Period underwear brand Modibodi is reducing the price of its ten best-selling styles by 30 percent

To celebrate our 10th year in the market Modibodi is offering 30 percent off its ten best-selling models for the rest of September.

The brand behind period and incontinence underwear has put its popular brand up for sale Sensual French cutwhich normally retails for $33.50, while customers can purchase a pair in the black hue for $23.50.

For something a little more covert, that Classic full briefs is also reduced to $23.50 and that Teenage hipster bikini is down to $20.65.

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For Australians looking to stock up on their spill-proof essentials, now is the time.

Modibodi was founded by Kristy Chong, an Australian mother of four, who came up with the idea while training for a marathon in 2011.

While jogging one day, she realized that the best solution to treat her incontinence was disposable hygiene products.

Sensual French cut from Modibodi. Credit: Modibodi
There are full short options. Credit: Modibodi

But she knew it was both uncomfortable to walk in and bad for the environment.

Confused that there was nothing on the market that could help her, Kristy set off creating a completely new solution – and revolutionizing the important retail category.

It started with a small line of patented, leak-proof underwear, and today the brand stocks swimwear as well as products for men and children.

The Teen Hipster Bikini is also reduced. Credit: Modibodi

To celebrate that 10-year milestone, buyer You can buy both seamless and traditional underwear as long as they are all black underwear.

The deal excludes Modibasics, bundles and gift cards.

To see the full range on sale, Visit Modibodi website here.

The offer is valid until the end of September or while stocks last.

James Brien

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