Diva Cup, Diva Feminine hygiene Menstrual Cup Model #1 (Pre Childbirth)
- SKU: HC_WOMEN_DVC_RP050_9946
- Availability: In Stock
- Silicone (100%)
- Menstrual solution
- Feminine hygiene protection
- Alternative to traditional disposable tampons and pads
- No fibers left behind.
- No dioxin, no bleach and no anti-microbials
- Affordable and eco-logical
- Easy to insert, easy to remove
- Wear your cup for menstruation for up to 12 consecutive hours
Menstrual cups have existed since the 1930s when women were searching for an alternative to the choices of the time. Yet, its breakthrough into the feminine hygiene industry is much more recent.
Many women feel uneasy about changing their menstrual care routine. The DIVA menstrual cup is a healthy, safe and conscious alternative to pads and tampons. Diva Cup is a bell-shaped reusable silicone cup that collects your menstrual blood. Inserted like a tampon, Diva Cup sits comfortably in your vagina and can be safely worn for up to 12 consecutive hours.
Abnormal pap smears, rashes and yeast infections have been linked to the use of pads and tampons. DIVA Menstrual Cup only collects your blood without drying out your vagina. The Diva Cup is a reusable, bell-shaped menstrual cup that is worn internally and sits low in the vaginal canal, collecting rather than absorbing your menstrual flow.
DIVA's superior patented design offers a leak, odor and sensation-free period. Join thousands of first-time menstruation cup users who say they will never go back to pads and tampons. Diva Cup uses medical grade silicone and dyes to ensure complete safety. Dance, run, swim and sleep with your DIVA Menstrual Cup – think of all the times your period held you back.
Wash your hands with warm water before using the menstrual cup. If you squat down, it will operate easier. Fold the sterilized menstrual cup, then hold the bottom, push it into vagina gently until it reaches the cervix. Rotate the Cup to ensure it's fully open. Adjust the handle so that it can sit comfortable within the vaginal wall. When you want put it out, squat down, hold the handle and press its body slightly, then gently drag the menstrual cup out. Tip contents into toilet and clean your Cup. You must empty your menstrual cup at least twice a day.
100% Medical-grade Silicone and Dyes
Menstrual cups are not a contraceptive device and will not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases. Do not use menstrual cups for post-natal bleeding. Your menstrual cup should not be worn for longer than 12 consecutive hours. You must handle your menstrual cup with clean hands. Keep your menstrual cup away from damaging agents, pets, children and direct sun light. Keep your menstrual cup clean at all times.