How to use a menstrual cup sterilizer?

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To ensure the safety of the menstrual cup –and the vaginas–, sterilization of the menstrual cup is highly recommended.


How to use a menstrual cup sterilizer? 

Live menstruation without limits with the menstrual cup sterilizer. At Sensual Intim we consider that intimate health is essential for full sexual health. Therefore, we allow you to have the basic tools that guarantee your health.

To ensure the safety of the menstrual cup –and the vaginas–, sterilization of the menstrual cup is highly recommended. In the case of the Eureka! Cup, a menstrual cup is made with hypoallergenic medical silicone, and sterilizing it will prevent the proliferation of bacteria and infections.

Although the menstrual cup can be sterilized by boiling it in a saucepan with water, for greater privacy and guarantee of safety, the use of a sterilizer facilitates the cleaning process. Besides, it would reduce the risk of family disputes about in which pot the food and the menstrual cup are boiled …

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Instructions for using a menstrual cup sterilizer

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  • Fill the sterilizer cup with water without reaching the stiff rim. It is preferable to use low calcium bottled water.
  • Insert the menstrual cup. If it is the Eureka! Cup, insert the tube bent.
  • Put the sterilizer with the menstrual cup inside and the lid opens into the microwave. Heat for about 2-3 minutes by letting the water boil. It is important not to heat for more minutes than recommended.
  • Remove the sterilizer from the microwave carefully.
  • Once the cup has been sterilized, wash the sterilizer and store it in a breathable wrapper.

For further questions or comments, write to us at [email protected] or our WhatsApp: 685 305 220. If you still don’t have your sterilizer and menstrual cup Eureka! Cup, remember that we have the Menstrual Kit that includes: 1 Eureka! Cup, 1 sterilizer, a special cleaner, and an ecological cotton bag.

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Translated by: @thaispascual

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