If you’ve followed our Instagram as of late, you may have noticed that we recently partnered with the folks at Yogamatters for a yoga-friendly period product giveaway – one lucky lady won our nüdie period cup, perfect for keeping you leak-free as you move through your sun salutations.
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Last year, co-founder Claire Lettice sat down with the team at A Little Find, an online marketplace for conscious brands. Join Claire as she discusses everything from her inspiration behind the &SISTERS brand, to the challenges she faced along the way, and even whether she prefers cold pressed juice or cocktails!
Late last year, co-founders Claire and Lucy Lettice sat down with the team at Mamoq, an ethical and sustainable fashion house working to combat the rise of fast fashion.
Earlier this month, our CEO and co-founder Claire Lettice sat down with the team at Marmalade & Kindness, a mindful cooking blog exploring British cuisine and seasonal produce.
Just as we launched our crowdfunding campaign at the end of 2019, co-founder Claire Lettice joined We Are F, “the UK’s leading social media and creative boutique made by women for women,” to discuss all things &SISTERS.
Just after celebrating a crowdfunding success at the end of 2019, co-founders Claire and Lucy Lettice sat down with the team at Curate Beauty, an online marketplace selling a range of products from indie beauty brands.
2020 may have given us all a much-needed reminder to slow down and look after ourselves, from baking our own banana bread to reconnecting with old friends (virtually, of course), but have you considered the health of the body part we’ve all been taught to keep hidden – your vulva?
Just as no two uteruses are exactly alike, no two period flows are quite the same, either. In fact, the average menstrual flow can range from 5 mL to 80 mL per period (with the latter being bigger than a standard pour of gin!).
Many of us have already met our own vulva (think back to the first time you took a look in your hand mirror), and if you haven’t, we strongly suggest you take a peek.
At &SISTERS HQ, we know periods don’t stop for hockey matches, swimming practice or even your favourite Ashtanga yoga class – but when we’re curled up on the sofa with period cramps, the idea of exercise can seem (to put it mildly) less than appealing.
As the days have grown shorter and chillier this December, you’ve likely changed from wearing airy dresses to cosy knits – and if you’re like many women, you may have noticed a change (or rather, an increase) in your PMS symptoms, too.