The menstrual cup is a around two inches long and made from soft medical grade silicone.
It is worn internally a lot lower than a tampon but, while tampons and pads absorb menstrual fluid, collects it.
The colors of menstrual cup total have 3 kinds,that is white,pink and purple.
Size A(measures 45mm in diameter and 50mm in length)
For use after vaginal childbirth
Size B(measures 40mm in diameter and 50mm in length.)
For use before vaginal childbirth or after a C-section
Benefits of Menstrual cup
The reusable menstrual cup offers a simple way to dramatically reduce the amount of waste you produce.
A.One woman will use over 11,000 disposable sanitary products in a lifetime
B.22 tampons or towels are used, on average, each period
C.In the UK alone, 4.3 billion disposable sanitary products are used every year
The Menstrual cup is made from soft medical grade silicone and is latex-free, hypoallergenic and contains no dyes, BPA, phthalates, plastic, bleaches or toxins.
Because the menstrual cup is non-absorbent, it will not cause dryness and does not disrupt your body’s natural pH levels (35% of the fluid tampons absorb is natural moisture!).
The Menstrual cup has measurement markings, enabling women to accurately report menstrual blood loss to a doctor or gynaecologist.
The Menstrual cup does not contain any absorbency gels, additives or perfumes. Unlike some conventional cotton sanitary products, it is also free from pesticides and GM materials.
Tampons can cause dryness and leave fibres behind. The Menstrual cup is designed to respect your natural balance.
The Menstrual cup holds at least three times as much fluid as the most super-absorbent tampon, giving longer lasting protection on heavier days. And, because it is non-absorbent, it won’t cause dryness when your period is light.
Because there is no string, the menstrual cup is completely discreet – and you only need one so there’s no need to carry bulky spares or worry about disposal of used products or packaging.
One menstrual cup lasts for years, and costs the same as the average woman will spend on disposable sanitary protection in three months.