Rayleigh, United Kingdom, April 14, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The latest dressing aid on the mobility market has been invented by a young entrepreneur based in Essex. Pop&Go Underwear enables people with limited mobility or injuries to get dressed and change underwear without having to bend down or even take off their lower items of clothing and shoes.
Thanks to discrete fasteners positioned on the sides, Pop&Go Underwear helps wearers put on underwear independently without the risk of a fall, and without the need for a carer.
Inventor Aurora Tyas launched her business with the support of the Prince's Trust charity as she specifically wanted to help people with mobility issues like her grandmother.
"I realised how difficult it becomes to dress and undress with limited mobility or after having surgery, so I designed Pop&Go Underwear with this in mind, aiming to create an innovative dressing aid for people who want to dress independently without needing to ask for help, and without having to resort
to ugly paper knickers."
The underwear is easy to use and the fasteners are very simple and comfortable, similar to those found on bodysuits and other clothing. The fabric is soft, durable and machine washable.
Pop&Go Underwear are an attractive and practical help. Women's briefs are currently available online on our website for all UK sizes between 8 and 18. Pop&Go Underwear for men are scheduled for Spring 2014.
For further media information, including samples and photographs, please get in touch with Aurora 07910 381 895 / Health@PopandGoKnickers.com
Notes to Editors:
· Press studs Briefs – 2 pairs with 1 carry pouch £26.99 (free delivery)
· Bikini Clasp Briefs – 2 pairs with 1 carry pouch £19.99 (free delivery)
· Available in all UK sizes 8-18 in black
· Website: www.PopandGoKnickers.com
· Twitter: @PopandGoHealth
· Facebook: www.facebook.com/PopandGoHealthcare
· Inventor and founder, Aurora Tyas, is available for interview.