LOS ANGELES, Oct. 9, 2019 --- Nannocare, the Los Angeles-based creator of NannoPad®, is excited to announce that NannoPad is now available nationally through several distributors in Canada.
NannoPad® is the sanitary napkin that is revolutionizing how menstrual discomfort can be relieved with fewer or no medications, heating pads or other items used to help alleviate PMS symptoms. NannoPad is embedded with Nannogenic™ technology which utilizes the far infrared wavelength, the same electromagnetic wavelength that is naturally emitted by human bodies. Multiplestudies and user testing have confirmed the effectiveness of far infrared energy in "alleviating different symptoms associated with chronic pain or other related medical concerns."
The Creator of the NannoPad® Continues Its Takeover of the Feminine Hygiene Space
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Nannocare, is thrilled to announce that it will be growing its retail distribution at a number of new stores nationwide this coming fall. The innovative brand that pioneered menstrual hygiene pads infused with Nannogenic™ technology, will now be available at popular college bookstores, supermarkets and drugstores.
Nannocare creates NannoPad®, made with 100% OCS Certified Organic Cotton, biodegradable plastic wrapping and natural Nannogenic technology that utilizes Far Infrared Energy, known to help stimulate circulation in the tiny blood vessels up to 1.5 inches under the skin around the pelvic region. By stimulating these blood vessels, NannoPad can help reduce menstrual discomfort and decrease the need for women to use harmful painkillers during their periods.
Nannocare continues their commitment to address social causes
Los Angeles, CA, December 06, 2018 ---Innovative fem-tech company Nannocare recently kicked off the start of the giving season and Giving Tuesday with substantial donations of NannoPad®, the menstrual pad designed to naturally help relieve menstrual pain. In the week of Giving Tuesday alone, they donated 20,500 pads, raising their donation total in 2018 to 32,500 pads—with plans to double this number in 2019.