Ceres Chill is a great example of FemTech
By Lisa Myers
The Woman Inventor produced by Charlotte Smith. Smithsonian National Museum of American History photo.
The rise of FemTech
Women are leading the creation of female-centric products across many categories.
It all started here
Lisa made a quick drawing very early on to illustrate her groundbreaking invention. It was included in her patent application.
And now it's a real live patent — the first to be granted of several patents in the pipeline
October 2022 is a BIG month for Ceres Chill in several ways, not least because the Chiller patent was granted.
Check it out in all its glorious detail
Patents pending cover patents pending on the Shield Maiden nipple shield, the Milkstache, and the Super Easy Sipper Lid. And two other new product patents are underway.
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