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GladRags, Moon Cup, Size B, 1 Cup
By GladRags42 Reviews
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0.2 lbs (0.09 kg)
- Product Code: GLR-00019
- UPC Code: 788832000190
- Package Quantity: 1 Cup
- Dimensions: 2.2 x 2.2 x 4.2 in, 0.1 lbs (0.05 kg)
Combo Discount: -$1.00
- Made with Medical Grade Silicone
- Reduce Your Carbon Footprint Every Month
- Lasts For Years!
- Eco-Friendly Tampon Alternative
- Safe · Simple · Smart · Period
- Save Money and The Planet!
- Easy to Use!
For use after vaginal childbirth
For use before vaginal childbirth or after a C-section
The Moon Cup Size A is designed for women who have given birth vaginally or are over 35 years of age, while the Moon Cup Size B is meant for women who have not given birth vaginally.
The Moon Cup is innovative, economical, comfortable, and environment-friendly. This soft, silicone menstrual cup collects the flow rather than absorbing it, so the vaginal tissues aren't dried out as they can be with disposable tampons. The Moon Cup holds up to an ounce of fluid and should be emptied several times a day; simply rinse and reinsert. The Moon Cup can last up to ten years, saving you over $800 in disposable products!
Menstrual cups catch your flow rather than absorbing it. To use the Moon Cup, simply fold it twice and insert. Empty and reinsert as often as you would change a tampon.
Detailed instructions, plus a cotton carry bag, are included in this box.
iHerb Customer Reviews
this is my 1st cycle with menstrual cup. And even if i do not used to it, I still believe that this is the best solution for this &amp;quot;hard days&amp;quot;! Unfortunately for me 15ml capacity is too less, or my menstrual is really heavy :) I am 29 and never was pregnant. In 1-3nd days i used 4-5 tampons during the day and a night pad at night. This 15ml cup i have to empty every 3-4 hours. Will order the bigger Diva cup (size A, 30ml).
I have a very heavy period and was tired of using tampons because I'm quite sensitive, so I gave the Moon Cup a try. I had to change tampons very often and that make my skin irritated, I thought the cup would allow me not to go to the bathroom so often. Unfortunately, since my flow is so heavy I have to empty the cup frequently too and end up irritated even though it is much softer than harsh tampons. On my worst days I can fill the cup to the brim in just one hour. And having to go to the bathroom every hour is not OK, specially when emptying the cup takes longer than changing a tampon (you have to be relaxed, the more you hurry, the longer it'll take). The days when I don't bleed very much I can manage with pads. But my negative experience is just because of my awful period, apart from that the cup is very comfortable, I can't feel it when it's inside (well, I feel something "taking space" there, but there is no discomfort at all, and I can move freely). Putting it in and taking it out just requires a bit of practice, I got the hang of it quickly and I didn't find it messy (although you do get your hands dirty). I like that you can sterilize the cup at home, I never trusted tampons completely and cotton seems "dirtier" than silicone. I only experienced leaks when the cup was completely full, but I think it's very effective if you bleed less (or empty it on time). If your period is not heavy, I think this cup is definitely better for you and the environment than tampons. Maybe give it a try and see for yourself (I really wish I could use it like a normal person and empty it every six hours or so) Oh, my cup came with a little bag to keep it, but the bag has a pattern of a cobweb and a spider... no no no no, I can't stand spiders, I can't understand why did they choose that pattern, why a spider? >shudders<