We’re working to create period products that work for everybody, and we won’t stop until women are living their best life, period.

But we are NOT launching our company. Instead we are giving away our inventory.

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The Sisters' Tribe

Going forward, we are launching
an initiative where we try to create
menstrual awareness, empower women by distributing #OneMillionPads,
and we call it:

The Sisters' Tribe

A community initiative to support thousands of women in India.

We will be back in business soon, and until then we will continue to support menstruating girls and women.

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At henceWoman, we aim to destigmatize the taboo of
menstrual health in India by keeping innovation and
ecological conscientiousness as prime focuses.

After doing months of rigorous research and explorations,
we have come up with menstrual hygiene products that will
make your period a comfortable and toxin-free experience
while also taking care of Mother Earth!

Given the deeply-rooted stigma around menstrual health
and period practices in India, the odds have mostly been
against women. Menstruation is an experience that has
been shamed and looked down upon for many, many years
thus forcing women and young girls to remain within the
confines of their homes. Having learned the dangerous and
devastating effects of using regular sanitary pads on the
body as well as the environment, we believe it is paramount
that we devise innovative ways to incorporate
best period practices that are also non-polluting.

Going forward, we are launching
an initiative where we try to create
menstrual awareness, empower women by
distributing #OneMillionPads,and we call it:

The Sisters' Tribe

A community initiative to support thousands of women in India.

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We left comfortable jobs in the US and
moved back to India with an aim to
start a business where we sell affordable, safe and
biodegradable menstrual products to urban women,
and use part of the proceeds to fund
our initiatives to help women in rural India.

But nothing happened like we planned.

The lockdowns has forced to close our offices,
packaging manufacturers are not operational,
migrant workers have gone back to their villages,
lack of financial flexibility and others
are the reasons for not launching our business,
which was initially slated to launch in April 2021
but stocks have piled up in our warehouse due
to the second wave of COVID-19.
Just like all the small businesses worldwide,
our business is affected too.

We are not launching our business,
instead we are giving away our whole inventory.

Going forward, we are launching a
community initiative “The Sisters' Tribe”
where we try to create menstrual awareness
and support by distributing #OneMillionPads to
underserved girls and women.
Instead of using the business proceeds,
we are now raising funds and giving
away our whole inventory
to help women during these tough times.

We will be launching our business
once all this settles down, and until then
we will continue our fundraising and
distribution efforts.