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Ziggy Cup VS Menstrual cups

The Menstrual cups and menstrual discs both have the same function: collecting menstrual flow. However they work in a very different way. Let me highlight their pros and cons, as well what sets them appart. ... [Read more]

20 reasons to use a menstrual cup

Menstrual cups, yes! This little silicone funnel looking thing that you probably saw at some point scrolling down your Facebook feed. You may have raised an eyebrow wondering what the hell it is or have you already have been #cupverted? Yes there's a word for it now. Does the idea of collecting your flow in a cup gross you out? Then likely collecting it in a cotton vagina plug or slab of adult diaper does, too. So I suggest you keep on reading, you can thank me later :-) ... [Read more]

History of feminine hygiene products

Hard to believe since menstruation is nothing new, but until recently women have been left to fend for themselves to figure out how to deal with the practical issues presented by their monthly flow. That is, what to do with the blood. From scraps of rags to natural materials such as sea sponges, women (and some creative men) have devised a number of ways to handle menstruation. ... [Read more]

Ingredients to keep away from your vagina

YES is a company made by two english ladies who wanted to make pure and organic intimate products specially Lubricants. I do sell it on my shop since many years as I love that brand. I am reposting something they wrote that I found very informative. It helps deciphering all those ingredients we see on labels and often do not understand. There it's applied to Mucous membranes in particular as it's not the same as normal skin. Learn to read those labels on products you buy for your private parts... ... [Read more]

Invention of the menstrual cup

Menstrual cups that are so popular today seems to be a new thing, but in fact it is not at all. People often ask, wondering why it didn't become a thing back then. If it's that good of a product why not every woman started using it. I'm guessing it's a mix between bad timing and mentality that were not ready for it. So let's give an ovation to this amazing American Lady Leona Chalmers for planting the seed allowing us today to have so many designs of Menstrual cups. ... [Read more]

Secret Ceres, the herbal vaginal stick

Secret Ceres is a unique product that tightens and nourishes the intimate area while simultaneously stimulating the bodys own cleansing mechanism as well as the regeneration of skin tissue in a completely natural manner. Find out what are the benefits of the secret ceres? How to use it? What it is made of? Customer study and my experience using the Secret Ceres. ... [Read more]

What menstrual blood is really made of

Periods, yes we know all about them; at least we think so! Yes, you're obviously aware that every month you loose blood but do you know that women are on average menstruated for 42 years. With 13 periods per year, that makes up 520 periods, Maybe it'd be a good idea to find out what really goes on. ... [Read more]

History of feminine hygiene products

Hard to believe since menstruation is nothing new, but until recently women have been left to fend for themselves to figure out how to deal with the practical issues presented by their monthly flow. That is, what to do with the blood. From scraps of rags to natural materials such as sea sponges, women (and some creative men) have devised a number of ways to handle menstruation.

Currently there are a variety of femcare products from which women can choose: pads, liners, tampons, and menstrual cups. When you consider there are still places on the planet where young girls and women must isolate themselves during menstruation due to religious standards or cultural norms, the array of femcare products to which most women have easy access throughout the world have truly had a liberating effect. A number of ... [Read more]
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