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Getting out of your comfort zone has its benefits💜



Using a menstrual cup is definitely one of the best things I have ever done for my body.
1 EverCup = 10 years of use.
That’s 10 years without pad and #tampon waste—and putting harmful chemicals in your body and the #earth
Pads are made from plastic based. These plastic component take around 500-800 years to decompose.
When you choose to use a #menstrualcup , you’re choosing the world , your health, your wallet 💜
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No need of worrying every month to buy ⠀
💜Doesn't require to change every hour during heavy flow days😁⠀
💜Can sleep better at night without any worries of staining😁⠀
💜It's eco-friendly and pocket-friendly too.😁
💜It's guilt free as you're not contributing to polluting our beautiful planet.😁
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Don’t get discouraged if your very first period with the cup isn’t super smooth and easy. It takes time to get comfortable with the menstrual cup.
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Menstrual cups are eco friendly and skin friendly too, they don’t soak up your vaginal moisture and are safe to use. Menstrual cups not only hold more period and for longer compared to a regular pad or tampon. The cups also collect fluids rather than absorbing them, keeping your interior naturally lubricated and healthy.
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On average, women lose in between 30 ml to 40 ml of menstrual blood per cycle, during 4 - 6 days, but all of it can vary depending on the person. Heavy flows are classified as losing more than 80 ml on each period. But don’t worry, even if you have heavy flow you can still use the Period Proof Cup.
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Also please google and read the side effects of menstrual cups for more awareness.
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Try it and thank me later 😁


Comments

  1. I have used this. It feels extremely comfortable, as if nothing is there. The only trick is that you have to keep a check when the cup gets full or else it will leak.

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  2. i have thought many times to opt for cups. but whenver i try to use. it gives me the feel of some mishap. but thanks for sharing it. it actually cleared my doubts.

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  3. I am super determined to switch to cups and doing my researchs about it... Just figuring out what brand to go ahead with.. can u share which brand you are using ..

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  4. I am using the Cup and it's a boon ! I was planning to do a post on this too. Working on it.

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  5. Oh I am so willing to change to menstrual cups. But not getting good brand here in Dubai . Will definitely so some research to checkout available brands.

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  6. To be honest I'm not at all comfortable with menstrual cups maybe like you said I dont won't to come out of my comfort zone.

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  7. I've been contemplating to use the menstrual cup for the doubt of ease of using it... while I'm completely convinced about its benefits my doubts still lingers about the ease. I think one day I will surely go for it.

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  8. I too was thinking to try it but super scared. .U busted few myths as well

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