You know that age-old saying, “I laughed so hard I almost peed in my pants.”
After 50, that’s no joke, darlings! Urinary incontinence can happen at any age, but it becomes much more prevalent in women after menopause. In fact, incontinence rises rapidly from the ages of 70 to 80.
What’s a vibrant, visible woman after 50 to do? Stop laughing? Absolutely not! It’s imperative as we mature that we count our blessings and minimize the bumps in the road.
A life full of joy and inspiration is what you deserve and it’s essential not to let life‘s inconveniences stand in your way. Plus, that’s what our sisterhood of women is here for. Honeygood.com is a community of vibrant, visible women over 50 that raise each other up! And, share tips and tricks for dealing with minor annoyances…like this one.
So what’s a woman faced with incontinence to do? I am proud to say that I have become an ambassador for the P&G Empty Nest, Full Life community. This week, I am sharing the benefits of Always Discreet Boutique Underwear from Procter and Gamble.
Always Discreet Boutique Underwear protects against heavy urine leaks to make an overactive bladder feel like no big deal in your active lifestyle.
These super absorbent disposable panties come in a variety of designs including peach or purple options with black delicate details.
For those who need the security and added protection, these beautiful boutique panties are an option that will provide you comfort and confidence.
And, there’s another benefit! Several weeks back I mentioned the Empty Nest, Full Life community; a community of women like us at pgeveryday.com.
Join the community — as I have — for exclusive brand coupons, recipes, and tips for your home and health. In fact, right now, you can download a $2 off coupon for Always Discreet Boutique Underwear.
What little challenges has life after 50 thrown your way? How have you “caught” the curve balls in order to stay active and enjoy the game of life? Do tell!
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This post was sponsored by P&G Everyday.