Sanitary Care

Feel Good & Co have been collecting donations of the innovative ‘Modibodi’ sanitary care underwear. The company will be giving them to underprivileged women.


Sanitary Care causes are all the rage at the moment because it has become evident there is a massive crisis within poorer communities. Young ladies attending school are unable to afford basic sanitary items and have to stay home because of something completely natural.

As prices sky rocket, sanitary items went from being a necessity, to becoming a luxury for most. Over the last few months we have shared some amazing stories about various organisations raising awareness. The KZN Education Department have started handing out free sanitary towels at schools and a local YouTuber raised funds to hand out 4000 Lilycups.

Now the company, Feel Good & Co, are collecting ‘Modibodi’ panties for underprivileged women. The panties are environmentally friendly as they don’t get thrown away. The underwear is washable and re-usable, as well as eco friendly and hygienic meaning that it is a sustainable solution to this problem.

The fitted underwear is designed to be highly absorbent, it is also leak and sweat proof. The underwear is has a 3mm thick layer that sits between two layers of fabric designed to be waterproof, fight bacteria and smells.

“We have officially raised 50 pairs of performance underwear as part of our “Challenge for Change” campaign to donate to our ladies in need. A huge thanks goes out to everyone who has donated towards this amazing cause”

The end goal is to have 100 pairs. To achieve this they had to extend their Women’s Month campaign to include September. To find out more about the campaign or to donate, you can see their website here.

Sources: Feel Good & Co Supplied
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