Our Story

The idea behind FabLittleBag was born out of a transformative experience, a small yet impactful incident that led to a profound solution. Faced with the reality of flushed tampons and pads causing widespread harm, we embarked on a journey to create a simple yet effective solution.

Despite challenges, setbacks, and moments of doubt, our determination and passion prevailed. Today, FabLittleBag stands as a testament to the power of one idea and our commitment to drive change.

Join the Movement:
FabLittleBag is more than just a product; it's a movement. By choosing us, you become part of a community driving responsible choices during menstrual cycles. Thank you for being an integral part of our journey and for making a substantial, positive difference with FabLittleBag.

Together, we embrace period positivity and environmental responsibility.

🌿 #FabLittleBag #PeriodPositivity #Sustainability #EnvironmentalResponsibility #EmpoweringChange #GreenLiving"

Empowering Period Positivity and Environmental Responsibility

Our Mission:
At FabLittleBag (FLB), we are on a mission to transform the narrative around period product disposal. Too often, these essential items end up causing harm to our environment. Our dedication is to educate women and girls globally about the significance of responsible disposal, advocating for binning instead of flushing. Our goal is to prevent clogged pipes, reduce river litter, and protect our oceans from pollution.

Period Positivity Initiatives:

FLB extends its commitment beyond education to actively create positive period environments in schools, sports clubs, hospitality, and workplaces. We collaborate with schools, colleges, communities, and environmentally conscious individuals, fostering a collective effort to make a positive impact on our environment.

Period Positivity Initiatives:

Core Values:

Encouraging Good Environmental Habits:

We take responsibility for the environmental impact of period disposal choices.

Driven by a commitment to protect the planet and conserve natural resources.

Education and Empowerment:

Knowledge is a powerful tool for change.

Dedicated to empowering women and girls through education, providing information and eco-friendly choices.

Period Positivity Communities:

Active engagement with local communities, organisations, and individuals.

Creating welcoming and supportive environments for women and girls everywhere.

Sustainable Products:

Sustainability at the core of our actions and decisions.

Use of eco-friendly and vegan materials in our products.


Welcoming all individuals, regardless of background or beliefs.

A mission to bring about positive change for everyone who benefits from our products.

Accessible Waste Disposal:

Commitment to ensuring accessible waste disposal options for period products.

Advocacy for bins in restrooms, public spaces, and facilities.

Core Values:
Core Values:

Meeting United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals:

In alignment with the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, FLB actively contributes to:

Goal 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production)
Goal 14 (Life below water)

We also contribute in a smaller way to Goal 5 (Gender Equality), Goal 6 (Clean Water and Sanitation), Goal 9 (Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure) & Gaol 15 ( Life on Land).By providing accessible waste disposal options, using responsible materials to manufacture our products and promoting sustainability, we work towards a cleaner, more responsible world.

UN SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

This goal focuses on ensuring sustainable consumption and production patterns. FabLittleBag contributes to this goal by:

  • Reducing Waste: Implementing recyclable packaging practices; reducing unnecessary use of toilet roll to minimize the environmental impact of disposable items.
  • Product Innovation: Developing eco-friendly alternatives using sustainable materials for their products
  • Supply Chain Transparency: Ensuring transparency in the supply chain, promoting ethical practices, and minimising the environmental impact of production of other fossil-fuelled products ( nappy sacks etc.

    UN SDG 14: Life Below Water

This goal aims to conserve and sustainably use oceans, seas, and marine resources. A company in the menstrual hygiene industry can contribute to this goal by:

  • Reducing Plastic Pollution: Using sustainable plant-based and recycled materials in product design to minimize the environmental impact on marine ecosystems; Binning not Flushing
  • Educational Initiatives: Raising awareness about the environmental impact of flushing,  such as plastic pollution it causes. Encouraging responsible disposal practices to prevent marine pollution.
  • Corporate Responsibility: Engaging in initiatives that support marine conservation and advocating for sustainable practices within the industry.
Meeting United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals:


We take immense pride in our partnership with WellHQ, serving as a catalyst for empowering women not just in health, but in every facet of their lives, fostering a sense of community, they offer valuable resources, and provide unwavering support, guiding us all in the journey of caring for our bodies as we navigate through the stages of exercise, aging, and personal growth.

FabLittleBag are committed to reshaping the narrative surrounding period management and disposal, challenging the notion of 'that's just how it is.' Our mission is to revolutionise period provisions by offering tailored solutions for women and girls, all while championing sustainability. In every challenge, there lies an opportunity to make things better, to enhance your well-being, and we're here to support you with our fabulous FabLittleBags.

WellHQ are running a fabulous course, 'Female body: Puberty Edition', the very first of its kind arming PE teachers and sports clubs with the right information to ensure girls’ bodies (and minds) don’t hold them back, specifically designed so teachers and coaches can understand the physiological, anatomical and psychological changes erupting in teenage girls’ bodies.

Find out more here


Meet the team