Roughly 1 in 3 Women Experience Bladder Leaks

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Finess, by Privy, the first FDA-cleared product to stop bladder leaks before they start, now available at Target

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Now available in 12-pack, 36-pack and Target-exclusive Trial pack.

We are thrilled that Target is putting Finess on shelves to offer women a new solution for bladder leaks.

Available now in over 800 Target retail locations and nationwide on, women who experience mild- to-moderate bladder leaks, clinically known as stress urinary incontinence (SUI), can purchase both trial and full-size packs of Finess®.

Finess is a first-of-its-kind, FDA-cleared product designed to stop bladder leaks before they start. Placed over the urethral opening and sealed in place by a gentle hydrogel adhesive, Finess prevents urine from leaking out when increased abdominal pressure is placed on the bladder – while exercising, during a coughing fit, or when sneezing.

This single-use, disposable product eliminates the need for bulky and uncomfortable pads and fits discreetly in a small pocket.

“Women spend over $250 annually on products that don't solve this issue and are willing to spend another $250 to find an alternative solution,” says Evi Heilbrunn, CEO of Privy. “We are thrilled that Target is putting Finess on shelves to offer women a new solution for bladder leaks as they walk down, or digitally navigate, the Target femcare aisle this fall.”

In 2019, Privy was invited to participate in Target’s Takeoff Wellness accelerator program for product-focused startups creating solutions in a number of categories.

Privy® is the first, women-led, feminine care company developing innovative and clinically proven solutions for women’s health issues. Finess, a #BlogHer Health 2019 Pitch Winner, is Privy’s first retail product. For more information about Finess, visit For more information about Privy, visit For media inquiries, please contact

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