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Attends Bariatric Underwear Offers Extra Absorbency and Coverage

December 23, 2016

Attends Bariatric Underwear (#AU50) provides extra absorbency and coverage to help keep you dry and comfortable. Attends protective underwear is ideal for moderate to heavy incontinence protection during the day or night.This easy on and off protective garment is a pullup brief that does not have any tapes or tabs, so you pull it up and down like you would regular underwear.

This disposable pull-up underwear features a super absorbent core that is longer and wider, providing everyday incontinence protection for larger sized women and men. It is made up of  two layers – an acquisition layer and a super-absorbent polymer.  These layers work together to direct fluids into the core and pull it away from the user’s skin. This not only helps keep skin dry and prevent diaper rashes, but also helps to control odors.

The protective underwear’s stretchy cloth side panels are breathable to better promote dry, healthy skin. The comfortable elastic waistband provides full coverage to prevent leaks. Sized for larger individuals, Attends Bariatric Underwear fits waist sizes 68” to 80”.

Attends Bariatric Underwear XXL is available in discreet packaging in a pack of 12 and a case of 48. Be sure to check out our full selection of bariatric briefs for larger sized individuals.

Attends Bariatric Underwear (#AU50) can be purchased in the Rely Medical Supply online store. If you need expert advice about selecting the right product to manage your incontinence, please call our toll-free number (888) 529-2308. Rely Medical Supply representatives will be happy to help you with product selection and can even take your order over the phone.

Shop relymedical.com for a full range of incontinence products including diapers/briefs, protective underwear, bladder control pads, booster pads, underpads (chux), gloves, wipes, odor control, and skin care products.




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