Thick long sanitary pads without wings, made with organic and natural materials
Natural and absorbent pads for medium or heavy menstrual flow.
- Certified organic cotton cover
- Plastic free
- GMO free ingredients
- No perfumes or dyes
- Totally Chlorine Free
- Biodegradable & compostable
- Suitable for sensitive skin
Maxi Pad: Certified organic cotton, ecologically certified cellulose pulp, plant starch, non-toxic glue
Packaging: Industrially compostable plant-based bag
12 pads per pack
What it’s all about
Natracare traditional style maxi pads have a new and improved design! Made from natural materials our maxi pads help you feel comfortably protected.
Super maxi pads come individually wrapped so they’re easy to carry around when you’re out and about. The super absorbency pads without wings are suitable for medium to heavy periods.
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 period products.
No matter where you are in the world, you can count on us for plastic free period products. Make the switch today!
Q: “Why use wood pulp inside of the pads?”
We never use chemically processed pulp (such as rayon aka viscose) or synthetic materials in our pads. Instead, we use fluffed wood pulp in the absorbent core of our pads. Our pulp is sustainably sourced from fast growing, Scandinavian pine trees – which is very absorbent! We mechanically process the wood to make it soft and fluffy – this fibre structure is more absorbent than using cotton alone. Pulp is natural, renewable, and more sustainable alternative than the use of superabsorbent polymers (SAPs) found in most conventional pads.
The cover is made from certified organic cotton, and this sits next to the skin, acting as a soft cover to wick away leaks.
Q: “How to dispose of maxi pads?”
Natracare maxi pads 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, and we recommend breaking up the pad using scissors before adding to your compost.
If you don’t have a compost bin at home, your pads can be disposed of in your regular bin using, ideally, a biodegradable bin liner.
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