About Incontinence!

Incontinence is a part of many people's lives but by raising awareness and offering solutions, you can stop it from dictating your life. Everybody deserves to live a healthy, stress-free life, The taboo around the topic of incontinence makes openly talking about experiences difficult. Let us empower and support each other with solutions to take charge of our bladder and bowel health and in turn, take charge of our life.

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About Incontinence
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We at Mello...

are built around empowering incontinent men and women with solutions to take charge of their life. You do not have to live around incontinence but with the right solutions, you can live comfortably with it. We exist for enabling you to resume doing all the things you enjoyed before incontinence took the reign. We listen to your concerns with empathy and care to create solutions that cater to your needs. By putting you first, we ensure more than just high quality products, we offer a high quality life.

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Join us in celebrating life and living it to the fullest. We hear you and we are here for you.

Incontinence is not simply a physical condition, it has a significant mental, emotional and social impact. Even though incontinence is a widespread medical condition, there is a taboo over the topic that makes people uncomfortable to talk about their experience. This, in turn, makes seeking solutions harder. People with incontinence isolate themselves and feel embarrassed to talk about their struggles. At Mello, we appreciate the complexity of incontinence. This is why we are working towards building a strong community that freely speaks about their experience with incontinence.

Our goal is to create a safe space for people to have open conversations, support each other and raise knowledge and awareness about incontinence. So let us, together, build a supportive ecosystem and dispel the taboo over incontinence

  • 1 in 4

    adults are living with incontinence

  • 1 out of 4

    incontinent people do not seek advice and treatment for their problem due to the taboo surrounding the issue

  • 1 in 25

    children under the age of 18 experience incontinence while 2 in 4 people over the age of 65 are incontinent

  • The prevalence of incontinence is expected to increase due to an aging population

At Mello, we speak on behalf of these silent people.