Leakproof and safe, the menstrual cup is comfortable and secured enough to exercise or play any sports if properly inserted. Save thousands of disposable pads or tampons from going into waste, and save money in the long run! Each reusable menstrual cup comes with a small drawstring pouch for storing it. Made in United States of America.
FDA-registered and medical-grade silicone.
10 to 15 years if well-taken care of. If the cup changes colour, becomes slimy, or alters in appearance, stop all use immediately.
How To Insert
After washing your hands and your menstrual cup with non-fragrance soap and water, towel dry the cup.
For a shell-fold, fold the cup by placing your index finger on the rim and pushing it down into the centre of the cup. On the other hand, you can opt for a heart-fold by pressing the sides of the cup together and fold in half to form a tight U-shape.
Twist while you insert and release once inserted. The stem of the cup should be around your vaginal opening.
Ensure that the cup has opened up and it does not feel loose. You may hear a “pop” or suction sound if the cup is inserted correctly. Alternatively, you can slightly pull the stem and if you feel resistance, it suggests that the suction has been created. When in doubt, reach to feel the base of the cup and it should feel round and oval with no noticeable folds.
Each menstrual cup can last you about 10 to 12 hours on average, depending on your flow!
How To Remove
Wash your hands with non-fragrance soap and water. Squeeze your pelvic floor muscles to push the cup to the opening of the vagina.
Hold your bottom and squeeze to release the suction slowly to release. Drain and wash the cup under cold or warm water with non-fragrance soap and water.
Re-insert if needed, as per the steps shown above.
Between each menstrual cycle, sanitize your cup by placing it in boiling water for 20 minutes.
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