Conceived by a dynamic mother-daughter tandem, &SISTERS came to fruition under the watchful eyes of Lucy and Claire Lettice. The co-founders, Claire and Lucy, represent the heart of &SISTERS.
These two influential women, personally acquainted with the struggles and stigma surrounding access to reliable menstrual products, decided it was time for a change. Inspired by Claire's background in entrepreneurship and Lucy's keen insight as a buyer, they envisioned a fresh take on menstrual health - creating a line of period products that are not only beneficial to users but also to the environment, and simultaneously improving global accessibility to such quality, sustainable items.
&SISTERS are committed to transforming menstrual health by offering safe, eco-friendly, and aesthetically pleasing menstrual products. The company's principles rest on three pivotal pillars:
Transparency is the hallmark. &Sisters lay bare the facts about their products, ingredients, and production methods. The pads, liners, and tampons are crafted from 100% organic cotton, with accreditation from the Soil Association as per Global Organic Textile Standards. They engage in rigorous testing and refinement of each and every product, and exclusively use high-quality, natural ingredients, to help you look after your body naturally.
&SISTERS are unwavering in their dedication to employing the most environmentally sound ingredients and techniques. As a B Corp certified company, the goal is to facilitate your contribution to the planet and its denizens. They are relentless in there endeavor to minimise the ecological footprint of menstrual products.
To give you an idea of the impact, &SISTERS attained an impressive score of 123.5 in the B Corp assessment, more than double the median score for regular businesses that take the test (currently 50.9).
&SISTERS aim to empower global sisterhood, ensuring that no woman is ever hindered by her menstrual cycle. As proud contributors to the 1% for the Planet initiative, they commit to annually donating at least 1% of there income to non-profit organisations around the world.