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THINX is an American company founded in 2011 by Antonia Saint Dunbar, Miki Agrawal and Radha Agrawal that makes underwear that can be worn during menstruation

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THINX Industry Feminine hygiene Founded 2011 Founder Radha Agrawal, Miki Agrawal, Antonia Dunbar Headquarters New York, NY, United States Products Period underwear, tampons, reusable tampon applicator Website www.shethinx.com

THINX is an American company founded in 2011 by Antonia Saint Dunbar, Miki Agrawal and Radha Agrawal that makes underwear that can be worn during menstruation as a substitute or a supplement to traditional feminine hygiene products. The underwear come in a range of styles from boyshorts to thongs, and include patented technology to absorb different amounts of blood. The underwear is anti-microbial, moisture-wicking, absorbent and leak resistant.

See also
  • Menstrual cup
  • Tampon
  • Lunapads
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