At Naturella, we understand that you want to know what is in the products, you use every day. That’s why we are committed to providing you with the information you need, to choose the product that is right for you.
Our Naturella pads are made from materials, designed to provide great comfort and protection. Please see below for an explanation of our products’ composition and the purpose that each component plays.
Please check detailed composition information for each variant in the below chart:
Do you have questions? Please have a look to our Q&A below or send us a message to this link
Yes, our pads can be used safely. Since its launch, NATURELLA focus has been caring for your skin, and that begins with your safety.
No, our pads should not cause irritation to the skin. All our products go through rigorous safety assessments to ensure they are safe for use.
Your safety is at the centre of everything we do, so our scented products are safe for use. We select materials, including the fragrance in our scented products, which are not irritating and do not cause itching when used in a pad. Additionally, the fragrance used in our pads and liners meet the strict safety standards set by the International Fragrance Association, the world’s leading authority on fragrance safety. We recommend our unscented pads, Naturella Cotton Protection, for women who prefer fragrance-free products or who may already have allergies or sensitivities to fragrances.
Our products meet rigorous safety and effectiveness standards, regardless of what they are made from. Every women and flow is different and so we believe in providing a choice of product.
Cotton Protection offers Naturella trusted comfort and protection combined with simple ingredients that are free of dyes and fragrances.
No, our materials are purified using an elemental chlorine-free purification process.
Our suppliers use an elemental chlorine-free process to purify the cellulose fibers used in our products. Purification eliminates natural impurities and cleans the fibers to make them ready for production. Whitening the fibers is a result of this process, but not its goal.
No, the fiber purification involves an elemental chlorine-free process which does not cause the production of dioxin. Before the 1990s, elemental chlorine was used in one step of the purification process. This method is no longer used because trace amount of pollutants, like dioxins, were formed. Today, pulp and cotton are purified using an elemental chlorine free process or totally chlorine free process, and neither process forms dioxins.
No, we do not. Pigments that are used in some of our pads have been rigorously assessed by scientists, health care providers and authoritative bodies to assure they can be used safely.
Rest assured, our science-based assessment process works to ensure the safety of the women who use our products. Only the products and the materials that meet science-based safety standards can go to market. Further, we share our assessments with scientists, health care providers and authoritative bodies to assure that our products can be used safely. For more information about our safety process, check out this website: