Free Sample Of Depend Silhouette Active Fit Underwear

Let’s get real and talk leakage.  Without embarrassment.  I mean why should there be any about it?  If our windows are leaking air we don’t hedge around the issue, we even talk freely about leaky guts, but when it comes to bladder leakage then we get all close mouthed and red faced.
It’s sad that there is a stigma around it, even more so because it’s not all just a part of getting older.  It’s a true fact that more people with bladder leakage are in their 20’s than their 80’s!  More people with bladder leakage are 50 or younger than 60 or older!   I bet those statistics may have shocked you.
In support of the millions of women who may need a different kind of underwear, the Depend brand is introducing Depend Silhouette Active Fit briefs, a new moderate-absorbency brief featuring a thin design for complete comfort and the trusted protection of Depend brand. Depend Silhouette Active Fit briefs have a lower rise, which I really appreciate, so that I can wear it with all of my clothing, giving it the feel of a regular pair of underwear and without looking like a bulky brief.  Depend is also the first brand who has manufactured absorbency briefs in a package that contains both black and beige colors.

These are incredibly thin, there really is no bulk at all.  Can you see my fingernail with its polish underneath the top of it?  And the absorbency liner is similar to a pad that you would wear during a monthly cycle.
I DO use this product.  Regularly.  And I will be writing another post in the future letting you know further why and when I use them.  Having taken up running this year, let me tell you light bladder leakage can be a reality every time one of my feet hits the pavement.   Today though I want to focus on what Depend is doing for others and what it can offer you.
The Depend brand is entering their second year of Underwareness, a social movement and charitable cause to break down the bladder leakage stigma.  Hooray!  Because there shouldn’t be a stigma attached to something that affects 1 in 3 American women.  As part of Underwareness, Depend is:
Encouraging people to show their support for women with bladder leakage. For every photo and video shared using #Underwareness, the Depend brand will donate $1, up to $3 million, through 2016 to fund charities that advance the research and education of bladder leakage.
Support the cause and get a free sample of Depend Silhouette Active Fit briefs at www.Underwareness.com.

To help drive awareness to #Underwareness I’m offering a $25 American Express Gift Card to one of my readers.

Only open to U.S. residents 18 years of age or older.  Giveaway ends on 5/5/15 at 11:59 PM CST.  Participation in the giveaway constitutes entrant’s full and unconditional agreement to and acceptance of our Privacy and Rules.  VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. Subject to all applicable federal, state and local laws.

144 thoughts on “Free Sample Of Depend Silhouette Active Fit Underwear

  1. I learned that with each share Depend will donate $1 to charity up to 3 million dollars over 3 years.

  2. Underwareness* is showing the world that wearing a different kind of underwear is no big deal. Introducing Depend® Silhouette® Active Fit*, a fashionable new protection for the 51 million women who experience bladder leaks.

  3. I learned that 1 in 4 Americans suffer from bladder leakage. That’s a lot! I was surprised…

  4. I learned that they have made a 3 million dollar pledge and have raised 1,132,793 as of this morning!

  5. I learned that they have made a 3 million dollar pledge and have raised 1,132,793 as of this morning!

  6. The Simon Foundation for Continence brings the topic of incontinence out into the open to help people with the condition, their families and health professionals. I had not heard of this foundation before. Something new for me.

  7. I learned bladder leakage affects about 1 in 4 Americans–I’m glad they’re doing something to make this better known and less something to feel ashamed of!

  8. I learned that 1 in 4 Americans suffer from bladder leakage, which doesnt surprise me because I know A LOT of women that do!

  9. I learned that with each share Depend will donate $1 to charity up to 3 million dollars over 3 years.

  10. My mom uses these and they are so different than the other style. I love the new campaign and I had no idea it was 51 MILLION people with bladder leakage issues!

  11. I requested a sample, and I also learned about how many people who are younger than you’d imagine have this issue. Good to know! Great giveaway!

  12. 1 out of 4 Americans experience bladder leakage. My first child weighed 9 lbs 11 oz at birth. So I blame him every time I sneeze and you know what happens:).

  13. i was unaware of the stats that redefine our stereotypes about who suffers from bladder leakage. thanks for helping break down health care stigmas!

  14. I learned Underwareness* is showing the world that wearing a different kind of underwear is no big deal. Introducing Depend® Silhouette® Active Fit*, a fashionable new protection for the 51 million women who experience bladder leaks.

  15. I learned Depends will donate $1 to charity up to 3 million dollars! that is awesome…

  16. For each of our photos or videos shared, and every tweet or Instagram post tagged #Underwareness or #DropYourPants, Depend will donate $1 to charity.

  17. Wow- I learned that 23 million Americans under the age of 45 experience bladder leakage. I had no idea that it was so common.

  18. I learned –Underwareness is showing the world that wearing a different kind of underwear is no big deal, and 51 million women who experience bladder leaks.

  19. fit smoothly under clothes, and comes in black and beige to complement your wardrobe.

  20. Most samples are temporarily out! If you take part in Underwareness, Depend will donate $1 to charity — up to $3 million over 3 years – just by sharing a photo or video.

  21. Underwareness is showing the world that wearing a different kind of underwear is no big deal.

  22. Underwareness* is showing the world that wearing a different kind of underwear is no big deal. Introducing Depend® Silhouette® Active Fit*, a fashionable new protection for the 51 million women who experience bladder leaks.

  23. I find it awesome that Depend will donate $1 to charity — up to $3 million over 3 years, for each of their photos or videos shared, and every tweet or Instagram post tagged #Underwareness or #DropYourPants. That is pretty awesome of a company to do!

  24. They are available for men, too! And they have the look, feel, and fit of real underwear.

  25. Hard to believe that 23 million Americans under the age of 45 experience bladder leakage.

  26. I like how they have so many colors to fit your wardrobe. Plus that they are so thin and discreet. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

  27. After having 2 kids, I can understand and appreciate a product like this. I just got over a bad cold with a nasty cough and nearly every time I had a coughing fit, I had a bit of leakage. It was awful. A few pair of these would have come in handy.

  28. I learned that for each Depend photo or video shared, and every tweet or Instagram post tagged #Underwareness or #DropYourPants, Depend® will donate $1 to charity.

  29. I didn’t know that they have improved so much over the years- thin, with specific styles for men and women, and several colors, too.

  30. I learned that 1 in 4 women suffer from LBL and they are available in different colors.

  31. I requested an sample and learned that one out of every four women has LBL! That’s a lot of women to suffer from this! I also learned that they pledged to donate 3 million dollars over the next three years to charity! I love to support companies that support the comunity!

  32. I requested a sample. I learned that many more Americans deal with this issue than I was aware of.

  33. They offer Depend® Silhouette® Active Fit a fashionable new protection for the 51 million women who experience bladder leaks.

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