The Honey Pot Company: Check Out The Feminine Health Brand Causing A Stir

Khaila Thomas
June 20, 2019

The Honey Pot Company: Check Out The Feminine Health Brand Causing A Stir

Khaila Thomas
June 20, 2019

The Honey Pot Company: Check Out The Feminine Health Brand Causing A Stir

While browsing the feminine hygiene section at the store, you might have a particular brand catch your eye. The packaging is minimalist, it’s pastel, and the text that states its lack of parabens, glycerin, and dioxides intrigues you further. The fact that’s plant-based, and it comes in normal, sensitive, and mommy-to-be pretty much sells you on the spot.

You’ve probably bought The Honey Pot Company products. And if you haven’t yet, this piece will undoubtedly make you check out this brand making its presence in the feminine health industry.

The Honey Pot Company was founded by Bea Feliu-Espada. She created this feminine hygiene brand years ago while she was still working a full-time job after a recurrent cycle of bacterial vaginosis. She started out with a $20,000 investment and sold out of her 600 bottles of feminine wash at a Bronner Brothers Hair Show in Atlanta in 2014.

From there, her brand and products only grew. The Honey Pot Company now offers hygiene wipes, herbal pads and pantiliners, tampons, a refreshing panty spray, a soothing body balm, and lubricant.

You already know about the lack of parabens, dioxides, and glycerin. But the rest of the ingredients are natural, gentle, and recognizable at first glance. Such as organic lavender water, garlic, coconut oil soap, and grapefruit seed extract.

The Honey Pot Company also gives back to the menstrual community by offering period specific pins online. The funds from the purchase go to Happy Period, an organization that helps those in need of menstrual hygiene kits.  

As you can see, this feminine health brand is more than excellent. And it’s living up to its slogan, by people with vaginas, for people with vaginas. Be sure to check out The Honey Pot Company on Instagram and its website for more information. Or take a visit to your local Walmart, Bed Bath & Beyond, Wegmans, Walgreens, Target, Whole Foods, and Urban Outfitters to see the product in person for yourself.

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