What is so stigmatising about the terms ‘sanitary products’ and ‘feminine hygiene’, and why do supermarkets still use them today?
Stuck tampons (which won’t be lodged in forever) are more common than you think. Find out how to remove your stuck tampon with these easy steps.
We wanted to see how much the average amount of periods we have varies across the globe, and if there’s a reason why. Here’s what we found!
On Black Friday 2019, we teamed up with SH:24 to spend the day donating plastic free period products to people without affordable access. We caught up with SH:24 to reflect on the campaign, here’s what they had to say.
We have campaigned for better periods for all, over the last 30 years of Natracare. This week, we’ve launched a new campaign, calling for supermarkets in the UK and North America to change the language they use when signposting to period products.
Free period products alone won’t solve period poverty. Challenges of sanitation, stigma, housing security, and more play a part too.
Your period might be as regular as clockwork, until something comes and throws it off. Here’s your period might become irregular and how to regulate it.
Without a doubt, puberty is a turbulent phase of life. But did you know that puberty can be affected by exposure to certain man-made chemicals?
This first period survival guide is for both young people and their parents or carers so no matter who you are, you can feel prepared for what’s to come.
We’ve compiled a list of the symptoms to look out for when you start your first period, so that you aren’t taken by complete surprise when it arrives!