Karlsruhe, 09.09.2020. The period underwear supplier femtis is celebrating its second birthday and can look back on an eventful year.
Germany's first online shop for period underwear went online with femtis on 09.09.2018. Now femtis is celebrating its second birthday, time for a brief review of selected highlights from the past 12 months.
In June 2020 femtis launched the new period panties MEJA with mesh and VIKA in beige. The new panties have thrilled femtis customers ever since. With the new period panty stars femtis offers a large selection of ten different period underwear models.
In the past few months, femtis has switched the innermost layer of all panties to organic cotton, thereby further strengthening the sustainability and attractiveness of its panties.
Animal welfare is very important for femtis. Since February 2020, femtis panties have been allowed to bear the “PETA Approved Vegan” seal of approval, which means that the vegan properties of femtis panties are independently certified.
In May 2020 femtis period underwear was test winner of the fitness and lifestyle magazine SHAPE. The editorial team was impressed not only by the femtis product selection, but also by the fit and the absence of silver and other biocides.
Social commitment is central to femtis. Besides sponsoring the Roller Derby Team Karlsruhe, femtis is also supporting the educational work of the Endometriosis Association Germany e.V. since July 2020.
Founder Judith Barensteiner is delighted: "femtis has developed splendidly, the popularity of our sustainable period underwear is growing steadily. We have big plans and the next 12 months promise to be really exciting again. Here, the satisfaction of our customers will stay in our focus."
The certified and excellent period underwear from femtis is directly available at: https://www.femtis.de/en/
About femtis: femtis develops and produces high-quality period underwear without biocides, vegan and fair produced. femtis period panties can be worn without disposable menstrual products or as a backup to tampons, pads or menstrual cups.
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