"...Revolutionised my period"


WUKA are taking Va-jay-jays underground to break period taboos


Overall, I was massively impressed with these – I had a slight concern that they might not actually work, but they smashed all my expectations.

Sian Thomas

My first impression in donning a small-size pair of WUKA underwear was how comfortable they were.

Kimberley Mok

"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 K

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


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

Anon tester

I wore them during my period and felt fine – yes after 26 years of doing it differently, it was a bit of a leap but we should leap sometimes.

Kate Holmes


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. 


Eco-friendly fabrics

🍃 Made from luxury fabrics derived from Beech tree fibres. Kind to the planet and your body. One WUKA replaces 100 tampons or pads from polluting the planet. Switch from menstrual cups to WUKA for simpler time of the month.


Designed in the UK

🇬🇧 We use ethical manufacturers so our workers get fair wages, working hours  and social benefits. Our super-absorbant fabric is also manufactured in the UK ensuring its of the highest quality. 

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.

Pre-order now!


How does WUKA replace pads and tampons?

Combining material science and design has produced the world's most eco-friendly and comfortable period underwear. Check out how it works in our video.

Made with luxury micro-modal fabric

Derived from Beech tree fibres, Micro-modal is a fabric with unparalleled comfort and eco-friendly to produce. It's also moisture wicking to keep you dry longer.

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🚀WUKA's 1st Brand Ambassador 👧🏽

🚀WUKA's 1st Brand Ambassador 👧🏽

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Plastic free Essentials #BacktoSchool

Plastic free Essentials #BacktoSchool

School supply shopping can be one of the best times of the year. There’s something about starting with new pens, fresh notepads, and shiny new folders that can make you feel productive and ready to face the new challenges ahead. But when you’re browsing the aisles of your local shop, you may notice that so many things are just made of plastic. From bags to water bottles to lunch boxes to pens, plastic is everywhere. And eventually, it may wind up in a landfill or in our oceans. That’s why we wanted to explore ways you can be plastic-free this school year.
Irregular periods: Why they happen and how to treat them.

Irregular periods: Why they happen and how to treat them.

Having a few irregular periods, like 2 or 3 in a year, are usually nothing to worry about. However, if it occurs more frequently, you should see your doctor to determine the causative factor. You want to be sure that it is not an ovulation disorder or a health condition. Whenever you have irregular periods, especially a missed period, the first thing you should do is to rule out pregnancy. Take a pregnancy test if you have had heterosexual intercourse in the past month. If the test comes out negative, then you should examine what other factors could be causing it. Examine your lifestyle, stress levels, and any recent weight gain or loss. Then talk to your doctor to discuss how best to get your menstrual cycle back on track.

Periods a-z

Period cramps

Period cramps

Cramps or pain that occur before your period are known as dysmenorrhoea. It is a common part of the menstrual cycle that is usually felt as muscle cramps in the lower part of your abdomen. These period pains are caused by contractions of the muscular wall of the uterus, also known as the womb. There are continuous contractions in the womb but they are usually so mild that most women don’t feel them. However, these contractions can happen more vigorously during your menstruation which allows the womb lining to shed away as part of your monthly period. These contractions can become so intense that it causes the womb to press against the blood vessels nearby, temporarily cutting off the oxygen flow and blood supply to the womb. This lack of oxygen in the womb is what causes cramping or pains as the womb tissues release chemicals which will trigger pain. While this is happening, the body also produces prostaglandins, the hormones that encourage the womb muscles to contract, causing increasing levels of pain.

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