Women Everywhere Need to Know About Cherish Products & “The Now We No” Campaign

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( ENSPIRE Feature ) Women Everywhere Need to Know About Cherish Products & “The Now We No” Campaign

Women Beware: Most Feminine Hygiene Products Contain Toxic Ingredients. Now, this wasn’t the thought of the year for me. For some uncomfortable to talk about but for many a necessary conversation. I went to a business networking event by Ladies of 3rd Thursday and this lady named Michelle R. Druitt who is an ambassador for CHERISH products and The Now We No campaign. She was speaking about being the dangers of the materials in feminine products and how she goes from city to city, wherever she can to share the word about The Now We No campaign. It caught my attention because of course I am female and can relate to using feminine products and the dangers of potentially getting cancer from outside products. Our conversation led to me learning more about the brand and how they educate women. I was impressed and felt the need to share a topic not discussed enough.

The issue of safe feminine hygiene product options is rarely discussed, but it’s a vitally important topic for roughly a third of the population. Why? Your skin is the largest organ in your body, and also the thinnest. Less than one-tenth of an inch separates your body from potential toxins. Worse yet, your skin is highly permeable — especially the skin in and around the vaginal area.

The average woman will use approximately 11,000 plus sanitary napkins or more in their lifetime, which means our women are unknowingly being slowly poisoned monthly. Tampons are even worse. Tampons actually restrict the natural flow of a woman, ultimately resulting in the high incidence of Toxic Shock Syndrome. There are other health-related problems, such as a possible increase in the development of tumors and fibroids. 

FACT #1: The CherishTM sanitary napkins use 100% SAP.
Another problem we see with the wood fiber technology is not the fact that it is bleached paper (which of course is a concern), but the fact that it is not a good absorbent for the lady’s needs. This creates a damp environment in the whole area. When there is humidity in contact with the skin it creates a medium or “channel” of communication between the skin and the materials. Simply stated, the skin absorbs better when wet, this is the same reason why the skincare industry creates your favorite products in the form of a cream or lotion. Not only is it wet, but it remains wet for minutes or even hours before the lady can finally change the device. This immediately increases the risks of communicating or transmitting any unwanted residue back into the skin.

FACT #2: The CherishTM sanitary napkins absorbs up to 10 times more than most of the major conventional brands.

FACT #3: The CherishTM sanitary napkins can absorb up to 50 milliliters before starting to let the skin get into contact with moisture, while conventional napkins can only hold between 5 and 10 milliliters.

FACT #4: The Cherish TM Sanitary Napkins Can Actually Breathe!
The way the back layer is designed in the CherishTM brand, allows excess heat and moisture to be released and breathe as it is shown on the Glass Hot Water Vapor test.

The average woman will use approximately 11,000 plus sanitary napkins or more in their lifetime, which means our women are unknowingly being slowly poisoned monthly. Tampons are even worse. Tampons actually restrict the natural flow of a woman, ultimately resulting in the high incidence of Toxic Shock Syndrome. There are other health-related problems, such as a possible increase in the development of tumors and fibroids. 

The Now We No movement is an awareness campaign that educates our women and young girls about the harmful effects presented by the most popular sanitary napkin and tampon brands on the market today. This mission also offers a potential solution, which will cut many of the diseases and health challenges off at the root. Our mission is to bring awareness to the world, and it begins in our community first. Testimonials from women around the world about the Now We No campaign, and it’s a solution, confirms the need for this information. We are looking forward to confirming a date and time; so our committee can help organize a community event involving ministries, organizations, and schools to effectively fight back. 

The Now We No & Cherish Ambassador Michelle R. Duet

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