Plastic free moist tissues, certified flushable
- 100% paper
- Suitable for sensitive skin
- Organic & natural formula
- No Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), Parabens or Methylisothiazolinone (MIT)
- Fine to Flush certified by Water UK
- Marine friendly
Ingredients: 100% totally chlorine free paper
Aqua, Sodium chloride, Glycerin*, Levulinic acid, Potassium sorbate, Olus oil, Lauryl glucoside, Polyglyceryl-2-dipolyhydroxystearate, Sodium levulinate, Aloe barbadensis leaf water* (Aloe Vera), Sodium phytate, Dicaprylyl carbonate, Glyceryl oleate, Calendula officinalis flower extract* (Marigold), Citrus aurantium dulcis peel oil* (Sweet Orange), Citric acid, Sodium benzoate, Hamamelis virginiana leaf extract* (Witch Hazel), Limonene**
* organic ingredient ** naturally occurring in the essential oil
Packaging: recyclable BPA-free plastic
30 moist tissues per pack
What it’s all about
Natracare natural flushable moist tissues cleanse and refresh delicate skin. Made of 100% paper and an organic and natural formula. Each wipe contains soothing aloe vera and anti-bacterial witch hazel to help you feel extra clean.
What’s more, they are certified flushable! Natracare flushable moist tissues were vigorously tested by Water UK. They are guaranteed to break down safely after flushing and will not harm marine life.
Many wipes contain viscose and secret plastics and are falsely marketed as flushable! There are over 366,000 sewer blockages in the UK every year, and over 80% of them are avoidable. We don’t have to harm our planet using single-use plastic wipes.
We should only flush our 3 Ps – paper, pee and poo. Our moist tissues are made from only ecologically certified paper – no plastic in sight.
We’ve worked closely with Water UK to meet water industry standards for the first truly flushable wipe. Look for the fine to flush logo to know what you can safely flush.
Free from parabens, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), methylisothiazolinone (MIT), alcohol, and other synthetic fragrances or preservatives of concern.
Q: “Can you flush moist tissues?”
Safe to Flush moist tissues are made with just paper, unlike other many other ‘flushable’ wipes which can typically contain plastic or viscose. Natracare moist tissues have been thoroughly tested and approved flushable by Water UK. Both the formula and the tissue are designed to be completely sewer safe.
Look for the Fine to Flush logo to make sure the product you’re using is truly safe to flush.
Q: “Why is this flushable standard different?”
Water Industry Specification (WIS-4-02-06) for Fine to Flush is the only standard approved by Water UK and the water authorities in the UK for flushing! There’s no greater approval than by those who are keeping our drains and sewers clear of blockages.
There are other international flushable standards, but these have all been rejected by Water UK, and many other international water authorities. You can trust Fine to Flush!
Q: “Are safe to flush tissues okay for sensitive skin?”
Our gentle cleansing formula is designed specifically for use with sensitive skin. The moist tissues have been dermatologically and ophthalmologically tested on human volunteers.
Q: “How long will they take to break down?”
The moist tissues begin to break down in the sewer pipes just 20 minutes after flushing. And they will break down completely within 8 flushes (the average number of flushes a day in a household). The tissues are 100% biodegradable, compostable and safe to marine life.
Q: “Are they safe to flush in septic tanks?”
In theory, our Safe to Flush tissues are suitable for use in septic tank systems. It’s worth noting that the certification covers flushing in typical mains sewers. We recommend checking with your manufacturer before flushing the moist tissues as some pipes can be narrower. You can provide them with our testing method for Fine to Flush so they can compare it with your system.Fine to Flush testing methodology
Q: “Is the paper sustainable?”
Yes! We use paper from sustainably managed pine forests in our flushable moist tissues. The paper is FSC ecologically certified and bleached using the Totally Chlorine Free (TCF) method.
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