Flow 1 (5-pack)
Flow 1 is our version of your favourite period undies.
They sit high at the waist, snug at the hip and with a mesh panel on each side to keep you cooler than you already are while ensuring a flexible fit. Your briefs have an elasticated waistband with discreet Flow-logo embroidered into it. Last but not least, the currrvy seams down the front and back accentuate your figure. G-o-r-g-e-o-u-s, both you and them.
We hope you'll feel that we outdid ourselves. You shouldn’t have to compromise – not even during your period.
Flow 1 is made for moderate bleeding, able to contain 1-2 tampons worth of blood.
We recommend you to buy 3-5 pairs.
Flow 1 is made for moderate flow.
But do you actually know how much you bleed? We rarely do (unless you're an experienced cup user) as a little amount of blood can look like a lot in the toilet for example.
Moderate flow in our terms is equivalent to 1-2 regular tampons worth 5-10 mL of blood.
Outer: 74% polyamid - 26% elastan
Inner: 92% organic cotton - 8% elastan
Mesh: 66% polyamid - 34% elastan
Top layer: 100% polyester
Middle Layer: 100% polyester
Membrane: 100% polyamid
Wear them, rinse them in cold water and wash them at 30 or 40 degrees alongside the rest of your clothes.
Today’s detergents are super effective, making it hygienic enough for you to wash on low temperatures.
Don’t tumble dry them - it’s not the best option for the environment and the absorbent function will deteriorate too fast.
In general you should go for your regular size. However if you are in between sizes we recommend you to size up.
Notice that they should be snug around your hips as they are supposed to hold fluids - if they are too loose you might experience leaks. They will soften when used.
Check here to find your fit.
Drawn in Copenhagen. Made in Turkey.
We chose to work with a GOTS-certified manufacturer in Turkey. A family run place with high morals and ethics.
They have chickens, two little pet birds and a turtle. They serve a great lunch (we know; we tried it). To us they are like an extended family.
Read more on the How it's made page.