Our products are our mission. Natural, 100% organic ingredients that put safety first. Conscious on people and planet.
We craft natural menstrual products with a greater truth. We’re committed to women’s health, the environment, and tackling period poverty. Our mission is to challenge the status quo of the ‘feminine hygiene’ industry in its current state. We’re the antidote to big unscrupulous brands churning a profit at the expense of quality and ethics. We champion innovative and sustainable production models and we’re driven by transparency and authenticity.
The Grace & Green Story
We first hatched in the UK in 2014. After years of research and product development, we’re proud to bring you our first Essentials Collection – intelligently engineered hygiene made using 100% certified organic cotton. Our first collection offers safe, healthy, effective and all-natural period products that you will love and trust, without compromising the world in which we live.
Grace & Green was established around four commitments.
Crafted with natural and sustainable ingredients that give back. We’re driven by a passion for innovation and doing the right thing. Our product ethos has always been to provide women with the most high-performing and effective natural feminine hygiene products, without costing the earth.
That's why our organic product collection has been brought to life in a range that is naturally innovative and performance-based – a collection of intelligently crafted, non-toxic, cruelty-free tampons, period pads and liners.
Even for the most knowledgeable of consumers, deciphering labels and navigating your way through the chemical soup that is the consumer products industry can leave you a little exasperated. After all, few of us have the time to study every purchase we make.
We are inspired by the bold new ways humankind can create, collaborate and innovate through a deeper understanding of our natural surroundings. Once your eyes are open to the damage being done to this world by irresponsible practices, you can’t just close them.
Supporting dignity and hygiene where it's needed most. Menstruation is inarguably a natural part of a woman’s health cycle, but for those who are vulnerable, or who live in underserved areas, it’s their most dreaded time of the month– and is severely linked to poverty.