Women's sanitary protections

Bladder Weakness Pads

Urinary incontinence can affect all women, regardless of their age.

Saforelle is innovating with its Bladder Weakness Pads specially designed for women prone to light incontinence.

They provide triple-protection for women: anti-leak, anti-dampness and anti-odor. OEKO-TEX® Standard 100-certified, Saforelle Bladder Weakness Pads are convenient and discreet because they are so easy to carry on the go.

Developed to limit the risks of irritation and allergies, Saforelle Bladder Weakness Pads are clinically tested and are gentle on intimate areas.

 

Description

Composition

Mini:

Top sheet (100% organic cotton*: Organically Farmed, i.e. 7% of the total product); Acquisition layer (polyester); Absorbent core: 100% FSC® and TCF-certified wood cellulose (bleached without chlorine or chlorine derivatives) and superabsorbent sodium polyacrylate; Outer layer: biosourced film made from sugarcane; Adhesive

Normal & Maxi:

Top sheet (100% organic cotton*: Organically Farmed, i.e. 9% of the total product); Acquisition layer (polyester); Absorbent core: 100% FSC® and TCF-certified wood cellulose (bleached without chlorine or chlorine derivatives) and superabsorbent sodium polyacrylate; Outer cover: biosourced film made from sugarcane; Latex-free elastic (elastane); FSC®-certified silicone coated paper; Adhesive

Recommendations for use

  • Change your pad regularly
  • Wash daily with a gentle soap-free product, such as Gentle Cleansing Care

FAQs

Which size should you choose?

It depends on your needs. Saforelle Bladder Weakness Pads come in three sizes: Mini, Normal or Extra

How is the cotton bleached?

The cotton used in Saforelle Bladder Weakness Pads is bleached with hydrogen peroxide. The organic cotton is not bleached with chlorine.

Expert advice

For more information: consignesdetri.fr

Medical device manufactured by Drylock Technologies s.r.o, distributed by Pharma Laboratories. This medical device is a regulated health product that bears the CE mark under this regulation. February 2022