The SIRONA Hygiene Pod provides students 24x7 access to many category-first feminine hygiene and wellness products, at just a tap.
Stanza Living, India’s leading student accommodation provider and SIRONA, a social start-up focused on providing feminine hygiene and wellness solutions for women on the move, have joined hands to launch SIRONA Hygiene Pod, India’s first digital vending machine for feminine hygiene products.
Piloted in Stanza Living residences, the SIRONA Hygiene Pod provides students 24x7 access to many category-first feminine hygiene and wellness products, at just a tap. Stanza Living residents can access a comprehensive range of products including feminine washes, Sirona Menstrual cups, PeeBuddy (India’s first female urination device), Intimate Wet Wipes, Tampons, Sirona Herbal Period Pain Relief Patches, Sanitary Disposal Bags, Panty Liners etc to address their sanitary and menstrual needs.
Anindya Dutta and Sandeep Dalmia, Co-founders, Stanza Living, said, “The partnership with Sirona: PeeBuddy is targeted at a specific concern, ensuring that our female residents can have round-the-clock access to healthy and enabling products under one roof. We are excited to partner with a brand like Sirona: PeeBuddy that has pioneered some of the leading feminine hygiene and wellness solutions, uniting in our efforts to provide relevant brand experience to our consumers.”
Deep Bajaj, Founder, PeeBuddy & Sirona Modern Menstrual Hygiene Products, said, “As a start-up, our life revolves around identifying and solving those Intimate &Menstrual issues for women which are not openly discussed. We started with Dirty Toilets with PeeBuddy & went on to introduce many category-first products under SIRONA which have been well appreciated by customers. ‘Sirona Hygiene Pods’ are a step towards disrupting the distribution hassles faced by women by brings products closer to them, with round the clock access. We loved the ideology of Stanza Living and the importance they give to many such needs for their residents and decided to launch the first ever pod with them.”