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Frequently Asked Questions

Think of a booster pad as your extra line of defence against leaks. Booster pads are designed to sit neatly inside of your pants or slips to give you added absorption.

While our booster pads are absorbent, they’re intended for use inside a pull-up or slip.

Our advice is to change your booster pad (and other incontinence aids) as soon as they’re wet or soiled. This makes sure your skin stays happy, healthy and hygienic!

Absolutely! You can use a booster pad inside of your regular incontinence aid for an added boost of absorbency so you can have an uninterrupted, restful nights’ sleep.

Disposing of booster pads is easy - simply roll the booster, wrap it in some toilet paper and throw it into the regular garbage. You can even place it into a plastic bag before disposing to help minimise any odours.

Please remember the planet (and your pipes!) when disposing of them by not flushing them down the toilet.

Give pull up pants and slips a boost with our booster pads!

Booster pads are designed to add an additional layer of absorbency to incontinence products such as pull-ups and all-in-one wrap-arounds (nappy or diaper style). They are attached to the inner lining of the pull-up or wrap-around via an adhesive and are soft and comfortable to wear. They are designed without the typical non-porous back-sheet that prevents leakage in other incontinence pads, so that urine can pass through and be absorbed by the outer incontinence aids. In this way the booster pad shares the absorbency role with the outer continence management aid. You may decide to use booster pads on a regular basis for added confidence or only for specific situations such as longer periods away from toilet facilities or for night time use to assist with uninterrupted sleep.

Due to the porous nature of the pads, urine will pass through and so this product should not be used on its own. Similarly, a regular incontinence pad should not be used inside a pull-up or diaper, because this will not utilise the absorbency of the outer continence aid.

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