What Makes This Good Stuff
Abri-Form Junior is Abena’s line of non-toxic disposable incontinence diapers for teens and older children, designed specifically to fit those between 5 and 15 years old that suffer from uncontrolled urination.
Abena’s junior diapers offer a narrower core, smaller leg cut, strong elastic curves, and flexible tape. This makes them a perfect choice as non-toxic disposable diapers for teens adisabled children.
Agri-Form Junior disposable incontinence diapers provides full breathability and a fast absorbing sub-layer that spreads the liquid and makes the child or teen feel dry even after leakage.
Absorbency level: 1500 ml
Hip size: 40-60 cm (19-24 inches)
We sell these diapers by the case (128 diapers). Your cost is around $0.85 a diaper.
Features of Abri-Form Disposable Incontinence Diapers:
- Strong curved elastics – latex free
- Flexible tapes
- Full breathability
- Non-woven sub-layer
- Textile backsheet
- Optimum, variable fit
- Liquid Level Indicator – 2 yellow lines turning blue when wet
- Absorbent core – 100% cellulose fluff, ECF Chlorine free
- Two premium super absorbing polymers lock odor away.
Abena, the company that produces Abri-Form disposable incontinence diapers, only uses state-of-the-art renewable raw materials. The wood used for the pulp in the diapers is derived from sustainable forestry (where more trees are planted than felled). Tree farms are carbon sinks where the trees absorb CO2 from the air.
Abena is remarkably open and transparent, and they publish a complete list of ingredients, including a Health Certificate and Life Cycle Assessment.
Abena manufactures Abri-Form diapers in Denmark with machines that they own and operate. Almost all other “eco-friendly” diapers are made in China.
This product is sold only by the case and is shipped directly from the manufacturer, usually within 48 hours of order receipt.
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