The Clear Advantage Male External Catheter with Aloe is a one piece catheter design for a wear time of about 48 hours. The adhesive in the catheter is more aggressive for men with an oily skin base, or that live in a warm humid climate. They offer a kink-resistant nozzle that eliminates “blow offs” and urine backups.
Made of Silicone, it is 100% latex free so there are no allergic reactions. Its transparent properties allow the user to check their skin underneath without having to remove the catheter during use. Breathability is increased with the ultra-thin sheath, and aloe is added to the adhesive to help keep healthy.
Available in 5 sizes to accommodate all men Small, Medium, Intermediate, Large, and X-Large
Some men who have trouble keeping a catheter on can benefit from the Clear Advantage Male Catheter. Perspiration, and body oil are attributes that break down adhesive faster. For men who have skin where this is a factor the Clear Advantage will give them the extra adhesion necessary. Aloe is also added to the lining of the catheter to help maintain a healthy condition of the skin.
It is recommended that the skin should be cleaned with a mild soap that does not contain moisturizers.
Choosing the correct Male Catheter Size
Getting the correct size is important to achieve maximum wear without any problems. Print out the PDF measurement guide we have provided. Cut out the half circles and rest the guide across the penis in its natural state closest to the body. Find the size that best fits without having to force or have any spaces on the sides. If you find yourself in between 2 sizes we suggest that you choose the smaller size. If after you apply the male external catheter and you feel a little pressure or tightness you can take a blunt pair of scissors and snip the band at the base of the male catheter. This will relieve have pressure you may experience.
For Sensitive Skin using a Male Catheter
If skin integrity is an issue, and the user has sensitive or frail skin we suggest the use of a skin barrier. The skin barrier, when applied to the area of the penis that the adhesive comes in contact with, creates an invisible shield. What we like to call “fake skin”. So the adhesive in the sheath of the catheter is not coming in direct contact with the skin, but with the skin barrier. The skin barrier is easily removed with soap and warm water in the shower.
Male External Catheter is difficult to remove
Male Catheters should roll off as easy as they roll on, but if there is any trouble removing it try using an adhesive remover. Take a blunt pair of scissors and snip the band at the base of the catheter, and gently work the remover underneath it gently peeling away the catheter. If there is any suborn residue the adhesive remover will take care of this as well. Soap and warm water while taking a shower can also add in the removal of the catheter. Just be patient and take your time.