Believe it or not, most medical products (including over-the-counter painkillers) have never been tested on women and AFAB individuals.
Women were excluded from medical trials until 1993, meaning lots of products on the market aren't designed for the female physiology.
Aside from replacing cotton with plastics and other synthetic materials, tampon manufacturing hasn't changed much since the first tampon was invented in 1929. We think it's about time people with periods had safer, more sustainable and more effective products!
Daye is on a mission to bridge the gender gap in medical research and product innovation, raising standards in female healthcare.
We invest our profits back into research and development. We run our own clinical trials and lab tests, consult with our medical advisory board and resident doctors, and actually talk to our customers to bring people who menstruate the period care they deserve.
Daye is on a mission to bridge the gender gap in medical research and product innovation, raising standards in female healthcare. You can read more here.