NannoCARES about You!

Victoria. M


Image source: Eloise Ambursley

Do you know why Nannocare was started? It was to help women globally have access to a holistic and all natural solution to discomfort that occurs monthly. We want each and every one of you to know that we share in your quest for something better- and we are working every day to bring it to you directly!

Not only do we take health seriously; we also know everything is about balance. Periods are no fun, but they are necessary and a part of our lives so with that said- we want to make sure you can make the most of every day, period. Menstrual health is a thing, and it is at the forefront of the industry now more than ever.

Nannocare also wants to make period talk the norm! Every young adolescent gets “the talk” but periods are often left out. It is important for both boys and girls to be comfortable with the change in their bodies and not feel awkward about what is happening. Moms, Dads, Sisters, Uncles, Aunts, Grandparents - we want you to know it is ok to tell young girls about how their bodies will change and how menstruation will affect them. We also want you to be knowledgeable about the products out there that are good for them.

Here are some helpful tips for the new and even experienced who want to delve deeper into menstrual health:

-Using organic cotton and all-natural feminine hygiene products is healthier for the body overall. This includes but is not limited to feminine washes, undergarments, hygiene products and let’s not forget that what you eat and how active you are all impact your overall wellbeing too

-Menstrual discomfort is normal but not always the norm, know that you don’t have to suffer. Seek out physical activity, mental zen and of course, holistic and homeopathic products that may help alleviate your PMS symptoms. Everybody is different and what works for you may not work for someone else, so stay in tune with yourself to notice changes, even if they are minor.

-Discussing your period with your doctor and your loved ones are not taboo, be vocal about your needs and be proactive in finding what works for you. Share your stories and experiences with others, you never know how much a little knowledge can help someone.

-Talking about periods is an ongoing conversation; no need to rush int it all at once. It is a journey through womanhood that we should all be proud to bear.


So, the next time you have to make a run to the store (we are talking to you Dads, Husbands, Boyfriends, Partners)  or there is a code red at an unexpected time don’t fret to seek out an all natural and organic option that will not only benefit their health but yours and their peace of mind.

When you need a pick me up, a little zen moment or something in between- we are here for you and hope that we will not only brighten your day, but others around you! Periods should end sentences and not the opportunity for growth and education.

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