Bladder leakage haunts every woman at sometime in her life. After giving birth, you can never sneeze the same. It’s like a rule of being mom; thou shall not sneeze without wetting thyself. Another reasoning is our muscles become weak. Holding it in for hours between errands is not happening. I laugh at my husband when he wants to stop on road trips every 30 mins for a pee break yet when we are shopping, it’s me that has to rush off to find a toilet.
Wearever wrote me and asked if I was interested in a review. With my grandmother staying with us, and having the same problems, I asked her if any of their items interested her. She liked the Women’s Incontinence Panties in cotton and lace. She also received the Quilted plaid incontinence bed pad and some cotton diabetic socks.
With any leakage, it can happen at any time, anywhere. These panties are awesome. As soon as they arrived we were passing them back and forth checking them out. I would totally sport those bad boys! They are soft and padded perfectly. We both loved that they are washable so you can reuse them (200-250 washes!). They have sewn-in Unique-Dri pads that trap liquid and are treated with odor eliminating Agion antimicrobial fibers. They looked and felt like any other luxury panty but you can wear them knowing you are secure should anything slip up. My gram said they were very comfortable to wear and she would like to order more.
She’s diabetic so we wanted to try their socks. Now I don’t know the difference in socks for diabetics, I didn’t even know they had their own line! I guess these are good for those with poor circulation, easily irritated skin, or diabetes . The brand is Buster Brown and they are 100% cotton socks made with no elastic or synthetics. It helps with less irritation. She has trouble putting on socks and these were a bit easier for her to slip into since they were not bulky. She has not complained at all while wearing them and I do believe her feet have not swollen while wearing these!
The bed pad is my favorite for all ages. I had used one for my girls while potty training because it saves your sanity and sheets. As we get older, things go back down that path and using a bed pad can be just as usual then as now. If you find these irritating to lay on, or maybe the person you are buying this for doesn’t feel they need it; my suggestion is to put it under the sheets so it at least saves your mattress. My nana found it moved around a bit when she would toss/turn, so we put it under a sheet. This helps it shift less and still protects the new mattress. Its completely washable and is the perfect size to travel with. Use it in the car, camping, at hotels, etc. This thing is a life saver!
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