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It's proven

Using snuggs is kind to the planet

They are less harmful to the environment than tampons and pads

3.5x lower

Environmental impact

Together with environmental scientists, we have performed life-cycle assessment using the Product Environmental Footprint methodology recommended by the European Commission.

0.19
Snuggs
0.56
tampons
0.68
pads
All measured impact categories - Climate change, Ozone depletion, Eutrophication, Acidification, Land use, Water use, Particulate matter, Photochemical ozone formation, human health, Human toxicity cancer & non-cancer, Ecotoxicity freshwater, Ionising radiation human health, Resource use fossils & mineral & metals.

Savings by impact category

By using snuggs instead of tampons and pads

2.5x

LOWER

Carbon emissions

Emissions of CO2, CO and CH4 into the air are harmful for the atmosphere and are a key driver of climate change.

7.9x

LESS

Water

Production of tampons and pads use high amounts of fresh water from sources such as rivers and lakes.

3.3x

LESS

Fossil fuels

Production of snuggs requires less energy and use of non-renewable fossil fuels such as coal and oil.

9.6x

LESS

Waste

Single-use plastic tampons and pads are used only a few hours and then thrown away.

One snuggs user preserves every year

Carbon footprint

Savings 3.70 kg
Footprint 2.41 kg

Water

Savings 2366 l
Footprint 344 l

Fossil fuels

Savings 77.9 MJ
Footprint 34.5 MJ

Waste

Savings 1.04 kg
Footprint 0.12 kg

Our sustainable practice

How do we achieve low impact

Not all period underwear is equal. We continuously strive to improve our product and process to lower the impact on the planet.

Local production and control over the majority of the supply chain

Sustainable materials with OEKO-TEX® certification

Recycled materials for packaging

Quality and durability of our products to last longer

By using snuggs instead of tampons and pads

you help saving

carbon footprint

water

Fossil fuels

waste

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