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Say goodbye to tampons and pads and switch to the menstrual cup. The AneerCare menstrual cup is a bell-shaped cup that gives you a comfortable, safe, odorless and environmentally friendly menstrual period for up to 12 hours a day. A menstrual cup is reusable and will last several years. It will save you a lot of time, money and stress! This AneerCare menstrual cup is a silicone cup that collects the menstrual blood, so you no longer need tampons. The cup comes in two different sizes. The AneerCare menstrual cup is lower than a tampon, making it easy to insert. The menstrual cup is a flexible silicone cup that adapts to your body. You can work, sleep, exercise, swim and dance without any problems. Everything is possible while wearing this menstrual cup, because you do not feel the cup. A menstrual cup is made of reusable material, which you can easily insert during your period. The cup then collects your menstrual blood, in contrast to a tampon, which absorbs the blood. While you will need to practice some insertion (especially if you always use tampons), it won't take long to get used to it completely.
The cup comes with a handy storage bag and is available in the colors purple and pink.
What size menstrual cup do I need? Size S is suitable for women who have not yet given birth vaginally and who are under 25 years old. Size L is suitable for women who have already given birth vaginally or older than 25 years. However, this is an indication and depends on the build of the body.
Menstrual cups are durable Researchers have calculated that menstrual cups are much more durable and cheaper in the long run than tampons and pads. For example, a menstrual cup over a ten-year period costs about 7% of the total amount you would spend on tampons. In terms of sustainability, the menstrual cup scores many times better than tampons and sanitary towels. A menstrual cup takes up only 6% of all the plastic waste that tampons would cause. The average woman throws about 11,000 tampons or sanitary towels into her life, which is more than 2,400 euros and 600 kg of non-recyclable waste.
How do you use a menstrual cup?
1. Boil out During the production of the menstrual cup, residues of unwanted substances can be left behind. We advise to boil your cup 1-2 times per menstruation: at the beginning and at the end. Between each change it is good to rinse the menstrual cup.
2. Insertion You always insert a driving training cup folded. For example, it is barely wider than a tampon. Once inserted, it folds back to its original shape; this creates a light vacuum that ensures that you do not leak. A menstraution cup should be low in the sheath, unlike tampons. You can insert the cup both moist and dry. Try out what you like the most.
3. Check The cup should fold back into shape so that a slight vacuum is created. Check whether the menstrautie cup is good by feeling all around that there is no dent in the base of the cup. You can turn the cup a little or wobble a little so that a little air is added, this can help to get it out properly.
4. Delete TIP: It is most convenient to remove the menstrual cup over the toilet. 1. Sit on the toilet and grasp the base of the cup between your thumb and forefinger. 2. If the menstrual cup has crept upwards by movement, you can squeeze a little so that you can get a good grip on the base of the cup. 3. Squeeze the base of the cup to break the vacuum. Never pull the stem of the cup to remove it. Pulling the cup while the vacuum is still present can hurt and is not necessary. 4. Grasp the menstrual cup firmly between your thumb and forefinger and tip it back into the toilet. 5. Collect the cup with toilet paper. 6. Rinse the cup with water and reinsert it. 7. Boil the cup at the end of your period in a pan of hot water. It is important that you stand there so that it does not overheat. Store the cup last in the supplied bag until the next menstruation
A menstrual cup is healthier because the cup does not absorb the blood (like a tampon) but collects it. The menstrual cups will not damage or irritate sensitive mucous membrane of your vagina.
Protects sensitive mucous membrane and susceptibility to vaginal (fungal) infections or bacterial vaginosis
Cost effective, the menstrual cup is reusable and you will earn back after 4-8 periods!
A menstrual cup leaves the important vaginal flora alone and therefore gives less sensitivity to vaginal (fungal) infections or bacterial vaginosis.
Including an instruction booklet and handy storage bag