The suprima PU brief is perfect for severe bladder and bowel incontinence. It can be worn both as fixation pants for disposable pads and as additional protection over diapers.
The soft elasticated waistband and the breathable, tear resistant polyurethane offer maximum wearing comfort and protection against leaking fluids during activity as well as whilst lying down.
The PU brief can be washed at high temperatures and is suitable for tumble drying.
Material: 100% polyester, PU coating
Compatible TENA products: Extra, Extra Plus, Maxi, Maxi Night, Proskin Comfort.
Information on the manufacturer`s website https://www.suprima-gmbh.de/en/incontinence-briefs/2009/pu-brief-pull-on-style?number=1204-001
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Why use incontinence underwear instead of disposable diapers.
Disposable pants are very popular. But every time you have to change them, you have to undress to your shoes, which can be both unhygienic and uncomfortable. Especially when in public.
Solution – when using suprima underwear with disposable pads, you only change the pads. Pads are cheaper than disposable pants.
Pads also generate less waste than disposable pants and it can be said that the combination of incontinence underwear + pads is more environmentally friendly.
Advantages of incontinence underwear:
Cost effective. Washable pants last longer, because they can be washed again several times. This makes them a cost-effective and durable solution. The initial purchase price may seem expensive, but in the long run, washable underpants are cheaper to wear than disposable pants.
Discreet. Washable incontinence pants are thinner, meaning they are often more discreet and unnoticeable. Washable pants do not have a massive diaper look and are designed to look like regular pants.
Appearance. Washable underwear is available in different styles. Both men and women will find a model with a suitable look.