Period panties «Active extra strong» - Taynie

CHF 33.90
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CHF 33.90
  • With organic cotton
  • Breathable
  • For moderate to heavy menstruation
  • Free from silver and biocides
  • absorbent
  • Vegan
  • Antibacterial
  • For periods, mild bladder weakness, during childbirth or during sports

Period panties with organic cotton.
Use the period panty on uncertain days, with medium to heavy periods, mild bladder weakness, during childbirth or when exercising.
Sporty cut with wide cuffs.

The protective area in the back extends to the cuffs and is therefore ideal for the night and of course especially for sporting activities.

Free from silver ion, zinc pyrithione and biocides. Eco-certified TPU and elastane. High-quality materials without plasticizers.

Composition (5-layer principle):

Innermost layer (skin contact): 92% organic cotton and 8% elastane
Absorbent core 1: 92% organic cotton and 8% elastane
Absorbent core 2: 92% organic cotton and 8% elastane
Third layer: Moisture-impermeable yet breathable layer made of TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane) without plasticizers
Outer layer: 92% organic cotton and 8% elastane

Please wash before first use.

Once used, rinse briefly with cold water and simply wash directly with your normal laundry or ideally in a mesh garment bag (max. 60°C).

Do not put in the dryer.

Do not use fabric softener or bleach.

Change your Taynie after max. 10-12 hours of wear.

The hip circumference is measured standing and at the widest point. This is usually at the level of the pelvic bones.

Size 34/XS:
Hips: 88cm - 91cm

Size 36/S:
Hips: 92cm - 98cm

Size 38/M:
Hips: 99cm - 104cm

Size 40/L:
Hips: 105cm - 108cm

Size 42/XL:
Hips: 109cm - 112cm

kraft paper

Taynie is a German company that can draw on many years of experience in the manufacture of period panties. They do without biocides and silver and have their products manufactured under the most modern conditions in Italy, China and Germany, with the main production taking place in China. The development and final inspection takes place in Germany.