female resilience beyond measure. Vegan, antibacterial and funky C-section knickers
Dandelion Weatherstone Ltd

About Us

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The founder

Hi there I'm Ash (short for Natasha, but apparently that's the nickname for a hooker in Cyprus!) and I'm the Irish-Anglo founder of Dandelion Weatherstone Ltd. I’m also a size 20 single mum, a massive swimming enthusiast (hoping to do a 6 -mile open water swim for charity in 2022), a greyhound adopter and a self-confessed addict to buying junk on eBay!

After seven days in labour with my half-Indian daughter in 2012, I was rushed into theatre for an emergency C-section owing to diabetic complications. Sage’s heart had stopped, and I delivered her under general anaesthetic.

The story

Grab a cuppa, move the dog off the sofa, and get ready to hear Ash's emotive interview for yourself

https://2summitup-pay-it-forward.simplecast.com/episodes/pay-it-forward-with-natasha-dawn-ni-leighn

I’m sharing with you this story because that day the seed of Dandelion Weatherstone was sown - I knew that I passionately wanted to not only financially help the neonatal team that saved my daughter’s life, but also provide funky antibacterial knickers that could be delivered the next day for my fellow heroine sisters – from-different-misters.  There was literally nothing fit for purpose out there, and I needed suitable underwear to aid my healing and reduce the pain.

The beginning of Dandelion Weatherstone

The ethics

Ethics are at the core of Dandelion Weatherstone, as much as they are in my personal home. My lawyer delivered a 63-page anti-slavery contract to my Chinese factory, which also ensured that all processes and ingredients were vegan. I even made sure that my web designer and accountant were not associated with anything or anyone unethical. Also my packaging is 100% biodegradable.

Animal welfare, factory workers' conditions, the mental health of those I use services of,  and the future of Mother Earth are as important to me as the super skilled midwifery team that got me through my labour. If you think I can change a process to become more ethical then I would love to hear from you.



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