How it works?

Like panties, bikinis do not swell and absorb the most viscous liquids inside, such as blood, while allowing our recycled and breathable polyamide to dry quickly.

The bikinis have 3 layers of absorbent, waterproof, breathable and antibacterial fabrics.

They are indicated for light to moderate flows.
For the most abundant flows, use them in addition to other internal protections such as the cup or organic tampon. ;))

But what is different about Period bikinis?

In addition to being gorgeous (modesty aside) and exclusive, designed in Spain, the Period bikinis have been made with recycled fabrics from bottles and garbage collected in the Mediterranean Sea. It's super cool, isn't it?

Let's do more for the planet!

Of course, they are washable, reusable, hygienic, modern and sustainable.

All bikinis have three layers capable of absorbing all kinds of liquids: menstruation, sweat, vaginal fluids and slight urine losses. They are quick-drying, waterproof, breathable and antibacterial fabrics.

How to take care of my Period bikinis?

Just like period panties, bikinis also need care to last, okay?

You can wash your Period:

  • by hand (in the shower for example)
  • machine (wash them at a maximum of 30º and never dry), along with other clothes (and that's okay, there's no need to wash them alone).
To preserve the absorbency properties of the technical fabric of the Period, we recommend that you use a soap without softening agents, natural oils, or Marseille soap, but you can use neutral or intimate soap.

Important tip: If, once washed, the part of the bridge is a little stiff, it is important that you wash your Periods again, either by rubbing the area well by hand, or by washing them inside out in the washing machine. The bridge area should be soft and flexible to ensure maximum absorbency. Do not put them in the dryer so as not to damage the waterproof part.

Tip for any bikini: If you are not going to wash them as soon as you finish the bath, it is better to rinse them and remove the water with salt or chlorine, okay? :)

Oh, by the way, and no ironing, okay?

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