As seen on TV, this August, we have a very special summer deal for mothers and children. We are bringing our product for children – Oopsie Heroes – and our product for women – Carin – together in a special offer! Buy Oopsie and get Carin training included! (for free for the month of August).
Our goal is to help families worldwide have a great every day, but sometimes that can be interrupted by unwanted urine leaks. This can happen for kids at night and wetting the bed, or for women during the day when getting back into doing exercise. Our products Oopsie Heroes and Carin are here to help! Here is a little bit about each product:
Oopsie Heroes is a fun and simple bedwetting alarm for kids. It helps children recognise the feeling of a full bladder and wake up to go to the toilet. The small, and wireless sensor attaches easily to the child’s underwear or pj’s. Read further about how it works here.
Carin Training, is a pelvic floor training app that helps women strengthen pelvic floor muscles in 6-8 weeks, reducing and eliminating urine leaks, all too common postpartum. Our in-app coach teaches you how to do the pelvic floor exercises correctly and strengthen your pelvic floor muscles.
The Carin training program is structured as followed:
1. Introduction to your pelvic floor
2. Learn how to contract your pelvic floor
3. Strengthen your pelvic floor
It features a personalised training program, 10 minute workouts per day and recovery tracking, to help motivate women to stay on track.
During this special month, both products combine forces to help beat urine leaks once and for all! Catch us on National Dutch NOS TV after the junior news.
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