Abena UK recommends that if you show any symptoms of being incontinent you should always seek professional medical advice. The following organisations can also offer discreet advice free of charge:
Abena high-Quality Skin Care products are made from high quality raw materials and with as few ingredients as necessary.
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Abena Skin Care
Abena offers a comprehensive range of skin care products for daily use. These products are suitable for both dry/problem skin, and normal skin and/or where individuals have to be washed frequently due to the effects of incontinence.
The skin care products are made from high quality raw materials and with as few ingredients as necessary, to minimise the risk of allergic reaction. Our entire product range complies with all legislation applied to these types of product.
The basic products are either delivered in a practical, hygienic dispenser containing 500ml with pump, or in smaller, individually sized tubes.
International product labels in various languages.
Abena - and the Environment
It is very important to Abena that our products have the least possible impact on the climate and environment. Several of our products, mainly within skincare and protection, are labelled with The Nordic Ecolabel and The Asthma and Allergy Association label. Abena are certified and hold a license for many international and national labelling schemes and observe the UN Global Compact.
The Nordic Swan and the allergy label The Abena skin care range is produced from selected high-quality ingredients, and many of the products are labeled with the Nordic Swan and the allergy label.
The criteria for the Nordic Ecolabel (Nordic Swan) are determined by the Nordic Ecolabel Board. These criteria are based on a cradle-to-grave principle that maps the total impact on the environment over five stages, namely raw materials, production, distribution and packaging, use and disposal.
The allergy label is controlled by the Asthma & Allergy Association Denmark, and to recognise a product they demand that the product poses the smallest possible risk of causing allergy, eczema or skin-irritation to the user.