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Personal Care Products For Seniors

There are many wonderful personal care products these days specifically designed for seniors. We’d like to share a few of our favorites with you.

Aromatherapy Products

The use of aromatherapy products is (in our opinion) widely underused and is certainly worth adding to your arsenal of tools to help seniors (and caregivers) to de-stress and improve their mood.

Dementia Wandering Prevention Products

Caring for someone with dementia can be difficult, especially if they begin wandering. There are some wonderful products that can be used to help protect that senior loved one from wandering away and keep them protected.

Hydration Products

A crucial part of elderly care is to encourage seniors to drink more water. If they wait until they are thirsty before they get serious about drinking, dehydration has already begun. But by increasing their fluid intake and keeping them hydrated, you can reduce an elderly loved one’s risk of developing major health issues.

Incontinence Bed Underpads

No one wants to worry about getting sick from sleeping in their own bed. Protect yourself and your loved ones by using a washable bed pad. This will help keep your mattress protected and free of any accidents.

Medication Reminders

There are some wonderful products these days (both old school and a bit techy) to help you remember to take your medications and some can even tell you what to take!

Non-Slip Slippers For Elderly Ladies

A list of some highly rated slippers for older women that offer the benefit of being non-slip to make them safer to wear and help the elderly women wearing them to avoid a slip and fall.

Washable Bed Underpads For Adults

If you’re looking for a safe and environmentally friendly way to deal with incontinence, consider using washable bed underpads. These pads can be used over and over again, making them a more sustainable option than disposable pads. Plus, they’re great for those with sensitive skin. Learn more about the benefits of using washable bed underpads here.

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