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Kimberley-Clark introduces 'Poise' pads.

Extending its line of "Depend" brand incontinence products, Kimberly-Clark, Dallas, TX, recently introduced "Poise" pads for women with light incontinence. The pad is a smaller and more comfortable product that is made with a superabsorbent material; the product also has an additional absorbent layer inside the pad to quickly pull moisture into the pad for drier protection. A naturally curved shape and comfortable fit are the result of elastic side gathers.

The Poise products will be available nationally sometime this fall, following a market test run in parts of New York earlier this year. The product is designed as a direct competitor to Johnson & Johnson's "Serenity" products, which are exclusively manufactured for incontinent women.
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Title Annotation:incontinence product for women
Publication:Nonwovens Industry
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Nov 1, 1992
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