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8 TO 12 HOURS OF PROTECTION WASHABLE AND REUSABLE

They are briefs with built-in sanitary protection.

The lining, made of merino wool, elastane and polyester, is very soft and very breathable, leaving a “dry” feeling when directing the blood.

 

The fabric of the second layer inside can be bamboo, known for its ultra-absorbent, anti-odor and anti-bacterial properties. This part of the period briefs enables blood to be kept on the inside.

 

The third type of polyester and nylon fabric is waterproof and breathable. It is this waterproof membrane that holds the blood and therefore prevents leaks. 

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Practical, ecological, economical.

Fits like briefs

Washable in water 

Air dry

Waste reduction

Chemical free

Re-usable

Last for at least 2 years

The cost: from €15 to €45 per pair of briefs depending on the brand and model

REMINDER: SANITARY PADS AND TAMPONS ARE TOXIC, POLLUTING AND EXPENSIVE

45 BILLION SANITARY PADS ARE THROWN AWAY EACH YEAR

2/3 OF ILLITERATE PEOPLE ARE WOMEN

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MENSTRUATIONS = NO SCHOOL - NO WORK = NO EMPOWERMENT

Worldwide, up to 500 million people live in period poverty.

 

The main consequence of period poverty is the exclusion of people who menstruate, including dropping out of school.

 

70% of people living on less than $1 a day are women.

 

One in ten women could not access these products worldwide.

 

 

Period poverty also affects Western countries

In western countries, homeless women, vulnerable people and students are particularly affected because of the budget needed to purchase these protections.

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