Coronavirus Update - 24/03/2020:

Rest assured that we are working tirelessly to fulfil your orders and are doing our very best to serve you in these difficult times. Due to the unprecedented demand, delivery times are likely to be longer as couriers are experiencing significant increases across their networks. We have therefore temporarily removed the next day delivery option from our shopping basket and ask that all our customers bear with us as we go through these challenging times. You will receive your order, it will just be a little delayed.

As one of the largest suppliers of incontinence products in the UK we do have adequate stocks. However, we do ask that our valued customers just order to their normal levels to ensure there is enough to fairly go around.

Thank you for your continued support and understanding during these unprecedented times.

Best wishes & stay safe

Ask Vicky About Incontinence

Ask ShonaOur aim is to help you feel more confident through giving you the best products for reliable protection and the right information to help you understand and manage your condition.

That's why we developed our product finder to help you select the best product for you and have plenty of help and advice pages to give you the information you need.

It is always our recommendation that you consult your Doctor or a medical professional about your condition as they are best placed to ensure your condition is correctly diagnosed and can provide the right treatment for your needs including referring you to a continence advisor if necessary.

If you have any questions about selecting the right product then call us on 0800 999 5565 (Freephone).

If you have a more general question about incontinence that you want to ask in confidence then you can email our Nurse specialist, Vicky by clicking on the link below, we will endeavour to answer your questions as quickly as possible but if the answer is complex then we may need to ask you some specific questions before a response is given.

Ask Vicky

Please note that all advice can only be considered as an opinion based upon the information you supply and that we are unable to provide any form of diagnosis or advice specific to your condition. We highly recommend that you always consult your GP, Practice Nurse or Continence Advisor