OUR STORY

As our name suggests, there is more than one woman behind our company, &SISTERS is the brainchild of daughter and mother duo Lucy and Claire Lettice.

Having experienced, first-hand, the shame and hardship that comes with lack of access to safe period products, they decided to take action. Drawing on Claire’s entrepreneurial background and Lucy’s expertise as a buyer, they dreamt up a model for a new kind of conscious period product - one that was kind to women’s bodies, kind to the planet and could genuinely contribute to the fight against period poverty.

BETTER FOR YOUR BODY

We’re totally transparent about our products, our ingredients and our production processes.

We only use the best ingredients – we’re always testing and improving our products to give you quality period protection.

BETTER FOR OUR PLANET

We’re dedicated to using the most earth-friendly ingredients and processes out there.

We help you help the planet – we’re doing everything we can to reduce the environmental impact of period products.

BETTER FOR OUR SISTERS

We’re on a mission to ensure that our sisters are never held back by their period.

10% of our profits support women’s health, education and economic empowerment across the globe.

KEEPING IT TRANSPARENT AND REAL

We believe in openness and radical honesty. We promise to always tread lightly on the planet. We will never stop fighting for gender equality and a girl’s right to an education. Periods are natural, shouldn't your period care be too?

Millions of women and girls across the globe stay at home during their periods because they can’t afford period products. We want to be a part of changing this.

We’re dedicated to changing the lives of thousands of women around the world and believe that gender should never keep a girl from getting her education. Because when you educate a girl, you educate a community. Just £5 a year pays for one girl’s annual period care supplies in India and Africa

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PERIOD POVERTY TRUTHS

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INDIA

Nearly 90% of girls don’t have access or can’t afford period products and 23% drop out of school when they reach puberty

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KENYA AND NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES

UNESCO estimate 50% of school-age girls do not have access to period products

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NEPAL AND AFGHANISTAN

30% of girls miss school during their periods

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CENTRAL AFRICA, SOUTH AND WEST ASIA

UNESCO estimate 50% of school-age girls do not have access to period products

&SISTERS is changing the conversation around your intimate bits – we’re working
hard to promote women’s health, raise awareness and smash stigma.

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