Get a Good Night’s Sleep with TENA intimates® Overnight Pads and a DIY Sleeping Eye Mask

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When it comes to a good night’s sleep, there’s nothing a mother of two understands more! But, if you struggle with bladder leakage, especially overnight, then you know that it’s even more important. Speaking out about incontinence is a must because those who struggle with leakage need the support of TENA intimates® Overnight Pads, available at Walmart and Walgreens. After dealing with incontinence, I had even reduced my water intake to see if nightly bathroom runs would also go down, but this caused more thirst for me overnight along with the incontinence, so I opted to find a solution that would work. I decided a DIY eye mask for sleeping would be a step toward a night of much-needed rest and relaxation. Live your life without compromise. 

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When shopping at Walgreens, I strolled through the incontinence aisle to help figure out better ways to get the beauty rest I deserve, and I found these TENA intimates® Overnight Pads to support my need to use the restroom over 2 times in the night. The TENA intimates® Overnight Pads provides Triple Protection, including ProSkin Technology for plenty of absorbency for a good night’s rest and ample freshness. The best part is it has a soft top layer, which wicks away all moisture to keep you feeling dry. Now, you can receive $3 off any TENA Underwear through Ibotta in May starting on 5/9. Also, on 5/20, check the FSI in the paper for $4.00 off any one (1) TENA Overnight Pad or TENA Overnight Underwear until 6/3.

Beauty sleep consists of a lot of pampering that is easily attainable. An easy-to-create soft and cozy sleeping eye mask is just the key. 

DIY Sleeping Eye Mask

Step 1: Gather supplies.

  • Fabric
  • Old T-shirt
  • Scissors
  • Elastic
  • Thread
  • Needle
  • Pins

Step 2: Cut a half stencil so you can get it completely even. Pin it to your folded fabric and cut around.

Step 3: Sew the elastic to fit your head and sew it OR use fabric glue to keep it together.

Step 4: Pin the cut fabric to an old t-shirt to cut the same pattern. Save any scraps to “stuff” the eye mask.

Step 5: Sew the elastic band to the fabric in the center. If you prefer using fabric glue, you can also try that, but remember it may not bond the two perfectly. 

 Step 6: Pin the t-shirt piece to the back of the attached elastic band so that the band is inside the eye mask and stuff with t-shirt scraps or soft cotton batting. Sew the pieces together.

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If you struggle with incontinence, know you are not alone! TENA® Lets You Be You. Take advantage of the offers from now until June 3rd. Receive $3 off any TENA Underwear through Ibotta in May starting on 5/9. Also, on 5/20, check the FSI in the paper for $4.00 off any one (1) TENA Overnight Pad or TENA Overnight Underwear until 6/3.

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