>> Hello, my friends.
Christmas edition; youcan see my Christmas tree in the background here.
I have a, what feels like, a Christmaspresent that I am going to unbox with you.
This is all about underwear today.
So if youhave been following me for a while, you know that I'm very particular about my “Lady Bits”—that's the name of my book.
But, anyway, I am.
I actually prefer not to use tamponsor anything that is actually inserted during my period because I don't want those toxinsinside of my body.
And I'm very, very particular about putting non-toxic clothing on my bodyas much as I can.
I mean, I'm not perfect, but I do try to shop for things that are alittle bit more sustainable and organic, especially as far as things that are directly on me likemy underwear.
So I was really excited to learn about hemp underwear.
It's the world's mostsustainable fabric.
So it's not only better for you, but it's also better for the environment.
So I received some underwear from a company called WAMA.
I have an unboxing that I wantto do for you.
I want to tell you a little more about hemp, but I also want to show youthe items that I got.
And I will show some pictures, so if you're squeamish about seeingme in underwear—Well, first of all, if you're not squeamish about seeing me in underwear, and you're like watching, and you're like a creeper, [laughter] I'm talking to the dudes outthere—if you are, then don't worry, this is not going to be like sexy underwear pictures.
This is just, I'm showing you whether or not they're going to provide VPL's, visible pantylines, etc.
That's what I care about when I'm shopping for underwear; I want somethingthat's comfortable and it doesn't really cut in.
So I was provided this underwear fromthe company, but this is going to be an honest review.
This is truly the first time I'veopened the package.
All I did was cut the tape; I have not even looked inside.
Okay, so I'm opening the package, and the first thing I see is I have a littlebag—which is always fun—and it says “You are awesome.
Your purchase of hemp underwearhas helped preserve nature, and you have chosen the perfect fabric to protect your privatesnaturally.
” I love that.
Okay, so look it, I told you I hadn't opened it yet.
This really does feel like Christmas.
Okay, so I have loads of undies in here.
Thisis so exciting for me.
I'm going to go ahead and take out one at a time and just show themto you.
I believe this is their hipster.
So this is a size—I got a size small, whichis the size that I normally use.
So this is their hipster.
It is kind of like a boy cut.
Their little label is on the bottom.
It has a green inner band.
It says on the insideit is “53% hemp, 44% organic cotton, and 3% spandex.
Do not bleach.
Designed in USA.
Made in China.
” But I know there are some concerns about manufacturingpractices in China.
This company does have full transparency about their manufacturingpractices in China, and they use materials and manufacturing practices that are goodfor the environment and good for the laborers.
Good to know.
So here is this one.
I willshow in the inset picture later when I try them on.
You'll see, probably I'll be showingright now what they actually look like on.
And just so you know, they're nice and stretchy.
So they've got some good stretch to them.
And I like how it looks like they're not goingto cut in on the butt cheeks, which I definitely appreciate.
Okay, here is a thong; I dolove my thongs.
Here is the thong; same materials.
It has the green inner band; it's nice andstretchy.
I think I might have also received it in another color as well.
That's the problemwith unboxings, is you can't really plan ahead.
Our next one is a brief.
It's not a super—like, again, I think that this elastic band is going to be really good for my likes, like how I like to wear things.
It looks like it's not going to cut in on my thighs or mybutt a lot which I really appreciate.
The only one I'm not going to show you is thethong, but I'll go ahead and show the other ones in the images.
Okay, so let's go aheadand take a look at those.
[MUSIC] Okay, so I'm wearing one of the underwearstill right now and I love them; I love these underwear.
They're really comfortable, again, super stretchy.
They don't cut in.
I really like the green color.
I really like the black.
And, again, what I really love is that hemp is a super sustainable fabric.
It uses 50%less water than cotton.
It naturally replenishes the soil, and it doesn't require any pesticidesor herbicides to grow really well.
This is an easy to grow—well I don't know abouteasy to grow, I'm not a hemp farmer—but it's a crop that is more sustainable to growthan other crops out there, and it creates a really strong, super durable fabric.
Infact, I read that it's the most durable, like strongest fabric there is.
And yet, becauseof the addition of that little bit of organic cotton and the little bit of spandex, theseare also nice and stretchy.
Again, the fact that they have spandex in them helps makethem comfortable.
The hemp, luckily, is the majority of the material in these underwear, and so that's where—the majority of the fabric is a sustainable fabric next to yourprivates.
The hemp fabric also has naturally antibacterial properties, so it's going tohelp keep you fresh and clean feeling.
I love them.
I'm like so happy wearing them rightnow.
[Laughter] So if you are interested in this too, then check out—I have a link.
You can easily shop through my link, and you can find all of the information you'd likeabout hemp and about their products.
You could do shopping for men and women.
It's a reallykind and caring company.
They have been wonderful in reaching out to me and chatting with me.
And I love supporting businesses that care and this business does.
They care about theenvironment; they care about their customers, and I recommend them.
Definitely check outWAMA.
I definitely like hemp underwear now.
This is now my new thing, I think.
It's gota little bit of a nubby texture.
I didn't show that to you earlier, but slightly a bitof nub to it, which just kind of makes you feel like you're wearing something a littlebit more natural, a little bit more unique.
Check them out.
The video notes have all ofthe links you need.
Until next time, remember: Eat clean, move every day, and you will shinebrighter.
I'll see you next time.