The Intimina Lily is designed to ensure leak-proof protection, giving you the ultimate comfort and peace of mind. There are two sizes available for women who have given birth vaginally and for those who have not given birth yet.
Lunette Model 2
Finnish Quality - Try and Enjoy
Finnish Lunette menstrual cup is an innovative feminine intimate hygiene product. It’s a more beneficial alternative to pads and tampons, that provides leak-free protection, ease of use, and vaginal health. But there is so much more than that!
The cup has a flat, one-piece, flexible stem with ribbed stripes, which makes removal more comfortable when it's filled with liquid. There are also 3 ridges at the bottom of the cup.
The Lunette menstrual cup features a smooth interior surface with no marks, symbols, and inscriptions for easy cleaning.
To make inserting the cup easier, the manufacturer provided it with a thinner rim than on the rivals. The thin rim allows you to twist the cup tightly before use for a snug fit inside your vagina.
5 Colors at Choice
The Lunette cups are available in an array of colors – coral, blue, purple, yellow, and transparent. So, you can pick your favorite color from the options available. No worries! The dye used in colored cups is certified to be safe for medical and food use. The Lunette menstrual cups are a popular choice for millions of women worldwide. Try the Lunette cup for making your period more enjoyable!
Designed to Be Comfortable
The positioning of the air holes is higher than in other similar products. This design allows using the maximum the cup can hold before it needs to be emptied. The Athena Multi-Purpose, Hypoallergenic Wash contains 100% organic ingredients and is perfect for cleaning your cup.
Proper hand hygiene is very important. However, when there are no hand wash facilities, the hand sanitizers can be a good alternative to keep your hands fresh and clean on the go. Besides, the deliciously-scented sanitizing gels kill 99% of bacteria on contact, leaving your hands soft and moisturized.
Choosing The Right Cup For You
How to understand what menstrual cup is right for you? The right size of a cup is as important as its form. Some women may feel pretty comfortable with certain models, while for others the same shape may appear to be less convenient. It depends on your vaginal and cervical length. If you have a short vagina, choose cups that are shorter in length. The cups with an elongated bell-shaped design are better for a long vagina. The wrong form may lead to discomfort and possible leaks. If the cup is too long, it doesn’t pop open fully inside a short vagina. Besides, if you are very active, this can break the seal formed with your vaginal walls. The same is true for a short cup. It may feel as if it's got lost inside a long vagina. The ring that has not been placed properly may cause weaker cup suction when you change your body position. So, consult your gynecologist to find out the unique characteristics of your vagina and make the informed choice.
Stay Fresh With the Intimina Lily
The Intimina Lily menstrual cup is a revolution in feminine intimate hygiene. It’s made from a special medical grade silicone that provides you with many health and environmental benefits.
The Intimina Lily is a bell-shaped reusable silicone cup. The first thing that deserves your attention is a unique concave rim for added comfort and better leakage protection. The vacuum formed holds the cup securely. It’s completely invisible and, unlike tampons, the cup collects your menstrual blood rather than absorbs it. The cup forms an airtight seal that prevents the growth of bacteria.
The Lily menstrual cup is made from a hypoallergenic material, causing no dryness, menstrual toxic shock syndrome, and urinary tract infection. The cup may be worn for 12 hours day and night without fear of leaking. After removing your cup, rinse it under running tap water with detergent.
Feminine Cleansing Cloths will come in handy if you are far from home, being not able to take a bath. They ensure refreshing, gentle cleansing of your delicate skin, providing reliable protection and supreme comfort. Undoubtedly, every woman should keep wet wipes in her purse.
Menstrual Cup Leaking & What to Do About It
A leaking menstrual cup is quite unpleasant. There are a couple of reasons why your menstrual cup is leaking - and it’s not only the wrong size and form of the cup. Let’s consider some of the most frequent reasons:
- It’s not properly inserted
Use your finger to check if it’s been fully open and whether it fits snugly against your vaginal walls. If this problem occurs quite often, rinse your cup with cold water before insertion. This will make the material firmer, and the cup will pop open easier after being inserted.
- Weak pelvic floor muscles
You can do Kegel exercises to strengthen your vaginal muscles.
- Dried blood stuck in airholes
Make sure that the airholes are clean and free from blood, as this can prevent the seal from forming and cause leaks. Clean out the suction holes with a sewing needle and rinse the cup under running tap water.
Cleanliness And Health Go Hand in Hand
Do not forget that pathogenic microbes live in your tap water. So, it’s recommended to rinse your cup with filtered water. The water filter systems are a great solution to make sure the water is safe to drink, cook and clean with.
Menstrual cups are not recommended for women with:
- vaginal discharge (lochia) after delivery
- different types of uterine bleeding
- individual body peculiarities and sensitivity to latex or rubber materials (by doctor's prescription only)
Diva Cup Model 2
Diva Cup - A Better Period Experience!
The Diva menstrual cup is a real lifesaver for every woman during her period. Once you have tried this convenient hygiene product, you will never go back to tampons and pads. A menstrual cup is used internally like a tampon, yet, it’s a reusable hygienic product. Besides, there are numerous benefits of using menstrual cups. It’s made from medical-grade silicone that is exceptionally smooth, elastic, and thick. This material contains no dyes, latex, or any other toxic chemicals. It doesn’t cause any discomfort when inserted, worn, and removed. The silicone is thick enough, so don’t be afraid to damage the cup with your long nails.
Gone are the days when you got itching, worried about minor leaks and changing your tampon in a timely manner. With the Diva menstrual сup you can take on life! The cup is designed to fit snugly against your vaginal walls, causing no discomfort. Special airholes help hold the cup securely inside you. So, there is nothing to worry about - it won't fall out!
According to gynecologists maintaining hygiene in the intimate zone is very important. They recommend avoiding perfumed soaps and gels as they disrupt the natural vaginal flora. So, consider buying the intimate soap or Castile soap to maintain pH balance of the intimate area.
Feel Fresh And Confident All Day Long!
Every woman wants to feel confident in any situation. A menstrual cup is perfectly suited for those who lead physically active lifestyle. And the cellulite creams will help tone your skin and boost your confidence. Feel always at your best during your period!
Menstrual Cups, Tampons, Pads vs Underwear
Some useful recommendations on the underwear:
How to Take Care of Your Menstrual Cup
To maintain your menstrual cup properly, follow the care and cleaning instructions. Boil it in hot water for nearly 5 minutes before the first use and on the last day of the period. Cover the cup with enough water so that it doesn’t touch the sides of the pot, otherwise, you can destroy medical grade silicone! During your period, just rinse your cup with water or clean it with a damp tissue after emptying the contents.
When not in use, store your personal hygiene item in a cloth bag. Normally, all cups come with a free cotton bag. Don't store your menstrual cup in a plastic bag or any other airtight containers, as this may lead to bacterial growth.
If properly maintained, the cup will serve you for decades to come.
Femmy Model 1
Designed for Active Lifestyle
This unique FemmyCycle menstrual cup keeps you protected even on your heavier days while disposable menstrual pads cannot save you from leak troubles. This menstrual cup is an ideal choice for women engaged in any kind of physical activity. So, if sitting around and waiting until your period is over is not about you – this cup is what you need! The good news is that you can use this menstrual cup even during an intense workout since the cup is designed with a unique built-in removal ring that helps eliminate even minor leaks. The cup can be used for up to 12 hours without leaking. It’s really easy to use – just fold the cup, insert it into your vagina, and rotate it 360 degrees in either direction. The cup should rotate easily when properly open.
Moreover, this cup has a unique design. A stem generally looks like a tail ribbed at the bottom for better grip. However, the FemmyCycle cup has a stem shaped like a ring, so you can easily pull it out.
Menstrual Cup Removing
According to your menstrual flow intensity, you need to change a menstrual cup about 2-4 times a day. And don't forget to empty it after overnight use.
For removing, reach the cup's bottom and squeeze to break the seal. Or else you can insert a finger and push on the vaginal walls to release suction and pull out the cup. This method is mostly preferred by new users.
Relax your pelvic muscles to facilitate the removal. Don’t worry, you'll soon get a handle on it! A cup cannot get lost inside your vagina. At the worst, it will go deeper inside, next to the cervix. In this case, push the cup down with your pelvic floor muscles so that you can reach the rim. Here's one more tip that could be of great use. Removing the cup in a squatting position is easier, as the vaginal length becomes shorter.
Your Period Is Not the Reason to Give Up Exercising
A menstrual cup can be used in your daily life and during exercising. Sports enthusiasts will surely appreciate the compression sleeves, which help improve circulation in your lower leg and ankle as well as promote faster muscle recovery after an intense workout.
Blossom Menstrual Cup - Run by Women for Women
Using the Blossom menstrual cup is a simple, gentle, and reliable way to keep clean and free during your monthly period. The Blossom menstrual cup is worn inside the vagina but, unlike pads, it causes no cramping and discomfort. And no more problems with a strand when using tampons. With the Blossom cup, you will forget about dryness, over leaks, and restriction on movements!
The Blossom Cup is a new and improved feminine hygiene product made of velvety soft silicone, which is safe even for the most sensitive skin. The cup is folded for easy insertion and correct position when pops open. Also, the cup helps remove unpleasant vaginal smell. This is possible due to the vacuum that doesn't let oxygen come in contact with the blood.
The Blossom Menstrual Cup comes in a large size, which is suitable for those who have given birth vaginally and those who are over 30.
The first aid kit will help you take necessary actions in emergency situations until the ambulance arrives.
2 Folding Techniques for Menstrual Cups
Squeeze the cup's walls together, folding the sides in a C shape.
Squeeze both sides together with your index finger to form a U shape.
Made With Care About the Environment
Unlike disposable pads and tampons, menstrual cups are more hygienic and eco-friendly. They don’t pollute the environment, as they create no waste. Menstrual cups are a budget alternative to disposable personal hygiene products. With proper care, the cup will serve you for up to 10 years! Using menstrual cups, you will contribute to your health and the mother earth.
The Reasons Why Your Menstrual Cup Is Leaking In the Morning
Some women complain that a cup is leaking after they wake up in the morning. This may happen because you don't change your sleep position during the night. Thus, a cup forms to your body, and after you wake up, it isn't quite in the right position and may cause leaks. In fact, firm cups leak more often. So, if you tend to sleep on one side, take a closer look at a softer cup like the Blossom Menstrual Cup.
What is a Menstrual Cup
The choice of personal care products is rather a delicate hygiene issue. Currently, menstrual cups gain popularity among a wide selection of period products on the market. A menstrual cup is a reusable container designed for the collection of menstrual fluid. Give it a try instead of disposable pad and tampons and you will fully appreciate all its benefits. The cups are normally made from medical-grade silicone, being absolutely safe for your health. This material causes no dryness, itching, and toxic shock syndrome (TSS). At first, the cup may seem difficult to use. However, once you get the hang of it, you will see how easy and comfortable it is.
Bidet toilet seats will make your personal hygiene far easier. They are really handy during your period and truly beneficial for your health. Also, you will really appreciate the castile soaps that leaves your delicate skin softer than silk.
What Features to Compare
Type & Size
When it comes to selecting a menstrual cup, one should primarily consider its type and size. Typically, the majority of menstrual cups comes in two sizes: large and small. The cup size depends on the general female characteristics. The small size menstrual cups are recommended for women under 30 who have never given birth vaginally. A large size is suggested for women who have delivered a baby vaginally and those who are over 30 since pelvic floor muscles become weaker over time. There is a slight difference between the two sizes, yet it’s very important when it comes to such a delicate issue.
You should also check if there are small air holes around the rim that allow the cup to fit snugly against your vaginal walls. Some cups don't need air holes, as they have an inner rim or an elongated bell-shaped design with curved edges, that helps form a suction seal.
Time of protection
Today there is a wide range of cups available that offer adequate leakage protection up to 10-12 hours. So, you can leave it in overnight or throughout a day.
Q: How do these cups work?
A: Menstrual cups catch menstrual fluid from inside a vagina during a female's menstrual cycle. The cups should be emptied every 8-12 hours.
Q: Do menstrual cups offer an adequate protection during the period?
A: When fitted and sealed properly, a menstrual cup provides 100% leak proof protection. However, new users may need some experience to insert or remove a cup. Also, the right cup capacity and size are essential for adequate period protection.
Q: Are they discreet?
A: Menstrual cups are discreet feminine hygiene products. They are easily hidden inside a vagina without strings attached. When inserted correctly, a cup will be hardly noticeable.
Q: Are menstrual cups convenient?
A: Menstrual cups are a very comfortable feminine hygiene product. But some new users may feel discomfort if it's not inserted properly or the size is wrong for them.
Q: How long can I wear a cup?
A: On average, a cup can be worn for about 8-12 hours, yet it depends on the specific circumstances. Besides, the cup's capacity and size determine how long it can provide an adequate leakage protection.
Q: Do menstrual cups emit any odors?
A: Menstrual cups give off a somewhat unpleasant odor only after the menstrual fluid being exposed to air. Actually, they prevent odors when compared to disposable pads and tampons.
Q: Are these cups environmentally-friendly?
A: Menstrual cups are reusable and eco-friendly feminine hygiene products. They do not create paper waste like other paper-based personal care products that can harm the environment.
Q: Why are menstrual cups better than other period protection products?
A: The main reasons for that are: eco-friendliness, safety, cleanliness, effectiveness, practicality, convenience of use, comfort, an affordable price, freedom of movements.
Q: Are there a lot of brands, types, models, and sizes available?
A: Today there is a plethora of brands, types, models, and sizes presented on the market. Each model offers a great variety of features, sizes, designs, and options to meet women's specific hygiene needs.
Q: Where can I buy one?
A: Menstrual cups can be bought in drug stores, pharmacies, grocery stores, and via online ordering.
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