Dear Seventh Generation:
I think there ought to be an environmentally-friendly version of incontinence briefs, instead of such products as Depend. Thank you.
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the cheap but comfy ones from SAFEWAYS are too thin to hold much.
my gramma has anemia, and when at the hospital having transfusions and such, she has to get up to use the toilet often...
at home, she has to get up and go often...
but on the C-Tran bus, she has to hold it...
and sometimes leaks...
she tried using a pad and a brief...not enough...
so she tried adding layers of toilet paper!
still not quite enough to prevent embarrassment!
i caught her using our handtowels...not cool!
please do work on getting a plastic free brief that is not too bulky and uncomfortable, but also holds a full bladdersworth in an emergency!
thanks so much!
As an RN who has worked with a number of active women (young and old) who have leakage problems, I hope you will consider pads and not just briefs.
I work in a nursing home and have been pushing for our 164 bed facility to 'go green' in as many ways as possible. Since many of our residents are incontinent I have been asking the person responcible for ordering all of our supplies to look into a product like we are talking about here. She found that the products that are available are extremly expencive, so if Seventh Generation could make a more affordable and reliable product I bet long term care facilities, like mine, would be on board as well as indivigual consumers!
I agree! People who need those products do not have an enviromentally responsible option.
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