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Share the Dignity Collaboration with Wotnot Naturals

Wotnot Naturals is honoured to be collaborating with a brilliant Australian Women’s Charity Share the Dignity. Share the Dignity works to make a real difference in the lives of those...

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4 Things All Women Should Do For Their Hormonal Health

As a women’s health and fertility clinic, we are VERY passionate about hormonal health. Women’s hormones are extremely sensitive and if we are not achieving wellness, our hormones become very...

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2 min read We would like to introduce you to a charity that's very close to our hearts, Women’s Community Shelters (WCS). Now more than ever, women all around Australia need...

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Blepharitis of the eye - causes, treatment and prevention

Let’s talk Blepharitis – with Dr Caroline Catt and Dr Michael Jones from Sydney Ophthalmic Specialists and both senior clinical lecturers with the University of Sydney.   See an extract...

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Supporting Bear Cottage Hospice for Children

Since 2009, Wotnot has proudly been supporting Bear Cottage children’s hospice by donating a percentage of profits from our natural baby range to help this amazing facility. When families are...

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The Breakdown on All Things Plastic – simple steps you can make to DITCH and SWITCH

What’s the difference between Degradable vs Biodegradable vs Compostable?  For Plastic Free July, Wotnot is focusing on the simple, positive steps we can take to be more effective guardians of...

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The pandemic has sparked a rise in demand for not just loo roll, but greener products. The lockdowns, social distancing and images of natural disasters have shifted many people’s focus...

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“Don’t be a girl”

The words we use are powerful. I went for a hike through a lovely part of Bowral. About 40 mins into our walk we came to a tricky part of...

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