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Always Discreet Because #PeeHappens

“I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Always Discreet. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for my participation.”

Hey neighbors!

I was so exited to have the opportunity to try out Always Discreet products.  I just turned 50 and after having 6 children, yes, I experience leakage.  Now, it doesn't happen all the time, but it happens often enough that I was more than happy to experience the benefits of Always Discreet.  I received both the Always Discreet Pads and a few samples of their Always Discreet Underwear.

There is no reason to be embarrassed by having a sensitive bladder.  Were you aware that 1 in 3 women experience leakage.  More than 40 million American women experience bladder leakage, but only 1 in 9 are using a product actually designed for incontinence.  Many women use adult diapers, which are extremely bulky, or they use period protection.  Always Discreet provides us with a suitable alternative.  It is specifically made to give you the protection and freedom you need, created specifically for incontinence.

I personally experience incontinence.  My husband and yes, even my children are aware of this.  If I cough too hard, or sneeze excessively, and sometimes when I bend too fast, you guessed it.... #PeeHappens.  We play volleyball as a family and if I dodge too quickly for the ball, I experience bladder leakage.  My older daughters catch on quickly when this occurs and they offer a distraction if I need to disappear for a moment or two.  Of course then there are the times when it turns into a joke.  That is when someone warns about a wet spot on the court!  Fortunately for them I am not overly sensitive about this as it is something that naturally occurs as women age.  I don't know how many times I have had to change outfits right before leaving because I sneezed.  It sure makes allergy season interesting!

Presently I prefer the Always Discreet Pads, but I do know that there will be occasions when the Always Discreet Underwear may be more appropriate.  The pads have given me an added confidence.  I can even face allergy season knowing I won't be embarrassed by "wet spots".

The Always Discreet Pads are up to 40% thinner and absorb twice as much fluid as most women will need.    One of the features I appreciate is the Dual Leak Guard barriers to help prevent leaking around the leg holes.  Nothing more embarrassing then wondering if something is dripping down your leg.  I also like the OdorLock™ technology that helps prevent odors.  I don't think I even need to explain this one.

Check out Always Discreet's credentials:
o   Good Housekeeping Seal & Product of the Year Best New Product Award for Always Discreet liners, pads and underwear
o   Better Homes & Gardens Best New Product Award for Always Discreet liners

Be sure to follow Always Discreet on their social media:
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I encourage my neighbors At the Fence to check out Always Discreet Underpants and Pads.  Don't be embarrassed, because #PeeHappens.

Thanks for stopping by and see you soon!


Karen said…
Thanks for the review of these items, my mother really needs to give these a try!

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