Alice is a marine biologist and wildlife guide, with a passion for the natural world and the creatures who inhabit it. As a researcher but also a Divemaster & freediver, she’s a firm believer in the need to communicate the science as well as the intrinsic value of the ocean and what’s beneath the surface.
This week we asked 12-year-old Karys to tell us about her first experience with RED and her thoughts on be open about discussing periods. Karys is a ballet, jazz, hip hop and acro dancer, she said she feels super secure wearing RED while dancing.
"I love the brand and I think it's a great product for the environment - and you can dance and tumble while wearing them!"
At RED by Modibodi we are committed to changing the habits and use of disposable products, we encourage and advocate for sustainable living at all levels, even if it’s just one small change at a time. It’s the little things we do that can make a big difference! To celebrateEarth Daywe have asked our team to share how they have changed their habits to become more sustainable around the house -apart from all using theirModibodiof course
Fresh out of tampons and pads at the supermarket? Super annoying for those trying to buy some! While there is no reason to panic buy and stock up on things it seems everyone has.Managing your period or leaks can be tricky sometimes but doing so while also trying to make sense of what's happening in the world at the moment, is downright tough!
Everything you need to know about your vaginal discharge! If you’ve ever gone to the bathroom and been surprised to find a clear or white gel like substance in your undies, then do not worry you’re completely normal. Here's the low down.
When should I be worried and go to my doctor about period pains?
Most people who get their period have experienced period pain, otherwise known as cramps, proper term dysmenorrhea, occasionally referred to as “my uterus is on fire and it’s not fair, why me, oh please make it stop!” – but how do you know when enough is enough?
Yasmin is 16 and like most teens, she has an opinion on many things; the environment, education, government choices... the list goes on. Here's her beef with the recent news about free sanitary products in Victorian schools.
Basins and communists and lingonberries, Oh My!? Believe it or not, today we're investigating global period slang. Click for RED by Modibodi's hot take on period name-calling and a list of the world's wackiest euphemisms for period-ing.