The V Spot Menstrual Cups
We are very excited to release The V Spot Cups. If you were like me, you've probably worn tampons or pads for decades. Women spend thousands in just tampons and pads alone. When I started to become more conscious of my health and body I started paying attention to my feminine health. Do you realize majority of the brands you use today are filled with toxic chemicals? Have you noticed that ovarian cancer is on the rise in women? Its time to take our feminine health in our own hands. Like one of my very close friends always says "We put too much trust in our enemies" Its time to wake up ladies.
Facts about menstrual cups
They are eco and wallet friendly. A V Spot cup will cost you $29.99 and can last up to 10 years. That means less waste in landfills and more money in your bank account.
You can leave it in for 12 hours. Tampons need to be changed every 4 to 8 hours, depending on your flow. But The V Spot Cup can stay longer. So they are great for overnight protection. Also, they are safer. They are made with medical grade silicone.
It holds more. The V Spot Cups can hold as much as 2 ounces liquid, roughly twice the amount of a super absorbent tampon or pad. My first two days are the heaviest so I will use the large cup.
There is virtually no odor. Menstrual blood can start to smell when its exposed to air, but The V Spot Cups form an airtight seal. No smells=More confidence. I also was less crampy when I wear mine.
Wash your cup with a mild cleanser upon receiving it and rinse well with water. Then you will sit down on your toilet. Tightly fold the cup in half and insert it like a tampon with an applicator. Your cup will spring open (you may need to rotate it first) and it will rest against the walls of your vagina. It forms a seal to prevent leaks. Then blood just drips into the cup. PLEASE NOTE: if the cup is uncomfortable its not placed correctly. You shouldn't feel it at all. If so, remove and try it again.
When purchasing, take in consideration your flow. The V Spot Cup comes in two sizes, Large and Small. A large cup holds about 1 to 2 ounces. This cup is ideal for normal to heavy flow. The small cup holds 0.85 ounces. This cup is ideal for light to normal flow.
You may need to empty your cup throughout the day. This is determined by your flow. To empty your cup, sit on the toilet or some prefer to empty it in the shower, you will pull on the stem and then pinch the cup to release the suction. Carefully pull the cup out. Then empty liquid in toilet or pour down the drain. Wash your cup with soap and water. Once your period stops I suggest you boil it in hot water for a few seconds to sterilize it.