Period products should be given out free-of-charge in school and they should be plastic-free too. We owe this to our children and the planet.
From her experience with incontinence to her Edinburgh Fringe show, discover Elaine Miller, the pelvic floor physiotherapist, comedian and expert!
Here’s a list of surprising items that contain hidden plastics with a few alternative options to switch to in your daily life!
This Plastic Free July, we are taking this week to focus on plastic free shopping and zero waste products. Check out our blog to learn more!
Did you know that 10% of women worldwide have endometriosis? It’s time to beat the stigma and get clued up on this common condition.
Welcome to Plastic Free July! We are super excited to start this plastic free journey with you. This week are exploring the basics behind going plastic free; refuse, reduce, reuse.
We’ve decided to donate 1% of our annual turnover to environmental charities and organisations through 1% for the Planet – encouraging people to ‘Bleed 1% Better’. We’re excited to announce that we’re the world’s first menstrual product company to become a member of the global initiative!
Whether you’re travelling to a nearby campsite or you’re off on a longer journey, our top tips will help to make travelling with incontinence a breeze.
The fast fashion industry is one of the most polluting industries in the world. So, what can we do to reduce your impact on the environment and make your wardrobe more sustainable?
A new study shows a pack of conventional period pads contains the equivalent amount of plastic as 5 carrier bags. The Natracare team conducted some research and found shocking amounts of plastic in conventional pads, across 3 mainstream brands.