The Problem

The state of menstrual hygiene in India is critical and there is an urgent need to address it.

Women in India use unhygienic material like cloth, husk, news paper, etc during periods.

Women in India suffer from reproductive tract infections.

School girls in India drop out schools once they start menstruating.

*A. C Neilson report 2011

the saral approach

Technology is at the heart of our solution. We believe that local production and distribution can disrupt the largely underserved menstrual hygiene market.

We have developed India's first indigenously designed automatic machine for producing ultra-thin sanitary napkins at a decentralized scale. While decentralization cuts down the distribution costs, the automated production ensures economies of scale and product quality.

These high-quality sanitary pads are distributed online, through various retail channels and in partnerships with health care workers, schools and nonprofits to increase awareness and accessibility at the last mile.

our products

Active Ultra
Vending Machine

manufacturing unit

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our impact

"25 last mile partners"

"2 production partners"

13,00,000

pads sold

customer speak

Awards