Personal Care Products silicone copa menstrual for lastest price
100-299 PiecesUS $2.99
300-499 PiecesUS $2.79
500-999 PiecesUS $2.69
>=1000 PiecesUS $2.49
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Personal Care Products silicone copa menstrual for lastest price
About the Product :
An innovative menstrual cup that collapses flat so you can carry it everywhere you go
Made from 100% FDA approved medical-grade silicone so it is hypoallergenic and respects your intimate balance
This reusable alternative to tampons and pads is ultra-soft and flexible for easy insertion and total comfort during wear
Best for light to medium flow and gives up to 10 hours non-stop protection.
FDA material Protable folding collapsible silicone lily cup for travel
White ,and made to your order
One cup with one color box,one cloth bag and one manual book.
60*35*30 cm 100piece/carton
Production lead time
30% deposit in advance and balance payment before delivery
1-2 weeks but depends on quantity
How Does it Work?
Menstrual cup is a reusable menstrual cup worn internally just like a tampon except it collects menstrual flow instead of absorbing it.
Menstrual cup forms a gentle seal with your vaginal walls and any flow is contained in the cup. It is then simply removed, emptied into the toilet, rinsed with water and then reinserted; Menstrual cup is always with you when you need it most !
Menstrual cup is non-absorbent so it can be left in place for up to 12 hours with no risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome; you may want to empty it more on heavier days and less often on light ones, it really is your personal choice as long as you always keep to the 12 hour rule. In between periods your Menstrual cup should be sterilised either by boiling in water for 2-4 minutes or rinsing with sterilising fluid such as Milton.
Menstrual cup holds up to 30ml, that’s 3 times more than tampons or towels can absorb; so Menstrual cup is great on heavy days and light ones too.
Menstrual cup is easy to insert and remove.
The Menstrual Cup Compact is not a contraceptive and will not protect against Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Remove your Lily Cup Compact prior to intercourse. Discontinue use and contact a medical practitioner if you experience any pain or discomfort while using the Lily Cup. Menstrual cup use has never been linked to TSS but if you have had TSS you should not use a menstrual cup.
Using Lily Cup Compact takes a little practice but once you've got the hang of it you'll wonder how you ever lived without it. 1. Wash your Lily Cup Compact and your hands before and after each use 2. Fold the cup 3. Insert so the cup is completely inside the vagina 4. Wear for up to 10 hours 4. Remove 5. Discard menstrual fluid, wash the cup and then reinsert
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1. How do I know when to empty the Menstrual cup?
There is no hard and fast rule here except that it must be emptied every 12 hours minimum. By monitoring the fullness of the cup when you first begin using it you will quickly learn how often to empty it according to your flow. Usually you will find that you only need to empty it once in the morning and then again in the evening, this depends on your flow on different days of your period and it can be emptied as often as you feel comfortable with.
2. How do I insert and remove Menstrual cup?
3. How do I manage in a public toilet?
Most women find that they do not need to empty menstrual cup very often and so this situation is not a common occurrence.
However, if you do need to empty menstrual cup in a public toilet simply remove and empty as usual and use toilet paper or paper towel to wipe the cup and reinsert. Rinse the cup with water at the next convenient removal.
4. Is the silicone Menstrual cup is made of safe?
Menstrual cup is made from medical grade silicone, this is a solid stable piece of silicone (with the feel of soft rubber) that cannot leak or release molecules into the body. The same silicone used to make menstrual cup is also widely used in the medical industry for internal valves and tubing as well as baby bottle teats and breast pumps.
It is a totally different silicone to the type used on the early breast implants, these were made from a bag filled with silicone gel some of which leaked and caused the health issues now associated with silicone gel.
5. If it's so good why haven't I heard of it?
Different types of menstrual cups date back to 1896 but disposable products have overshadowed them. menstrual cup is only now starting to become more popular and widely known. This is because women are becoming more ecologically aware and are realising how much damage disposable products are doing to the environment.
The health benefits are also starting to lead women to look for an alternative to tampons that have been linked with Toxic Shock Syndrome in recent years.
This is something to share with as many women as possible; it really is a simple yet revolutionary product!
6. What about Toxic Shock Syndrome?
Menstrual cup unlike tampons has never been linked with TSS. This serious and sometimes fatal condition has been linked to prolonged use of tampons.
Since menstrual cup is simply a receptacle and does not interfere with the natural vaginal moisture levels and self-cleansing processes it has no link with TSS. However, remember to observe the 12 hour rule.
7. Does Menstrual cup leak
Menstrual cup is a highly reliable form of sanitary protection.
When inserted correctly menstrual cup will not leak at all, in fact most women find it is much more reliable than tampons and towels. Just as with tampons, it can take one or two periods to perfect the correct insertion technique for you but it is well worth the effort as many women find that they have no need for backup towels or panty liners, even when used at night.
To see proof of menstrual cup 's reliability please read some testimonials
8. Is Menstrual cup hygienic?
Menstrual cup is made from medical grade silicone, which is easy to clean and sterilise, it can be boiled in water or rinsed in sterilising fluid in between periods and need only be rinsed at least twice daily with water during use.
The silicone used to make menstrual cup is antibacterial and does not support the growth of bacteria like tampons and pads can. It is not absorbent and does not upset the acidic environment in the vagina and therefore does not increase the risk of infection and has never been linked to Toxic Shock Syndrome as tampons have.
9. Can Menstrual cup get stuck?
Menstrual cup cannot get stuck. It sits much lower in the vaginal canal (not high like a tampon) this makes it quick and easy to remove.
If you find that is has ridden up and is difficult to reach simply bear down with your stomach muscles and pull on the stem until you can reach the base of the cup. You can then pinch the base of the cup to release the seal and remove.
10. How long can I use the same Menstrual cup?
Menstrual cup can be used for a number of years before it needs replacing. It is really up to personal preference how often you do this, some women may want to replace it every couple of years while others may be confident to use it for up to 10 years before purchasing a new cup.
Menstrual cup is a hygienic long-term option.
11. Will my Menstrual cup be delivered in discreet packaging?
Menstrual cup is delivered in an A5 sized biodegradable pink plastic pouch. Our return address is shown but with the company name FC Ltd to save any embarrassment to you.
12. I have just started my periods can I use Menstrual cup?
Yes, is it perfectly safe to use Menstrual cup from your very first period although teenagers may find it easier to insert the cup using some water based lubricant to begin with.
13. Can I use Menstrual cup when I have a light flow?
Menstrual cup is great for light flow, insertion and removal are easy, it is not absorbent so will not cause dryness.
14. Can I leave my Menstrual cup in during sexual intercourse?
No, Menstrual cup should be removed before intercourse, it sits very low inside the vaginal cavity so would cause an obstruction. It is not a contraceptive and will not give protection from sexually transmitted diseases.
15. Can I use lubricant to insert my Menstrual cup?
Yes, water based lubricants such as KY jelly can be used very effectively with Menstrual cup. Oil based lubricants should be avoided as this can damage the silicone.
16. I have recently had a baby, can I use Menstrual cup?
It is not recommended to use any form of internal protection for post-natal bleeding, although you can start to use Menstrual cup from six weeks after giving birth.
17. I have an IUD fitted can I use Menstrual cup?
Yes, you can use Menstrual cup with an IUD (coil). Take care to position your cup correctly and have you IUD strings checked periodically by your GP.
18. I have very heavy periods, is Menstrual cup suitable for me?
Menstrual cup is great for heavy period sufferers, it holds three times the amount that one tampon or pad can absorb so you can go longer between emptying. You can even measure your flow and some women find that cramps are eased when using Menstrual cup.
19. Can I swim and play sports when I'm using Menstrual cup?
Menstrual cup is brilliant for an active lifestyle and can be used while swimming, cycling, running, camping and traveling, along with all outdoor pursuits and sports.
There are no bulky spares to pack and you cannot run out of supplies. Since Menstrual cup can be left in for longer than tampons you can enjoy your whole day and forget about your period completely, so long as you remember the 12 hour rule.
20. How do I know that my Menstrual cup is in the right position and is fully open?
Some women find that their cup is easy to insert but does not always open up once it is inside them. This is a simple issue to resolve; simply grasp the base of the cup and gently rotate the cup, this will make it open up and the seal will form.
The base of the cup should be easy to reach, it sits just inside you much lower than a tampon and the stem should be outside your body, you will need to trim this to a length that is comfortable for you; some women even remove it altogether.
21. How do I fold my cup to insert it?
There is more than one way to fold Menstrual cup for insertion. We have put together a series of photographs which show the different ways you can fold it. Many women find one fold is much easier than another. Click here to view.
22. Does Menstrual cup contain any phthalates or Bisphenol A (BPA) like some silicones and plastics do?
Menstrual cup contains no BPA or phthalates. It made of 100% medical silicone.
23. After sterilising my cup with Milton's fluid/tablets it has gone cloudy; is it safe to use?
Yes it is still perfectly safe to use. This can happen when silicone is immersed in sterilising solution (usually when it is left in for longer than recommended) and is completely harmless. The cloudiness is caused by the salts in the sterilising fluid reacting with the nitrates in the water.
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