Silicone Storage Cup
- These imported menstrual cups are made of non allergenic silicone and priced right for those who are looking to try a renewable, reusable option without sinking a lot of cash into the experiment.
- Wash thoroughly before using and keep in place for up to 12 hours of protection that keeps you feeling cleaner, without the risk.
- Remove the cup and rinse clean in the morning and at night before bed and you should be good to go!
- Note: Vaginal penetration not recommended while wearing a menstrual cup (although external and anal stimulation should not be affected by wearing one of these)
- The handle can be trimmed to fit comfortably.
- Once your menstrual cup is in place, give it a gentle spin to help set it in place.The menstrual cup creates a vacuum seal inside you, preventing leaks.
- You can wear a menstrual cup up to 12 hours!
- Pinch to genttly break the seal before removing your menstrual cup.
Before handling the Menstrual Cup, make sure that your hands are thoroughly clean.
Sterilize the Cup before the first insertion. (Silicone sterilization cups sold seperately)
Insert the cup any of following positions: sitting, squatting, kneeling or standing-try one of these positions and choose what is most suitable for you.
To facilitate the insertion, you can moisten the Cup with water or water based lubrication gel (do not use silicone lubricant)
Grip the Cup with your fingers and press, then fold the Cup lengthwise in half using fingers of the other hand.
Hold the Cup using fingers of one hand at the lowest position possible and insert the Cup in the vagina obliquely, pushing upward and back.
The proper position of the Cup is lower than in case of tampons, but use your fingers to push back as far as possible before releaseing the cup to unfold
Twist the cup gently to enncourage gentle suction against the cervix for the prevention of leaks.
Position the tail of the cup upward toward the opening of the vagina
S Cup Diameter: 4.3cm Total Length: 6cm
L Cup Diameter :4.5cm Total Length :7cm