At least half of older adults experience incontinence, which can include involuntarily leaking urine from the bladder and/or eliminating fecal matter from the bowel. Urinary incontinence is especially common in women, primarily thanks to life events such as pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause. One of the best ways to deal with incontinence is to wear disposable absorbent briefs or pull-ups.
Disposable absorbent products provide freedom. Freedom to go out and about, from body odour, and from leakage. In order to enjoy that freedom with confidence, you should always first do some research! Not all absorbent products are the same; some are more absorbent than others and they all fit a little differently. Ask for samples and read reviews!
Women’s incontinence products provide all-day confidence, allowing you to live life on your terms. Crafted with advanced absorbent materials, they ensure superior protection against leaks and odours. Designed to feel like regular underwear, they offer comfort and security, so you can go about your day with confidence and dignity.
Discretion matters, which is why our incontinence products are designed with discreet protection in mind. Our products are sleek, slim, and virtually invisible under clothing. You can maintain your privacy and confidence, knowing that your protection is your secret. Say goodbye to bulkiness and hello to discreet, reliable protection.
Briefs vs. Liners
Choosing between briefs and liners depends on your unique needs and preferences. Our collection offers both options to cater to a variety of lifestyles. Briefs are ideal for those who require heavier absorbency, providing comprehensive coverage and security. Liners, on the other hand, are perfect for light to moderate protection, offering a more streamlined solution that fits comfortably in your regular underwear.
Finding the Right Fit
Finding the right fit is essential for comfort and effectiveness. Incontinence products come in a range of sizes and styles to ensure you find the perfect fit. Whether you need briefs or liners, moderate or heavy absorbency, our selection offers choices tailored to your requirements.
SAP and Gender-Specific Solutions
What makes an absorbent product work is something known as a super absorbent polymer (SAP for short). SAP is a petroleum-based product that absorbs liquid by many times its own weight. In the last couple of years, manufacturers started making pull-ups and briefs specifically for either men or women. They would concentrate the absorbency in the front of the pull-up for men and in the back for women, along with making them look more like underwear than an absorbent product. Pull-ups for women are very popular because they look nice and perform well. They are very similar to regular underwear: you pull them up and down like normal, and they are usually more discreet and less bulky.
Regular Briefs Versus Disposable Briefs
An adult brief is the same as a diaper and, as such, the two words are interchangeable. A disposable brief has tape tabs and will always provide a better fit for the person wearing the product. It is important to note that any absorbent product, whether it is a pull up or a brief, must be snug-fitting to maximize absorption and minimize leakages. It’s safe to say that pull-ups or briefs that are designed specifically for women are very popular and here to stay. For more information about these solutions, contact us today!