Don’t let incontinence stop you from living your life. Take control with our wide range of incontinence products, featuring everything from adult diapers to pads and guards to protective bedding and urine stain removers. Our products come from the most trusted brands in continence care—Tena, Tranquility, Attends, Prevail, Abena, Depend and many more! For children, we also offer bedwetting alarms—the most effective way to end nighttime wetting accidents. And for women experiencing incontinence due to childbirth or age, we offer kegel exercisers to help strengthen your pelvic floor muscles.

Whether you struggle with daytime accidents or nighttime wetting, our incontinence products allow you to stay active during the day and sleep soundly through the night!

The Best Incontinence Supplies You'll Need

Men's Washable Boxer Briefs

Urinary incontinence, or the inability to control one’s bladder, is a treatable condition that affects more than 200 million adults in the world. The condition is a symptom of an underlying cause, such as diabetes, pregnancy, menopause, weak pelvic floor muscles, or prostate problems. People often think that incontinence only affects women and elderly adults, but anyone – regardless of gender – can experience bladder control problems at any age.

Treatments for incontinence include kegel exercises, biofeedback, bladder retraining, medication, and surgery. To manage symptoms, many people rely on absorbent undergarments like disposable briefs and bladder pads. It can be difficult for first-time buyers to choose an incontinence product, as there are many different types and styles. You also need to take into consideration skin health and mattress protection. So, whether you have stress incontinence or urge incontinence, here are the essential products you’ll need to stay protected, dry, and clean:

  1. Try incontinence pads for light bladder leakage.

    Thin and lightweight, bladder pads are worn with your own underwear, and often have an adhesive backing for secure placement. Incontinence pads for men, or male guards, are contoured to better fit the male anatomy. Bladder pads are easy to remove and are the most discreet option.

  2. Use adult briefs for heavy incontinence and extended wear.

    Commonly called adult diapers, adult briefs offer the most absorbency, featuring thick polymers and side fasteners that apply from front to back. Adult diapers are also ideal for individuals with limited mobility, as they can be changed while the user is sitting or lying down. Tranquility ATN diapers are popular because they have an absorbent core that neutralizes odors and maintains skin dryness.

  3. Keep your dignity with protective underwear.

    Also known as adult pull ups, these disposables are pulled up and down like real underwear. They can be used for medium to heavy incontinence, and often feature odor control and leak guards. Some styles easily tear open at the side, making it easier for removal.

  4. Gain confidence with washable, attractive underwear.

    If wearing plastic diapers or pads aren’t your thing, the Wearever washable underwear may be just what you’re looking for. They look and feel like regular women’s and men’s underwear, so you can stay active and comfortable all day long. Designed for light incontinence, the underwear have a sewn-in absorbent pad that is not bulky, yet very effective. Plus, they last up to 200 washings, which make them an economical alternative over disposables.

  5. Reusable Underpads
  6. Protect your skin with a barrier cream.

    People with incontinence – especially if they’re bedridden – should take precautions to prevent diaper rashes and pressure sores. A protective ointment, or diaper rash cream, creates a shielding layer on the skin to keep it moisturized and safe from irritation and breakdown.

  7. Keep the mattress dry by using an underpad.

    Washable underpads help protect the mattress and furniture from incontinence and bedwetting, which in turn, decreases your laundry loads. Offered in flat or tuck-in styles, underpads are soft to the touch and great for quick changes in the middle of the night. Disposable underpads are also available for travel.

  8. Get an adult diaper disposal system.

    Instead of using regular plastic bags to dispose of your soiled diapers, try the Janibell Diaper Pail. It features a spring loaded trap door that helps keep odors from overpowering your bedroom. The diaper pail looks like an ordinary trash can and is also hands-free, as it has an ergonomic foot pedal. This makes disposal of your use incontinence products easy, discreet, and hygienic.