This post was sponsored by Depend as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. I received complimentary products to facilitate my review.
The holiday season is busy, busy, busy! With the shopping and decorating, wrapping and entertaining — and cooking (and baking, let’s not forget the baking!), we don’t have much time to sit on the sidelines at this time of year (or any time of year, for that matter!). So for those of us who experience bladder leakage, we can’t let it get in the way of the holiday bustle.
And when I say “those of us,” I mean a lot of us. If 51 million women in the United States experience something, it’s safe to say it’s not uncommon, and certainly not rare. It should also be safe to say that it shouldn’t be embarrassing.
51 million women translates into 1 in 3 American women. That’s a whole lot.
So why are we still embarrassed to talk about bladder leakage (and how to deal with it)?
It can have very common causes — pregnancy, childbirth, and diabetes, to name a few. Nothing to be embarrassed about!
Depend wants to help break down those barriers to open discussion, through their Underwareness campaign. It’s year two of Underwareness, a social movement and charitable cause to bring an end to the stigma of bladder leakage.
They’ve also done something else — they’ve created Depend Silhouette Active Fit Briefs, a thin brief that provides moderate absorbency while being comfortable and discreet.
These new briefs have a lower rise so that they look, fit, and feel like your regular underwear.
No worries about discretion, either, as the Active Fit briefs are made with a cloth-like fabric that is smooth under your clothes. They’re thin and soft and breathable. And they’re available in black and beige! (You can grab a coupon for Depend Silhouette Active Fit briefs, too!)
With Depend Silhouette Active Fit briefs, you can regain your confidence and live your life to the fullest. No more sitting on the sidelines, and no more embarrassment! It’s time to take our lives back!
You too can be a part of Underwareness. Just show your support for women with bladder leakage by sharing photos and videos using the hashtag #Underwareness. For each share, Depend will donate $1 — up to $3 million! — through 2016, to help charities that are researching and educating people about bladder leakage!