CARE GUIDE

Make sure to wash your POM before wearing them for the first time. This will activate the technology in the gusset for maximum absorbency and a more comfortable fit.

  • STEP 1

    Rinse in cold water after use <30°. Do not soak, just rinse until the water runs clear.

  • STEP 2

    Cold wash.  Either in a washing machine or hand wash.

  • STEP 3

    Fabric softener, NO.  This reduces product function and is not good for the planet.

  • STEP 4

    Hang dry, either on a line or drying rack – and best not to do on or over a heater.  NEVER tumble dry.

COTTON

Cotton is naturally sustainable, hypoallergenic, naturally odour free, and a comfortable product that breathes. There are many benefits from cotton:

  • One of the strongest natural fibres around. This strength allows it to withstand constant wear with minimal wear-out.
  • Unlike synthetics, cotton is biodegradable. It breaks down quickly in terrestrial and aquatic environments, not contributing to the micro-plastic pollution problem.
  • Cotton fibres are much finer therefore softer than other fibres.
  • Cotton draws moisture away from the body which then evaporates through the fabric, allowing the skin to ‘breathe’.

BAMBOO

Bamboo is naturally sustainable, hypoallergenic, naturally odour free, and a comfortable product that breathes. There are many benefits from bamboo:

  • Bamboo is anti-bacterial, toxic-free and absorbent, and it is also a great sustainable underwear alternative.
  • Great for sensitive skin
  • More breathable and 4x more absorbent than cotton.
  • Amazing wicking properties that draw moisture away from your body.
  • Bamboo contains a naturally occurring component known as bamboo kun, which is what protects the plant against insects, microbes, and bacteria. 

BAMBOO IS INCREDIBLY ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY

  • One hectare of bamboo forest absorbs approximately 1,000 tons of CO2 per year.
  • On average, a bamboo forest absorbs five times more CO2 and produces 35% more oxygen than an equivalent forest of trees. As a result, bamboo has a highly positive impact on the greenhouse effect.
  • The majority of the bamboo grown is eco-friendly as it requires no pesticides or fertilisers and needs little water.
  • Bamboo is one of the fastest growing plants in the world.
  • Bamboo fabric will break down quickly over the course of about four to six months.