Revolutionizing Care with Innovative Solutions:
Welcome to DiviDiaper – where we are committed to redefining diaper care beyond conventional limitations. Our groundbreaking system meticulously separates liquids from solids, delivering unparalleled defense against a spectrum of infections, including diaper rash, urinary tract infections (UTIs), bed sores, fungal and bacterial infections, and skin irritations. Moreover, our revolutionary catheter system, designed specifically for catheter-dependent patients, ensures optimal comfort and shields against Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections (CAUTI).
Recipient of the prestigious Rise Innovation Award, DiviDiaper establishes a new paradigm in diaper care. Our innovative design not only offers protection but also prioritizes comfort and peace of mind.
As an award-winning and revolutionary solution, DiviDiaper sets the standard for diaper care across all age groups. Caregivers can rely on its comprehensive protection, while wearers experience unprecedented comfort and confidence. Join us in embracing the evolution of diaper care with DiviDiaper – where advanced technology sets a new benchmark in hygiene and comfort.
Liquid & Solid
Our mission is to enhance lives by providing innovative, comfortable, and high-quality solutions that have a transformative impact, ultimately changing lives for the better.
Award Winner & Nominee
DiviDiaper won INDA’s 2018 RISE Innovation Award, competing against Freudenberg Group and Suominen. This innovative product, which was initially presented at Carlos Richer’s Absorbent Hygiene New Trends workshop in November 2017 and featured on FOX 5 News in 2018, has been recognized by doctors and nurses as, not only being infection-reducing to the AI and infant populations, but also as potentially life-saving in cases where diaper- and catheter-associated infections resulted in fatal sepsis (not to mention having short- and long-term cost benefits). According to Dr. Poppas, “It should be used by all [needing diapers because] it’s just a better diaper [that] makes good sense.” (July 2017).
Weill Cornell Medicine
"The [Divi]Diaper is truly important. I know that this addition . . . will improve the patient care and will likely be used as a daily diaper. Wonderful concept. . . . it should be used by all bab[ies] to prevent stool form spreading to genital area . . . .Just a better diaper to keep stool from extending to urinary and reproductive tracts makes good sense…"