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Designed for the menstruating body

🙋🏻 Super soft and body hugging with plenty of coverage for reassurance. WUKA allows you free-flow avoiding the internal drying and health risks of tampons. 

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Eco-friendly fabrics

🍃 Made from luxury fabrics derived from Beech tree fibres. Kind to the planet and your body. One WUKA replaces 100 tampons from polluting the planet.

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Designed in Britain

🇬🇧 We use ethical manufacturers so our workers get fair wages, working hours  and social benefits.

Leak free, even for even the heaviest period

We use a high tech absorbency layer that can absorb 200x its own weight in water and lock it in, it’s our secret sauce.

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Testimonials

I was however, pleasantly surprised - the fit was good the underwear felt very comfortable and not bulky at all.

Jenny

"My daughter has special needs and this time of the month is a bit of a pain but these solved all her problems. No leakage even in first couple days and night time. 

Susan

I liked wearing them at night, I preferred wearing them to wearing reusable sanitary towels at night.

Anon tester

Reviews

Road testing our pre-release WUKA

Bryony (Bree) Farmer took some time out to try our underwear and give us her unfiltered views. Check it out.

Blog posts

When is the right time to talk about Periods with children?

Talking first time about periods 🔴 to first time menstruators can be daunting😬, especially if you never had this conversation with your parents ...

Is there a link between Endometriosis and your Period?

Recently I have notice quite severe pain when I am on my period and guess what i did...of course googled 👀 it. That's when I came across Endometri...

👗 From Sari rags to Wuka Wear,  where our story begins 📖 

I was born and brought up in beautiful Nepal 🇳🇵 where, upon turning 12, I saw a different side to my culture. Nachune, the Nepali name for period literally translates as 👋🏼 'untouchable', which is what women are told they are when they start to bleed.