We're Good For...


We’re good for you: 

We design our products with you in mind; concept and comfort are key! From considered designs to natural material choices, we only use 100% certified organic cotton, sustainable bamboo and chemical-free products meaning we protect your health, not harm it.vegan, organic, chemical free, sustainable

We’re good for nature: 

Hey Girls period products are responsibly sourced and made from sustainable materials, offering the functionality of plastic, without the pollution. Everything we create is biodegradable or recyclable so you really are doing good with your period. With a long-term goal of becoming 100% carbon neutral, we’ve signed up to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, pledging to become net-zero by 2050.Eco friendly


We’re good for society: 

All of the profits from our buy one, donate one, business model goes directly into funding the fight for equal periods for everyone. For every purchase made from us, we donate a whole box of products to someone in need. Social and ethical choices are at the heart of everything we do – from the people we employ through to our supply chain and eco-conscious ethos. You do not have to be facing extreme circumstances to access the basic care you need.

you buy one we donate one

We’re good for equality: 


Hey Girls is all about conversation – in fact that’s how our name was chosen; with one introductory phrase that started it all. Hey Girls’ guiding constitution, set when we launched in 2018, states our core aim; to help eradicate period poverty through the provision of quality period products for everyone who needs it. We believe that access to quality period products is a right, not a privilege. No one should have to choose between bleeding on their trousers and eating lunch. Free products not only help end period poverty, they promote equality.


We’re good for change: 

Since we started in 2018, we have donated over 18 million environmentally-friendly period products through a network of 150 community partner organisations such as women’s refuges, homeless shelters and food banks. Our aim is to help eradicate period poverty in the, enable better access to quality period products for all and to stomp out the stigma and bust the myths and taboos that surround periods.