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HyGeeni Disposal Bags

£10.95 Ex. VAT

HyGeeni Bags are our 'FabBigBags' your ultimate solution for dignified disposal. Sustainably sourced and multipurpose, these sealable, opaque bags handle various hygiene products with ease.

Ideal for:

  • Nappies/diapers
  • Incontinence pads
  • Sheaths
  • Ostomy bags
  • Catheters

Why Choose HyGeeni?

Disposal is rarely dignified, especially with products contaminated by bodily fluids. HyGeeni Bags address this issue head-on. Crafted from sugarcane waste and recycled plastic materials, they are eco-friendly, easy to use, and provide complete discretion with their opaque design. The bags seal firmly closed, locking in odors for a hygienic disposal experience. 

Specifications:

  • Bag size: 22cm x 17cm
  • Pack includes 50 HyGeeni Bags

Order your pack today and experience the difference!


    How FabLittleBag can help you!

    Our bags help so many of our customers dispose of items easily, discreetly and most of all, responsibly. This action protects rivers, oceans and beaches from the pollution caused by flushed products. We want to educate as many people as possible about the importance of responsible disposal while empowering women to live life without limits.

    Feel confident and relaxed when disposing hygienically wherever you may be!

    FAQs

    What can fit into a HyGeeni?

    A HyGeeni is an innovative bag for the disposal of soiled nappies, incontinence pads, sheaths and personal medical items such as ostomy bags and catheters, in a clean, easy and hygienic way.

    What are they made from?

    Made from 60% sustainable sugarcane, which locks the carbon in as it grows, 10% renewable cornstarch and 30% recycled plastic to support the circular economy of waste, and the glue we use to seal them closed is vegan. 

    What are HyGeeni bags made from?

    HyGeeni bags are made from 55% sugarcane and 45% recycled plastic materials. The packaging is 100% made from recycled plastic and is also recyclable.

    Can you fit a pad into a FabLittleBags?

    Absolutely, yes! There are a number of YouTube videos showing this. Even the larger night time pads can fit in, the bigger the pads the tighter you may decide to roll it up. The secret is to cover the sticky bit of the pad with a piece of loo roll , or its wrapper, so it doesn’t stick on the way in.

    Can you recycle it once it's full?

    No – as the contents are not recyclable. They need to go into normal household rubbish.

    Ingredients

    FabLittleBags and HyGeeni bags are sustainably sourced and the packaging is recyclable. Our film is made from sustainable plants (Sugarcane waste) which also lock in the carbon, recycled materials(LDPE) and a small amount of renewable cornstarch.

    Large Quantities
    For large order quantities please contact orders@fablittlebag.com for a bespoke quote.

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    Customer Reviews

    Don't take our word for it, listen to what our customers have to say

    Karen S

    Fab Evangelist

    “I'm loving the FabLittleBags and currently trying to convert my sister. So convenient especially in a public place and hygienic.  Great for the handbag and I like how they don't rattle so much!”

    Amy

    Happy Rambler

    “Was out walking in Wales yesterday and it was great not having to stress about the logistics of (used) tampon transport when in the mountains for 7 hours :-)”

    Ama Agbeze

    Team England Netball

    “They are actually fab! It's good to never be caught short - thanks”

    Pop Sugar

    “Tackle your period like a boss with FabLittleBag, a discreet, environmentally friendly, cheap handbag essential.”

    HK

    “BRILLIANT. Finally a workable alternative to flushing. I feel good about doing good!”

    Writing Rambling

    “Definitely something that shouldn’t ever leave your side”

    Madeleine Clarke

    “Thank goodness for this product. I have never been a flusher so have spent years smuggling out used tampax in loo roll in my handbag. Not nice! At home I have used nappy sacks so I welcome a product fit for purpose.”