Unlike disposable period products, the menstrual cup is reusable for years and has a minimal impact on the environment compared to pads and tampons.
Life with the cup is...
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STEP 1 - Fold + insert.
In comparison with a tampon, the menstrual cup should be placed lower in the vaginal canal. The stem should be completely inside of you. However, we’re all built differently and if the stem pokes out and annoys you, you can trim it (not while inserted).
STEP 2 - Wear for up to 12 hours.
One of the benefits of using a menstrual cup is that you can use it for up to 12 hours at a time so once inserted you can leave your cup in all day and night.
Depending on how heavy your flow is, you may have to empty it more often than twice a day.
That’s why we recommend you empty your menstrual cup more often in the beginning to get to know the cup and your flow.
The cup can contain more liquid than 3 super tampons.
STEP 3 - Empty, Rinse, Repeat.
Avoid removing your menstrual cup by pulling the stem as this might cause discomfort.
If you’re in a bathroom without access to clean water, you can use a sanitizing wipe or toilet paper to clean your cup and rinse it with water at a later time.
However, if your period has ended: Boil the cup for 3-5 minutes in water or simply use a sanitizing wipe to disinfect it and store your cup in the cotton bag.
END OF LIFE: It is time to replace the cup if the material gets sticky or cracks. Dispose of the cup as household waste. The cotton bag is compostable.
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