If you are looking for a wear every day bladder control pad that is comfortable, discreet, and dependable; look no further than Prevail bladder control pads.
When you’re armed with Prevail bladder control pads, leaks can’t bring you down. These pads protect against light leakage, absorbing over 30% more wetness than both Poise and Always Discreet. Best of all, they are individually wrapped so you can grab, go, and get on with your day feeling fresh and worry-free.
Prevail bladder control pads are ideal for moderate to maximum incontinence protection. Prevail pads are contoured to discreetly fit your body shape, and they have a cloth-like outer fabric for comfort.
The patented Target Acquisition Zone and Blue Stay-Dry Strip wicks liquid away from the skin for maximum dryness and leakage protection. Each pad is individually-wrapped and features odor-neutralizing technology for extended odor control. Cushioned side shields and a long pad length ensure maximum coverage and leakage protection.
#1 in U.S. Healthcare
There is a reason PREVAIL is consistently ranked the #1 protective hygiene brand in U.S. Healthcare. Prevail is a leader in advancing new technologies for greater protection, comfort, and skin health and wellness.
Try Prevail bladder control pads for yourself! Call Rely Medical Supply today toll-free at 1-888-529-2308. Our phones are answered from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Central Standard Time. Our helpful and compassionate product experts are trained to help you select the right products for your personal needs. Call today and let one of our caring Product Experts help you select the right product to keep you clean, dry, and comfortable.
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