Wearever Undergarments Review

By Ruth on February 25, 2014 in fashion, review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
wearever logoSupport Ovarian Cancer National Alliance with Wearever Purchases this February

A portion of proceeds from sales of select Wearever products will benefit nonprofit Ovarian Cancer National Alliance this February. Wearever is partnering with the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance to raise money in support of ovarian cancer awareness and programs for women with this disease. Ovarian cancer is the fifth leading cause of cancer-related death among women and the deadliest of all gynecological cancers.

Throughout the month of February 2014, 10 percent of proceeds from the Wearever women’s underwear line will be donated to OCNA. This includes all sizes, styles, colors and purchases in singles, three-packs and six-packs from the Wearever Women’s Incontinence Panties line. To learn more, visit www.WeareverUS.com. 

wearever pantiesI am getting older, and as a woman, that means that sometimes I have issues with mild urine leakage.  I know that’s one of those topics we don’t like to talk about, but they are the facts of life.  I have a strong bladder (I am a substitute teacher whose schedule continues to change daily, and I sometimes have to wait over three hours to use the restroom.), but when I exercise, urine leakage is a major concern.  Especially when I do any kind of jumping.

Wearever Underwear has a good selection of  male and female undergarments that feature sewn-in Unique-Dri™ pads that trap liquid and are treated with odor eliminating Agion™ antimicrobial fibers. They may be a replacement for adult diapers or pads.

I was excited to get to wear my beige briefs, and it was clear that when they arrived, that crotch area was well-insulated.  I put this pair of briefs on, and I went off for a zumba workout.  I felt the leakage, and at first, I was worried that this underwear would not work as well as stated.  I did not use any kind of pad because I felt this pair of underwear needed the ultimate test.  After the workout, I noticed that although the crotch was damp, it locked the wetness away from skin.  I have struggled with yeast infections in the past, and so I am very conscious of dampness in the crotch.  This pair of underwear is something I could wear and not have to change immediately after leakage.

The other thing I put to the test was washing this underwear.  I noticed that it said to just wash it normally, and so I followed the instructions.  To my surprise and joy, the underwear has made it through the wash with no issues.  When the company claims that this underwear can go through the washing machine hundreds of time, they are correct.  The underwear is well-made and does not need special washing.

In addition to the above link, I invite you to follow the company via facebook and pinterest for the latest deals and news.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

About the Author

RuthView all posts by Ruth

43-year-old single mother of an active 14-year-old girl
Born in Tacoma, WA; lives in Yelm, WA
Entertainment Writer
Available For Interviews and Reviews
Substitute Teacher


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