Many people may wonder why cotton is not used in the Conni range, as it is a popular and widely used material. The reason is that cotton is not an effective material for managing incontinence. Cotton is a natural fibre that is not overly absorbent and more so, not designed to manage large amounts of liquid. This means that it is not effective for managing incontinence, as it cannot hold large volumes of liquid and can cause discomfort and leaks.
Conni products are made from a range of materials that are specially designed for incontinence management. These materials are chosen for their absorbency, comfort, and durability. They are also designed to be discreet and to provide effective protection against leaks and accidents.
One material that is commonly used in the Conni range is polyester. Polyester is a synthetic material that is highly absorbent and can hold large amounts of liquid. It is also durable and easy to care for, making it a practical choice for incontinence management products.
In addition to polyester, the Conni range also includes products made from other materials such as microfibre, nylon, and cotton elastane for the outer layers of our underwear. Each material is chosen for its specific properties and benefits, ensuring that the Conni range provides effective incontinence management solutions for a wide range of needs. All bedding and chair products are also Oeko-Tex approved, meaning they are safe against all skin types.
In summary, cotton is not used in the Conni absorbency sections of our products because it is not an effective material for managing incontinence. The materials are chosen for their absorbency, comfort, and durability, ensuring that the Conni range provides effective incontinence management solutions for a wide range of needs.