Natracare Ultra Pads with Wings Super, 12 pads
Plastic-free and totally chlorine-free, they do not contain rayon, latex, chemical additives, fragrances or dyes. An ecologically certified absorbent cellulose core locks away menstrual fluid to keep you dry, and a soft organic cotton cover allows your skin to breathe. Many gynaecologists recommend Natracare for women with sensitive skin.
Did you know conventional sanitary pads are made up of 90% plastic materials?! This is why in 1989, we developed the world’s first range of natural menstrual hygiene products, and we have been perfecting them ever since. Take a look at our 3 different ranges of pads, all offering high quality protection which keeps your skin free from synthetic materials and unwanted chemicals.
Our slimline Ultra Pads are discreet, comfortable and reliable. They have wings to help them fit securely, and are individually wrapped in biodegradable purse packs for convenience.
- Soft certified organic cotton cover
- Absorbent cellulose core to keep you dry
- Waterproof plant-based back
- No plastic
- No perfumes or dyes
- Totally chlorine free
- Biodegradable & compostable
Pad: Certified organic cotton, ecologically-certified cellulose pulp, corn starch, non-toxic glue.
Wrapper: Compostable cellulose, compostable starch film.
Plastics pollute the environment and can irritate the skin. We use over 99% biodegradable and compostable plant cellulose instead of super absorbent polymers.
Totally Chlorine Free
Chlorine bleaching creates a carcinogenic by-product called dioxin. We don’t want even a trace left in our products, so we always use oxygen to purify and whiten our organic cotton.
Biodegradable and Compostable
Every year, over 45 billion sanitary pads are disposed of! Most are full of synthetic materials such as plastic that do not break down in the earth for hundreds of years. So, we ensure Natracare products are between 95% and 100% biodegradable and compostable.
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