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Hey Girls
Hey Girls

Hey Girls

Environmentally friendly period pants, tampons and other products that fight period poverty.

Have a comfortable, eco-friendly period and help UK girls experiencing period poverty do the same thanks to Hey Girls. 

They work on a buy-one-give-one model. For every Hey Girls period product that you buy, one goes to their donation partners who distribute them to people who need a little extra help each month. 

Plan International UK research found that period poverty affects one in 10 school girls in the UK. Helping these girls access period products does a lot of good. It can keep them in school, improve concentration, encourage participation in sport, support good health and ensure they maintain their dignity. 

Hey Girls’ 200 donation partners range from community organisations to home shelters, food banks to charities. Many of these are committed to breaking down stigma around periods as well as alleviating period poverty. Some offer menstruation education or a space to chat freely about period issues. To date, Hey Girls have donated more than 18 million packs of period products to communities who need them in the UK.

Environmentally friendly, plastic-free reusables, tampons and liners make up the Hey Girls range. They’re always bleach and chlorine-free. Pick from period pants, menstrual cups, organic cotton tampons and more – all of them protect you from leaks, keep you comfortable and do some good for fellow people with periods.

Meet The Founder

Hey Girls is a family affair, run by Celia Hodson and her two daughters, Becky and Kate. 

Buying period products can put a lot of financial strain on low-income families – something Celia had first-hand experience of as a single mum. This and the belief that menstrual products are a right, not a privilege, inspired Hey Girls’ commitment to ending period poverty in the UK. 

A desire to have a positive impact in all areas of the business means Hey Girls are conscious about their social and ethical responsibility across the board – from fair supply chains to planet-friendly materials.