Panty Liners

Anion Pantiliners are a product designed for your daily hygiene. A lot of women/girls wear them on the days in between their periods to absorb any natural discharge to help keep them feeling fresh. They can be worn at the beginning or end of your period when the menstrual flow is light,  or if you experience bladder issues due to pregnancy, age, or menopause.

Anion Pantiliners have four (4) layers: the 1st layer- Ultra fine soft cotton surface for maximum comfort and absorbency; the 2nd layer- A unique patented Anion strip which may help counteract bacteria and promote healthy menstruation; the 3rd layer- is of super soft and absorbent cotton; and the 4th layer, a breathable bottom layer rapidly reduces moisture and heat.

The Anion strip in our pads can emit 6070 anions per cm when in contact with moisture or friction, and releases ionised oxygen.  This will effectively inhibit the survival of bacteria and viruses that may lead to vaginitis in 30-60 seconds.  Vast amounts of anions and oxygen will penetrate into the body through the vagina and the vagina and uterus filled with plenty of oxygen. 


Why would I need a Panty Liner?

Energy / Pain

 When humans lack access to negative ions, their body chemistry changes.  These changes can lead to bouts of depression, physical fatigue and anxiety. Negative Ions (Anions) are required to sustain life.  They have strong absorption capabilities to absorb micro particles in the air to remove dust and bacteria. 

Anion Panty Liners contain an anion strip within the pads. This strip can emit 6070 anions per cm when in contact with moisture or friction, releasing ionised oxygen. 

  • People suffering from pain are reporting amazing results when placing activated pads on the pain affected areas. I.e Back pain, knee pain, toothache, tennis elbow, carpel tunnel, shoulder pain, neck pain, hip pain etc.
  • People such as Hairdressers, Nurses and Retail Assistants who work on their feet all day report that when the liners are placed in their shoes they do not have sore legs at the end of their day.
  • Others are reporting that they have an increase of energy and the ability to stay awake far past their normal bedtime
  • Some are placing the Anion Strip in their water to oxygenate their water


Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Yes, it’s real!

PMS is a group of symptoms related to the menstrual cycle. It doesn’t affect all females. Breast tenderness, bloating and irritability are the most common symptoms of PMS. Symptoms appear 7-10 days before your monthly bleeding begins and go away after your period. The good news is that there are some things you can do to help manage any PMS symptoms:

  • Get more exercise. Special chemicals in the brain are responsible for increasing pleasure and decreasing pain. These chemicals are called endorphins, and exercise helps increase them
  •  Eat less sugar and caffeine.
  • Eat less salt. If you're careful not to eat too much salt, you can help decrease water retention (bloating).

Some women have experienced a significant decrease in PMS since wearing Anion Panty Liners.



 Don’t put up with it!    Having your period can be a pain in itself. Then there are those period cramps we sometimes have to deal with. Not every women/girl gets cramps, but many do. Cramps usually begin during the first three years of your period. The good news is, there are some things you can do to ease the discomfort of period cramps.

  • Try a little light exercise. Activity makes many women feel better.
  • Eat less salt. Drink more water. That “huge” feeling you get each month is caused by increased hormones that make you retain water, which in turn makes body tissue swell. So, drink more water and eat less salt. You'll help relieve bloating and headaches—and you might even feel more comfy in your favourite jeans!
  • Limit caffeine. As tough as it is to cut back on those grandee, extra hot, no whip mochas, taking in less caffeine does help some women feel better.
  • Get enough sleep. It's much easier to deal with discomfort when you're not tired and cranky. Try to catch a few extra z's if you can.

Anion Panty Liners may reduce the severity or totally eliminate cramping and bloating – and may even help improve your sleep.


Perimenopause and Menopause

A Normal Part of Life    Perimenopause extends from age 45 years to age 55 years, although the timing varies among women. During this time, the ovaries produce less oestrogen. Oestrogen is the female hormone that controls how your body matures, your monthly periods, and body changes during pregnancy and breast-feeding.
Menopause, sometimes called "the change of life," marks the end of menstrual periods and of your childbearing years.
The average age of natural menopause (in Australia) is 51.7 years1,  although this varies considerably from one individual to another. Hot flashes (also known as hot flushes, or night sweats if they happen at night) are a symptom of the changing hormone levels that are considered to be characteristic of menopause.

Many women have significantly reduced or eliminated their ‘hot flushes’ by wearing an Anion Panty Liner

 1.  Do KA, Treloar SA, Pandeya N, et al. Predictive factors of age at menopause in a large Australian twin study. Hum Biol 1998;70(6):1073-91


Vaginal Discharge

Leukorrhea (US) or leucorrhoea (Commonwealth) (lu-ker-EA) is a medical term that denotes a thick, whitish or yellowish vaginal discharge. A small amount— perhaps a teaspoon per day—of this clear or white vaginal discharge is normal and helps to clean the vagina and keep it lubricated. During ovulation, the discharge may increase and be similar to the consistency of egg whites. Later in the cycle, before menstruation begins, the discharge may be thicker and stickier. Normal vaginal discharge usually has no odour—certainly not an unpleasant smell—and will usually look clear or milky when it dries on your undergarments. If you notice an unpleasant odour in the vaginal area and/or oddly coloured vaginal discharge, see your doctor. You may have a vaginal infection.

After menopause, it is natural for the vagina to produce less fluid. At that point, vaginal dryness becomes a problem for many women.

Anion Panty Liners is a product designed for your daily hygiene to absorb any natural discharge to help you feeling fresh


Urinary Incontinence

More Common than you may think

Urinary incontinence is an inability to hold your urine until you get to a toilet.

Statistically, in Australia;


  • Studies state that 25-45% of women would have suffered from incontinence at least once in the past year.
  • The incidence of incontinence increases with age: 20 - 30% in young adults, 30 - 40% in the middle aged, and as high as 50% in the elderly.
  • 1 in 3 women who have had a baby experience some loss of bladder control.


  • 17% of men over the age of 60 have incontinence.
  • 42% of that 17% have incontinence on a daily basis.
  • Men experience one third the rate of incontinence compared to females.


  • Staying dry overnight occurs at a median age of 34.1 months in girls and 35.8 months in boys.
  • Around 3% of the population aged 7-12 years experience regular urinary incontinence that disrupts their lives.

Stress incontinence and urge incontinence are the two most common types of incontinence. When these two conditions occur together, doctors may use the term "mixed incontinence."

  • Stress Incontinence—If coughing, laughing, sneezing, or other movements that put pressure on the bladder cause you to leak urine, you may have stress incontinence. Physical changes resulting from pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause often cause stress incontinence. It is the most common form of incontinence in women and is treatable.
  • Urge Incontinence—If you lose urine for no apparent reason while suddenly feeling the need or urge to urinate, you may have urge incontinence. The most common cause of urge incontinence is inappropriate bladder contractions. 

If you experience urinary incontinence, the important thing to know is that incontinence is treatable and often curable at all ages. So even though you may feel embarrassed, discuss the Bladder problems you are having with your doctor.

Females and males are reporting improved symptoms of mild incontinence with the daily use of Anion Panty Liners

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Bladder Control and Pregnancy

During pregnancy, the foetus is pushing down on your bladder. Laughing, coughing and/or sneezing can cause small amounts of urine to leak out. This is called stress incontinence. Although a temporary condition, stress incontinence due to pregnancy can continue after you give birth until weakened pelvic muscles become stronger.


Females are reporting improved symptoms of mild bladder leakage with the daily use of Anion Panty Liners


The Menstrual Cycle

Time for ChangeDuring the years leading up to menopause, it is natural for periods to become more irregular and, therefore, less predictable. Whereas in years past your period may have come like clockwork, you may find yourself much more uncertain about when your period will arrive—and where you will be when that protection is needed.

Anion Panty Liners is a product designed for your daily hygiene to absorb any natural discharge to help you feeling fresh


 Perspiration and Odour

Don’t sweat it !  Vaginal odour is strongest when you perspire and your sweat mixes with bacteria on your skin. The best way to control perspiration and odour is to wear cotton underwear and an
Anion Pantiliner.

 Anion Panty Liners contain an anion strip within the pads. This strip keeps bacteria at bay so no odours can develop. It kills bacteria within 60 seconds. 


Other Protection Concerns

Post-sex leakage
It can be messy. Enough said!


Breakthrough bleeding on the birth control pill
If this is something you experience, discuss this symptom with your doctor.


Irregular bleeding
If this is something you experience, discuss this symptom with your doctor.


Anion Panty Liners provide excellent protection when you aren’t sure what to expect. With the added benefits of the Anion strip within the pads,  bacteria is killed within 60 seconds, keeping odours at bay,  and keeping you feeling fresh and dry.