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Blood & Milk

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Q&A: Ovulation Tracking With Modern Fertility Co-Founder Afton Vechery

The U.S. Healthcare System is Hurting Black Women. Here’s How We Can Do Better

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nurture the inherent power of girls worldwide by providing period pads and health education to those in need;

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use organic ingredients whenever possible;

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design products that are naturally good for our bodies and also good at what they do;

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spread knowledge that helps us understand our bodies better;

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champion issues that affect women worldwide;

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support a girl stepping boldly into the promise of her future with every Cora purchase.

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nurture the inherent power of girls worldwide by providing period pads and health education to those who need them;

A closeup of organic cotton.

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use organic ingredients whenever possible;

A shot of Cora packaging.

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design products that are naturally good for our bodies and also good at what they do;

A nude woman under a sheet.

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spread knowledge that helps us understand our bodies better;

Two women standing with their hands against each other, representing unity.

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champion issues that affect women worldwide;

The back of Cora packaging, which showcases our giving.

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support a girl stepping boldly into the promise 
of her future with every Cora purchase.

From Our Founder

5 continents. 13 countries. 10 years. Those stats represent where my journey begins working for women’s human rights and socio-economic empowerment around the world.

It’s also where my, well, uncommon passion for women’s periods starts.

While travelling throughout developing countries, I saw how menstruation negatively affects girls and women who are poor. Unable to afford menstrual products, they resort to using old rags, newspaper, animal dung and tree bark—even pieces of old mattress—all of which can cause infections and reproductive health problems, not to mention humiliating leaks.

Back home, I learned that feminine products could contain synthetic materials and chemicals like pesticide residues. From then on, I knew I wanted to create a brand that would advocate for women's health and offer thoughtful products made with natural and organic cotton.

I knew there had to be a better future for all women, in every part of the world.

And that's what we're creating through Cora.

Cora's founder, Molly Hayward, with some girls who receive period products from Cora.

From Our Founder

5 continents. 13 countries. 10 years. Those stats represent where my journey begins working for women’s human rights and socio-economic empowerment around the world.

It’s also where my, well, uncommon passion for women’s periods starts.

While travelling throughout developing countries, I saw how menstruation negatively affects girls and women who are poor. Unable to afford menstrual products, they resort to using old rags, newspaper, animal dung and tree bark—even pieces of old mattress—all of which can cause infections and reproductive health problems, not to mention humiliating leaks.

Back home, I learned that feminine products could contain synthetic materials and chemicals like pesticide residues. From then on, I knew I wanted to create a brand that would advocate for women's health and offer thoughtful products made with natural and organic cotton.

I knew there had to be a better future for all women, in every part of the world.

And that's what we're creating through Cora.

Our story doesn't end with our products

Blood & Milk is the editorial sister of Cora.

The mission of Blood & Milk is to consider and expose the physical, physiological, emotional, spiritual, psychological, social, political, cultural, and economic forces that influence the way women exist in their bodies while striving wellness.