I've found the solution to discreetly throw away your used feminine hygiene items at least when you're in a public bathroom. MaskIT! :) Here's a short description from the company.
MaskIT is a specially designed, patent pending, product that offers a practical & sanitary solution for the disposal of soiled feminine hygiene items. MaskIT offers an intuitive use for women through its patent pending pocket technology which makes it simple to grasp a used pad or tampon while protecting the hand. With a unique inversion process these items are then enclosed & sealed within a small pouch that prevents leaking and blocks smells. There is no product on the market that competes with what MaskIT offers. MaskIT will truly be the first viable method for women to dispose of their used feminine hygiene items.
We are very proud to provide a product that is made out of a certified compostable Biofilm and is 100% made in the USA. MaskIT’s official launch date is September 15th and will be available on amazon.com and select retailers across the country.
The MaskIT is very easy to use and I love that I can seal it too. It doesn't just hide my used sanitary napkins and pads out of sight but it also protects my hand from touching the pads as well. I do however prefer scratch papers at home for my used pads and napkins, just to save a bit, but I'd use this when I'm in a public restroom because it's much lighter, convenient and smaller to bring. I love the concept and the product and I hope women will use it at least in a public restroom. :)
You can visit the MaskIT Website to learn more about MaskIT.
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