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  • The New Way To Period

    We are so excited to share our new campaign - The New Way to Period. We decided to make this film to show womxn that periods are normal and that they now have better, more sustainable options than eco-damaging reusables. Historically, womxn have been taught to feel uncomfortable, unnatural and gross about their periods, and this film inspires us to break down those barriers and empower women to feel however they want to feel, because there is a new way to period with Modibodi.

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  • Incontinence | The Run Down

    Incontinence is a term used to describe an involuntary or accidental loss of urine, to those who experience it – it's a lot more complicated and fraught with emotion. At Modibodi we are constantly striving to open up the conversation and taboo of incontinence, so people don’t have to suffer in silence. Its more common than you think!
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  • Living With Endo

    Endometriosis is an often-painful disorder in which tissue like the tissue that normally lines the inside of your uterus — the endometrium — grows outside your uterus. Surprisingly, it’s not uncommon. When it comes to our periods and our bodies in general, there’s real value in sharing personal experiences – which is why we reached out to Georgia, one of our customers, to hear about her personal journey with Endo. 
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  • Common Health Questions - Answered, With Dr Natasha!

    It’s important to remember that each individual’s health is so unique, and therefore we should all remember to muster the effort – or courage – to get those check ups we’ve been meaning to have, even if you think Google’s got you covered. We spoke to Dr Natasha Andreadis, an expert in the field, to provide us with the facts when it comes to some of our most common and burning health questions. 
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  • Plastic Free Brands To Help You Reduce Your Plastic Consumption

    The Modibodi office is proud to be participating in #PlasticFreeJuly, a global challenge to reduce personal consumption of single-use plastic. The thought of going plastic free for an entire month seems almost impossible and unfortunately it *almost* is. However Plastic Free July isn’t about being perfect. It is about reducing plastic in a way that works for your lifestyle, whilst challenging yourself. Below are some brands we are proud to promote in order to help you live more sustainably this month, and beyond! 
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  • Q&A With Jacci; A Queer, Non-Binary, Veteran, Autistic, Comedian and Anthropologist

    Have you ever met a queer, non-binary, autistic, veteran, comedian and anthropologist? Jacci ticks all those boxes, but they won't let you put them in a box!  Did those pronouns confuse you just then? Then keep reading because to celebrate PRIDE month this year Jacci is here to help you understand why ‘they’ choose to use the pronouns they/their/them.  

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  • Incontinence Q&A with Shani

    Shani is a Melbourne mum who is on a mission to spread body love and body positivity – she’s learnt to embrace her changing body post birth and appreciate all that it can do for her and her daughter. One of the new changes that she has been experiencing is bladder leaks. For Continence Week this year we’ve asked her to share a bit about her experience and how Modibodi has helped.
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  • Incontinence Tips From A Pelvic Floor Physio

    Happy World Continence Week! That one week in the year where pelvic floor physiotherapists, continence nurses, gynaecologists, and urogynecologists can have their time to shine and spread the word! Mai Vu is a pelvic floor physiotherapist working at major maternity hospital in Melbourne. Mai has postgraduate qualifications in pelvic floor, and in assessment and management of pelvic organ prolapse. She has a passion for treating women of all ages and has a special interest in cancer-related women’s health issues and bowel conditions.
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  • #BLM

    We will continue to listen, learn and educate ourselves. We will commit this time to not only thoughts but actions, to use our platform and resources to actively support and make space for BIPOC. We are committed to long lasting change within our company, community and the world.

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  • DJ Tigerlily On Living Sustainably

    Most of you probably know DJ Tigerlily, but did you know her real name is Dara and as well as being a DJ, she is also a producer and wellness enthusiast. Earlier this year we reached out to see if she would be interested in testing out our vegan range: "Not going to lie, I was sceptical at first about using them."

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