We demanda change!

We believe ‘eco-friendly’ products should be available for all. And we’re not alone.

We’re partnering with like-minded organisations to drive change

We’re changing the nappy cycle

Every day, 8 million disposable nappies are thrown away in the UK – each one taking up to 500 years to biodegrade. It’s a cycle that that needs to stop.

That’s why we’re the only nappy brand to partner with NappiCycle, the complete nappy recycling service. Together, we’re working to keep nappies out of landfill and turn them into everything from housing materials, to notice boards for schools and nurseries.

Find out how

Thank you NHS

Babies aren’t (normally) born without the help of dedicated midwives and medical staff.

As a thank you for the amazing work they do with families, and in general, we are offering all NHS staff the chance to try Pura’s eco-awesome products at special rates. All NHS staff can buy the discounted Pura range via the NHS Staff Benefits website.

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B means better business

Pura is now a certified B Corporation! This means we’ve been officially acknowledged for meeting the highest standards of social and environmental impact. In simple terms, we’ve been recognised as a brand using business as a force for good!


Wiping out hygiene poverty

We are proud to support The Hygiene Bank, a grassroots charity helping families who live in poverty and cannot afford the basic products necessary to keep themselves clean. Pura is donating our plastic-free baby wipes to this worthy charity because we believe that nappy changing essentials should never, ever, be a luxury.

Each member of the Pura team will also spend a day volunteering in one of The Hygiene Bank centres in 2021. It’s something we can’t wait to do! Like the charity, we’re serious about inspiring change and building a brighter, cleaner future. Now. 

Listen up parents!

More than 40 adorable babies are featured in Pura’s playful educational campaign. Our mission, and theirs, is to spread the word to parents about harmful plastic in wipes, and to empower mums and dads to make better choices for their babies - and the planet they’ll inherit.