HBCU Grad Turned Entrepreneur Make History, Invents First-Ever Brand Of Pantiless Liners

Tara Harris, an HBCU graduate of Morris Brown College, is now the founder and CEO of Femeflex, the world’s first brand of pantiless liners that is already transforming the feminine hygiene landscape. A groundbreaking innovation, this revolutionary solution redefines comfort and confidence for women. Designed to liberate and empower, Femeflex heralds a new era of feminine care.

Tara comments, “This journey did not come without great sacrifice and determination to pursue such an unheard-of idea and take it all the way to the launch of the world’s first pantiless liner nearly 4 years in the making.”

She says that Femeflex has emerged as a champion of women’s liberation. Women can now finally bid farewell to discomfort and embrace the joy of going panty-free, all while feeling secure and refreshed. This pioneering product elevates the intimate experience, offering a liberating alternative to conventional liners.

The brand has already made it all the way to Hollywood as it is set to be featured in an upcoming collaboration with Hollywood Swag Bag for the Emmy Award Show 2023. A star-studded partnership will bring the pantiless liners to the esteemed Emmy nominees and VIPs, transforming the red-carpet experience. Hollywood’s leading ladies will confidently dazzle the red carpet, free from worries about panty lines.

“Femeflex stems from a vision to empower women with unparalleled freedom and assurance. This groundbreaking pantiless liner shatters the confines of traditional feminine care, embracing a future marked by unprecedented comfort. Embrace the evolution of feminine hygiene with Femeflex and embrace a new standard of empowerment,” she adds.

For more information, visit the brand’s official website at Femeflex.com

For press inquiries, contact (800) 836-1513 or info@femeflex.com


Black Mompreneur Launches All-Natural Food Products For Other Breastfeeding Mothers

Krystal Duhaney, an African American entrepreneur and mom herself from San Bernadino County, California, is the founder and owner of a popular lactation brand called Milky Mama. After struggling to breastfeed her son, she was inspired to create the brand to provide other moms with nutritious food and drink products that would help them while breastfeeding.

“I sought help from my healthcare provider and was told to ‘just give him formula,'” Duhaney told Ebony. “I was determined to breastfeed, so I educated myself and was able to breastfeed my son for two years.”

Duhaney, who is also a registered nurse, used her skills as well as her love for baking to develop a lactation-boosting cookie recipe when she had her second child. It was a success as it definitely increased her milk supply. Having experienced breastfeeding struggles herself, she thought she had to share her discovery with other moms who are also going through the same situation.

In 2015, she launched Milky Mama and offered a wide range of products that help breastfeeding mothers increase milk production such as cookies, brownies, drink mixes, and other herbal supplements. Aside from that, Duhaney’s company also provides support through online breastfeeding courses, lactation consultations, and support groups on Facebook and live Q&As.

Throughout her journey, Duhaney has also become an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant which was important for her since Black women lack representation in the field. For this reason, Duhaney also created the Milky Mama Scholarship Fund which aims to increase diversity in the lactation field by encouraging more Black women to become certified lactation consultants.

“Due to this lack of representation, it’s more difficult for Black breastfeeding mothers to get assistance from someone that understands the unique struggles that Black breastfeeding mothers may face. By increasing the representation in the lactation field, I hope that will also contribute to greater breastfeeding rates within the Black community and better outcomes for Black maternal health,” she said.

Learn more about the brand via its official web site at Milky-Mama.com

Be sure to follow the brand on Instagram @MilkyMamaLLC