Wearever® Introduces Maximum Absorbency Incontinence Briefs And Panties
The Wearever incontinence underwear line features the innovative Unique-dri™ three-layer absorbent padding that traps liquid and reduces odors. The pad's top layer lets liquid in; the middle layer moves liquid out toward the edges so it doesn't pool and, therefore, resists bacteria growth and odor; and the urethane bottom layer prevents leak and contains the moisture within the undergarment. Utilizing this Unique-dri™ padding, the new Maximum Absorbency Briefs and Panties offer superior protection so even people with severe urinary incontinence can wear them with confidence.
"No one should have to worry about bladder control with our newest maximum absorbency product," said Mandy Harrell, brand manager of Wearever. "Since these briefs and panties can hold up to 20 ounces of liquid, people can not only continue their lifestyle, but they can also rest easy through the night. The new product and our entire Wearever line are especially beneficial for active individuals who want to continue their normal routine without worry or emotional stress resulting from urinary incontinence."
Like traditional underwear, the Maximum Absorbency Briefs and Panties are reusable and can be machine washed up to several hundred times. A single pair of Men's Maximum Absorbency Briefs retails for $22.95 and a single pair of Women's Maximum Absorbency Panties retails for $17.99. Each pair has optimal stretch to maintain all-day comfort and fit, and can also be purchased in 3-packs and 6-packs. They are offered in a white cotton/poly material, and in sizes small to XXXL for both men's and women's styles.
The Wearever line also offers incontinence underwear in light and moderate absorbencies with additional style offerings. For women's panties, that includes cotton, cotton blend, lace and nylon microfiber fabrics in classic styling, as well as men's briefs and boxer briefs. All Wearever styles provide a more environmentally friendly, comfortable, stylish and affordable solution compared to the alternative, adult diapers. To learn more, visit www.WeareverUS.com.
Posted August 6, 2013