I am looking for a reference for the following inequality: if $\Omega \subset [0,1]^d$ satisfies $\mbox{vol}(\Omega) \leq 1/2$, then $$ \mathcal{H}^{d-1}\left( \partial\Omega \cap (0,1)^d\right) \geq c_d \mbox{vol}(\Omega)^{\frac{d-1}{d}},$$ where $\mathcal{H}^{d-1}$ is the $(d-1)-$dimensional Hausdorff measure and $c_d > 0$ is a universal constant depending only on $d$.

This is a variation of the classical isoperimetric inequality with the interesting addition that surface 'on the boundary of the cube' does not count. This seems like it should be known. A discrete version of this inequality (for subsets of the grid graph) was proven by Bollobas and Leader (Edge-isoperimetric inequalities in the grid, Combinatorica 1991) and it seems there is a wealth of information for the discrete case. Has anybody seen the continuous case stated somewhere?