Find the best selection of menstrual cups here. It's undoubtedly the most comfortable, affordable and environmentally friendly way to collect your menstrual flow during your period. Ensure hours of protection with our cups, which are made of the most flexible materials and are very easy to use. What's more, unlike pads and tampons, they are reusable products, they don't contain pesticides or artificial whiteners, and they come in several sizes. So, you can choose the one that best fits your body.
Menstrual cups may still not be the most popular choice for women on their period — but this is only due to lack of knowledge. The benefits of this method over tampons and pads have been silenced for a long time. This is most likely because a menstrual cup (which can last up to 15 years with proper maintenance) does not generate the same volume of sales. More recently, there has been a massive increase in the number of women turning to menstrual cups. This is mainly due to world of mouth rather than any particular marketing campaign. According to a study published by The Lancet, more than 70 percent of women who have tried a menstrual cup continue to use it as their first choice. And along with its use, the amount of information available, especially on the Internet, has also grown.
Even so, many women still have doubts or prejudices when it comes to buying a menstrual cup. Is it completely safe? How is it held in place? Will it be uncomfortable? Which one should I buy? Do menstrual cups come in different sizes? As always, when we're faced with something new, the questions keep piling up. That's why we're here — to answer your questions and accompany you on your journey. Can you imagine a life without tampons or pads? Without always having to check your handbag before leaving the house? Yes, it's possible!
The first thing you need to know is that there's a menstrual cup to suit every type of woman. Most are made of soft, hypoallergenic medical silicone — a bio-healthy material which is much less likely to irritate your skin or cause an allergic reaction. You can also find them made of medical grade latex (although this material can cause allergies in some women) and thermoplastic elastomer (TPE). These soft and flexible materials do not rub on or dry out the vaginal walls. Unlike tampons, they don't contain artificial whiteners or other chemicals. Therefore, they don't disturb your vagina's pH balance or deposit fibers on your vaginal walls.
The menstrual cup from Liebe is one of the best on the market. It's environmentally friendly and very affordable. Provided you take proper care of it, you can use it for fifteen years at a cost of less than £20. It's made of 100% high quality medical silicone, without chemicals or artificial whiteners. You can wear the cup for up to 12 hours at a time, depending on your flow. To clean it during your cycle, you just need to wash it with soap and water. After each period, boil it for a few minutes and store it in your cotton bag until the following month.
When choosing a menstrual cup, you should consider its quality and size. You'll find a variety sizes that will suit different women. When it comes to selecting your size, the main things to consider are your age and whether you have given birth vaginally. Typically, you would choose a size S if you are under 30 and have never given birth.
There are an endless number of reasons why you should switch to a menstrual cup: they're comfortable, safe, reusable, inexpensive and environmentally friendly. Do you need any more reasons?
Soft and flexible — it won't rub on or dry out your vaginal walls.. They don't contain chemicals, pesticides or bleaches,nor do they leave behind fibres which can disturb your vaginal flora. What's more, they don't absorb your discharge like tampons and pads do Menstrual cups collect it and help prevent fungal infections such as candidiasis (caused by the warm, moist environment created by a pad).
A menstrual cup can be worn comfortably for up to 12 hours without having to change it. It can also be worn if you're due on your period but your flow hasn't started yet, so as not to stain your underwear. And of course, they're much better fro the environment than tampons and pads — the only waste generated is your own flow.
No study to date has been able to determine a single disadvantage of using menstrual cups. In fact, the most recent research published in 'The Lancet' magazine confirms that this method is both effective and safe.
Think about how much money you’ll save. Great! Now think about the environment. How much waste do you produce during one single period? Now think about your health. Do you want an easier, more comfortable, hygienic and environmentally friendly life? Well, the menstrual cup is for you.