The Menstrual Cup - For Woman - And Our World
Available direct from Mooncup Ltd. www.mooncup.co.uk
using their secure on line order system.
- Secure and invisible - Comfortable & Convenient - Easy to Clean
- Will not cause irritation - No need to carry spares
- Suitable for Women with a latex/rubber allergy
For Your Purse:
- One Mooncup lasts for years
- Costs less than you spend every 6 months on disposable products
For Our World:
- Reusable, simply rinse and replace.
- No used towels or tampons to incinerate, flush or add to landfill.
- No layers of packaging to discard each month.
What is it?
The Mooncup made from a special medical grade hypoallergenic silicone, which is worn internally like a tampon. It forms a seal with your vaginal wall allowing menstrual fluid to flow into it without leakage or odour.
Is it easy to use?
A usage leaflet is supplied with each Mooncup. Correctly inserted, the Mooncup is so comfortable that you will forget it exists. It may take a little practice at first, as you need to find the angle and position that is right for you. Once you have perfected it you will be amazed at how simple your Mooncup is to use.
You will need to empty, rinse and reinsert your Mooncup every four to twelve hours depending on your flow. The fluid remains inside the cup and the process is not messy or uncomfortable. The Mooncup can be safely be used overnight and is great for all sports, swimming and travelling.
What size do I need?
The Mooncup is available in two models A and B. Model A is recommended for women who are aged over 30 or have given birth vaginally. Model B is recommended for women who have not given birth and are aged below 30. Please note that women over the age of 30 years old are increasingly likely to need the Model A regardless of giving birth. This is because the tone of vaginal and pelvic floor muscles naturally reduces with age but to varying degrees in different women. Some activities will maintain tone, such as yoga, pilates, dance. Corrective surgery to the vagina will also have implications.
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