Modibodi Underwear and Swimwear for the Modern Bodi

For the 1 in 3 women with light incontinence and for every menstruating woman, most can recall stories of that embarrassing situation in which her underwear failed to protect her from a leak. They have endured years of using inconvenient, uncomfortable and eco-damaging disposable hygiene to stay protected. Kristy Chong’s mission was simple, to create a whole new product category for women that helps them better manage menstrual flow or incontinence, and to reduce the amount of single-use products ending up in landfill and damaging our environment.

Modibodi is fashionable, sustainable, hi-tech, super comfortable underwear and swimwear.

As the Founder, Kristy is disrupting not one, but two multi-billion dollar global industries, underwear and feminine hygiene/sanitary products. You no longer need disposable hygiene products. At Modibodi, we are modern women with a fearless take on making our “unmentionables” absolutely mentionable. Being in tune with our bodies is what makes us feel comfortable, confident and fiercely ourselves. It’s something we won’t shy away from. We truly believe that women are undefinable and unstoppable. No matter what her size, shape, sexuality or story, we want to inspire all ladies by opening up the conversations others are too afraid to have.

We believe that periods are precious, that sweat is therapy, and that feeling 100% protected during both is the stuff of dreams.

We’re for stronger pelvic floors and leaky life-giving boobs. We are down with our discharge, even prouder of our pregnancy shows, and runaway bladders are welcome here too. We’re for women who genuinely respect their bodies on the inside as much as the impact they’re having on the outside. And that’s why Modibodi exists. To give sassy, intelligent women more freedom and flexibility at all times of the day (and month). But also, to empower the kind of change that every bodi can be part of.

We’re breaking taboos, opening minds and offering a reusable, sustainable option that’s not just for women – but for the benefit of all bodies on this planet. Because we believe that making a positive impact should be as easy as changing your undies & swimwear. Modibodi is sustainable, comfortable, hi-tech underwear and swimwear made for all bodies. Here are some options from Modibodi’s range.

Sensual high-waist bikini

Modibodi sensual high-waist bikini

Heavy/overnight absorbency
For: Using alone on heavy period days, or overnight for protecting your white sheets, boom!
Flow: 15-20ml = 2 tampons and 3 teaspoons
Feels: Sustainable and super safe! Use these babies solo on medium-heavy period days and keep snug as a bug for overnight leaks

One Piece Swimsuit

Modibodi one piece swimsuit

Light-moderate absorbency
Flow: 10ml = 1-1½ tampons or 1-2 teaspoons
For: Using while in and out of the water to protect from light bladder leaks, discharge, light periods and spotting
Feels: Sustainable and super safe! Use this cosi solo for light bladder leaks or light period days and as back up on those heavy period days so you can still go for a dip!

Maternity lace boyleg

Modibodi maternity lace boyleg

Light-moderate absorbency
Flow: 10ml = 1-1½ tampons or 1-2 teaspoons
For: Using alone on light-medium flow days, as back up on heavy flow days, for sneaky leaks and heavy discharge Designed especially for comfy expecting mums.
Feels: Liberating, your new lifesaver!

Seamfree full brief

Modibodi seamfree full brief

Moderate to heavy absorbency
Flow: 15ml = 1 1/2-2 tampons or 2 teaspoons
For: Using alone on heavy period days, overnight for protecting your white sheets or sneaky wee leaks and heavy discharge. Perfect for that extra protection under your celebration dresses.
Feels: Comfy, secure and carefree.


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Posted by Alanna Bastin-Byrne - Femeconomy Director

CEO of the house, community builder and a globetrotting nomad. Background in Marketing and Communications leadership in the UK and Australia.