Menstrual Cup by Si-Bell (Soft Cup) (W/O Box) (Set of 2)

Soch soft menstrual cup is smooth and flexible made of high quality medical grade silicone that pops open easily. It’s medium softness makes it ideal for beginners and experienced users alike.

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Soft Menstrual Cup

Our soft menstrual cup is smooth and flexible made of high-quality medical-grade silicone that pops open easily.

  • Soft menstrual cup makes it ideal for beginners and experienced users alike. Once inserted, you will not feel it.
  • The menstrual cup can be used up to 10 years.
  • Small Size- Ideal for women who are under 30 years, sexually inactive, have no childbirth, light menstrual flow, and very good pelvic floor muscles (physically active).
  • Large Size- Ideal for women over 30 years of age, Given Childbirth (Normal or C-Sec), Heavy Menstrual Flow, Sedentary Lifestyle, and Weakened Pelvic Floor Muscles.
  • When to remove: One cup can collect menstrual blood for approx. up to 3-8 hours depending upon the flow. For good hygiene, the cup should be emptied and washed every 8 hours even if it is not full.
  • Wash the cup with water or unscented soap.

Additional information

Weight0.5 kg
Color*

Clear

Capacity

Small- 20ml to the rim, 18.5ml to the holes, Large-30 ml to the rim, 27 ml to the holes

Diameter

Small- 41mm, Length- 47mm (excluding stem), Large-46 mm, Length-52 mm (excluding stem)

Item Included

2 pc Cup, 2 pc Cloth Bag & 2 pc Instruction Manual

Manufactured

France

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Soch soft menstrual cup is the absolute best thing you can do for your own menstrual health. Made of high-quality medical grade silicone, it ensures that you do not get infections, rashes, and itching.

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