I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Depend. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for my participation.
I don’t know about you, but ALL of the moms that I know are busy, whether they are full time work outside the home moms, part-time job moms, or stay at home moms! Every mom I know is busy, active, and generally living a crazy schedule!
But here’s a secret that all these moms (and ladies with no children too!) may not want you to know. Over 51 million women – or 1 in 3 American women – experience bladdar leakage. The causes are varied, including pregnancy, childbirth, and diabetes. So chances are, if you are looking at a mom out there, there’s a chance she could be suffering from bladder leakage. Bladder leakage can strike anywhere – after a sneeze, a good belly laugh, or at the gym after a long run! Any if you’re a busy woman, ain’t no body got time for THAT!! But at the same time, active women don’t want to wear anything that resembles a diaper! Even in middle age, we still want cute underwear!!! That’s where Depend comes in.
In honor of the millions of women who need a different kind of underwear, Depend has created Silhouette Active Fit briefs! These are moderate-absorbency briefs, like look, fit, and feel more like regular underwear – PLUS, it’s available in black as well as beige!
Check out the reaction of three women who have their first visit at an “Underwear Only” gym…where all the underwear is Depend Silhouette Active Fit!
Ladies, these really do look more like volleyball or bike shorts than you would think! They have a lower rise, so they feel more like regular briefs than granny panties! And they have a cloth-like fabric, so they are smooth under your clothes – although not as smooth as a thong, they are certainly more absorbent than one!
Plus, Depend is stepping up their charitable game! For every photo and video shared using #Underwareness, (Depend’s campaign to end bladder leakage stigma)Depend will donate $1, up to $3 million, through 2016 to fund charities that advance the research of bladder leakage. So head to Twitter or Facebook and tweet away!!!