• Butcher Levy posted an update 2 months, 1 week ago

    With increasing knowing of the side effects our lifestyles are experiencing about the environment, lots of people aspire to slow up the height and width of their ecological footprint and alter how they live their lives. The use of washable menstrual cups (a.k.a. reusable menstrual cups) may be one of these environment-preserving changes. But, besides being eco-safe, washable menstrual cups can also be quite convenient.

    A menstrual cup can be a bell shaped cup which serves as a kind of period protection. The cup is worn in the vagina as being a sanitary napkin and tampon alternative. As an alternative to absorbing menstrual fluids, the menstrual cup prevents them from leaking out from the vagina and stores fluids until a period when the wearer is preparing to eliminate the cup.

    Menstrual cups are already known to hold at least 2 times as much fluid as a possible ordinary tampon which means that they can be used for twice so long without replacement or maintenance driving them to a favorite tampon alternative for ladies with highly active lifestyles. In fact, menstrual cups are quite popular for women who travel and participate in endurance sports like marathons and triathlons.

    Washable Menstrual cups are produced from either latex or latex-free hypoallergenic silicone to ensure women with sensitive skin will not need to worry about irritation. These cups will last anywhere from 10 or 15 years barring a general change in the scale and elasticity from the wearer’s vagina for reasons uknown. Sizes vary from 40mm to 45mm widths to 46mm to 55mm lengths with capacities of from 13ml to 30ml.

    During menstruation periods, it is perfectly normal to easily rinse and reinsert the washable menstrual cup between uses. Though, it is usually advisable to boil the entire cup in water afterwards. Some hypo-allergenic cleaning products, specifically engineered for washable menstrual cups that are usually sold with the same manufacturers.

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