Natracare Said STOP!
Award winning Natracare organic and natural feminine hygiene products said “STOP what you’re doing” to the branded conventional feminine hygiene industry over 22 years ago and today they are the global brand leader.
Single-handedly, Susie Hewson, founder, owner and designer of Natracare products, was able to have a positive impact on women’s health and the environment by developing the full range of Natracare organic and natural tampons, pads, panty liners and wetwipes, all of which are recommended by gynaecologists, without losing focus on what really matters to women.
It’s how they always do things!
As a company and a brand, Natracare has remained true to its philosophy, producing personal care products with responsibility and in a measurable, sustainable and ethical way.
Natracare has taken great care in the way it uses and processes resources in the design and production of its products and been honest and upstanding in its resolve to make change happen.
They DESPISE Greenwashing…
They have consistently been open and honest, actively seeking independent investigation and accreditation of what they do and say. That’s why they continue to win International awards and it is why retailers and consumers TRUST Natracare.
and they loathe plastic…
So they don’t use it in Natracare products and believe that if people took notice of how toxic and polluting plastic is and how much (over 90%) was in other feminine hygiene products, it would never get a space on the shelves and therefore never end up choking turtles in the oceans!
Natracare “Go-ahead” keeps the feminine hygiene category innovative.
The future for Natracare is the further development and expansion of their product range.
Natracare is independently evaluated and accredited by such organisations as The Soil Association (organic); Nordic Ecolabel, EPD Lifecycle analysis (Environmental); Oxfam, The Ethical Company Organisation and The Vegetarian Society (Ethical); ISO 13485:2003 (Quality).
Their ethical credentials are of the highest integrity; they are committed to offering high quality organic and natural, sustainable solutions for feminine hygiene and continue to educate and support organisations and campaigners that assist women better their lives.
Extraction of oil, the devastation of logging and the discharge of chemical toxins into the environment, how conventional cotton farmers suffer illness attributed to the use of pesticides, is largely removed from the eyes and ears of consumers. In view of this effect, what Natracare achieves is totally positive.
To learn more visit their website www.natracare.com