(Filed Under Financial and General Interest News). It has been widely reported that Thinx settled a lawsuit in November that alleged its period panties contained harmful chemicals.
The news coverage claimed the settlement totaled $5 million, with Thinx, for its part, denying all allegations and noting the settlement was not an admission of any guilt.
In February of last year, consumer products giant Kimberly-Clark said it had completed the acquisition of a “majority stake in Thinx,” following an earlier investment in the brand.
A recent search on Amazon for “Thinx period underwear” revealed on the first page, products ranging from panties at $16 to around $35, period bike shorts at $75 and period leggings at $95.
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