“Attends helped me”
When I contacted Attends I didn’t know what to expect, but they gave me just the help I needed.
54 years old. Consumer
“Attends for Men”
Before using the Attends for Men products, I always kept an eye out for where the nearest toilet was. Now I never have to worry about wetting myself in public again.
61 years old. Consumer
“Incontinence after birth”
I just wish I had found out about Attends sooner. That would have saved me a lot of frustration and wet jeans!
38 years old. Consumer
We were introduced to Attends Cover-Dri at the hospital during birth, and continued to buy it for the changing table at home.
30 years old. Consumer
Attends Slip Classic
- Resealable fixation system with four tapes to secure the pad in place
- For heavy urinary and/or faecal incontinence
- Breathable textilelike wings for support around the waist and comfort
- Leakage barriers reduce the risk of leakage
- Elasticated waistband for an improved fit
- The skin tolerability of Attends Slip Classic is dermatologically approved by proderm Institute for Applied Dermatological Research
How It Helps
Active Zone is the name given to the central part of the pad (also referred to as the Mid-50) that contains a relatively high percentage of the raw materials (fluff and SAP) compared to the edges (front and back) of the pad. It is generally accepted that the ‘pee point’ is situated in the centre of the pad which is why there is a need for high absorption and containment in this part of the product.
Quick-Dry is the name of the acquisition layer placed directly below the top sheet where the urine enters the pad. It quickly absorbs urine away from the skin and into the pad and prevents urine returning to the surface. The fibre structure is open when a gush of urine initially hits the pad and the urine is quickly led into the core of the pad to protect the skin. The urine cannot return to the surface, even under pressure.
The SAP in the core of the product locks urine away from the surface of the pad and from the skin, thereby reducing the risk of leakage. The more effectively urine is locked away inside the pad, the less risk of ammonia being formed. Ammonia is formed when urine comes into contact with oxygen and causes an unpleasant smell.
Skin tolerability is dermatologically approved by proderm Institute for Applied Dermatological Research