About Us

Underwear is a staple in everyone's closet that we spend a lot of money on, but they are not always appropriate for on the go. So we simplified it and created underwear designed for convenience and ease that you can simply grab and go. However, you define your convenience and ease as what we like to call "Ohh Moments."

 

From the underwear to the packaging, we use sustainable products. Our mission is to create products made out of eco-friendly materials that we love and our consumers cannot live without. We recognize the value of our products beyond our consumers and understand we live in a world where Underwear is often overlooked as a basic hygienic need. This is why we donate a pair to a local women's shelter for every box we sell. Additionally, we donate 5% of our profits to NGOs that provide menstrual resources to school-aged girls and women

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FOUNDER'S STORY   

 

Like so many women, I have unpredictable periods. I found myself in many situations (at work, school, or out with friends) where I needed a change of underwear. Still, there wasn't a convenient solution for me to choose from besides looking for the closest store or pulling out my trusted ziplock bag of underwear. 

A few years ago, I complained to my mother about constantly ruining my good underwear during my period, and she suggested creating something that works for me. That was the beginning of Ohhs. 

Growing up, my mother used to say to us “Banna bange, muli banaku” which roughly translates to “My children, you come from sorrow.” In Uganda, it’s a colloquial phrase that reminds us to remember where we come from and appreciate what we have. So I've always known that if I had the opportunity to create a business of my own, I wanted to create a product that felt good with a business structure that served a greater purpose and embodied all that my mother has instilled in me. While researching the market, I found that millions of girls drop out of school due to menstrual stigmas within their communities or simply a lack of resources. If I hadn’t been able to come to the states, I might have been one of those girls. To honor my past, my purpose has become to make a difference in a girl’s life one day at a time while creating something simple for every woman. This is why we donate our underwear to women's shelters, and a percentage of our profits are donated to non-profits providing menstrual resources to school-age girls worldwide.