Discover why TENA Mini Pads are designed to offer you
superior protection so you can get on with your day.

Secure Protection and Odour Control

TENA Mini Pads contain Super Absorbent Polymers (SAP) to quickly absorb leaks & neutralise odours so you can stay dry & fresh for up to 12 hours.

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Improved Discretion and Protection

TENA Mini Pads' feminine design and asymmetrical shape improves comfort and fit. It has a thin front & back to improve discretion without compromising on protection.

With our patented Triple Protection from leaks, odours and moisture.

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Protection You Can Trust
Day and Night

TENA has a wide range of pads suited to any level of leaks so you can stay dry day & night.

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Frequently asked Questions

It is recommended to change your pad every 4-6 hours or when it feels wet. Wearing an incontinence pad for too long can cause accidental leakage and skin irritation. 

TENA offers a wide range of products to suit any level of bladder leakage. Try our Product Finder to get a personalised product recommendation based on how much liquid you are leaking, how often you are leaking throughout the day and what type of products you are currrently using.

TENA Pads have been thoroughly tested to protect you from leaks during normal wear. 

Leaks can occur due to a variety of reasons:

  • Incorrect wear: make sure the pad is facing the correct way when you are attaching it to your underwear. The arrow on the backing paper indicates where the top of the pad is.
  • Using the wrong pad for your level of leakage: you may be leaking if you are using a product not absorbent enough for your level of bladder leaks.Take our Product Finder quiz to find the right product for you or call our Customer Care team for advice - 1800 623 347.
  • Wearing the pad for too long: each type of TENA Pad is designed to hold a certain level of liquid. If you wear the pad for too long after you've had bladder leaks, this reduces how much liquid can be absorb which causes leaking.

All TENA Pads have Super Absorbent Polymers (SAP) that absorbs liquids and locks it deep within the pad, keeping you feeling dry. The SAP is also pH-balanced to neutralise ammonia in urine, which is the cause of bladder leak related odours. 

No - period pads are not good to use for bladder leaks. Period pads are designed to absorb a slow, seeping, viscous fluid, whereas incontinence products manage the faster, thinner flow of urine. Incontinence pads lock liquid away to prevent odours from developing and keeping the skin’s surface dry. Period pads also don't have odour control technology for urine.

You may choose period products because they're cheaper than incontinence products. However, considering many incontinence liners will absorb more than a small sanitary pad, the savings don’t really add up. You’ll likely need to use many more period products to manage your incontinence compared to purpose-made products.