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Saturday, May 30, 2015

REVIEW -- Leak-Control Underwear for Men and Women

Leak-Control Underwear for Men and Women

Do you deal with a few surprises here and there? Do you ever leak a little or have uh-oh moments? Wearever’s stylish and comfortable underwear styles tackle life’s surprises so you can live to the fullest with confidence.

Wearever Women's and Men's Underwear: Choose Wearever Underwear for maximum protection and reusability for an active lifestyle at any age. Our selection of absorbent male and female undergarments feature sewn-in Unique-Dri™ pads that trap liquid and are treated with odor reducing Agion™ antimicrobial fibers. Whether you have minor leaks or major ones from working out, laughing, or chasing children or grandchildren, these underwear help you feel protected and comfortable. Most importantly, these underwear help maintain your dignity since they look and feel just like traditional underwear! Say goodbye to disposable pads and adult diapers once and for all. Wearever offers a variety of styles to meet every preference and come with light, moderate and heavy absorbency options depending on what you need. They are also more environmentally friendly contributing zero waste per year compared to more than 1,100 to 1,500 adult diapers sent to landfills per person. They're less expensive, saving the average user about $500 a year over the cost for disposables since you can wash and re-use Wearever products hundreds of times. What are you waiting for? Make the switch today!
As I get older, the need for incontinence underwear grows. My legs just don't work as quickly as they used to, so I can't always make it to the bathroom in time. Then I end up in a crying jag because I'm embarrassed that I tinkled in my pants.

But buying Always Discreet and/or Depend Silhouette undergarments can be expensive, especially if you only get a one time use out of each pair. Couple that with latex allergies (which I sadly have) and you're literally throwing your money away.

Because I'm still in the reproductive years, using my feminine pads as 'leak shields' takes them away from the times I really will need them.

This is why I LOVE Wearever's panty line. They look and feel like real undies. They are made of normal 'undies' fabrics, like cotton, nylon and lace, so there's no chance of a latex reaction.

This is my third pair of Wearever panties that I've been fortunate enough to receive for review (As of this writing, I still owe a review for my 2nd pair) and this time, I chose the Cotton Straight Leg Incontinence Panty.

^^stock photo of the style I chose^^

What I like about these is that they resemble mens' boxer briefs. I tend to get sore and raw in the leg creases from the elastic bands rubbing against my skin due to the way I walk. These don't rub or bind against my legs, letting me be pain free.

The pad in the crotch is VERY absorbent, but I would have liked some sort of 'barrier' between the pad and the outside of the panties. I had a bit of a leakage problem this past week and the wetness went right through the pad into my pants. I didn't think I tinkled a large amount, but this kind of defeated the purpose of wearing the undies to stop my clothes from being soaked with urine.

Disabled people shouldn't have a problem with these. As long as a disabled person can put underwear on by themselves, they will be able to use these undies just fine.

Please visit Wearever's websites for more info:

And, when you do visit their website, please keep in mind: Support Multiple Sclerosis Foundation With Wearever Purchases This June

Wearever will donate $1 for every single pair, $1 for three-pack and $1 for six-pack purchases from the Wearever men's and women’s underwear lines between June 1 and 30 to the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. Wearever is partnering with the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation to increase education and advocacy for the disease and to provide support to those with MS that experience urinary incontinence. According to many studies, incontinence occurs in at least 80 percent of people with MS.

Throughout the month of June 2015, Wearever will donate $1 for single pairs, and $1 for three-pack and $1 for six-pack purchases of its men and women's underwear back to the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. This includes all sizes, styles, colors and purchases in singles, three-packs and six-packs from the Wearever men and women's underwear lines. To learn more, visit www.WeareverIncontinence.com.

I love Wearever underwear. I feel more confident that any accidents I may have while wearing them will not be known.

**As per FTC guidelines, I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Only compensation I received is the product(s) mentioned above. All opinions are my own and your usage/results may vary.**

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