Spotlight On: Confitex Reusable Incontinence Underwear


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At Last - Sustainable Incontinence Underwear That Actually Works!

At Confitex Technology, our goal is a world where nobody needs to live in fear of life’s little leaks. 

As a technology leader in the field of specialist absorbent garments, Confitex has addressed the growing demand for high-performance reusable incontinence underwear for men and women since 2013. Our market-leading textile technology provides unrivalled absorbency and leakproof performance while also being thinner than comparable alternatives and, unlike most brands, tumble dryable. Confitex uses this patented technology to make the world’s best-performing* reusable bladder leakage underwear for men and women under our consumer brands Confitex for Men and Just’nCase by Confitex for women.

 *According to comparative lab-testing conducted in 2022, which compared more than 200 disposable and reusable absorbent products simulating on-body wear, body movement and bodyweight pressure.

Special Offer For NAFC Readers:

To receive an exclusive 15% discount visit and enter the code NAFC2315 at checkout. 

Restoring Confidence And Dignity

At Confitex Technology, we’re driven by our desire to transform lives and help protect the planet by creating the best looking and best performing reusable absorbent and leakproof consumer products on the market. We want to restore dignity and confidence to people living with urinary incontinence, without resorting to environmentally unfriendly single-use incontinence pads, liners, shields and guards. By marrying Confitex’s patented high-tech absorbent and leakproof textile with stylish design, we aim to change the way everyday bladder leaks are handled and smash stigma along the way.

Better For The Planet, Gentler On Your Skin

Swap to Confitex underwear and you’ll prevent thousands of single-use incontinence pads and liners from ending up in landfill, where disposable absorbent hygiene products make up as much as 10 percent of waste and can take as long as 500 years to break down. Confitex incontinence products for men and women have been granted Oeko-Tex Step certification for environmentally friendly and socially responsible production, and Confitex’s absorbent textile has been certified skin-safe to Oeko-Tex Standard 100 criteria. It has also been independently lab-verified free of fluorine and therefore free of potentially harmful PFAS chemicals, including PFOA and PFOS.

An Ethical Choice

In order to retain quality control and transparency, Confitex men’s incontinence pants and women’s incontinence panties are manufactured in our own premises. Confitex’s factory and suppliers are independently audited each year to ensure they meet international Business Social Compliance Initiative best practice for ethical behavior, waste minimization, workplace health and safety, decent working hours and fair remuneration. To protect against child labor, no employees are aged under 18. We want the best for our customers, our communities and our environment, and believe that ‘cheaper’ alternatives come with hidden costs in terms of quality, humanity and sustainability.

Special Offer For NAFC Readers:

Confitex leakproof underwear for men and women are available only online at

To view the range and receive your exclusive 15% discount for NAFC readers, visit and enter the code NAFC2315 at checkout. We highly recommend that you check our size guide before purchasing, and that you buy one pair first so you can check the size and absorbency in the comfort and privacy of your own home.  


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Carolyn was going to the bathroom 24 times a day… Hear how she found relief.

Today we’re joined by Carolyn Hampton, a patient who had such severe overactive bladder that she was going to the bathroom urgently every hour of the day and night. Medication only did so much for her, but she found real, lasting relief through the InterStim system, a tiny implanted device that helped improve the communication between her brain and her bladder. Listen to learn more about what she was going through and the journey she took to drier days.