What does being a 1% for the Planet member actually mean for us, the planet, and you? Read on to find out.
Read this to discover the different types of nursing pads available and which ones might work best for you!
An area of concern for many of the people SARSAS supports is urinary incontinence. But are incontinence and sexual assault linked?
Welcoming your baby’s arrival can be a wonderful and joyous time, but it can also be overwhelming and full of questions – like “Are breast leaks normal?”.
After birth, it’s likely that your breasts might leak milk. Enter nursing pads! Read on to find out what they are and when you’ll need them.
Latchkey incontinence describes the overwhelming feeling of needing to pee as soon as you get home, and is linked to urge incontinence.
Natracare’s Safe to Flush moist tissues pass the IWSFG standard for flushability. Proving the tissues do not contain plastic or are likely to cause damage to waste water services.
Embarrassment associated with bladder leaks means many people use euphemisms to talk about LUI. It’s time to ditch the euphemisms for good!
Our panty liners and incontinence pads are both made with organic cotton and ecologically certified cellulose pulp. So, what sets them apart?
We hosted some focus groups and a survey on the topic of light bladder leaks. Here are some of our key findings!