Menstrual Size Guide
- Extra Small: Ideal for teens – 18 years of age or younger, or women with a petite physique.
- Small: Ideal for women under the age of 25 years or who haven’t given birth.
- Large: Ideal for women over the age of 25 years or who have given birth.
Menstrual Cups are crafted from premium medical-grade silicone, ensuring that they are naturally nontoxic, chemical-free, odor-free, and hypoallergenic. This safe and reliable material is widely used in healthcare products such as baby pacifiers and catheters, and it does not contain dioxins or other allergic substances. By securely collecting blood, menstrual cups eliminate bacteria that could otherwise be introduced through the air, which can help to prevent odor, itchiness, and allergies. Choose Menstrual Cups for a comfortable, hygienic, and Eco-friendly period experience.
Benefits of using Menstrual Cups:
- Environmentally friendly: Menstrual cups can be reused for years, reducing waste compared to disposable menstrual products.
- Cost-effective: By investing in a menstrual cup, you can save money in the long run compared to buying disposable menstrual products every month.
- Comfortable: Menstrual cups are designed to fit your body, providing a comfortable and secure fit. Plus, they don’t produce the same kind of odor as disposable menstrual products.
- Convenient: Menstrual cups can be worn for up to 12 hours, depending on your flow, which means you don’t need to worry about changing them as often as disposable products.
- Hygienic: Menstrual cups are made from medical-grade silicone, which means they are naturally hypoallergenic and won’t cause irritation.
- Travel-friendly: Since menstrual cups are reusable, they are ideal for travel, eliminating the need to pack bulky packs of disposable menstrual products.
- Empowering: Using a menstrual cup can help you feel more connected to your body and in control of your menstrual cycle.
How to use a Menstrual cup:
- Wash your hands with soap and water.
- Wash your menstrual cup with warm water for first-time use.
- Practice folding your menstrual cup and insert the cup while either sitting, squatting or standing with one leg raised.
- The proper position of the menstrual cup is lower than tampons. Upon insertion, release and let the cup unfold and adhere to the vaginal wall.
- To remove, locate the base of the cup with your finger, press the walls of the menstrual cup inwards to release the suction.
- Gently pull the cup out with a firm grip and empty it.
- Sterilize the menstrual cup: At each menstrual period, boil your menstrual cup in bubbling-boiling water for 3-5 minutes before first use and repeat the same after the last use. Kindly ensure your cup doesn’t touch the bottom of the hot pot. You can also use a menstrual cup sterilizer if available.