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Dry like me introduce free health professionals' pack

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Dry Like Me, the award-winning disposable potty and toilet training pads, have introduced a free pack for health professionals.

The pack contains useful resources, information and samples and is available free to all health professionals via the Dry Like Me website

Dry Like Me pads can help with potty training and make a huge difference to those experiencing ongoing toilet training issues. Endorsed by ERIC, the little pads fit snugly in a child’s pants – making it easier for them to wear their own underwear while potty training, as well as being discreet for older children with daytime wetting or soiling issues.

With Dry Like Me pads, children become aware of when they’ve had an accident, so start to recognise their body’s signals that they need to go to the toilet.  Capturing the little accidents that occur during potty training, Dry Like Me reduce the mess and the stress.

In independent research, Dry Like Me pads reduced the number of accidents within one week, while parents said their children had fewer accidents after using Dry Like Me pads and that they made potty training significantly more manageable.

Dry Like Me are available from Asda, Sainsbury, Morrisons, Superdrug,Wilkinsons, Ocado and Amazon. They cost around £3.49 for a pack of 18.

For more information and for your free health professionals’ pack, visit


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