Undu is the World’s thinnest wearable hot water for menstrual cramps.
Menstrual pain can last a few days and the lower abdomen and lower back are mainly affected by pain. A dosage of painkiller or using a hot water bottle may help to reduce the pain. The design of the hot water bottle remained the same since it was first patented in 1903. Charlie Katrycz, a PhD. candidate at the University of Toronto‘s Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, has found a modern solution to alleviate menstrual cramps.
Undu is a soft and wearable hot water bottle that delivers heat therapy and can be worn comfortably. The World’s thinnest hot water bottle uses patented Loonskin technology to produce soft and well-shaped heat pack. The packets can be filled with fluids and grow into biological shapes found in blood vessels and veins. (via)