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The Moontime Cup Menstrual Cup (Small) is a cheaper and eco-friendly alternative to the good ‘ol pads and tampons. This hypoallergenic cup is made with medical-grade silicone and doesn’t come with BPA, latex and other unsafe materials.
Did you know that 400 million pounds of sanitary pads and tampons end up in landfills every year? This is why investing in eco-friendly feminine hygiene products is something you should consider, such as the Moontime Cup Menstrual Cup (Small). It’s designed for women under/aged 35, haven’t given birth or have a light flow. Made with medical-grade silicone, this menstrual cup doesn’t contain BPA, latex, and other unsafe materials; it’s also US FDA-registered. Set includes 1 menstrual cup, 1 sterilizer collapsible cup, organic cotton bag, and instruction manual.
Start by sterilizing your Moontime Cup Menstrual Cup (Small). If you’re using a pot, soak your cup in boiling water for 3-5 minutes before your first use. If you’re using the sterilizer cup, put the menstrual cup inside the sterilizer cup, fill it with water, close the lid, put it in the microwave and boil it for 3 minutes. Take note that you only need to sterilize your cup before and after your cycle. You can use water (with or w/o mild soap) to rinse and clean your cup during your period.
After that, apply water-based lube to the rim of the cup. Fold the sterilized cup and push it into the vagina gently until it reaches the cervix. Rotate the cup to ensure that it’s fully open and a seal has been created to the vaginal wall. There’s a lot of fold to choose from. The most common ones are C-fold, Punch down fold, and 7-fold. We recommend checking the manual or watching video guides, then try different variations to see which works best for you.
When inserted correctly, you’ll most likely feel that it “popped” inside. If you did, congrats! Feel free to move and leave it inside for up to 12 hours. Unlike tampons or regular pads, you shouldn’t feel uncomfortable while using the cup.
As for the removal, start by holding the bottom of the cup with your fingers and press/pinch the menstrual cup body slightly while sitting or hovering over the toilet. After that, gently drag the cap down and into the air until released. Remove the collected blood into the toilet and wash the period cup with water (with or w/o mild soap). Once your cycle is done, use the sterilizing cup as your storage at the end of each cycle; just use the organic cotton bag when you’re on the go.
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