5 Eureka! Cup facts that you must know now!

Know the benefits that the Eureka! Cup, a patented menstrual cup designed by sexologists and by engineers from the Polytechnic University of Catalunya (Spain), has for you!


Index: 

  • 5 Eureka! Cup facts that you must know now! 

  • Why does menstrual cup is a positive alternative for your period? 

    • The cost-benefit ratio 

    • Freedom in the body movement

    • Reducing the ecological footprint

    • Different sizes just for you

    • The strengthening of your pelvic floor


5 Eureka! Cup facts that you must know now!

 

In recent years, the menstrual cup has been a topic that has been spread by word of mouth and that has come to stay. Despite the negative opinions that some people had for centuries about menstruation and the “down there”, the menstrual cup has now positioned itself as one of the best alternatives that guarantee the health of each body during its menstruation.

Since the 30s, the menstrual cup has become an ally for both women’s sexual health and care for the environment – not to mention the wallet. Being a small container that, when inserted into the vagina, collects bleeding during menstrual periods, the menstrual cup may be the preferred choice for you. That is why we want to share with you a top 5 data that will help you in your choice of the best menstrual cup.

 

Why does menstrual cup is a positive alternative for your period? 

 

The cost-benefit ratio 

The cost-benefit ratio is a gift to your pocket – and to the environment. In a regular flow, a body can menstruate about 84 days a year, using on average 264 tampons or pads and, consequently, about 22 boxes. In total, the total expenses are around 110 euros a year. Considering that a body begins to menstruate from the age of 13 and ends at the age of 51, that results in 3.192 days of menstruation during the fertile life, resulting in 15.960 tampons or pads, 1.596 boxes, and 7,980 euros in approximately 38 years. A menstrual cup supposes only one purchase every ten years.

 

Freedom in the body movement

In most cases, a menstrual cup usually translates into comfort and freedom in the body movement. And unlike traditional products for feminine hygiene such as compresses or tampons, it reduces excess sweating, and irritation by not having contact with uncomfortable textures.

 

Reducing the ecological footprint

The use of the menstrual cup also reduces the ecological footprint that is generated by these products, which, for the most part, tend to have toxic-related chemical compounds that are absorbed by the skin and that end up at the ocean.

Before buying a menstrual cup, it is important to check the quality of the material with which it is made. Although most are made of silicone, its quality differs and is reflected in the guarantee of full intimate health. We recommend the use of menstrual cups designed and manufactured 100% with medical silicone, resulting in a soft, hypoallergenic, safe, comfortable, and resistant material.

 

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Different sizes just for you

There are different sizes, so it is important to consider the amount of menstrual bleeding to choose the right one for you.

 

The strengthening of your pelvic floor

 

In the event that a menstrual cup makes you uncomfortable, hurts or you find yourself strengthening your pelvic floor, there are other ecological and chemical-free alternatives; such as cloth pads, menstrual sponges, and even menstrual panties.

It is time to listen to the comfort of your body.

 

Know the benefits that the Eureka! Cup, a patented menstrual cup designed by sexologists and by engineers from the Polytechnic University of Catalunya (Spain), has for you!

Written By: @maria.jose.ca

Translated by: @thaispascual

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