If you’ve ever experienced a leaky diaper, you know how frustrating and embarrassing that can be. Your clothes get wet, your bed sheets become stained, and your laundry just piles up.
A great way to prevent leaky diapers (besides wearing the right size and type) is to use a booster pad. Diaper booster pads are designed to be worn inside disposable undergarments, such as an adult brief or pull up, to provide extra absorbency. Booster pads can also be used with washable pants.
Mother’s Day is in three days – have you figured out a gift yet? On Tuesday, we talked about practical gifts designed for your mother’s health and safety. Today, we have a list of more sentimental gifts and warming gestures that’ll show your mother how much she means to you.
- Take her out for a short trip, whether it be to the mall, park, or botanical gardens. Let your mother get some fresh air and enjoy the scenery. Don’t try to pack too many activities at once, however; it might get be too overwhelming.
- Tend to her garden. Remove stubborn weeds and plant her favorite flowers. If your mother doesn’t have a yard, decorate her living space with some fresh floral arrangements. Write messages or inspirational quotes on the vase or pot.
Three out of 5 caregivers are women, and almost a third are caring for both their children and their elderly parents. These women dedicate their life to making sure that their loved ones are comfortable, safe, and happy. If you know one of these women, let them know that they’re appreciated with these unique and thoughtful Mother’s Day gifts:
- A break. Offer to take several hours, or even a whole week, off her caregiving duties. Help her care for the person she’s caring for, clean the house, buy the groceries, and do the laundry. She’ll appreciate having a little time to herself.
- A fancy dinner. Take her out, or better yet, make dinner. Caregivers don’t have a lot of time to make meals. You can make various dishes that last a whole week. Just bag them up and toss them in the freezer!
Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and while you might go for the usual cards and flowers, how about adding a little something extra? We’ve come up with a list of practical gifts that’ll help keep your loved one safe, comfortable and healthy:
- Tena Wash Cream – If it’s difficult to get your mother to the shower, either because she’s bedridden or reluctant, try this rinse-free wash cream – it’s a favorite among both the user and the caregiver. Specially formulated for perineal care, this mild wash cream cleanses, restores, and protects aging skin without the need for rinsing. Your mother’s skin will be feeling soft and smelling good. The Tena Wash Cream is extremely easy to use – just wipe it on and off!
Have you noticed anything new on our site lately? To help make your shopping experience easier, we’ve added a new online chat support where you can interact with a customer service representative during regular business hours, Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST.
At National Incontinence, we want to provide you multiple ways to contact us if you have a question on what type of adult diaper to choose or which disposable underwear works best for your needs. Some people may be too busy to make a phone call or maybe they’re too embarrassed, as urinary incontinence is still considered a taboo subject for many individuals. An online chat tool allows us to answer your questions without having to pick up the phone.