We are actively changing our language to create a gender inclusive community. We refer to all period products as 'menstrual products' instead of 'feminine hygiene products'. You should know the ingredients in your menstrual products.
YES! Claire Coder, our founder, started Aunt Flow to ensure everyone has access to menstrual products. For every 10 tampons and pads we sell, we donate one to a menstruator in need. In the past year we donated over 350,000 tampons and pads.
You can request donated menstrual products from Period Inc., our national beneficiary partner. Make sure to let them know that Aunt Flow sent you!
Find out more here.
Aunt Flow primarily works with businesses and schools to stock their bathrooms. Because so many people were asking for our products, we partnered with LuckyBloke, who offers our products in smaller packs with a subscription option.
We partnered with LuckyBloke, who offers our products in smaller packs with a subscription option.
Each Aunt Flow dispenser comes with the tools needed to adhere OR drill the dispenser to the wall. Use our high-grade double sided tape to adhere the dispenser to dry-wall, tile, or other smooth surfaces. For extra strength and durability, use our included bolts to screw the dispenser into your wall.
Aunt Flow accepts all major credit cards and PayPal. If you would like to pay by setting up Aunt Flow as a vedor or via check, please contact email@example.com and we will provide details.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a PDF copy of your invoice.
Please contact email@example.com and we will update your account to ensure you are not charged taxes.
Aunt Flow charges a flat fee of $10 for all orders.
When you placed an order, we send an email with a shipping confirmation and tracking number.
Aunt Flow products ship from Cleveland, Ohio.