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A pull-on protective underwear for more active lifestyles.
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Attends Advanced Protective Underwear are worn under clothing like regular underwear and provide an alternative to briefs for active and mobile individuals. This premium product is designed with a soft, Breathable Waistband, which helps promote skin wellness. ConfidenceCuff™ Protection helps prevent leaks around the legs, and the Super Absorbent Core helps pull wetness away from the skin to keep you dry. Attends Advanced Underwear is recommended for moderate to heavy incontinence. Tear-away side panels make removal fast and easy.
  • Breathable Waistband
  • ConfidenceCuff™ Protection
  • Super Absorbent Core
  • Premium Softness
  • Odor Shield

Attends Advanced Underwear

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