Contraception, sanitary products, hair cuts. Life just seems to be more expensive for women.
When it comes to period products such as pads and tampons, women have to fork out hundreds of pounds every year.
Menstrual cup brand Intimina commissioned research conducted by OnePoll to see exactly how much the average person spends on non-reusable products.
Results revealed the average woman spends $13.25 (£10.24) a month on menstrual products.
That adds up to $6,360 (£4,916) in an average woman’s reproductive lifetime – between the ages of 12 and 52.
In a family of two women, that figure goes up to £9,952, a little shy of £10,000, all of which comes out of peoples’ own pockets.
It’s no surprise then that in the survey of 2,000 women (aged 18-55), half reported having experienced period poverty.
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