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A huge thank you "Period Pants for frontline NHS"

A huge thank you "Period Pants for frontline NHS"

In March, we were reached out by doctors, nurses and other staff asking for more support as part of the emergency fresh ups and fuel-up kits going out to NHS staff. We acted very quickly and made new design period pants just for the frontline workers. It paid off. We gave away more than 400-period pants to key workers, frontline NHS, charities and everyone in need. 

Celebrating Menstrual Health Week 2020- #Periodsinpandemic

Celebrating Menstrual Health Week 2020- #Periodsinpandemic

Our Red Wave Talks- Part 2 is back with louder and prouder as we are once again joined by some amazing speakers from all sectors of period health t...

Period Pants for Frontline NHS Workers

Period Pants for Frontline NHS Workers

We are raising money to ensure our frontline NHS staff get much needed menstrual products so they don't have to worry about basic supplies.       ...

40 Green Christmas Gift Ideas For 2019 🎄

40 Green Christmas Gift Ideas For 2019 🎄

It’s that time of year again when we’re thinking about Christmas pressie ideas for our loved ones. We all want to give the perfect gift, something that will be wanted, loved, and used. What’s even better is when our presents have a positive impact on the world around us. 

We Bleed. Period. “Let’s not be afraid of who we are” – a story of periods in Nepal.

We Bleed. Period. “Let’s not be afraid of who we are” – a story of periods in Nepal.

Most commercial sanitary pads are also made with single-use plastics, which will not decompose, and will create an even bigger plastic waste problem. While Ruby is convinced that using WUKA will always be more cost-effective in the long-term, and make an enormous impact on plastic waste reduction, it is understandable that short-term cost is a big issue in the country.

Happy Birthday To Us

 Happy Birthday to Us! 🎊🍾 We're having a party to celebrate our 1st Anniversary - and you are invited! The celebration event marks our first yea...

Three Reasons to Celebrate Menarche (first period), Menstruation and Menopause

Three Reasons to Celebrate Menarche (first period), Menstruation and Menopause

We have Melonie this month talking about celebration! Melonie is celebrating the “Day of the Girl” month by talking about why every single one of us should celebrate menstruation - from "menarche to menopause”.

How we hit our 1 million milestone

How we hit our 1 million milestone

🚀A huge thank you to every one of our customers. Together, we have prevented more than 1Million disposable tampons and pads from going to landfill....

International Day of the Girl Child

International Day of the Girl Child

International Day of the Girl Child Today 11th October is International Day of the Girl Child. To celebrate our stand with girls everywhere we are...

7 debunked myths about periods that still exist

7 debunked myths about periods that still exist

A period is not like the tide of an ocean. Our friends over at period tracking app Clue analysed 7.5 million menstrual cycles and found that scientifically, there is no relation. We can start periods any day of the lunar cycle. While there’s some interesting history about menstruation and the moon, they’re not connected.

Read more to find out more period myths that are so NOT TRUE but people still believe it is.

🚀WUKA's 1st Brand Ambassador 👧🏽

🚀WUKA's 1st Brand Ambassador 👧🏽

Maybe you’ve seen her appearances on ITV’s Lorraine or Loose Women or watched her as This Morning’s Fertility Expert. Maybe you’ve read her work as...

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.