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Today, his company Calripharm, created in March 2013, and located in the Lidl area in Saint-Alban, is just beginning to market his invention: feminine intimate protection shells, sold individually or in kit form with other care products. Private individuals, pharmacies and specialist shops can equip themselves.
“The purpose of these shells is to avoid the pain associated with post-partum tears and scars. The principle? Hulls keep scars and wounds, clothing and hard surfaces at bay. This avoids painful rubbing or uncomfortable sitting positions.
A baby of 4 kg
The story begins in 2012 with the arrival of a 4 kg baby. Once you get home things get complicated. “With the episiotomy, my daily life became difficult. Difficulties in sitting down, breastfeeding, getting up which spoilt the happiness of coming home”.
Hence her idea, which she submits to surgeons: a device to put wounds at a distance. Clarisse decides to launch her company. She contacts a colleague who follows her in her project. The development phase is launched. It will take 5 models of prototypes to find the right one. “It cost us two years of our time and money, but what satisfaction.