“ Brand: Tena / Type: Pantyliners „
I was diagnosed as having irritable bladder when I was twenty two after always needing to go to the toilet and leaking urine it was making my life unbarable. I had all sorts of tests done. I was given medication for it but this stopped me weeing altogether so I desided to live with it. Panty liners are a life saver for people like me! The packaging~ Comes in plight pink bag. It tells me it is Tena Lady Light aloe vera version. The pack contains twenty two liners. They are individually wrapped in a pretty pink plastic wrapper that makes it descreat in every ladies handbag. The liner is made from cotton and you can smell the scent of aloe vera very slightly. Myself using them~ Attach them to your knickers of course. They have a plastic lable that you tear off with sticky underneath. I change my liner every two to tree hours to make sure I'm comfortable and smelling fresh as I'm always paranoid that I smell of urine and being wet. These liners are a thumbs up for me they are descrete and very comfortable to wear.
I don't know about you but I'm a great fan of pantyliners. After that dreaded time of the month and just simply to keep my underwear fresh and clean they're always something that I buy and recently I saw these Tena 'Lights' in my local Asda store on offer for a pound and decided that I should give them a go! The Packaging: The Tena liners come in a light pink plastic coloured bag and on the front of them there is a picture depicted of a flower and we are told that they are Lights By Tena 'Liners, Aloe Vera' and that there are 22 of them. Other information on the packet given includes being told a bit about other liners in the range, we are told a bit about the product and contact details for SCA Hygiene Ltd are given. Inside the packet there are 22 liners all within light pink plastic wrappers and within each one is a white coloured thin pad backed with white and pink flowers on it paper backing that simply pulls off. Nice feminine looking packaging this is, not too busy but informative enough. The Liners: These are not incontinence pads just because they are from the brand that is Tena. They really are just pantyliners, made for every day freshness. Rather thin with a material soft cotton feeling and looking top to it which has a ridge just within the outline of the outer liner to obviously help take moistness away from the skin and lots of little round indentations and with a slight curve to the middle of it for easy fitting to pants these are really soft against the skin, none agitating and mould themselves well to your body shape. The underside is made from waterproof plastic and is very sticky indeed so once popped into place they really do stay secure for hours. Although meant to be infused with Aloe Vera these have no fragrance to them at all but they are really soft and silky feeling and really do feel like good quality. When finished with them you simply have to pop them in a bin or whatever and not down a toilet mind! Verdict: These are simply fabulous, easy to use and good sized and quality panty liners. They are never gonna sop up a whole wee but for dribbles and the likes these do for me well and really do look after my undies! I like the fact that I can keep fresh on the go and dispose of them and replace one with ease when I feel like it and all in all this is another great addition to the already great Tena range in my opinion! Available in all good chemists and supermarkets etc and if not on offer will be found to cost about £2.00 a packet.