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April 2021: Celebrating Our Sustainability Partners

In honor of Earth Month,

We are proud to celebrate the many partners we work with to further our sustainability mission. From going carbon-neutral to building guidelines and certifications, we value all the ways these organizations connect us, inspire us, and push us to be stronger advocates for the planet and each other.

Improving Women's Lives While Taking Care of the Planet

Social responsibility and environmental stewardship are at the forefront of our business practices. We won the PETA Compassionate Company Award for our work in helping change the FDA animal testing requirements for personal lubricants. We are the only feminine hygiene and intimacy product company using green plastics made of recyclable sugar cane. And, we are a registered B-Corporation, meaning we align our people and our planet with our business practices.

In 2018, Almost Naked®, we worked with Carbon Credit Capital to became the first carbon-neutral personal lubricant. For every bottle of Almost Naked purchased, we will donate to a project that reduces greenhouse gases by an amount equivalent to that bottle’s carbon footprint.

But we wouldn’t be where we are today without our many partners in the women’s health and wellness, environmental advocacy, green business, and sustainability sectors. We thank them for their allyship and continued support.

Our Featured Partners

  • Carbon Credit Capital
  • B-Corporation
  • Oregon Tilth
  • People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)
  • Women’s Voices for the Earth
  • Campaign for Safe Cosmetics
  • Non-Toxic Revolution

This Earth Month, help us spread the news about the benefits of supporting sustainable businesses, choosing non-toxic ingredients, and lifting up our community and the planet.

Learn about our sugarcane bioplastic packaging in this Instagram reel