Do you have bladder incontinence? If so, we would like to invite you to try iD incontinence pads or pants by Ontex for 14 days. We are looking for 200 women to try either iD Light Advanced pads or iD intime pants specifically designed for bladder weakness. You will be sent a short questionnaire to complete before you start to use iD as well as a questionnaire on day 7, and 14. Once you have completed the trial, you will be invited to submit a review of the product. Also, everyone who completes the full trial will be entered into a prize draw to win 1 of 3 x £50 Amazon vouchers.

iD offers a complete range of absorbent products for incontinence. Providing absolute discretion, comfort and maximum protection, iD is kind to the skin thanks to its breathable and cotton-like materials. Dermatologically tested and latex-free for maximum comfort.

iD Light Advanced pads for women are the new discreet protection for little discomforts caused by bladder weakness. 30% thinner, 10 hour odour control and shaped to fit the curve of the bodies so that protection has never felt so comfortable.

iD intime pants are a slim fitting, discreet pant for women who need the next level of protection. With dry-wear technology that absorbs at least 8 times its own weight and upto 10 hours odour control, iD intime provides maximum confidence. iD intime feels like one integrated product, rather than the waist band and pad stuck together. The absorbent yet extra slim crotch area gives a seamless feeling throughout. Medium and large sizes are available, with absorbency of normal, super and plus available.

The iD range of products are available to buy from, and through online and independent retailers nationwide.

The recruitment of this programme will close on 7th June 2019.

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