Natracare partners with Against Breast Cancer to raise money to fund research for Cancer Awareness month with special packs of curved liners.
We’re proud to support the World Reimagined – an art project with a mission to educate and explore the history and future of the Transatlantic Trade of Enslaved Africans.
Environmentally conscious brand Natracare’s Moist Tissues pass the new International Water Services Flushability Group (IWSFG) Standard.
A single tampon can shed up to 9.4 billion nanoplastic fibres, a study shines the light on the need for regulation around plastic in tampons.
Natracare has doubled the solar panels at their offices with support from the West of England Combined Authority and the European Regional Development Fund.
A new collaborative research project, Period NonScents, between Natracare and Wen, reveal the harmful impact of hidden ingredients in perfumed period products.
The Rename Dont Shame campaign one year on has inspired UK retailers to start using inclusive terms. The petition urges supermarkets to stop calling period products ‘feminine hygiene’.
The new Single Use Plastic Directive means disposable period products in the EU to have to display “Plastic in Product” logos, even those containing no oil-based plastics at all.
YouGov study reveals a stark knowledge gap around bladder weakness – one in three women experience incontinence at some point in their life at any age, yet wrongly assume only elderly women affected.
With Menstrual Hygiene Day around the corner, Natracare wants to reform the narrative around ‘menstrual hygiene’ – and call on others to do the same by using ‘menstrual health’ instead.