About Cardinal Health Wings Insert Pads, Heavy Absorbency
Cardinal Health’s Wings Insert Pads, Super Absorbent, are suitable for moderate to heavy incontinence and helps to keep you dry and comfortable. Use inside underwear, pull up, or brief. These insert pads are individually wrapped for convenience and to make them easy to bring along when you’re traveling or on-the-go. The core is odor neutralizing to help you feel fresh and clean. Each insert pad has a full adhesive strip to keep the pad secure and in place while you move throughout your day. This design has advanced targeted core zoning for superior dryness. The material is soft, breathable, and cloth-like, making it comfortable to touch. The insert pads are contoured to fit comfortably and discreetly.
Key Benefits and Features
- Contoured shape for discretion and comfort.
- Odor neutralizing core keeps you feeling and smelling fresh and clean throughout your day.
- Individually wrapped for convenience and not made with natural rubber latex.
- Advanced targeted core zoning for superior dryness, and has a full length adhesive strip to adhere securely to your underwear.
- Material is soft, breathable, and cloth-like.
Who should be using this product?
Men or women who could benefit from the security provided by incontinence insert pads.
How do you use this product?
Adhere to underwear.
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Cardinal Health Wings Heavy Absorbency Insert Pad FAQs
How do you get the pad to stay in place?
Use the full-length adhesive strip that is on the bottom of each pad to adhere to your underwear. This adhesive strip helps to keep your pad secure and in place throughout the day.
How long can I wear my pad?
You should be changing out your pads several times per day. Use as needed and change out once used.
What is the correct way to put on a pad?
Align the pad onto the underwear liner and try and position it under where you experience the most leakage. Use the adhesive strip to apply the insert pad to your underwear and secure it in place.
Can I wear 2 pads?
If you are experiencing very heavy incontinence that is too heavy for insert pads, you may want to consider a pull up or brief. Doubling up on pads typically is not recommended, and is not the most effective way to protect against heavy incontinence.