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GoodNites Underwear gives kiddos the confidence they need; when they need it most. Enuresis or Bed-wetting is common in children. About fifteen percent of children five years old experience and with thoughts of back to school looming, three to four children in a first-grade class suffer from bed wetting.
Boys outnumber girls by four to one when it comes to bedwetting. While 85 percent of children eventually outgrow, some kids just need a little more patience. Some kiddos just sleep so deeply they aren’t aware of their bladder needs.
GoodNites Underwear enters the routine.
They are the most absorbent pants for boys and girls ages 4 and up. Specially made to protect while lying down, they help keep pajamas and bedding dry all night long and feature plush comfort with a discreet design. GoodNites Underwear helps them maintain a sense of privacy and self-esteem until your child outgrows bedwetting. There’s no need for a child to worry about wet sheets and other disruptions.
We loved the design. We received GoodNites Underwear with a helicopter theme. What could be more “boy”!?
The GoodNites Underwear has come a long way from the design to the style. They now look more like underwear, than diapers. A relief to older children.
With improved absorbency and an elastic type leg, leaks won’t be of concern.
But it’s the next part that’s building confidence!
GoodNites Underwear is Discreet
I was impressed when we did an Undercover Mission to show just how discreet GoodNites Underwear is while still battling the forces of bedwetting. It’s tough to tell that they are even are on.
We put them on and put our pajamas on, and it was almost impossible to tell which pajamas had the GoodNites Underwear on and which did not.
There is a whole new world of confidence for both Mom and her child with GoodNites Underwear. They are absorbent, leaving dry sheets morning after morning and discreet enough, no one will know.
GoodNites Underwear is a great way to start the school year and build confidence!