Free Sample of Poise Thin-Shape Pads & Fun Ways to #RecycleYourPeriodPad #Sponsored
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Free Sample of Poise Thin-Shape Pads & Fun Ways to #RecycleYourPeriodPad #Sponsored

Did you know that one in three women are suffering from light bladder leakage (LBL)? The likely causes of LBL include pregnancy, childbirth, aging, menopause, and lifestyle issues. If you experience leakage after sneezing, coughing, or intense movement, then you may want to discuss it with your doctor and seek advice on proper treatment. While it can be embarrassing to admit losing control of your bladder as an adult, it's important to know that LBL is a highly common problem and that you need to use the right kind of personal care products to help you stay dry, such as Poise pads and liners, which are designed specifically to manage urinary incontinence.


Poise recently launched the new and improved Poise Thin-Shape Pads, featuring a thin-flex® design that moves seamlessly with your body. They are up to 40% thinner than the original Poise Pads and are made with Super Absorbent Material (SAM), which allow users to stay 3x drier than leading period maxi pads! You can request a FREE sample kit and see how Poise Thin-Shape Pads provide you with comfort and superior LBL protection.

Now with Poise Thin-Shape Pads, you no longer have to worry about getting your favorite panties ruined by an LBL accident.

Do you think you can make do with period pads? Take a look at this side-by-side comparison between a Poise Moderate Absorbency Thin-Shape Pad and a regular-sized, thin maxi pad. As you can see from the pictures, the Poise pad (with the toy whale) has elastic sides and is shaped like a boat, whereas the maxi pad is flat, more like a surf board. The contoured design of Poise pads provides a better fit and more powerful leakage protection. The side view suggests that the new Poise pad is much thinner than the maxi pad and therefore more comfortable to wear.

If you are still using period pads for LBL, it's time to ditch them and switch to Poise! Don't want those bulky, unused period pads to go to waste? No worries! Besides period protection, period pads can serve a variety of other purposes as well. Here are a few examples of how you can recycle your period pad into something fun and functional.

1. Dusk Mask. Spring cleaning is here. It's often necessary to wear a dusk mask for respiratory protection. A maxi pad, fun stickers, and ribbon (preferably the stretchable kind) is all that you need to make this cute dusk mask. It's inexpensive, disposable, soft, good at capturing moisture, and best of all, one-of-a-kind!


2. Sleep Mask. Having trouble falling asleep? A piece of glossy paper, stickers and a long, wide ribbon will turn your maxi pad into a sleep mask like this. Easy and effective!

A maxi pad can also be repurposed into 3. Compact Powder Puff, 4. First Aid (for bleeding cuts or wounds), 5. Wipe (for spills), 6. Baby Proofing for Corners and Edges, 7. Nursing Pads, 8. Mopping Slippers (Just stick pads to the soles of your slippers), and more! Feel free to share other creative uses of period pads that you can think of.

Don't forget to get your free Poise Thin-Shape Pad sample kit and make the switch today!




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