Consumer Reports is looking for thoughts on incontinence products

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Akastus

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Sadly, I'm not sure that it will make much difference. The consumer, in most commercial parlance, is the entity paying for the product, and even with adult nappies, 90% of the time that is not the end user.
 
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That's where the problem lies though. Even with HSA, you can only buy products that the government allows. If you search for HSA eligible incontinence products, you're given a very narrow field of products. The bad thing is that these products are all terrible and it's OUR money, and yet are still limited in what we can buy.
 

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Consumer Reports is a biased & untrustworthy publication anyway.

Some of their legislation objectives I do not support but overall, I have found Consumer Reports to be pretty fair in the product testing and other activities.
 
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