Is Using Cloth for Your Period Unhygienic?

Is Using Cloth for Your Period Unhygienic?

SochPads are our eco-friendly cloth pads, meant to be used for white discharge, period flow, mild incontinence, as well as to absorb the heavy sweating during vigorous exercise. However, every single time we talk about our SochGreen cloth menstrual pads, we get a lot of criticism from women about how …

Aunt Flow Answers: Traveling With a SochGreen Menstrual Cup

Aunt Flow Answers: Traveling With a SochGreen Menstrual Cup

From flight journeys to train rides, from trips to the office to grocery shopping, every activity during our menstrual period becomes extra hard. We plan every outing according to our periods, especially on our heaviest days. And then we add a SochGreen menstrual cup to this equation and wonder what …

The SochGreen Quiz: Does One Size Really Fit All?

The SochGreen Quiz: Does One Size Really Fit All?

Our brand, Soch Green, was founded with the aim of providing safe, hygienic, and reusable period products to women. Our aim is to make reusable period products affordable for women, while also offering them the highest range of options in the period products’ market. Therefore, we offer the Soch Cup, …

Ayurvedic Practices for a Better Period

Ayurvedic Practices for a Better Period

For a smoother monthly cycle, you can rely on the wonders of Ayurvedic science, an ancient practice that modern medicine is now waking up to and taking seriously. Ayurveda sits on the belief that Mother Nature knows best, using the knowledge of plant science on how to nurture, heal and …

Talking to Your Daughter About Periods

Talking to Your Daughter About Periods

A girl finds out she has become a woman, over the course of a single day. Getting one’s period is a biologically natural phenomenon that signals a healthy body and initiates a girl into womanhood. Rather than acknowledging menstrual cycles, it is seen as a ‘disturbance’ or ‘shame’ to conventional …

  • Cloth Period Products
  • Incontinence
  • Menstrual Cups
  • Sustainable Living
  • Women's Health