Prevail® Extra Absorbency Underwear fits a wide range of wearers. It protects from leakage associated with moderate leakage, urge, and mixed incontinence. It is highly efficient in reducing odor and promoting skin health. The advanced discreet core technology built into the product provides exceptional performance with added comfort and discretion helping to maintain the dignity of the user.
This leading protective underwear goes beyond offering exceptional protection for men and women experiencing moderate leakage. It also helps support skin health and provides an incredibly comfortable and discreet fit.
This incontinence protective underwear is so soft you have to feel the difference. Through technological advances, First Quality has developed a new, innovative material that is softer, more comfortable, and feels even more like regular underwear. Its Comfort-Shape Plus with gentle elastics shape to the body and Skin Smart Fabric is soft against the skin. Breathable Zones allow skin to breathe for better skin health. QUICK WICK with MaxSoft rapidly absorbs wetness and built-in Odor Guard helps prevent odors.
This discreet fitting underwear offers exceptional protection and helps support skin health. Features include:
Make special note of the quantities that this product is available in as the quantity will vary with the size selected:
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