Menstrual Cups are made of High Quality Medical-Grade Silicone, which is naturally nontoxic, chemical free, odor free and hypoallergenic safe. The medical grade silicone is widely used in healthcare products such as baby pacifiers, catheters and it doesn’t contain dioxins and allergic substances. Menstrual cups collect blood, making 100% securely sealed inside and thus eliminating bacteria that otherwise would occur through air. In addition, it helps eliminate any smell, itchy skin or allergy.
Menstrual Size Guide
- Extra Small – Ideal for teens – 18 years of age or younger or women with petite physique. Light to Normal flow with an average of 1-2 tampons per day.
- 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.
How to Use 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 menstrual 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 Menstrual 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.
- Sterilization: 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 doesnt touch the bottom of the hot pot. You can also use a menstrual cup sterilizer if available.