DRY & COOL’s Incontinence pants for daytime wetting can help your child because they can absorb urine, are cool looking and at the same time look like normal underpants.Read more
Washable incontinence pants
They can be washed to up to 60 degrees and can be washed multiple times. They will only shrink max 5%. We recommend that you do not tumble dry the incontinence underpants, so that they keep their shape and stay looking nice for longer. Before using the incontinence underpants, they must be washed to optimize suction.
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Incontinence pants for boys
Incontinence briefs for girls
Incontinence pants for men
Incontinence pants for women
Cool vibrating watches
Washable incontinence pants: For daytime usage
Do you or your child have problems with retaining urine during the daytime? With a pair of washable incontinence pants you can avoid visible wet pants and they are especially suited for daytime use. The pants look like normal underpants but can absorb a small accident or two, so a mishap can be kept hidden. We have products for both children, men and women. For the boys we have them in 2 levels of absorption.
Washable incontinence underwear
It is often a challenge to find incontinence underwear that looks cool and at the same time absorb accidents. We have tried to make our washable incontinence underwear as absorptive as possible, without making them feel uncomfortable and awkward. They also feel nice to wear and are made of 95% cotton and 5% elastane. The absorbing layer is breathable and anti-bacterial.
Vibrating watches for daytime incontinence
In order to help the child remember to go to the toilet, one can successfully give the child a vibration watch on the arm that can remind the child of toilet times. We have smart and easy-to-use watches for this purpose, which of course can also show the clock and date. The watch can vibrate and make a noise 8 times a day. These watches - together with the incontinence pants - can help the child have an as normal school day as possible without classmates notising the incontinence issue.