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WUKA is your environmentally-friendly tampon and sanitary towel replacement. These sustainable period pants are available in a variety of flow options and styles and are completely reusable, meaning they are made with your body and the planet in mind. 

200,000 tonnes of disposable pads and tampons are sent to landfill every single year in the UK, each containing vast amounts of polluting, single-use plastic. One pair of WUKA Period Pants can save 200 single-use plastic-riddled disposables from polluting our ocean or going to landfill. Making the switch from disposable period products to reusables is an easy, convenient and super comfy way to be more environmentally-friendly in our everyday lives. Period pants also save you money in the long run. Designed for your menstruating body, WUKA period pants are super soft and body hugging with plenty of coverage for reassurance. They are available in light to heavy flow so you can get protection that works for you.  WUKA allows you free-flow avoiding the internal drying and health risks of tampons, and potentially embarrassing sanitary towel slips. They are ideal period pants for teens because they are just like wearing regular pants. WUKA can also be used for postpartum discharge, endometriosis flow and bladder leaks. During your period, comfort is really important so WUKA period pants come in a range of styles  - bikini brief, midi brief, basics hipster and ultimate high waisted. They can be washed like regular underwear. WUKA regularly donates Period Pants to schools and nurses to deliver up-to-date information about periods and their social and environmental impact. They donate to City To Sea’s Rethink Periods Project, which is a teacher training programme for KS2 and KS3 PSHE teachers, providing materials for lessons in the UK. They also donate to WEN as part of a period product demonstration programme. WEN raises awareness of hidden plastic and chemicals in conventional period products and promotes reusable and organic alternatives. WUKA's ethics are aligned with that of &Keep founders, Natasha and John, who believe that education is key to helping people make more informed choices about their impact on our planet.