Kick Period Pads to the Curb, Use @Poise for LBL – Free Samples!

Women have all kinds of interesting bodily changes to deal with over the years, one of those being LBL or light bladder leakage. No need to be ashamed, it happens to the best of us – as much as 45% of women face urinary incontinence in various degrees of severity and for a wide array of reasons. Those little leaks can be triggered by anything from coughing and sneezing to exercise.


Just as no two women are alike, there’s no single reason that LBL happens. Some of the most common things that lead to uninvited leaks include:
• Physical changes from childbirth, pregnancy, hysterectomy or menopause
• Being overweight
• Complications from surgery, stroke, or chronic diseases like diabetes, multiple sclerosis (MS) or Parkinson’s disease
• Bladder or urinary tract infections
• Bladder irritants (certain foods and beverages)

Women deserve the best options for managing LBL. Whether you leak a little when you laugh, or sometimes have a sudden urge to go, Poise gives you one less thing to worry about any time of day or night. Our pads and liners are specifically designed for LBL, which makes them an easy choice for the 1 in 3 women with light bladder leaks.


So what’s a woman to do when she experiences LBL, grab a period pad right? Nope! Stay fresh and confident with Poise® pads and liners. They are designed to handle LBL without being bulky or uncomfortable. The new Poise Thin-Shape pads feature Super Absorbent Material (SAM) that provides extraordinary protection with a Thin-Flex design. Women can feel confident whether they are doing yoga, shopping with the kids, or watching a funny show with Poise pads protection that is 3x drier than period pads!


But what happens to all those unused period pads? I would love to be super awesome and show you creative ways to #RecycleYourPeriodPad, but unfortunately I don’t have a single crafty bone. I found a few crafts on Pinterest that looked fun though!

Fluffy Frame

Grab your free samples of Poise and then tell me what you’d do with your old period pads.