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Tena





Company Headquarters

Bäckstensgatan 5
Mölndal, 40503
Sweden

Company Description

Under the brand name Tena, Essity provides a full range of absorbent products tailored to the distinct needs of men and women, including pantiliners, daytime and overnight pads, male guards, protective underwear, briefs, skin care products, and underpads. 

Brand Owner

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