ooia moms is already there for you during pregnancy: the ooia nursing bra is a comfortable helper for sensitive breasts - and the panties give you security in everyday life. Find out more about how to use them here!
With pregnancy, your body changes and presents you with new challenges. Our panties support you during this time. For example, we recommend the comfortable ooia Hipster, which has a low waistband that doesn't get in the way of your growing belly.
You can use ooia panties for these situations:
1.Many women know the feeling of increased discharge during pregnancy - and that's quite normal. Our panties are also suitable for this. They protect you, wear comfortably without cutting in and provide a dry and secure feeling.
2.As soon as the baby in your belly gets bigger, it often presses on the bladder and a sneeze or laugh can lead to uncomfortable situations. Our panties can also catch a few drops of urine.
3.You can also wear the panties in the weekbed - and of course later, when your period starts again.
4.The panties can also be used in situations where period products that you need to insert are not recommended: after miscarriages, surgeries or during certain illnesses.discover ooia panties
Can I wear ooia panties in the postpartum period?
How can I wash ooia products?
After wearing them, simply rinse them in cold water and leave them to dry until machine wash time. Then you can wash the ooia panties and ooia nursing bras at 40°C together with matching coloured laundry on the gentle cycle and air dry afterwards. Avoid fabric softener, tumble dryer and ironing. This way, you'll enjoy your ooia underwear for as long as possible!
What about hygiene?
Your health is our top priority! ooia is the only panty to be certified in its function. It has received the "antibacterial" certificate from the renowned Hohenstein Institute - after extensive testing.
We have had the bacteria-inhibiting requirements for ooia tested and confirmed by gynaecologists. We have adapted the entire development of ooia panties to this
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