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Elitone Elitone
Elitone 4.5

Unfortunately, one of those things that is almost inevitable with getting older is the fact that your pelvis muscles weaken with age and without regular exercise. This of course leads to awkward and embarrassing leakage as soon as your body decides to do something unexpected such as sneeze or when exercising. Doing the right exercises can help with this but not everyone has the time or energy to do so and it’s not always easy to get the type of exercise you need to do correct. This is where Elitone can step in and provide some welcome peace of mind for ladies with incontinence issues.

Elitone works by sending a small electrical signal to the muscles and nerves of your pelvic floor. You attach some gel pads to your skin around the pubic area which in turn are wired up to the controller. This can then be hooked on to the waistline of your underwear or legwear and set to the intensity that works best for you. It then does the treatment for 20 minutes while you do whatever it is you are doing and switches itself off. The basic kit comes with enough gel pads to treat you for up to 6 weeks with 1 treatment per day and this is enough, they claim, to significantly improve any leakage problems caused by incontinence. After the initial 6 weeks, they recommend continuing treatment for a couple of times a week although some people find they don’t even need that.

Over several clinical trials there was a 72% reduction in leaks and 85% people used less pads after treatment and, on average, the participants had suffered with incontinence for 10 years. To top it off, they offer a full money-back guarantee within 60 days if it doesn’t work. When you compare this to the other alternatives out there, it’s hard to see why you wouldn’t at least give it a go. RRP £399

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It may be pricey, but if it works to end a reliance on pads and worry of embarrassing moments in public, isn’t it worth a try?
  • Easy to use
  • Discrete
  • Full money-back guarantee
  • Non-invasive
  • Expensive