MonthlyCup Normal - Pink Topaz

$ 22.90

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Made in Sweden
Diameter
43 mm/1,7 in
Length without ball stem
55 mm/2,16 in
Length with ball stem
65 mm/2,56 in
Volume 22 ml
0,74 US fl oz
0,77 UK fl oz
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Size Normal
For light to normal flow (suitable for most)

Size Normal can hold 22 ml. During an average period you bleed about 100 ml so this size is suitable for most.

Convenient

-You can not feel it when it is inserted correctly.
-Collects your period instead of absorbing it.
-You can sleep with it in.
-Does not leak when placed correctly.
-Made of soft silicone for medical use.
-You do not need pads, tampons or panty liners as complement.

Comfortable

-You can not feel it when it is inserted correctly.
-Collects your period instead of absorbing it.
-You can sleep with it in.
-Does not leak when placed correctly.
-Made of soft silicone for medical use.
-You do not need pads, tampons or panty liners as complement.

Environmentally friendly

-Reusable for up to 5 years.
-One menstrual cup replaces about 1,600 tampons and pads.
-Does not release any harmful chemicals either at manufacutring or combustion.
-During a lifetime you will only need 7 menstrual cups in comparison with 12,000 tampons and pads.

Customer Reviews

Therese

Therese
Thank you for being the best thing that ever happened to me! A while ago I said "never a menstrual cup!" and now I wonder why?!? The world's greatest invention!

Jessica

Jessica
Congratulations to you and to the best thing after sliced bread!

Helene

Helene
Congratulations, such a great invention!
I would be happy if teenage girls learned about this amazing product and see it as choice number 1 instead of cotton tampons. Information and knowledge spreads through the school system and some bloggers :)

Together we have saved the earth 43731513 pads and tampons

On average, you will use 12,000 pads and tampons during a lifetime - or SEVEN menstrual cups.
That makes a great difference for landfills around the world.

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