Carin is a 100% natural approach to help you control your bladder again. A set of wearables helps you with the process:
1. Exercise app - a personal trainer for your pelvic floor.
2. Wearable sensor - shows you how well you're doing!
3. Protective underwear - absorbing and washable underwear.
Developed together with over 100 women, Carin helps you regain control over your bladder naturally. The exercises are fun! Do them anytime and anywhere you want! You can also keep a drink log and be notified about your training. The protective underwear is washable and environmentally friendly.
How does it work?
Strong pelvic floor muscles support the bladder function. The muscles have the shape of a hammock. The hammock spans the space between the pubic bone and tailbone. The bladder, pelvic floor muscles and the brain work together. When the bladder is full, the brain sends a signal to the muscles to relax. If the pelvic floor muscles are damaged, for example after pregnancy, they respond too late and a little leak can happen...
By exercising the pelvic floor muscles you regain control over your bladder function without expensive surgeries or medical treatments. Carin helps you to regain control in a 100% natural way and measure your progress. It only takes fifteen minutes of pelvic floor exercises per day. They can be done anytime and anywhere!
Research has shown 1 in 3 women have their pelvic floor muscles damaged after having children. The effects disrupt daily life and a healthy lifestyle. Some examples:
1. That awful little trickle comes at the worst moments...
2. Leakages during daily activities (cough, laugh, jump, lift)
3. The gym class with jumping jacks you totally avoid. Or running..
4. Feelings of shame and embarrassment.
6. Side effects from pills to stop an overactive bladder.
7. Skin irritation and infections from wearing plastic in your underwear.
8. Adult incontinence
9. The options? Expensive surgeries or wearing pads forever (and eventually diapers).
1 Carin SAVES 28,000 pads -
Did you know the amount of waste adult incontinence products produce? Using Carin wearable set means each women would save 28,000 pads being sent to the landfill over a lifetime.
Globally in 2013 the world produced 1.3 trillion kilograms of garbage, of these 6.5 billion accounted for adult incontinence products.
How it works
Other testimonials -
“Before Carin I wasn’t aware that my coffee intake would influence the loss. With keeping a drink log, I notice a big difference already in the first weeks of the exercise programme.” Stephanie, 49
“Before trying Carin I worried about the location of wearing the sensor. But I never feel it, even not during cycling!” Eva, 34
“I have a steady fitness routine even after having my baby. The Carin exercises are now part of my fitness routine. And the Carin underwear? I use it for that little extra protection!” Marian, 38
" The sensor is worn in a pocket in the underwear which feels comfortable. I am happy that I don’t have to wear pads anymore...” Kayleigh, 29
What is in the box?
The Carin Wearables set contains:
- 1 x protective underwear (basic style in black)
- 1x wearable sensor + cover
- 1x charger and USB cable
- 1x training programme + drink log app
You can download the Carin Exercise app for iPhone (iTunes), Android (Google Play) and tablets. Just sync the wearable sensor with your phone or tablet to activate your training.
Carin Protect underwear (basic style in black). As seen below:
Add luxurious lace to your set:
Carin Protect lace style as seen below -
The team behind Carin -
Keen to be part of the team? -
Are you interested to be part of the team or distribute Carin through your blog, shop, network? We would love to hear from you! Get in touch at - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Risks and challenges
Embarrassment: Carin is a product for an embarrassing topic. At least 6 out of 10 women admit they haven’t talked about their problem with others.
Awareness: 90% of women with weak bladder control after pregnancy do not seek for help. Bladder leaks are considered by many women inevitable after pregnancy. Awareness about pelvic floor training as a solution is low.
Willpower: To get back in control requires willpower to continue and a strong wish to be cured from bladder leaks.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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