Combining our skills of fashion and technology we wanted to create the perfect period panty by combing the earth for the most high tech fabrics like super absorbant fabrics that also fight bacteria and odours and Lenzing MicroModal fabric that is gentle to the planet and as soft as nylon making a luxurious feeling panty.
Ruby is our CEO and Co-Founder of WUKA Wear. She is a passionate environmental scientist who combines her scientific knowledge and passion for lean startup methodology to solve the problems that surround disposable menstrual products. You can read more about what inspired Ruby to create WUKA Wear here.
Dave is the CPO and Co-Founder of WUKA Wear. He has 20 years of experience in product development across hardware engineering and manufacturing to leading large software teams delivering customer experiences to millions of people.
Our team is from all over the world, covering marketing, manufacturing and design!
Hi-resolution model photos here. To be used with attribution '© WUKA ltd. 2017'
WUKA Period Wear means you can have ultra-hygienic and luxuriously comfortable periods. Our Period Wear combines a hi-tech absorbent layer with anti bacterial properties with eco-friendly fabrics that are incredibly soft to the touch, kind to the environment and comfortable to wear.
💧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
♥️ Ultra Hygienic – Anti bacterial fabric fights bacteria and odours
🚿Machine washable – Most reusable products need to hand washed but let’s face it, hand washing can be gross. Air dry, in a warm room or in the sun - it can take time.
🌳 Eco friendly – Micro Modal high tech fabric. We're also designed in the UK 🇬🇧 and manufactured to the highest standards.
🙋🏻 Comfortable – Super soft and body hugging with plenty of coverage for reassurance. Panties also allow a woman to free-flow avoiding the internal drying and health risks of tampons
🗑 Less Waste – Reusable panties, it’s in the name, no more bins full of menstrual products