Organyc sells their pads and tampons in more than 26 countries around the world and growing. They’re manufactured by an Italian company called Corman SPA that’s specialized in working with cotton for wound care and hygiene use since 1947. Today their products are top-sellers in Italian pharmacies and are recommended by gynecologists and dermatologists worldwide — especially for women suffering from skin sensitivities or allergies.
Organyc Tampons at a Glance
- Are made from organic cotton
- Are wood-pulp free
- Don’t contain any synthetics
- Don’t contain any chlorine
- Are bleached with hydrogen peroxide
- Are completely biodegradable and compostable
- Affordable compared to other organic-tampon brands
- Tampons with applicator – Available
- Tampons without applicator – Available
Estimated Price (from company’s website): $4.99 for 16 regular absorbency tampons
Organyc claims that their line of feminine products is the first to be entirely made of 100 percent biodegradable and compostable organic cotton that’s also not bleached with chlorine. They feature a 100 percent cotton absorbent core, a security veil to prevent any chance of fiber shedding during wear, and sewed on string.
The applicator has a soft, rounded tip for comfort during insertion, so even though it’s made from biodegradable cardboard, it’s designed to feel more like a plastic applicator, which many women find more comfortable to use than cardboard ones.
Customers say that this applicator is as smooth as plastic. It’s easier to insert if you twist the applicator before using it. There’s a small notch punched through the two tubes that holds the applicator together; if you twist the applicator it frees the two halves from each other and makes it easier to insert the tampon. Several customers say that these are higher quality than many other brands of organic tampons.
Editor Score: 4.5 out of 5
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