Riley
Riley
Riley
Riley
Good for your vagina. We only use 100% certified organic cotton.
Good for our planet. Compostable, so you're creating less waste.
Good for others. Join our fight against period poverty.
Good for your vagina. We only use 100% certified organic cotton.
Good for our planet. Compostable, so you're creating less waste.
Good for others. Join our fight against period poverty.

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Our customers love us

"Fantastic service, absolutely love the products and such quick delivery!"

Jennie, Ireland

"Great products, very easy to use. The cotton is super soft. 5 stars"

Julie, UK

"Beautiful packaging! Quick delivery, affordable and kind to our planet"

Sazzy, Ireland

Life of Riley Blog

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Want to own a slice of our business? We're crowdfunding!

Want to own a slice of our business? We're crowdfunding!

Remember, when investing your capital is at risk.  We launched Riley five months ago and we’ve got BIG plans! You,...

How Riley is fighting period poverty in Kenya

How Riley is fighting period poverty in Kenya

It’s 2021. And yet period poverty is still a massive problem both at home and abroad. It’s time we talk about it.
Eco Friendly Female Sanitary Product

Why switch to eco-friendly period products?

Did you know the average female uses 11,000 disposable period products in her lifetime, equal to 5,500 plastic bags?
Want to own a slice of our business? We're crowdfunding!

Want to own a slice of our business? We're crowdfunding!

Remember, when investing your capital is at risk.  We launched Riley five months ago and we’ve got BIG plans! You,...

How Riley is fighting period poverty in Kenya

How Riley is fighting period poverty in Kenya

It’s 2021. And yet period poverty is still a massive problem both at home and abroad. It’s time we talk about it.
Eco Friendly Female Sanitary Product

Why switch to eco-friendly period products?

Did you know the average female uses 11,000 disposable period products in her lifetime, equal to 5,500 plastic bags?