Jun 092014
 
SAM Poise Microliner

**This post is sponsored by Poise, but my love for their Microliners is all my own.

Poise Microliner with SAM is designed for Light Bladder Leakage!

Full protection without any bulk…it doesn’t get better than that!

SAM Poise Microliner

How many times have you said – Wait! Stop! You’re going to make me pee my pants?  I know over the years I’ve said that so many times…particularly after giving birth to my children.  As I’ve aged, the light bladder leakage has worsened.  And quite frankly, I resent that I no longer have a menstrual but need protection for LBL.

Did you know that 1 out of every 3 women experience bladder leakage? It really is more common than one thinks and it’s not often spoken about. There are many reasons that can cause LBL – from sneezing, coughing, laughing, exercise, child birth, and I personally discovered that even medications can cause LBL.

Poise Microliners with SAM are designed specifically for urine incontinence unlike mini pads – just as a infant’s diaper is designed to hold urine. Prior to learning of these little gems – I would turn to a mini pad.  Mini pads may do the trick to a point, however Poise now comes to the rescue better than ever with these microliners that are affordable!

Wondering what SAM is?

SAM is the Super Absorbent Material found in these microliners, that is super thin, that is designed to provide discreet Light Bladder Leakage (LBL) protection. It’s designed to keep you dry and comfortable all day long.  The microliners instantly absorb wetness and neutralize odor.

More specifically – Poise Microliners are the thinnest liners in the light incontinence category and are designed to absorb wetness, neutralize odor and stay three times drier than period liners.

SAM Poise Microliner

SAM Poise Microliner

The picture above far from displays how thin these microliners are.  So to give you a better idea how thin they are – picture yourself holding one in the wrapper between two of your fingertips, which means it’s still folded.  The microliner is no more than a 1/4″ thick.  Open the wrapper and extend the liner – you’re looking at the microliner being no more than a 1/8″ in thickness.  Seriously, that’s how thin they are!

Poise Microliner Specs

  • Absorb-lox core – quickly locks away wetness and odor
  • Come individually wrapped
  • Have a think-flex design – moves with your body
  • Stays in place for everyday comfort
  • Come in two lengths -Regular Length 5.9 in (15 cm) Long 6.9 in (17.5 cm) (Personally, I always go for the longer length of any product like this or mini pads – I’m just a worry wart).

Sample the Product for Free and get a Coupon!

That said, if you’d like to give these Poise Microliners a try – head on over to the Poise website to order yourself a free sample.  There are two sample options to choose from.

  29 Responses to “The New Poise Microliner with SAM – Get Your Free Sample!”

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  1. It is so important to have a quality product if needed. It is amazing how many women have some form of urinary issue in their life span – nice to know that when adn if it happens to me there is a quality product available.

    • At one point a couple years ago – I went to the urologist who ended up doing a crap load of testing – she said I needed a sling. I never had the surgery, due to issues with having care for my kids. I’m actually glad I haven’t had it – the leakage has subsided quite a bit since going off one of the meds I was on a few months ago. I’m now going to wait it out to see if the problem gets better over time. Anyway – I asked the doc how often they see young women in the office – she told me that she sees them all the time for bladder leakage. I thank my lucky stars that I haven’t had the issue that long.

  2. This adds a whole new relief to “I just laughed so hard I peed a little!” Thanks so much!!!

  3. Thankfully I have never had that issue, but I know lots of moms who do.

  4. Great that it moves with your body. Great sample offer.

  5. Yikes! I’ve been there. I needed these at BlogHer when I attempted to jump on a bed. Never again!

  6. In my current pregnant state, these would really come in handy…especially when laughing or sneezing :-/

  7. After peeing on my love seat after a bad coughing fit the other day, I better start with these 🙁

    • I remember last year when my lungs were inflamed from sanding mud off the walls – all I did was cough and pee – it was so annoying!

  8. As we get older, having some reassuring protection is really important! It needs to be comfortable, discreet, and easy to use like Poise products!

  9. It’s great that they are so thin and discreet!

  10. These look light and comfy and perfect for bladder protection!

  11. Wow I Bet These Are Great & So Thin I Need To Try These Out Thank You!

  12. After having kids I say “don’t make me laugh or I’ll pee!” every day. So awesome you can get a free sample!

  13. Ever since having kids the need for light liners has been on the rise. Not looking forward to really aging, glad they have products that are discreet

  14. I dont think I could make it tru pregnancy with out poise. I need a coupon so checking their website thanks!!

  15. These microliners sound great and I love how thin they are! Thanks for sharing the coupon!

  16. It’s pretty amazing how absorbent they are for being so thin!

  17. Luckily for me, I don’t need these right now. But I will certainly keep them in mind for when I do!

  18. I think anybody whose had kids needs these!

  19. It’s nice to see discrete products out there that help woman feel more confident when dealing with their LBL problems!

  20. Thin is so fantastic. That almost makes it seem like you aren’t even wearing a pad!

  21. Luckily, I still haven’t encountered this problem, even after having my daughter. I’m sure my bladder of steel won’t last forever, though!

  22. I love that these are so thin. I dont need these but if I do I will love that they are not noticeable.

  23. Thank you for sharing. I know that these keep so many women from uncomfortable situations.

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