Let’s be honest … bladder control post child-bearing is the real deal, moms.
Well, I Guess It All Depends … Undergarments
Bladder leakage is a sad reality after having 3 children. Yup, we are GOING there (pun intended). I never thought I’d be browsing the aisle for incontinence products, but if I want to take the kids to the trampoline park or even attempt box jumps at Crossfit, you best believe I need some extra protection. If you had asked me 5 years ago whether I thought this would ever be an issue, my answer would have been NO. Not me! Never! But take one trip out to Sector 6 or Bookoo Bounce with your kids and … get back to me. Based on informal market research, I know I am not alone … and Depend Silhouette Active Fit are the perfect solution. New Depend Silhouette Active Fit briefs feature a cloth-like fabric that is smooth under clothes. Millions of people experience bladder leakage and choose to wear Depend Underwear everyday so that they can live their life to the fullest!
Depend Silhouette Active Fit are thin, comfortable and – maybe most importantly – discreet. You can wear them under yoga pants at the gym or with jeans while jumping on the trampoline and nobody would be the wiser. They give you the confidence to live an active life without worrying about leakage. I can play hopscotch without worry. I can teach my kids how to jump rope without accidentally peeing my pants. In fact did you know that more people with bladder leakage are in their 20’s than their 80’s?!
Here are some more facts:
- Depend is not just for old people! Depend is for all ages and bladder leakage is a common condition affecting 51 million women
- The average age of someone with bladder leakage is 52!
- More people with bladder leakage are 50 or younger than 60 or older. Yes, you read that right
The Depend brand is also entering year two of Underwareness, a social movement and charitable cause to break down the bladder leakage stigma. As part of Underwareness, Depend is encouraging people to show their support for women with bladder leakage. For every photo and video shared using #Underwareness, the Depend brand will donate $1, up to $3 million, through 2016 to fund charities that advance the research and education of bladder leakage.