Natural panty liners to wear with thongs and g-strings
- Certified organic cotton cover
- Plastic free
- GMO free ingredients
- No perfumes or dyes
- Totally Chlorine Free
- Biodegradable & compostable
- Made for sensitive skin
Ingredients: Certified organic cotton, ecologically certified cellulose pulp, plant starch, non-toxic glue
Packaging: Recycled cardboard
30 thong-shaped liners per pack
What it’s all about
Natural and organic panty liners especially for thongs and g-string underwear. Tanga liners are sleek and slim fitting, with wings for extraordinary everyday comfort.
Gynaecologist recommended and suitable for sensitive skin or those with allergies. Natracare helps reduce your exposure to synthetic materials and ingredients, including plastic, perfume and dyes often found in conventional products.
No matter where you are in the world, you can count on us for breathable daily protection. Make the switch today!
Q: “When should I use panty liners?”
Some people prefer to wear liners every day to protect their underwear from discharge. Panty liners also act as extra protection when using tampons or a menstrual cup. They can also be used at the very beginning or end of a period when your flow is very light.
Q: “How often should I change my panty liner?”
Panty liners keep your underwear fresh and absorb any discharge, so change them regularly. We recommend changing liners every 3-5 hours, but it really depends on what you’re using them for so change as needed!
Q: “Is it OK to wear a panty liner every day?”
Panty liners can be worn every day. They help protect your underwear from naturally acidic vaginal discharge, which starts to bleach the gusset of your underwear over time. Liners can also help you to feel fresh throughout the day.
If you wear a panty liner daily, Natracare is a good choice because they’re breathable and you’ll have organic cotton sitting next to your skin.
Q: “How to dispose of panty liners?”
Natracare panty liners are home compostable. This means that if you have a compost bin at home, you can dispose of them in there. They’re considered brown compost.
If you don’t have a compost bin at home, your pads can be disposed of in your regular bin using a biodegradable bin liner.
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