I bought the leakproof bikini underwear. So far the quality is good; however, it would almost certainly not be hygienic to wear them for more than 6–8 hours at a time so I would recommend keeping something on hand to switch to like you would a tampon/pad.
I find it interesting that the company was "inspired" by someone who was working apparently 16-hour shifts – the package doesn't mention breaks. Is the problem the pads/tampons (products), the person, or the job? The industry? Perhaps we should be questioning a company (Knix) that is inspired by a customer who may be trapped in an unethical working environment. What is her government and who makes the decisions? Is she not allowed to take breaks? Are the men or other women in the company harassing her about her period? How many have been shamed because of their own menstrual cycle during a "16-hour workday"? Perhaps some of the proceeds from your sales could go to Ms. Audrey so she and people like her are not forced to sacrifice themselves?
Length of Use: Less than 3 months
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend