. The KEEPER currently sells for $35 US which can equal a significant savings overtime.