Nannocare is growing retail distribution of its NannoPad at a number of new stores nationwide this fall. The menstrual hygiene pads made with Nannogenic technology will now be available at popular college bookstores, supermarkets and drugstores.
In August, NannoPads became available at 50 Raley’s supermarkets in California and Nevada, 77 Big Y locations in Massachusetts and Connecticut, 120 Coborn’s stores in Minnesota and more than 4,000 drugstore locations such as Pharmabox and CVS Pharmacy. This fall, they will be available at 150 Barnes & Noble College stores.
The NannoPad is made with 100 percent OCS Certified Organic Cotton, biodegradable plastic wrapping and natural Nannogenic technology that uses Far Infrared Energy, which is said to help stimulate circulation in the blood vessels up to 1.5 inches under the skin around the pelvic region. By stimulating these vessels, NannoPad can help reduce menstrual discomfort and decrease the need for women to use painkillers during their periods.
“We could not be more thrilled to provide women with more convenient ways to access NannoPads than ever,” said Paul Van Kleef, CEO and founder of Los Angeles-based Nannocare. “By expanding our distribution to everyday retailers, we are finally able to bring a new kind of innovation in the feminine hygiene space to women’s everyday lives.”
Though Nannogenic technology is fairly new to American consumers, aspects of this technology have been widely practiced by Eastern medical practitioners for hundreds of years. All Nannocare products are produced by an accredited FDA-approved manufacturer and have been tested for safety and efficacy by certified labs.