“Feminine care may be a $15 billion industry, but it hasn’t changed all that much in the last few decades. Take the modern tampon, which has been on the market since the mid-1930s. Its biggest innovation: moving from a cardboard to plastic applicator.
As other industries evolve at lightning speed, the taboo nature of menstrual periods has stunted the development of new products for more than 80 years.
But that’s changing.”