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Tena/Serenity Moderate Thin Pads, Long, Case/128 (4/32s)

As advertised on TV. The Serenity Pads by Tena are available in 9 sizes from the smallest pantiliner to the Overnight Pads.

NorthShore Item No.: 4903

Model No.: 52070

Availability: In stock

$69.99
Moderate Absorbency
Disposable
Disposable
For Women or Girls
For Women or Girls
Latex Free
Latex Free
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Description:

Tena/Serenity Pads and Liners are the ideal solution for light to moderate stress incontinence where a little added protection is needed. Choose from the panty-liner sized Liner to the Ultimate Pad with contoured shape. The full-length adhesive strip holds the pad securely in place and are pH balanced to neutralize odors. Latex-free.

Features Include:

  • Individually Wrapped

    Just drop in your purse and use when needed.

  • Air Dry Layer

    Allows for all-around circulation while locking fluid into the absorbent core, helping maintain a natural skin environment.

  • Cushiony Side Gathers

    Provides a fit that conforms to your body.

  • Advanced Odor Protection

    PH-balanced to fight against odors.

  • Adhesive Strip

    Provides secure placement in your own underwear.

Brand Serenity, Tena
UPC 380040520707
Model No 52070
Manufacturer SCA Personal Care
Country of Manufacture USA with USA & Imported Components
Piece Weight .7 oz.
Absorbency 7 oz.
Absorbent Zone 3.5 x 12 in.
Dimensions (Actual Size) 4.5 x 13 in.
Crotch Width 3.5 in.
Shop For Women, Youth
Incontinence Type Urinary
Reusability Disposable
Backsheet Plastic, Waterproof
Odor Control Moderate
Leak Guards Yes
Adhesive Backing Yes
Individually Wrapped Yes
Varies by Size/Qty 0.55
Drop Ship from Mfg? No

Which product of TENA pads do you recommend for ABL (accidental bowel leakage)?

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