AlterEco Maintainer ([personal profile] alter_eco) wrote2009-08-04 12:05 pm

The Alternative Menstrual Directory - Share a Link

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Would love to be in your directory please!

(Anonymous) 2009-10-16 01:45 pm (UTC)(link)
Hello, I love the idea of your directory, and I would love you to put my new shop in it. My products have been available through Feminine Wear (also on your list) for a while, but my very own shop is now open and I want to let people know about it, especially as I make some unusual products along with the pads. Do take a peek and see what you think. I'm happy to supply any more information you might need.

Thanks in advance
Tree Shepherd

honour your flow

(Anonymous) 2009-10-23 09:46 pm (UTC)(link)
Just wanted to say THANKYOU for the lovely write-up about Honour Your Flow. You included everything I would have. Many thanks,

Tree Shepherd (from Honour Your Flow!)

Listing on Alter-Eco

(Anonymous) 2009-11-26 02:00 pm (UTC)(link)
Hi, I see you have a couple of my websites in your eco-menstrual directory, thank you for that, I wondered if you could update the listing for Plush Pants - Natural Woman for me?

Could you include that we have the largest range of Wemoon menstrual pads in the UK please? We have nearly the full range now, and are working on the rest! We also now stock Moon Times menstrual sponges at Plush Pants.

I have another website, www.terry "Terry Nappies - Eco-Menstrual" which currently lists the Wemoon menstrual pads and the Mooncup. This will most likely increase when I have time to add more products on!

International shipping is available on both websites as well as online ordering.

Many thanks.


New Cloth pad website

(Anonymous) 2010-01-09 10:33 pm (UTC)(link)

The site is called 'Cloth Creations'. This site sells quality cloth menstrual pads and other handmade items, including baby burp cloths and passion pads.

New Cloth Menstrual Pads Site

(Anonymous) 2010-04-15 08:42 pm (UTC)(link)
Moon Loon Pads is a new cloth menstrual pads online store ( Moon Loon Pads come with an easy on-off organic fleece liner, and the pads come in two versions, an all-organic pad made of 100% domestically grown organic fleece and flannel, and they also come in a
natural colored flannel and organic fleece variety. The liners are ultra-thin but super-absorbent at the same time, and they are as easy as
disposables to change. Plus, no matter which pad you choose, only the soft organic fleece touches your skin. Because you can stack liners for extra protection, and change just the liner and not the entire pad, these pads are both economical and environmentally-friendly!

Mimi's Dreams

(Anonymous) 2010-06-04 06:52 pm (UTC)(link)
Mimi's Dreams Cloth Pads:
I offer over 75 different funky & hip prints from many stylish fabric brands. I offer discounts to those sending in their own fabric. The inner core of the pad is customizable by width and thickness. Most other custom requests are welcome as well. We are based in Atlanta, GA and ship anywhere in the world!

Mooncup Link

(Anonymous) 2010-12-15 07:49 pm (UTC)(link)
Hi there,

I'm not sure if you are keeping up-to-date with the alter-eco site, but if you are I have a bit of a proposition for you. It's just a small thing really, in the menstrual cups section you have a link to the Mooncup (UK) and I was hoping you may consider switching it to this link;

This is an affiliate link, it goes right to the Mooncup home page just the same as however 20% of the sale goes to my friend Jay... friend Jay works within sexual health and has her own women's health organisation, she does a LOT of work promoting reusable menstrual products to women she deals with. For her it's more about promoting these options to inform women, to help improve their health and the way they feel about menstruation, as well as green benefits.

Jay relies on companies sending her leaflets, stickers and samples (disposable options), but she also spends a lot of her own money on stamps and printing, postage of sending out samples, setting up stalls in green festivals, and producing things such as 1" buttons and keyrings to give out to people - this is all her money. The small amount she gets from sales via this affiliate link help towards the costs.

So if it is possible it would be great if you could use this link on your site, it's not much but even one sale is a small contribution to the work she does. Thank you.

Jane xx