Rustic Art Menstrual Cup
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Menstrual Cup is the right step towards hassle-free period and saving the enviornment from the harmful effects of sanitary napkins and tampons. It is made of 100% platinum silicon. It is very soft, body-friendly ,eco-friendly, easy to use, hygienic, resuable, economical and non-allergic.
Menstrual cup is a revolutionary product that is helping women lead a lifestyle with no hiccups, especially during those days. While balancing work and home, the last thing on a woman's mind should be her natural process of periods, and with this product, that has been taken care of - freedom from sanitary napkins, tampons, the odour that comes with them, rashes and a lot more.
It comes in two sizes : Small (For women of age between 18 to 30 years) and Large (For women above 30 years).
This set consists of : 1 Menstrual Cup, 1 Cloth pouch for the menstrual cup, 2 Cloth Pads, 4 Inserts for the cloth pads, 1 packet of paper soaps and 1 User Manual.
Dimensions: 17.5 x 10 x 6.25 cm
Small – For women of age between 18 to 25 years and Height less than 5 ft, Circumference 4.0cm* Height 7.0cm,Stem Length :25mm, Volume: 25ml
Large – For women above 18 years and Height above 5 ft, Circumference 4.5cm* Height 7.0cm, Stem Length :25mm, Volume: 30ml
If you're wondering whether this is a right decision, we are here to assure you that it surely is! Menstrual cup is made from body-friendly silicone which has been rigorously tested by international standards. This cup is the right step towards a hassle-free period and saving the environment from the harmful effects of sanitary napkins and tampons. Fear of inserting something in your vaginal cavity is absolutely normal and is more of a psychological block that can be easily overcome. Once that is conquered, we're sure you will feel liberated, just as women all over the world are.
- Easy to use
How do I clean it? At the beginning of each period: 1. Use hot water to sterilise it. Take hot / boiling water in a mug and put the cup in it. 2. You can also boil the cup in a vessel full of water so that the cup does not settle in bottom and burn. 3. You can wash the cup with mild non fragrant soap before putting it in hot water. 4. Sterilise the cup before your periods in boiling water for 8-10 mins.
During period: 1. Remove the cup from the vaginal cavity and rinse it thoroughly in fresh running water. That’s all! 2. You can wash it with warm/hot water with the soap strips provided or with a mild soap.
At the end of each period: 1. Use hot water to sterilise it. Take hot / boiling water in a mug and put the cup in it. 2. You can wash the cup with mild non fragrant soap before putting it in hot water. 3. Sterilise the cup before your periods in boiling water for 8-10 mins. How often do I need to remove and rinse the cup during period? Once in 8 to 12 hours is enough. Usually, once while taking the morning bath and once before going to bed is sufficient. For days with heavy flow, you can do it more frequently. It will take 3-4 cycles for you to get used to the cup. That will determine how often you need to empty the cup, which way is easier for you to insert and remove the cup. This process will also help you understand your body better. If the cup fits perfectly, there will be no spotting at all.
There are only two reasons why spotting should happen: 1. The cup hasn't opened up inside. 2. The cup is full