Natracare - Organic Cotton Ultra Extra Pads With Wings Multiple OptionsBrand - Natracare
See your period through the eco way with Natracare’s Organic Cotton Ultra Extra Pads. Free from plastic, chlorine and perfumes. Biodegradable and compostable.
- Individually wrapped sanitary pads with wings
- Biodegradable and compostable
If you’re tired of period products that are full of plastic and chemicals, switch to Natracare.
Committed to creating sustainable and clean products for your period since 1989, Natracare’s Pads are completely free from plastic, chlorine, perfumes, dyes and animal cruelty.
Not only that, but they’re also biodegradable and compostable, meaning there’s one less thing to worry about at your time of the month!
Made with a mix of certified organic cotton, plant starch and ecologically certified cellulose pulp, these Pads are gentle on sensitive skin.
Conveniently individually wrapped, they’re ideal to keep in your bag for whenever you might need them.
Natracare - Organic Cotton Ultra Extra Pads With Wings Regular
Free from plastic, chlorine and dyes, Natracare Organic Cotton Ultra Extra Pads With Wings Regular are suitable for light or medium menstrual flows.
Natracare - Organic Cotton Ultra Extra Pads With Wings Super
Great for medium or heavy menstrual flows, Natracare Organic Cotton Ultra Extra Pads With Wings Super contain no chlorine or dyes and are plastic-free.
Natracare - Organic Cotton Ultra Extra Pads With Wings Long
Natracare Organic Cotton Ultra Pads With Wings Long are suitable for heavy menstrual flows or overnight and are free from chlorine, dyes and plastic.
Pad: Certified organic cotton, ecologically certified cellulose pulp, plant starch.
Glue: BPA free, medical grade polymer.
Wrapper: Plant-starch. Packaging: Recycled cardboard.
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s the glue made of in Natracare’s Pads?
The sticky stuff on Natracare’s Pads is made from a medical-grade BPA-free polymer.
Can you compost Natracare’s Organic Cotton Ultra Extra Pads at home?
Yes. All Natracare Pads are compostable to European standard EN 13432. You can put them in your home compost and they should take around 18-24 months to fully break down. However, it is strongly recommended to only use this compost for growing plants rather than food you will eat.