Feature Friday: Bladder Leaks Don’t Have To Dampen Your Holiday
Imagine…You’ve been waiting in the checkout line for 20 minutes to purchase the perfect gift for your daughter. You’re just two people away from being THE BEST MOM EVER when suddenly, you sneeze and…leak.
It’s officially the holiday season and that means spending countless hours shopping at stores where there may not be convenient restrooms around when you experience an ‘oops’ moment.
Perhaps you’re like blogger Dwana, who at age 45, adopted her mother’s, “hit every restroom on the way out” mantra, or maybe you’ve gone so far as to “start using menstrual pads as buffers for bladder leaks”.
Whatever you’ve done to cope with stress urinary incontinence in the past, don’t let bladder leaks dampen your Christmas spirit this season! As Dwana puts it, “menstrual pads are not meant to hold urine. They ultimately inflate and hold liquid. Not cute. So what is a gal to do?”
Finess: A Comfortable Solution to Bladder Leaks
Finess is a small, foam, disposable patch that gently seals over the urethral opening to stop bladder leaks before they happen. It is the first and most clinically tested solution for bladder leakage that has been cleared by the FDA for non-prescription use. To use Finess, just place it over the urethral opening, and the specially formulated, hydrogel adhesive seals into place so you’re secure until you remove and replace it at your next bathroom visit. Dwana uses Finess for those times when she may sneeze, cough, laugh or is unable to hold her pee until she can get to a restroom.
Dwana raves, “Finess is a great product. It is easy to apply. (It simply sticks on) It is clean, small, easy to carry and easy to dispose of. It is soft. It is easy to hold. It is easy to remove. (It peels off easier than a band-aid.) It is odorless. AND BEST OF ALL, it works.”
Try Finess for a drier, more confident you!
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