Menstrual cup defeats all other menstrual products

Using a menstrual cup might seem strange at first, as it is quite different from other menstrual products, such as tampons and pads. But this is what makes the menstrual cup such a brilliant invention. Read more and learn why you should try a menstrual cup!

Menstrual cup is comfortable and discreet

When the menstrual cup is positioned correctly, you will hardly feel a thing. In designing the Nomai menstrual cup, particular attention was paid to the shape of the cup and the softness of the material. As the surface of the Nomai menstrual cup is smooth, the cup will not chafe the sensitive mucous membranes of the vagina, and when placed correctly, will not put any pressure on the bladder.

Nomai is soft and firm at the same time. This allows the cup to open easily once it is placed inside the vagina, thus making it even more comfortable to use.

The stem of the cup is also an important detail. Nomai’s stem is made up of small beads. This allows you to easily shorten the stem if the external orifice of your uterus is so low that shortening is necessary.

Compared to tampons that can cause vaginal dryness, a menstrual cup is also a great alternative because it is painless to use even toward the end of your menstrual period.

Menstrual cup is reliable

Have you ever counted how many times per day you have to replace your pad or tampon during the menstrual period? One of the best features of a menstrual cup when compared to traditional menstrual products is its extreme reliability. When the cup is positioned correctly, you can lead a perfectly normal life without having to worry that your menstrual product might fail you.

The Nomai menstrual cup is available in three different sizes, which means that you are sure to find the perfect option for your flow. The average volume of flow during the menstrual period is 0.8 deciliters. If your flow is moderate, you only have to empty your menstrual cup twice a day, i.e. in the morning and in the evening. While the cup is so comfortable to use that you may even forget your period, you should still make sure that you empty the cup at least once every 12 hours. This further reduces the risk of toxic shock syndrome, which is very rare among those who use a menstrual cup.

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Menstrual cup is hygienic

The Nomai menstrual cup is made from medical grade silicone, which is an extremely hygienic material. In practice, this means that bacteria cannot grow on the surface of the cup, which is a risk with tampons and pads. Traditional menstrual products may also contain chemicals that can irritate the mucous membranes of the vagina. Menstrual cup is also a hygienic option because it is free from hazardous chemicals.

Menstrual cup saves money

Think about the things you could do with the money you throw away each month! According to some estimates, women use up to 20,000 euros on menstrual products throughout the course of their lives, and even the most conservative figures exceed 5,000 euros. Surely you can find better ways to spend this much money than endless amounts of pads or tampons.

Menstrual cup is ecological

We are all responsible for making choices that reduce unnecessary stress on the earth. Especially when good options for a more environmentally friendly way of life are easily available. Disposable menstrual products produce significant amounts of waste that decomposes slowly and contains plastics. Did you know that you can reduce the amount of waste you produce during your lifetime by more than 100 kilos if you replace pads and tampons with a menstrual cup? That is quite an environmental accomplishment!

Menstrual cup can change your attitude toward the menstrual period!

Still to this day, many women feel that the menstrual period is an exceptional situation that prevents them from living their lives as they would like to. A pad or tampon may prevent you from engaging in sports or dressing the way you normally would. Even the menstrual fluid itself may seem unpleasant, as bacterial growth on pads and tampons may cause it to have an unpleasant smell. The volume of flow can also seem larger than usual when absorbed by a pad or tampon, because disposable menstrual products expand as they absorb the fluid.

Many women who have switched to using a menstrual cup, have said that their entire attitude toward the menstrual period has changed completely. Instead of a monthly nightmare that makes your life more difficult, the menstrual period becomes a natural part of womanhood. So natural that occasionally you might even forget it exists at all!