Incontinence Pads

Plus Briefs

This product is designed to be used by people who are incontinent

Absorbency: 1950-2900ml

Features of the Products
1. Elastic waistband with re-usable tape to secure
2. Special funnel-shaped transfer layer provides increased absorbency
3. Wetness indicators provide extra assistance to carers;
4. Super absorbent locking-water polymer and deodorizing ingredient are specially added;
5. Standing gathers prevent leakage and provides more protection.

Specifications of the Products
Size          Dimension (mm*mm)     Pcs/bag     Bags/Ctn      Hip Size     Absorbency (ml)
Medium           800*650                      10               8              28*45              1950
Large              920*760                      10                8              31*58              2300
X Large         1030*840                      10                8              34*62              2900

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Maxi Briefs

Similar to plus briefs, this product is also designed to be used by people who are incontinent

Absorbency: 3100-4200ml

Features of the Products
1. Unique magic tape can be used repeatedly, conveniently to adjust freely without sticking on the skin;
2. Standing gathers provide additional comfort and reliability;
3. Special cloth-like cottony back-sheet provides extra softness and comfort;
4. Special funnel-shaped absorbent layer with locking-water & deodorizing ingredient eliminates odours and keeps client extra dry;
5. 360° stretch waistband is better fitted.

Specifications of the Products
Size             Dimension (mm*mm)     Pcs/bag           Bags/Ctn              Hip Size              Absorbency (ml)
Medium               800*650                   12                    6                        28*45                        2400
Large                  920*760                    12                   6                        31*58                        3100
X Large             1030*840                    12                   6                        34*62                        4200

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