#RenameDontShame campaign urges supermarkets to ditch the words ‘sanitary products’ and ‘feminine hygiene products’, and use terms such as ‘period products’ or ‘menstrual products’.
Period product company, Natracare, announces they will donate 1% of their annual turnover to organisations which exist to protect the environment – encouraging people to ‘Bleed 1% Better’.
New study finds that, on average, there is 36g of plastic in mainstream packs of period pads. The equivalent of 5 plastic carrier bags.
Natracare is launching Europe’s first truly flushable Moist Tissue wipe in response to a rise in fatbergs and growing concerns over plastic pollution collecting in sewers and oceans.
A new survey conducted by YouGov shows people feel too embarrassed to discuss incontinence with a health care professional.
Natracare celebrates its 30th year and reflects on changing attitudes towards periods over the years, and laying the groundwork for millions to have healthier periods.
New research by Greenpeace Laboratories finds tampon applicators sold as ‘plant-based plastic’ behave like conventional plastic and mislead consumers with greenwashing claims.
Natracare’s Organic Baby Wipes earned Environmental Working Group’s EWG VERIFIED™ certification, solidifying Natracare as a world leader in safe and sustainable personal care.
Natracare is thrilled to announce that the entire product range is now officially vegan approved by The Vegetarian Society of the UK.
Natracare Dry & Light incontinence pads now come in Slim and Plus sizes. The pads offer security whilst avoiding materials that can leave skin sore.