Always Discreet Incontinence Pads for Women, Light - 30 ct

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So every once in a while, you get a little bladder leak. Nothing a period pad can't handle, right Not exactly. Because bladder leaks are different than periods. That's why you'll love Always Discreet liners Pad, made just for light bladder leaks. It's thin like a period liner, but works better, because it absorbs more and keeps you drier. The super absorbent core turns liquid and odor to gel, so you feel fresh and dry, all day. The specially designed side LeakGuards help stop leaks at the edges, where they happen most. And the thin and flexible design means you barely even know you're wearing it. Always Discreet Light pad let you go about your day with poise and confidence. And for the right incontinence protection for heavier bladder leaks, you're gonna love Always Discreet Liners and Underwear.

  • Absorbent pads that always ship discreetly, for incontinence or overactive bladder
  • Super absorbent core turns liquid and odor to gel, for fresh and dry protection
  • Exclusive OdorLock Technology neutralizes odors instantly and continuously
  • Leakguards help keep wetness away from sides
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Product Name Always Discreet Incontinence Pads for Women, Light - 30 ct
Package Count 30
Container Type bag
Country of Manufacture United States
Best For Incontinence
Ingredient Preference Made in the USA
Prop 65 No
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Remove pad from disposable wrapper, apply pad to underwear. To Dispose Remove pad from underwear, wrap in disposable wrapper, throw in trash. Do not throw pad in toilet.


Bladder control problems may be treated medically. Please consult your physician for professional advice. To avoid danger of suffocation, keep this plastic bag away from babies and children

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