Small Size Menstrual Cup
Buy Small Size Menstrual Cup GynoCups is absolutely safe to use and also very easy to manage. Now girls going to schools no more have to face the challenges of blood leakage and can confidently focus on their classes and studies. With GynoCups, we hope to inspire so many girls around the world and empower them to achieve more. If you are below 21 years then you should choose small size menstrual cup.
GynoCup is a silicon-based, most advanced menstrual cup for a tension-free period. Made up of 100% medical-grade Silicone, the cup gives you leak-proof protection for up to 12 hours with the freedom of indulging in sports, travel, and other activities. It is soft, comfortable, odorless, economical, easy to use, and reusable for up to 10 years.
Why Choose GynoCup
Benefits: No menstrual odor, irritation, dryness, discomfort, itching, or rashes (caused by sanitary napkin pads). Covers heaviest to lightest flow.
Spill and Leak-Proof: Made with 100% medical-grade silicone, the cups are highly flexible to fit perfectly and collect blood without spillage. The rim of the cup creates a seal around your vaginal walls ensuring leak-free protection.
Long-Lasting and Economical: Provides up to 12 hours leak proof-protection. With proper care and good cleansing, it is reusable for as long as 10 years.
Suitable For: You can wear Gynocup menstrual cup during all physical activities and even overnight. It is an ideal menstrual aid for all kinds of sports, including traveling, swimming, cycling, diving, trekking, dancing, climbing, or common daily usage. It has no wings or strings and leaves no residual fibers and best period hygiene product.
Understanding womanhood and her challenges and how to empower the feminine race were from where it had all started to begin! GynoCup is a revolutionary product that straight away belongs to curbing the strenuous days of menstruation and making the lives of each woman healthier and better.
Aim towards the bottom of your spine. The vaginal canal is not vertical or horizontal; it slopes upwards. If you are not familiar with the slope of your canal, try it with a finger to see in what direction you should be inserting. You only need to push the menstrual cup in as far enough so that the knob remains outside the entrance of your vagina.