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.
Looks like Depend isn’t the only incontinence brand with a new advertising campaign.
SCA, global hygiene and forest products company, announced last week that they’re launching a new brand packaging for their TENA pads, making it easier for women with a leaky bladder to choose incontinence pads based on their lifestyle.
Instead of labeling most of its urinary incontinence products based on absorbency level – something that many incontinence brands, like Kimberly-Clark’s Poise, do – TENA will now be using the terms, “Stylish, Active, and Anywhere.”
Tony Siragusa, former NFL player and host of DIY Network’s “Man Caves”, is telling men who experience a little leak here and there to “guard their manhood” with Depend Guards and Shields, Ad Age reports.
Siragusa is the official spokesman for Depend’s first-ever ad campaign, “Guard Your Manhood“, aimed at men who suffer from light bladder leakage, a condition that affects 23 million men, according to Kimberly-Clark Corp.
Oftentimes, men begin to experience prostate gland problems as they get older. Bladder control problems may arise from an enlarged prostate or due to prostate cancer surgery. In fact, as many as 50% of men report urinary leakage in the first few weeks following prostate surgery and even after six months, 10-25% of patients will not have regained full bladder control, according to the National Association for Continence.
Fortunately, male guards are specifically designed to help men manage their urine dribbling issues. Ideal for light urinary incontinence, guards for men feature a contoured or tapered design to fit the male anatomy. Many incontinence pads for men have an adhesive strip on the back that stick onto the user’s own briefs or disposable underwear. Below are some of the most popular male guards:
Over the years, our Vinyl Pants have been one of the best-selling products. Here are the top four reasons why:
- Vinyl pants help prevent leaks.
Designed to be worn over incontinence pants or adult diapers, vinyl pants feature elastic legs and waist to help keep the disposable undergarment from leaking. The added protection provides users extra confidence while they go to work, school, or other public outings. These pants can also be used for nighttime use, helping to keep the mattress dry from potential leaks.