Natracare Organic Cotton Ultra Pads - Regular with Wings - Pack of 14
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Natracare Organic Cotton Ultra Pads are perfect for light flow days or at the end of your period. Ultra-absorbent and thin, these regular pads are plastic free and compostable, making them an eco-friendly choice. Natracare never uses bleach in its products, and you won’t find any perfumes or dyes that you’d find in conventional period products. Wrapped in a recycled paper pocket, Natracare Ultra Pads are easy to carry around when you’re out and about.
Free from chlorine, dioxin bleach, plastics, latex, petroleum derivatives, phthalates, super absorbent gels, GMOs, perfumes and dyes.
Made from certified organic cotton, Ecologically certified cellulose pulp, plant starch and Non-toxic glue.
Pack of 14 regular pads with wings.
Packaged in a recyclable cardboard box
Made in Sweden
Do not flush
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fine really, very different to a normal un-natural brand but still done the job as well
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Recommend it. Soft, comfortable, and a good range to choose from.
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Natracare was launched by Susie Hewson in 1989, creating the world's first period products designed to protect the health of people who menstruate and the environment. Natracare award winning organic pads, liners, tampons and wipes are made with natural materials, free from plastics, perfumes and chlorine to ensure there are no harsh, irritating ingredients or materials next to your skin.
Natracare don't stop at revolutionising period care, they've taken to campaigning for real change too. Their recent #RenameDontShame campaign aims to put pressure on supermarkets to stop referring to period products as 'sanitary products' or 'feminine hygiene products' as these terms suggest there is something unsanitary or unhygienic about having periods. To find out more and sign the petition follow this link.
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