Apparel & Accessories Review

Sneeze Without Fear – Icon Pee Proof Undies

@IconUndies Pee Proof Underwear - review via @chgdiapers

Change-Diapers received a product at no cost for review purposes. Post contains referral links. All opinions are our own! Have you ever frozen in fear as you sneezed? Had to change your undies after a coughing fit? You’re not the only one. During pregnancy and after giving birth it happens to the best of us; 1 in 3 to be exact. Enter Icon.

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Icon’s pee-proof undies are available in bikini (what I received) or hi-waist styles. Before I get down to the nitty gritty, I have to share the confirmation email I received.

@IconUndies confirmation email via @chgdiapers

I didn’t prance (since I wasn’t wearing my Icon undies yet) but I managed to resist the urge to iron them. 😉

My Icon undies came in a nice little bag I’m sure I will be able to reuse.

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The first thing I noticed was how soft they were.

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They reminded me a bit of seamless undies I’ve bought from a slightly overpriced lingerie store, only these seem to be better made.

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They just look like really nice underwear, right? Choose from black, nude or blue in sizes XS to XXXL in both the bikini and hi-waist styles.

Here’s what sets them apart:

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This ultra thin absorbency in the gusset can hold up to 5 teaspoons, eliminates odors and the leak resistant sides and wicking material will keep you dry and comfortable without requiring a change of clothes! No “action shot” (you’re welcome!) but you’ll have to trust me that they are comfortable, thin and awesome.

Ditch crinkly, itchy and expensive liners and give Icon a try. If you use my Icon referral link you’ll get $10 off your first order. Then sign up for the program and earn money towards more pairs. Icon has a 30-day “tinkle test” (tee-hee) where you can return them within 30 days if you don’t love them. Bikinis retail for $30 and hi-waist for $34. In addition to their amazing referral program, each purchase helps fund surgery, treatments and recovery for women experiencing Fistulas, via the Fistula Foundation.

Shop Icon, “like” Icon on Facebook, follow @iconundies on Twitter, Icon Undies on Instagram and Icon Undies on Pinterest.

Have you ever been caught by surprise by a sneeze? Which Icon style and color would you like to try?


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Maria Moser
Maria is the mother of 3, writing about cloth diapers & going green. You'll often find her juggling her preschooler and typing 1-handed in between sips of cold coffee. Maria works with many companies within the cloth diaper industry and beyond, providing social media management, product development and other services.
4 Comments
  • Michelle
    May 3, 2017 at 4:29 pm
    Reply

    I purchased a 10 pack of these expensive undies several months ago with very high hopes. Unfortunately they are not worth it. They do look and feel nice, however, the area of absorption is too small so if you are not sitting absolutely perfectly you miss your mark and still end up wet. Also, I don’t know what is in the liner but the odor is awful, much worse that when wearing plain cotton undies or a pantyliner, it’s terribly embarrassing. Tried to write a review only to learn that they “moderate the reviews” so you do not get to see all of the unfavorable reviews for these.

    • May 3, 2017 at 5:17 pm
      Reply

      Oh man! Did you contact them about the issues? I didn’t have any problems but I only had 1 pair and my daughter ended up stealing them to use instead of liners during her cycle.

  • Jan Gordon
    July 8, 2016 at 10:12 am
    Reply

    I would like to know how to contact you.

    • May 3, 2017 at 5:18 pm
      Reply

      I didn’t see this comment when you posted it, sorry. Contact me or Icon?

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