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    Which boxer or slip is best suited for unwanted urine leakage?
    We have a wide range and there is always the underwear that suits your figure! First of all, your choice depends on what you like to wear. If you like a low waist, we recommend the Maxi or Mini (with beautiful lace). If you like a higher waist, the Boxer, the Basic Ultra and the Midi (with beautiful lace) are very suitable. With the Waist and Comfort, the waist is the highest. The Basic Ultra, Waist, Maxi and Comfort have a 4-layer crotch. The other models 3-layer. On the Maxi, the crotch runs all the way down the front and almost all the way down the back. The Comfort has a crotch that goes all the way through at the front and almost all the way at the back. Normally if you wear size M, for example, you can also order size M with us. If you are not comfortable, please let us know. Exchanging is free with us! Want to know more about how the crotch runs front and back and about the sizes? Then click here.  Each model has a further description. Of course, you can e-mail us for advice. For men, we have men's briefs and men's boxers.

    Which boxer or briefs are best suited for menstruation?
    Thanks to the protective layers, the Swaens panties and boxer can hold liquid, which is equivalent to 3-4 tampons or 5-6 pads. Each slip keeps you dry and fresh. You also help protect the environment! Moreover, our underwear is washable and with normal use, the Swaens last as long as comparable lingerie. On average, women spend about 12 euros a month on their period, which is 144 euros a year, while menstrual pants should last at least two years. Do the math. The information above on unwanted urine loss also applies to menstruation. Oh yes, for young girls we have sizes 152 and 164 in the Basic Ultra and Boxer if just menstruating for the first time.

    Which models are suitable for lichen sclerosus?
    All models, with the exception of the Thong, are suitable. Because of the integrated gusset, Swaens bamboo underwear, will catch ointment such as clobetasol ointment or mometasone ointment well. The Lichen Sclerosus Foundation recommends Swaens! You will get a nice discount.

    What are the benefits of bamboo?
    Swaens underwear feels like silk and absorbs 60% more and faster moisture than cotton. Moreover, bamboo clothing is naturally bacteria- and odour-inhibiting. nour customers are very enthusiastic about the material; it feels very supple and soft. It is light, pleasantly cool and has a nice fit. The fabric has a luxurious appearance. Swaens lingerie is ideal during hot days because it does not stick to your skin so easily. Bamboo absorbs moisture very well. And so very much ideal for sports or yoga; bamboo clothes absorb and evaporate sweat faster. And bamboo is the fastest-growing plant on earth, grows back after harvesting and bamboo absorbs twice as much carbon monoxide as ordinary forests. How sustainable is that.

    Can the Swaens be machine-washed? 
    Swaens bamboo briefs and boxers can simply be machine washed. We recommend doing so at 40 degrees. Hand washing is, of course, also possible. In that case, to preserve the special crotch, it is better to roll the briefs in a towel after rinsing than to wring them. The crotch needs more time to dry because of its high moisture absorption capacity. We do not recommend using the dryer as this can damage the textile fibres.

    Where can I find answers regarding sending and returning?
    You will find all the answers Through this link

    Where can i find the Size Chart?
    All the details on the different models and their absorbing pads you can find in the Size Chart.

    Any questions about your size and the size chart, feel free to contact us: [email protected].



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