#Depend: Silhouette Active Fit a Healthy Choice

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Depend Silhouette Active Fit

Yes. You read that right. #Depend: Silhouette Active Fit a Healthy Choice

Isn’t it the goal of most people to stay healthy? What are we told no matter where we look: “keep active to stay healthy”. Well, what if you have an issue like bladder leakage? The last thing you want to do is put yourself in a position for an accident to happen.

Did you know that bladder leakage is a common after effect of childbirth? I can speak about this issue because I have experienced it in the past.  For some it remains an issue for the rest of their adult life.

Did You Know…

  • Depend is not just for old people! Depend is for all ages and bladder leakage is a common condition affecting 51 million women.
  • More people with bladder leakage are in their 20’s than their 80’s.
  • The average age of someone with bladder leakage is 52!
  • More people with bladder leakage are 50 or younger than 60 or older.
  • New Depend Silhouette Active Fit briefs feature a cloth-like fabric that is smooth under clothes.
  • Millions of people experience bladder leakage and choose to wear Depend Underwear everyday so that they can live their life to the fullest!

Depend provides a variety of discreet products that help people regain their freedom and get their lives back, including: Silhouette Active Fit.

Depend Silhouette Active Fit briefs are a new moderate-absorbency brief that feature a thin design for complete comfort with the trusted protection of the Depend brand and a lower rise+ for an underwear-like look, fit and feel. As a category first, the product is available in black and beige colors.

Allow me to show you this product…

If we are going to remain active while experiencing bladder leakage, we need a product that inspires confidence and one we can rely on to help keep the issue a private one. #Depend: Silhouette Active Fit does just that. No one will know you are wearing these briefs. Yes. They are comfortable as well.

The Depend brand is also entering year two of Underwareness, a social movement and charitable cause to break down the bladder leakage stigma. As part of Underwareness, Depend is encouraging people to show their support for women with bladder leakage. For every photo and video shared using #Underwareness, the Depend brand will donate $1, up to $3 million, through 2016 to fund charities that advance the research and education of bladder leakage. 

Get Your Free Sample

Click on over to the Depend landing page where you can claim your free sample by clicking on the “Get a Sample” button located at the top right-hand side of the screen. Then, select which sample you would like to receive and wait for them to arrive. That’s all there is to it.

Until next time…

Geek Girl

Geek Grandma

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  1. jacquiegum says:

    I love the commercials! I think they have gone some distance in erasing the stigma of bladder leakage. And I have friends who use these and love them! Although I don't have the problem…yet…I wouldn't hesitate for one minute to use these.

    • cheryltherrien says:

      They really are a great product. It's nice to know they exist for if or when you might need them.

  2. Susan cooper says:

    Well I must say, I like Depends “Drop Your Pants for UnderAwareness” a whole lot better than that stupid Always Discreet “Hey, Pee Happens!” tagline. The first time I heard that commercial I was like REALLY?! it must bother more than me because it’s listed on the commercialsihate.com website. Depends awareness campaign is a great idea and should eliminate some of the embarrassment surrounding this issue.

    • cheryltherrien says:

      I agree! Depend does a much better job and they have great products.

  3. emfoodcoach says:

    I like that they really do look like underwear. I would imagine that there is nothing worse as an adult than having to put on anything that feels like a diaper. I did wonder how much they cost as something that looks to be disposable. But I imagine the price is worth it when it gives you your life back.

  4. Depend didn't have this style when my husband, who was in failing health, had to wear Depends. It really saps your pride when you feel you're wearing a diaper.

  5. It's sad that such a stigma is attached to bladder leakage. All of us most likely know people, even young, with the problem. Must be awful. There was a televison program about how young women get it after giving birth and it was so sad to hear what they had to say. Depend sounds like a good idea.

  6. Arleen says:

    Your video was great. It is great the Depends has come with a product that no one will know you are wearing them with better advertising. I can remember when no one would talk about Erectile Dysfunction and now it is all you see because the commercials have made it OK to have the problem.

  7. JeriWB says:

    Adult undergarments have come such a long way and thank goodness for that. It says something for their advertising campaigns that so many people who don't even need the product remember their efforts. Nice also to see you post a video about Depends.

  8. patweber says:

    Maybe when I need them they will be even better! Thanks for the video and for letting us know Depends is donating to a fund for bladder leakage awareness.