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Thinx Is Helping Your Tween And Teen Begin Her Period In Style

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Thinx Is Helping Your Tween And Teen Begin Her Period In Style

By Danielle James via https://madamenoire.com

I’ve personally been a fan of Thinx since 2016. The forward-thinking brand created a line of period panties that allow women to free flow into their underwear for up to 8 hours. This prevents you from having to wear pads or tampons during your time of the month. Not only is this brilliant, but it’s cost-effective (pads and tampons add up each month!), it’s healthy (toxic shock syndrome is a real thing), and it’s stylish (there are different silhouettes of panties and in two colorways).

Now the brand is expanding their customer base with a new collection called Thinx (Btwn) which focuses on the tween and teen age ranges of nine to sixteen. Maria Molland, CEO of Thinx …

 

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