What disposable underwear is made just for women?
Women's leak-proof underwear that works as hard as you do
The hunt for the perfect incontinence underwear for women has found some treasures.
My Liberty sells products that make the grade for our own loved ones. We bring products to the Canadian market with the kind of quality we can be proud of. In 2021, our focus is on absorbent hygiene products.
At the same time, we are always researching the most advanced technologies to offer our customers for skin care and style.
Leaders in the disposable underwear sector have introduced gender-specific panties for women - and we are impressed. These are designed specifically for the unique body shapes and needs of women.
With an eye on trends this year, we are seeing more and more gender-specific underwear for men and women. Obviously developed with more refined "target" zones, both TENA and Prevail have launched new products especially for men and especially for women.
If it's time to get yourself or a loved one suited up - have a look at these new just-for-women underwear options from TENA and Prevail.
If you are leaking through your pad or washable incontinence underwear, you may need an upgrade. If you are experiencing troubles, your situation may have changed or was underestimated.
More choices than you might think
And, if you are new to the incontinence marketplace, chances are you have "adult diapers" or "depends" on your mind. Let us ease your mind -
The great news is that a competitive hygiene industry continues to introduce more highly absorbent, skin-protecting, odour-absorbing underwear, briefs or adult diapers, and pads unlike anything you have seen before.
The new just-for-women underwear has options for daytime needs and for overnight. The starting absorbency is at least twice what you can get with Depend - and we think the quality is also higher.
Don't settle for something off the shelf
Maybe the growing numbers of Baby Boomers can take the credit, but we are seeing big changes in modern incontinence products. As one customer said, "these aren't your grannie's panties!" We think she was saying "these are not harsh on your skin, noisy, smelly or leaky."
The trend is toward soft, cloth-like materials. If you shop for someone with dementia or Alzheimer's, you know how important it is to accommodate the need for familiar feels.
People who must switch from "regular" underwear to an adult diaper or incontinence underwear are more accepting of cloth-like products because these feel like their old underwear.
If you are shopping for yourself or your mother, heaven knows that you want the best you can afford and you don't want to settle for inadequate underwear now that you are aware there are better options.
TENA - for example - has introduced its 100% breathable technology called "ConfioAir", which allows humidity to evaporate to help maintain skin's natural moisure balance.
Prevail's women's incontinence underwear features its 360 Breathable Zones that allow air to circulate around the entire underwear and help prevent heat and moisture build up.
Both have a cotton-like feel.
Why care about breathability of your incontinence undies?
"Breathability" of your underwear helps keep skin dry and healthy by reducing friction. It allows liquid and odour to stay in while moisture evaporates, promoting better skin health and avoiding bladder infections.
One key factor in finding the right product is to make sure that any fluids are quickly absorbed away from the skin. It is important to focus on the health of the skin down under to avoid discomfort, rashes, and infections.
If you have "diaper rash" at your age, it's time to find a better product!
Like you, My Liberty is all about the "bottom line" (sorry for the bad pun!).
Incontinence underwear - like all other things - runs the gamut of prices. But, we have learned that in this world of managing incontinence, you really do get what you pay for.
Our experience tells us that a more expensive purchase often works out best for a budget. How can that be?
With a more absorbent, better fitting product (lots more stretch and sizing options), you simply don't need to constantly change or add a pad to avoid leaks.
Our goal is to fit you up with fewer changes, fewer skin infections or bladder infections. In the end, it is a savings when you are using 3 products a day instead of 5 or 6 or more.
My Liberty would love to see you get a good fit, and the right product. And, we are here to make sure that every customer gets the right product for their situation.
Note that our brands and best-sellers don't have to be specialized for men or women to be really effective. We are simply enthusiastic here about the new options for women who feel they want a specific approach.
One question we hear all the time is "How do I choose an incontinence product or underwear?" So for everyone who is curious - here's the breakdown:
Light Absorbency: capacity of up to 16 oz.
TENA ProSkin Protective Underwear for Women
Light to Moderate Absorbency - Daytime vs Overnight protection
Prevail Disposable Underwear for Women
Live life to the fullest with Prevail daytime and overnight protective underwear designed specifically for women - for those experiencing moderate leakage.
These have the look and feel of real underwear for comfortable and confident wear. The Prevail Women's underwear has gel technology that locks up wetness to keep you feeling dry and has a smooth stop sheet to keep skin dry, healthy and free of irritation.
Prevail's underwear also have gentle elastics to contour your body for a discreet fit.
Heavy Absorbency for Overnight Protection
TENA Women Super Plus Protective Underwear
- Cindy Clegg