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Launching New Product- Eco Tampons!

We are thrilled to be launching our Eco Tampon range with two different sizes and absorption. Regular & Super Flow. Shop the range at Amazon uk GOTS Certified 100% ORGANIC COTTON Our products are free of toxic materials, pesticides or fertilizers. It is soft &...

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Plastic Free April 2021 Challenge

Plastic free April 2021 challenge is a month long focus, to keep plastic out of our daily habits Download form to sign up April 2021: To mark the 1st year of Plastic Free April 2021 challenge, encouraging people to say no to flushing non flushables, in an effort to...

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Take the Bare Face Challenge with us

Join us on social media this whole month of March to celebrate womanhood. We have partnered with Flawless Beauty and Miss England to jointly host this #bareface challenge where Miss England contestants are encouraging anyone to post a make up free picture of themself...

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Featured to normalise beauty with Miss England

This International Women's Day we partnered with Miss England Team &  Flawless Beauty make up studio, to challenge all contestants and their followers to go make up free & post natural pictures of themselves on social media. Click on the link below to reasd...

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Our new Period Partner

Plastfree is eager to support homeless in London and set to support ending period poverty wherever possible. We have partnered with The People project & Kate Shelley to support her vision to stand beside those in need. The People Project The People Project was...

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New Product Coming Soon!

We are thrilled to be intoducing the new tampons to you very soon. The Regular Tampons soak 6g-9g & Super Tampons soak 9-12g of blood. Plastfree cardboard applicators are made from cardboard, in a compact form. Plastfree tampons have an additional nonwoven layer...

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Plastfree supports pandemic survivors !

Women in need supported by various charities have been supported by corporates and small businesses like us. Plastfree has regularly contributed free period supplies to charities in UK like People Project, My Menses, Sutton Women's Centre, Your Smalls Appeal and...

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Plastfree is now an Endometriosis Friendly Employer!

Around 1.5 million women in the UK are currently living with the condition. Endometriosis can affect all women and girls of a childbearing age, regardless of race or ethnicity. The impact can also be felt for life. That's why at Plastfree workplace, we support...

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Sign the Plastfree petition started in 2018!

Anushka started a petition in 2018. Sign the petition to gain more momentum. 381 signatures so far! Plastic pollution is spreading like cancer and we are doing very little to prevent it. There are solutions available but few are brave enough to adopt it. The...

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Plastfree presents at the Youth climate Summit 2020

Naomi working in the Marketing department of Lanes Group which is the largest drainage company in the UK says,' After working there for a year or so it was becoming more and more apparent of the increasing number of pollutants our engineers were facing day in, day...

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Competition time!

Join in the mailing list of The Vegetarian Society to win vegan approved product for your next period. Just answer the simple question and enter the competition to win your hamper! VegsocApproved.com @vegsocapproved Tomorrow's newsletter competition comes from...

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Heavy periods or Menorrhagia

Heavy menstrual bleeding, also called menorrhagia, affects 1 in every 5 women between the ages of 35 and 55 and has an enormous impact on their physical and emotional wellbeing. Think for example about the practical problems, such as having to change menstrual...

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Plastfree supports period poverty globally

10 October 2020 - #periodactionday Plastfree collaborated with PERIOD  - A global, youth-powered non-profit that is fighting to end period poverty and period stigma through service, education, and advocacy. On 10 October this year, we donated to 4 different...

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