Abena Abri-Form Junior Youth Incontinence BriefsBrand: Abena | SKU: 43050-Pack |
✔ Best for pre-adult pediatric users. Fits hip size 20" to 24".
✔ Youthful fit - specifically designed narrow core offers a smaller leg cut perfectly suited for pre-adult pediatric users
✔ Fully breathable back sheet promotes cooler and more comfortable experience, which is optimal for comfort and skin health
✔ Strong curved elastics and flexible tapes give an optimum and variable fit which makes this Abena Abri-form junior incontinence product a suitable solution when looking for diapers for disabled children
✔ Anatomically designed advanced leakage barriers are strategically placed and aligned with the body to reduce the chance of leakage
✔ Ultra flexible side panels equipped with double-adhesive tabs and hooks to allow for easy repositioning
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Abena Abri Form Junior
The Abena Abri-Form Junior is a unique product solution that bridges the gap in the market between the largest diaper for children and the smallest adult incontinence product. It is best known for having a smaller leg cut. You can achieve a better fit with the narrower core without compromising the absorbency.
Abri-Form Junior has all the premium features you would expect from an Abena product. Its fully breathable textile-back sheet ensures superior comfort and healthier skin for you and your child.
✔ Ultra elastic waistband
✔ Wetness indicator to allow timely changing and economic use
✔ Dermatologically tested, which helps reduce risks for allergies.
✔ 1500 mL / 51 oz. absorbent capacity
Frequently Asked Questions
What Brand/s of Diapers Are Good for Big Kids?
The Abena Abri-Form junior is a great diaper brand for big kids. It is considered the largest children’s diaper and the smallest for adults in the market.
Should a 5-8-Year-Old Wear Diapers?
According to experts, potty training for children can start between the ages of one and a half years old to two and half years old. It all depends on the individual needs of a child, who will develop at their own pace. If they need to wear diapers at ages 5 to 8, then they may need big kid diapers or pull ups.