Working with NGO: Misión Huascarán

From the beginning, our vision has been to help vulnerable communities, create absorbent underwear that is accessible to all, and contribute to personal health education.

We are convinced that female empowerment creates safe environments and promotes physical as well as emotional well-being. For this reason, we are collaborating with Misión Huascarán to bring our Nudah Basics absorbent underwear to women in various communities in the rural highlands of Áncash, Peru.

During the initial manufacturing process, we made a batch of 3,000 absorbent underwear on a trial basis that were produced with minor blemishes but are 100% functional. We are donating this batch of 3,000 underwear to women in Áncash, Peru, taking into account their needs and helping them to feel more comfortable.

If you would like to know more about Misión Huascarán, our collaboration, or join in our mission, email us at

Caring for our environment

Throughout a menstrual cycle, a woman uses approximately 5 menstrual pads per day, which is equivalent to a total of approximately 25 menstrual pads a month. Over the course of a year, each person produces 65kg of waste in pads alone – each taking approximately 500 years to decompose.

The same could be said of disposable products used for postpartum, incontinence, perimenopause, or the daily pads or pantyliners that become part of everyday life.

To combat these figures and reduce waste, we created reusable and sustainable absorbent underwear that last approximately 3 years.

We seek to reduce the degradation of the earth taking into account our impact from the early stages until it reaches your hands. For this reason, we use locally sourced Peruvian fabrics and manufacture in Peru to reduce the impact of transportation and to help our Peruvian community.