Incontinence Pads & Liners are designed for both men and women for daytime, as well as night time protection. Incontinence pads and liners are used inside regular underwear and can absorb as much as many full-size adult briefs, but in a more compact size. Pads and liners are ideal for the person who is mobile and able to use the toilet.
How to Choose an Incontinence Pad
An incontinence pad is a soft, flow-through pad designed to fill to capacity and then pass additional fluid into the primary garment. Easy to change and dispose of, you might choose a pad if you find that you are continually filling up and leaking through your current garment or pad. Selecting the correct booster pad for you will depend heavily upon your preferred comfort level, current incontinence device and level of urinary leakage. A double-layered booster pad is twice as thick as regular pads, and can be double or triple-layered for added protection. If you experience only a light or moderate amount of extra urinary leakage, a moderate protection incontinence pad may be the ideal selection for you.
Different Shapes of Booster Pads and Diaper Doublers
A contoured pad lines the top of any disposable brief or undergarment to increase its liquid holding capacity. A contoured pad substantially improves user comfort by eliminating leaks, rashes and nighttime chafing that can occur from garment changes. Contoured pads are designed with a unique, glass shape while providing extra absorption.
A rectangular, stackable pad is a lightweight way to provide extra absorption within a disposable brief or undergarment. Featherweight and equipped with super absorbent polymers that effectively contain liquid, rectangular and stackable pads are an easy, quick way to add an extra layer of liquid containment to any disposable brief or undergarment while retaining comfort and reducing excess chafing or irritation. Sackable pads are lightweight enough to be effectively and comfortably layered within most garments.