vivienne harr

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Ok, so she might not technically be a woman just yet, but as her below mission statement so clearly inspires, age never has to be a factor in the face of making great change, and neither will it be in our crowning of Vivienne Harr as this month’s Fierce Woman of the Month!

You don’t have to be big or powerful to change the world. You can be just like me.

Photo Courtesy of Lisa Kristine Fine Art Photography

Photo Courtesy of Lisa Kristine Fine Art Photography

The relentless spirit of this savvy little lady, entrepreneur, activist, and philanthropist, has generated great action and life changing results. All it took was one image; two young boys weighed down by stones almost the size of their full bodies and tied to their heads while on the enslaved journey of making a delivery through the Himalayas

We’ve all been there, exposed to heart-wrenching images of poverty or suffering way too difficult for many of us to even comprehend and too daunting of a thought for most of us to take action. Children on the other hand have an ability to tap in to an innocence unfettered by self doubt and thus sensitive and proactive about fulfilling their wildest dreams.

Compassion is not compassion without action.

At the age of 8, Viviene turned a standard summertime kid activity of creating a lemonade stand, in to an ongoing, world-changing, and awe inspiring mission to end slavery! After reaching her $100,000.00 fundraising goal on the 173rd consecutive day of maintaining her stand, one day of which was spent selling her tasty “Lemonaid” in Times Square, she proclaimed she wasn’t going to stop until child slavery becomes obsolete.

Two years later and she’s still at it with unbelievable advances in completing her mission – new mobile technology that helps raise money for your favorite cause, a documentary featuring her story, a b-corp company bottling her tasty lemonaid and a published children’s book about how big things have small beginnings!

I’m going to help the world be a better place.

Photo courtesy of www.makeastand.com

Photo courtesy of http://www.makeastand.com

That was Vivienne’s first ever tweet. With approximately 18 million enslaved children around the world, Vivienne certainly has her work cut out for her, but by staying focused on the positive, she has obviously kept her word and shows no signs of slowing down. Her organization gives 5% of all gross revenues to hand selected groups that do leading work in eradicating slavery.

It’s hard to believe that slavery still exists in this day and age. Although so called “modern day slavery” looks slightly different, it is no better and is defined by the International Labor Organization as “victims of forced labour globally, trapped in jobs in which they were coerced or deceived and which they cannot leave.”

If our feature story hasn’t fully captured for you yet this Fierce Woman’s spirit, maybe her direct poignant responses to our exclusive interview below will.

At Maxim Hygiene, we define a Fierce Woman as a “glorious female creature whose idea of beauty is hinged upon the idea that she can change the world with each choice, each moment and each breath of her life.” Who in your life is a Fierce Woman (or Fierce Little Lady) and why?

I am the fierce woman in my life. I know I can change the world. because I’m already doing it. To believe it you have to do it.

You’ve had the pleasure of traveling to Times Square, presenting a TedX talk and ringing the bell at the Twitter IPL, opportunities so many people only dream of. Which of these or any other experiences you’ve had in sharing your great mission, was the most impactful and meaningful for you?

The most fun and impactful and meaningful. Hmmm… let me think about that. Well, I really liked going to Orlando and getting the key to the city and going to Disney World. But the most meaningful was when I went to Dallas and I met former enslaved girls, and I made them smile. It had a big impact on me and on them too. It was really amazing!!

You’ve truly fulfilled the figurative and literal intention of the famous expression, “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” As a pre-teen, you must be experiencing some seemingly “sour” and challenging changes that accompany this growth period. Is there a particular common difficult pre-teen experience that you’ve been going through and can share about? In particular, how have you applied the same “lemons to lemonaid” philosophy that made your business so successful, to this tough pre-teen experience?

Sorry I just became a preteen because I’m only 10. so I haven’t quite gotten to many changes yet. Sometimes friendships can be hard. I find the best thing is to stay positive and try not to take things personally.

 What do you like to do for fun when you’re embettering the world through your work at Make a Stand?

I like building tree forts with my friends. I like playing with my brother Turner who’s four. I like playing dolls. I like playing with my favorite toys. But most of all I love to just be out in nature climbing a tree!

Where and what do you see yourself doing in ten years from now?

After I have ended child slavery I want to set up an animal sanctuary for animals that were in slavery and circuses and everything. I am very passionate about the treatment of animals.

Vivienne spent the past few weeks meeting with companies like Google, LinkedIn, and Twitter, yet still found the time to share the above perspective with us (that’s one summer camp agenda any parent would die for).

We are so inspired by her story that throughout the next week 10% of all Maxim product purchases made by clicking here and entering the following coupon code at checkout, will be donated to Vivienne’s non-profit: ENDSLAVERY You’ll also get an exclusive 10% discount off your total order.

You can also click here to donate directly to the Make a Stand Foundation.

Summer is sadly winding down, but that doesn’t mean your bathing suit ready inspired health routine has to, especially when it comes to the season’s last few celebrations. Decorate your Labor Day party tables with natural and healthy refreshing coolers that will not only taste and feel great, but also leave your tables looking oh so cool!

We searched our fellow health moguls recommendations and found these five delectable delights that will leave your taste buds sizzling, body parts cheering and eyeballs popping!

Melon Mule

Replace that alcoholic Moscow Mule with what we’re calling a “Melon Mule!” Who needs the extra 320 calories to cool off when you can use this creative Melon Ball Ice Cube twist to make a low caloric and healthy alternative with your favorite mix of melons. Not only are you replacing calories with this healthy drink, but your using colorful balls of fruit to brighten up and cool your drinks instead of boring colored ice!


Blackberry Honey Spritzer

Replace your soda options with this naturally sweet cup of fizz made with all natural ingredients. If you’re like me, then there’s something inexplicable about the pleasure soda bubbles provide when they take over the mouth. Refrain from spoiling that pleasure with the nasty sugars and chemicals found in soda and replace it with this natural seltzer water and fruit recipe instead by Wonky Wonderful.


Coconut Pear Smoothie

Everyone seems to be not only on a smoothie craze these days but also an insatiable love for coconut! Why not combine the two trends to make this refreshing Coconut Pear Smoothie by Womenio. Fill your guests up with this rich combo of healthy ingredients that will act as a meal replacement for many, so you’ll have to worry less about what other dishes to prepare! Oh, and the nutrients found in this coconut concoction provide skin fortifying powers that we all could use after a few summer months of sun exposure.

coconut-pear-smoothieWatermelon Cooler

So even though the original creators of this genius Watermelon Keg had it in mind as an alcohol dispenser, we’re gonna suggest pouring this cool natural watermelon drink recipe instead.

Watermelon-Keg The Detox Delight

In addition to drinking, we’re sure your end of the season summer parties will involve a lot of eating. We hate to say it, but more likely than not, there will be a lot of unhealthy eating like that hot dog you tried to go all summer without or the seven layer dip you couldn’t resist dipping your gluten free nacho chip in to. Have no fear, what we’re calling the Detox Delight will help ease the digestive woes and worries that come with eating such hard to digest foods. The natural digestive health benefits found in this lemon, ginger and mint infused drink by A Splash of Vanilla will hopefully leave you feeling cleansed and ready to go back to work after labor day.

lemon-ginger-mint-drink-550x394This post has got us pretty thirsty. We’re gonna go whip up one of these guilt free splendors. Let us know which you try too! Cheers!

Children are climbing in that net structure! Photo of the Boston Children's Museum  via vanderweil.com/

Children are climbing in that net structure! Photo of the Boston Children’s Museum via vanderweil.com/

The summer is flying by but there are still a few more weeks or days (for some) left before the school year starts.  As Fierce Women and Green Queens, we believe education is the best method to changing the world for the better and that there’s always a way to have fun while doing it! Museums are the perfect example of this philosophy and will provide a great way to keep your kids entertained this summer.

One of my favorite memories from childhood was our 8th grade trip to Boston. Besides being super psyched to get away from school for a day, what I remember most is having so much fun at the Children’s Museum. Even though we thought we were so grown up, we ran through that place playing, listening, touching and learning. The Boston Children’s Museum is still one the most popular in the country, and one of the few green museums (though the list is growing!). It is also the second oldest, founded in 1913 by the Science Teachers’ Bureau. Take a visit there this summer and check out the newly-opened amazing NASA and Smithsonian exhibit, “Our Sky,” where you can create a human sundial, touch the moon and explore the constellations. There’s also “The Green Trail,” a 6,000 foot exhibit which teaches children about recycling, lighting conservation, and being green in their daily lives.

Children's Museum Indianapolis (via planetterry.wordpress.com)

Children’s Museum Indianapolis (via planetterry.wordpress.com)

Indianapolis boasts the #1 must-see children’s museum according to Forbes and Parenting. The Children’s Museum Indianapolis is the largest children’s museum in the world. Built in 1925, it now gets over a million visitors a year and sits on 29 acres of land so bring your sneakers and strollers! Some of the highlights are the “Dinoscope Paleo Prep Lab” where paleontologists work on real fossil bones discovered at dinosaur digs, and “Carousel Dreams and Wishes” featuring a restored carousel from 1917 where you can go for a ride. The museum, in collaboration with National Geographic, holds the permanent exhibit “Treasures of the Earth” which is the 7,400-square-foot exhibit showing visitors what it’s like to be an archaeologist digging for ancient artifacts in Egypt, China and the Dominican Republic.

Houston Children's Museum (photo via Destination360.com)

Houston Children’s Museum (photo via Destination360.com)

If you’re in the south, or just passing through, make a stop at the Children’s Museum of Houston. It was founded in 1980 so is much newer than some of its counterparts but still has some “wow” factor. One of the best exhibits is “Kidtropolis, USA,” and this is why:

It “mirrors a real city, “complete with its own city hall, municipal building, mercantile center, bank, news center, market, diner, art school, and even a vet clinic. Children can even elect a mayor, run for office and decide what ordinances to pass!”

That seems like a clever and creative way to help kids understand civic engagement and how communities work. There’s also a massive “Ecostation” an indoor/outdoor environmental exhibit with a pond, native plant garden, woodland area and research center. Visitors can participate in insect collecting, footprint identification, leaf rubbings and something called “nature journals” that my inner child got excited about. It’s also almost entirely powered by solar energy with a special exhibit dedicated to solar power.

There are over 200 children’s museums in the United States so you don’t have to travel far to visit one. Click here for a list and enjoy some learning and laughter with the young folks in your life.

Single - No Toxin (II)

Maxim street campaign at Washington Square Park, NYC.


Five summers ago Maxim Hygiene Products had it’s first ever street campaign. It was a year after we had officially launched our line of Organic and Natural Feminine Hygiene Products and we were yearning to get the word out about all that our unique brand stands for. Our young company of committed #FierceWomen took to the streets of NYC and Brooklyn to raise its voice about periods and the toxic materials found in standard other feminine hygiene products.

Organic Tampon -Group

Like other natural brands, Maxim brand products eliminated the use of chlorine bleaching, the most toxic of the standard manufacturing processes used by conventional brands. Unique to Maxim at the time, was the elimination of synthetic based materials, like rayon, viscose and wood pulp, in it’s sanitary pads, making Maxim the first brand of 100% Organic and Natural Cotton products to launch in the U.S. Synthetic based materials are a large source of irritation for a growing population of women with vaginal skin sensitivities. These materials are also synthesized using limited resources like petroleum. Our most important reason for using 100% Cotton is to the soothe the itchiness and rashes many women experience from using other synthetic based brands. Cotton is also a renewable plat based resource.

Here’s a little #TBT lovin’ of the homemade video we made on the memorable day five years ago when we hit the streets to educate women about the above:

Since then, we have thankfully seen a growing awareness for this very important topic. The seasoned ladies at Naturally Savvy who have been long time advocates of healthy and natural living, ran their first related campaign last year. They are now only 73 votes away from meeting their campaign goal of having 15,000 signatures for a petition they have addressed to the CEO of the largest feminine hygiene manufacturer in the world, asking him to fully disclose all the ingredients used in their tampons and pads.

Women’s Voices for the Earth, another powerful women-run organization targeting the elimination of toxins harming our health and environment, has joined the effort with their own petition and #DetoxTheBox campaign featuring this hysterical spoof video:

Most recently, our own local NY Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney, introduced an updated version of The Robin Danielson Act, which would require the National Institutes of Health to research whether menstrual care products that contain dioxin, synthetic fibers, and other chemical additives like chlorine and fragrances, pose a health risk.

From our own grassroots efforts, to the involvement of caring organizations like Naturally Savvy and Women’s Voices of the Earth, and straight up to the powers that be in government, we are proud to be part of a growing movement of fellow #FierceWomen who are willing to take a stand for vaginal health!

Join us in the movement by writing to your local Congressional Representatives and signing the petition for full tampon ingredient disclosure. Also, make sure let us know about any other related ideas or initiatives in support of vaginal health by commenting below!


If you’re searching for a lush, decadent and vibrant city, look no further than Portland, Oregon. Yes, “Portlandia” where locals will tell you the parody is not that far from the truth.


Composting at the Doubletree

Last week, I visited Portland for the first time…also my first encounter with the fresh air of the Northwest. The city is incredibly green in multitude of ways, from its bountiful local parks to bike culture. They also have a citywide composting program that’s so thorough that they have composting in hotels!


“Grande Dame” roses at the International Rose Test Garden

My first stop in the city was Washington Park to visit the International Rose Test Garden. One of Portland’s nicknames is the “City of Roses,” and although there’s no one clear origin to this name, you will notice roses growing plentifully in people’s gardens, rose murals painted on walls and businesses using the word “rose.” I’m a lover of city parks, particularly gardens, so I was in my element. The rose garden is literally breaktaking with rows and rows of roses in vivid pinks, corals, red, yellows, and purples. They also have curious names ranging from “Betty Boop” to “Desmond Tutu”, from “Heart Song” to “Voluptuous”, from “Remember Me” to “Strike It Rich.” It’s easy to spend hours reading the names, breathing in thescents and marveling at the colors. It’s also a great place to read, relax and certainly people watch. Admission is free and there’s restrooms and an adorable gift shop.


Koi fish at the Japanese Garden

A short walk from the rose garden is the Portland Japanese Garden which formally opened in 1967. In the 5.5 acre park, there are five gardens including the Strolling Pond Garden, Tea Garden, Natural Garden, Flat Garden, and Sand and Stone Garden. There is a lot of running water meant to symbolize the life-giving force, along with stone (the “bones” of the landscape) and plants (the “tapestry of the four seasons’). Even with the numerous tourists, there is still a feeling of zen and there are many nooks where one can meditate, journal or daydream. One of my favorite parts was the Zig Zag bridge from which you can get up close and personal to the many koi fish swimming towards the Heavenly Falls. Admission is $9.50 and the garden is open daily to visitors.


Multnomah Falls

Speaking of falls, no nature loving trip to Portland would be complete without a trip to Multnomah Falls, a 611-foot cascade located about 30 minutes outside of town in the Mt. Hood/Columbia River Gorge area. The photo above shows a view from the bottom and a quick walk will take you to the bridge in the photo for a closer look of the falls. For those who want to see spectacular views and see the origins of the falls, there’s a mile hike up the mountain on a paved trail. It gets chilly because of the altitude and the shade but you will work up a sweat because it is steep! Once you get to the top, there’s incredible views of Mt. Hood and a pond that you can wade in or just dip your toes in. Let it be known that even in July that water is cold! But it’s refreshing and invigorating if you like a little shock to the system and to frolic in nature.

Delicious assortment of aguas frescas at Porque No?

Delicious assortment of aguas frescas at Porque No?

After that hike, there’s so many incredible food options back in Portland! I only got to sample a few but I recommend B Street Coffee House in the southwest section because of their local ingredients and tasty gluten-free waffles. I can safely say I had the best chai ever there, complete with coconut milk. Step your game up Starbucks! I also tried a gluten-free waffle sandwich with egg, spinach, tomato, onion and cheddar. It was an excellent way to start my day and cure my jetlag! Another favorite was Porque No?, a taqueria with two locations and some of the best Mexican food you’ll have in the city. They also use local and hormone-free meats, seafood, produce and dairy, and are committed to sustainability in all facets of their business. They even use rice bran oil which is recycled to fuel their errand vehicle. Good for the earth and your belly!

Gorgeous mural honoring Portland's women history makers.

Gorgeous mural honoring Portland’s women history makers.

There’s so much to see, do and eat in Portland. There are so many city parks including Forest Park, over-the-top desserts at Voodoo Doughnuts and Salt and Straw’s farm-to-cone ice cream shop, bike lanes and bridges (the Tilikum Crossing, Portland’s only pedestrian and bike-only bridge will open soon!), and of course the famous Powell’s Books where you could get lost for a day. There’s also infinite murals and food trucks representing the city’s diverse communities. Portland is a thriving city tailor made for us Green Feminine Hygiene Queens!

Whether you’re hopping on a plane to an exotic destination or packing your trunk for the unique Soul Camp alternative style vacation we recommended in our last post,  we wanted to make sure to suit you up with some healthy and sustainable packing and airport travel tips for your summer travels!

Packing. You saved up all year to make this trip happen, now let’s get you equipped with some tips that will save you some space, time and money, all in great green queen style!

clear makeup bagTravel size items. We know, it’s so hard to find travel size versions of all the organic and natural products that you’re so committed to using on a daily basis and there is no reason why you should have to go traveling without them. We have a solution that will not only bring your hunt to an end but will also address all of the TSA’s requirements for carry on liquids! Pack your full size products in reusable containers like the assortment found in this cute clear travel makeup bag by Miamica. If you plan on taking your liquid essentials on board with you instead of checking them in with your baggage, this nifty item will also help you breeze through airport security lines because all the containers are packed in a clear bag and meet the 3.4 oz liquid maximum, as required by the TSA.

carry on bagBaggage. So now that you’ve got a sustainable carry on case for your organic personal care products, you’re going to need something to pack all your other clothes and items, including the sustainable swimsuit you might have purchased after reading our post on this Summer’s stylish picks.  This Eco Orbis style by Heys is a perfect fit for the eco-conscious traveler. It’s made with 100% recycled plastic and the fun purple color version makes it easy to spot at baggage claim!

If you need a stylish bag to take on board with you, kill two birds with one stone and make it a solar panel bag. This super classy piece by Noon Solar has a paper thin flexible solar panel with solar power storage battery built in to it! So for those old planes that don’t yet have electrical charging outlets built in to them, you’ll have your very own sustainable stash of renewable energy stored right in your chic looking bag!

water bottle

One of our favorite reusable water bottles to travel with because it’s easy to travel with (flat and foldable) and BPA free!

Reusable water bottle. We recommend never leaving home without it in general because plastic bottled water pollution is harmful, but you’ll especially want to have it when traveling because flying is super dehydrating! The cabin air on board is much drier than on the ground, leading to dehydration that could cause headaches, faintness and bad skin. Here’s a water drinking schedule that is sure to keep you hydrated through your travels – 1) Fill up your bottle before you leave the house and make sure to drink it before going through security, 2) Find a water fountain near your boarding gate and fill it back up before boarding, and #) ask the flight attendant to fill you up on one last round of filtered water (most planes have that option opposed to plastic bottles) midway through your flight.


Flying. Now that your bags are all packed, the exhausting prep for paradise is almost over. We’ve got a few more tips for the last leg of your preparations that will keep you feeling refreshed and ready to explore your exciting travel destination as soon as you land.

airport security scannerSecurity Scanner Radiation. Just another annoying barrier getting in the way of you and your vacation and quite possibly a carcinogenic one. As of June 2013, the TSA was to completely remove X-ray scanners from U.S. airports . Passengers felt the revealing images were an invasion of privacy and more importantly the ionizing radiation the scanners were emitting are known to be carcinogenic. Although the new AIT scanners’ millimeter waves are similar to the amounts of radiation  released by cell phones, they are said to be 1000 times better than the international limits and guidelines of exposure to radiation. Either way, have no fear, you still have the option to opt out of airport security scanners. You will then have to be willing to take a pat down though. As uncomfortable as that may be, it makes for a good start on our next tip.

airplane exercisesKeep your body moving. As fast as the airplane may be cruising, all that time in your seat isn’t allowing your blood to circulate enough, which can cause cramping and fatigue. So before you board, take a stroll through the airport hallways and shops instead of sitting impatiently by your gate or sipping on latte at the cafe. Once your on board, check out these great exercises to do from your airplane seat. You’ll have plenty of time to relax when you reach your destination and find yourself sprawled on a lounge chair at the beach.

sleeping on a planeSleep. Were you up all night packing or flying a red eye to give you an extra day of sightseeing? In that case, we understand if you want to skip the above tip and get some zzzz. Skip the prescription sleeping pills and try these natural alternatives that will lull you into a sleep that will make the shoulder of the passenger next to you feel as soft as the clouds look outside of your window. Start off by applying some lavender oil to calm your mind any stress you may be experiencing, sip on some chamomile tea to relax your body, and slip on an eye cover and some noise cancelling ear phones to block out any distractions. If you feel that’s not enough and prefer to pop a pill, try melatonin to supplement the natural hormone your body is already producing in order to assist with sleep.

Happy travels and let us know how these tips work out for you. Even better, comment here with your own tips and suggestions and you’ll win a free Maxim travel pack of cotton balls, rounds and swabs.

soul campAaaaah, we so love the glowing glory of the Summer season! School’s out, the kids are off to camp, vacations booked or maybe just taking a staycation; whatever the case may be for you this Summer, we encourage you to make some time for your soul and health before the winter months threaten the Vitamin D benefits provided by the natural healing euphoric elements of the Summer sun.

foundersThis month’s Maxim Hygiene’s Fierce Women of the Month, have created the ultimate setting for you to feed your soul with all the nostalgic essentials you may have experienced as a camper years ago or always dreamed of having as a kid, but could never afford. Michelle Goldblum and Ali Leipzig are co-founders of Soul Camp, adult sleepaway camp for the soul. Their soul sister type relationship budded years ago when they were little kids at sleepaway camp.

As adults, Michelle and Ali realized their poignant memories of camp had a life long impact on their experience of life in general, not only in the great friends they made but in the entrepreneurial successes they became and the spiritual soul seekers and inspirators they are. So they thought to themselves why can’t the fundamental principles of camp, “play, exploration, and untamed joy,” that fueled the ambitious expression of their own lives, continue to be offered to adults in combination with the spirit of the wellness revolution?

activitiesIn spending just a few minutes with these two fierce women, you’ll come to see how their bubbly personalities and caring sensibilities came to create the fun and meaningful camp itinerary for Soul Camp. With them, they bring a staff of internationally renowned yogis, health coaches, “joyologists,” astrologists and empowerment speakers that will overwhelmingly energetically illuminate the already beautiful star lit Poconos sky camp site.

We had the chance to interview these lovely ladies to  learn more about what makes them so “fierce” in their venture. Here’s what they had to say:

At Maxim Hygiene, we define a Fierce Woman as a “glorious female creature whose idea of beauty is hinged upon the idea that she can change the world with each choice, each moment and each breath of her life.” Who in your life is a Fierce Woman and why?

We are lucky to be surrounded by so many fierce women that it is incredibly hard to pick just one! To us, a fierce woman is one that knows that she has the power to bring about change, through love, not force. A woman that knows she was put on this planet to make it a better place than when she arrived. Our colleagues and friends are all so incredibly brave- moving past their personal fears, insecurities and stories to show other women that they can shine too.

How in the world did you come up with the amazing line up of “camp staff,” spiritual misfits, soul seekers and renowned yogis and health professionals that will be speaking and inspiring all the campers’ souls?

Great question! Ali and I came together and wrote out a list of all of the most incredible instructors, speakers, teachers and thought leaders we could think of. And every single person that we reached out to was a loud and excited YES! We think that all of these amazing staff members are just as excited as the campers to be at camp with one another!

Which part of Soul Camp are you most looking forward to?

We are so looking forward to walking around camp and watching as new friendships are born. Seeing people eat lunch together and share stories, watching as those women and men who came alone find “their people!” We are excited for the fear burning event at the bonfire, the all-camp talent show where campers and staff members will get to share their secret and amazing talents, watching as people exit the meditation yurt all zenned out, the disco with the amazing DJ Natasha Blank…there is so much we are looking forward to!

What does the concept of the “soul” mean to you?

To us, soul means the inner you that only knows joy. The you who is carefree, confident, and living in the moment. The guiding forces of your life.

If you could write a camp letter to your younger self, what would it say?

We would tell her to relax and enjoy. To find the people who she feels comfortable with. To try new things. To spend more time on the lake.

If there is one thing you want all your soul campers to leave with, what would it be?

A deeper connection with themselves and with their new friends. And practical tools to take the way they felt at Soul Camp into their daily lives.

We have a question wasn’t on our original list of interview questions, but after writing this post and reviewing the interview, we want to know – “Where can we sign up?!” Sign up here and let us know what you’re most looking forward to getting from your experience.

We would hate for you to head to Soul Camp without your most soulful organic and natural cotton tampons and pads, so anybody who signs up for Soul Camp after reading this post, will also get one free pack of any Maxim product of their choice. Email us at info@maximhy.com with your sign up confirmation to redeem your gift.


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