Updated 09 June 2015

Live A Full Life With TENA Lady Mini Magic™

Life is for living, right? So why let unexpected leaks stop you from living the life you were born to lead?


Bladder weakness is nothing to be ashamed of – more women than you realise struggle with the occasional leaking of urine, especially when they cough, sneeze, laugh or jump. But there’s no need to struggle alone or worry about leakage and odour – with TENA Lady Mini Magic™ pantyliners, you get maximum discretion and superb absorption.

Unlike regular pantyliners, these small, soft liners, purpose-made for bladder weakness, have a compact body shape, fast absorption and a quick-dry surface, making them the perfect choice for very light bladder weakness.

They are so discreet in fact – just 3mm – that they are no thicker than a nail file! And yet they absorb twice as much urine leakage as regular pantyliners, three times faster. They’re as comfortable and discreet as your normal pantyliner, just far better for urine absorption.

The QuickDry surface ensures the liquid is quickly absorbed and locked away so that you feel instantly dry, and Fresh Odour Control™ neutralises odours to keep you fresh and confident throughout your day.

TENA Lady Mini Magic™ also has a silky soft surface for maximum comfort, so that you can go about your busy life without ever having to worry about leakage or odour.

TENA Lady Mini Magic™ liners are priced from R43.90 for a pack of 34. The full range of TENA products for light and heavy bladder weakness is available at leading retailers.

For advice please call us on 0860 673 377. Visit TENA for more information or to order a free sample or buy online at


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Prenevin Govender completed his MBChB at the University of Cape Town in 2001. He obtained his Fellowship of the College of Urologists in 2009 and graduated with distinction for a Masters in Medicine from the University of Cape Town in 2010. His special interests include laparoscopic, pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence surgery. He consults full-time at Life Kingsbury Hospital in Claremont.

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