Perhaps you are new to this whole “period” thing, or you would just like a little refresher course. Either way, every woman needs to know what type of feminine hygiene products to use and for what situation.
Reusable Soft Tampon alternatives made from sponge. These are used in the same way as other tampons, only they can be cut to a smaller size. The Soft Tampon Sponges are ideal for physical activities as the sponge is worn completely internally without a string protruding from your body.
A Menstrual Cup is a bell-shaped reusable cup that is placed inside the vaginal cavity and, when fitted securely, will collect rather than absorb the menstrual fluid. Collecting 3-4 times more fluid than tampons you can go longer between changes. They will not leak or move when inserted correctly and are great to wear whilst swimming or exercising.
There has been NO association of toxic shock syndrome (TSS) with the use of Menstrual Cups
Your period cup can be worn both day and night for up to 12 hours
Completely reusable and will last up to 10 years
This product maintains a healthy pH balance in the vagina.
These are a similar idea to menstrual cups, however they are disposable. Menstrual cups are more bell-shaped, while disposable cups are shaped more like a diaphragm so sit higher up in the vaginal canal. Many women dislike them as they can be difficult to insert and will often find themselves will switch to menstrual cups as a better option.