Molicare
Protection. Every day.

MoliCare®

As a leading manufacturer in its field of expertise in Europe, HARTMANN has been providing continence care products for over 50 years. Using extensive research, we find holistic solutions that meet individuals’ practical demands, as well as giving them emotional confidence and a secure feeling through our products.

Since 1997, MoliCare® products do not only absorb urine and capture faeces to prevent leakage, but also actively protect the affected skin, providing a unique range of secure and skin-friendly products that are easy to use and comfortable to wear.

Why MoliCare®?

MoliCare® incontinence products are taking care of what matters by:

  • Providing optimal leakage protection and maintaining healthy skin to enable those living with incontinence to lie a normal life again.
  • Focussing on the professional carer and their need to improve their daily work.
  • Using proven technology to fulfil the highest demands in quality, reliability and efficacy.
  • Developing future-minded solutions that provide healthcare professionals with tools which meet their needs.

Maintaining a healthy skin environment thanks to MoliCare®’s treated acquisition distribution layer in the absorbent core.

HARTMANN has worked with healthcare professionals to explore the benefits of MoliCare®’s unique characteristics in clinical studies. Preventing Incontinence Associated Dermatitis (IAD) ensure that carers spend no additional effort and time and that the user feels comfortable.

MoliCare®’s absorbent incontinence products with a treated acquisition distribution layer in the absorbent core, such as Curly Fibre, significantly lower skin pH levels and reduce the risk of Incontinence Associated Dermatitis (IAD)(1).

Visit http://www.hartmanndirect.co.uk/ today to buy online and receive 20% off your first order using coupon ‘WELCOME20’ at the checkout.

(1) Bliss et al., Absorbent Briefs Containing Curly Fibre Lower (Acidify) Skin pH Reducing Risk of Incontinence Associated Skin Damage in Older Nursing Home Residents; 2016.