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Seni Shaped Pads Night

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About product

Seni Shaped Pads Night are perfect for both active and immobile people, promote skin breathability, and are discreet and easy to change.

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physical condition mobile/immobile
incontinence level
heavy
fecal incontinence

Premium Shaped Pads Night are perfect for both active and immobile people.

  • Designed without side wings clinging to the hips for freedom of movement and increased discretion
  • Wear with supporting pants or normal underwear to ensure a perfect fit
  • Double absorbent core provides high absorbency and feeling of dryness
  • Superabsorbent locks in moisture to prevent skin irritation. Locking urine inside the core also reduces bacterial growth and helps contain odor.
  • Fully breathable outer layer allows humidity to evaporate to promote a skin-friendly microclimate
  • Hydrophobic standing side gathers for better protection
  • Extra Dry System (EDS) non-woven layer for quick and effective absorption
  • Double wetness indicator helps caregiver know when changing is necessary
  • Not made with natural rubber latex
  • Pad length 27”

They should be worn with elastic, snug fitting underwear such as Seni Supporting Pants.

Seni Shaped Pads Night

product properties

packaging information

DIMENSIONS pcs in pack
27.2" 30

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