Have Incontinence? Take Back Control Of Your Body
This March we will be celebrating Women’s History Month, taking the time to recognize women who have made significant historical advances in the social, economic, cultural and political spheres.
Like these women, who are an inspiration to others, our goal at Finess is to empower women to take control of their health. Having to manage everyday stresses like work and family often means that health and comfort are put on the back burner. Add on the shame associated with openly discussing our female bodies and you can understand why women who suffer from stress urinary incontinence (SUI) decide to deal with the discomfort of bladder leaks in silence.
Let’s Talk About Stress Urinary Incontinence
Women! Wanting to be your healthiest self and feel confident is something we should pursue, not hide.
1 in 3 women in the United States suffers from stress urinary incontinence, so it’s likely that one of your closest girlfriends is dealing with the same bladder issue as you. Perhaps you’ve resorted to using disposable incontinence pads, or other uncomfortable bladder leakage products, to manage those unexpected leaks. Now there is a new solution!
Finess Stops Bladder Leaks Before They Happen
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 incontinence solution that has been cleared by the FDA for non-prescription use. To use Finess, you simply 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. Finess gives you peace of mind, so that you don’t need to worry when you sneeze, laugh, or exercise .
“I’m always elated to see new products that give women the power that they need over their bodies, so my hat is off to the team over at Finess.”- blogger, Rae Lewis-Thorton
Try Finess for a more confident you!
Want to learn more about stress urinary incontinence or hear other women’s stories? Check out some of our other articles.