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Home | Shop | Personal Care | Incontinence | Protective Underwear | CVS Women's Underwear Maximum Absorbency S/M (28-40 in.) (4 PK of 18 EA/Total 72)
CVS Women's Underwear Maximum Absorbency S/M (28-40 in.) (4 PK of 18 EA/Total 72)

CVS Women's Underwear Maximum Absorbency S/M (28-40 in.) (4 PK of 18 EA/Total 72)

Price:  $45.96 (63.8ยข / ea.)

Sku: 821500         Size: 4 PK          Wt: 8.0 LBS

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"4 packs x 18 Each = 72 total "Fits waist 28-40 inches. Improved! Comfort, fit & protection. Compare to Depend (This product is not manufactured or distributed by Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Inc. owner of the registered trademark Depend). Formerly super plus. Improved Design: High leg opening fits like briefs; Snug inner leg for less bunching & leaks; Thinner core for smooth, discreet wear. Locks away wetness & odor. Breathable, quiet & soft. Targeted absorbency. Easy to use. For your active lifestyle. Protective Underwear for Women: Feels & fits like regular underwear. Absorbent material shifted back for better protection. Printed size on back label. Thin core.

Gender:
Female
Absorbency:
Maximum
Size:
S/M

Easy to Use: Gentle leg elastic helps provide a close fit for secure protection. Position underwear with the colored waistband line at the back. Pull the product on like underwear. To remove slip off like regular underwear or tear sides at the seam. Dispose of in a sanitary manner. Do not flush.

Important: Refastenable Underwear - like most articles of clothing - may burn if exposed to flame or other source of ignition. Keep plastic bags away from children and pets. Bladder and bowel control problems can be treated medically. Consult your physician for additional information.

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