Free Trial Samples of Adult Diapers – How to Find the Right Adult Incontinence Product for You

Free Trial Samples of Adult Diapers – How to Find the Right Adult Incontinence Product for You

When it comes to choosing the right product to meet your needs, nothing says research like a free sample. Seeing a glossy picture of an adult diaper, brief or underpad is great but what does it really feel like. How does it feel to wear it, walk in it or golf in it. Does it provide adequate absorbency to keep leaks away? Is it a discreet fit when you are enjoying your daily activities. Can you use it over an extended period of time when you can’t change? Can you go through the night without a change?

All these questions can be answered with a small sample size. Some manufacturers and medical supply companies offer samples at little costs. In fact, some offer free samples, although they tend to be one or two briefs. Others offer four or five at little cost, including shipping.

How to find a free sample?

Resources such as Google or any search engine can direct you to manufacturers and medical companies that offer free samples. This is no secret. A few clicks of the most will do the trick. Note, that in most cases, you are liable for the shipping fee. If you can’t find a sample of the diaper that you need, consider purchasing a small pack of the product to test it out.

What to look for when choosing the right adult diaper?

Your first consideration should involve the type of incontinence that you have. Do you have light drippage, moderate or heavy incontinence? Making this decision is critical to finding the right product. In some cases, you also need to find a product that is suited to your anatomy – i.e. male or female. Let’s get back to the degree of incontinence. Choosing the most suited product will ensure that you are comfortable during the day and/or at night. If you have light absorbency needs, you can opt for a pad or a light pull-up or brief that fits discreetly. If you have heavier incontinence needs, you can select a brief or underwear that can supports heavy urinary and bowel leakage needs.