Request your free sample of Depend Silhouette Active Fit briefs as a new and stylish product for bladder leakage protection. Did I just say “stylish” and “bladder leakage” in the same sentence?!?! YES! That’s because Silhouette Active Fit briefs are thin, comfortable and available in black and beige colors (first time ever for this type of product) while providing moderate absorbency protection. Plus they’re designed to be more underwear-like (with a lower rise, fashionable colors and fabric-like feel). With 51 million women who experience incontinence, Depend Silhouette Active Fit are what to wear for bladder leakage without giving up your active lifestyle. Request your free sample now so you can try it!
Step 1 – Visit Underwareness.com
Step 2 – Click on the white “Get a Free Sample” button
Step 3 – Choose 1 of 3 free samples by clicking on the white “Free Sample” button. Each sample includes two Silhouette briefs (in two sizes) or Depend underwear (choose your preferred size) plus a $2 coupon and an informational brochure.
Step 4 – Enter your mailing address (your privacy is important and your address will only be used to mail you the free sample you requested in discreet packaging). It is optional to receive brand mail communications and give feedback.
Step 5 – Click on the gray “Submit” button and then answer a short 9-question survey. Your sample will arrive within 2 to 3 weeks.
I love deluxe samples like this that include coupons! I hope that you can use this sample or give it to someone who can!
Support 51 million women who experience bladder leakage by joining the drop your pants for underwareness movement. Share a photo or video using the hashtag #underwareness to trigger Depend to donate $1.00 (up to $3 million thru 2016) to fund charities to advance the research and education of bladder leakage. It’s so easy to support this movement with a tweet or a post!
It’s an everyone problem! Let’s raise #underwareness!
Did you know that more people with bladder leakage are in their 20’s than their 80’s? It’s true! The average age of someone with bladder leakage is only 52 and more people with bladder leakage are 50 or younger rather than 60 or older. That’s why I say it’s an “everyone problem” and I encourage you to request this sample and support this movement. Together we can break down the bladder leakage stigma and support women! Depend is on a mission to inform and inspire everyone and they would love your participation.
I’d love a retweet of this free sample:
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— Freebies 4 Mom (@Freebies4Mom) May 27, 2015
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Posted by Freebies 4 Mom on Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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