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  • Tampon brand MYLILY breaks down period taboos
  • Tampon brand MYLILY breaks down period taboos
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Tampon brand MYLILY breaks down period taboos

German brand MYLILY distributes 100% organic tampons on a monthly subscription basis, with a mission to break down taboos around periods and promote female empowerment. The brand taps into a desire for natural tampon products and increased transparency around female healthcare.

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