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Menstrual Cups Were a Hot Topic on Twitter

 

SckoonCup would like to thank those who participated in the #AlwaysTell Twitter party. We would also like to especially thank the host Mamavation, co-host Naturally Savvy and the panelist Happy Mothering ! If you missed out, don’t worry Mamavation hosts other Twitter parties every month, please go to their website for more information. Last night’s Twitter party was a discussion regarding the ingredients in tampons and menstrual pads that millions of women purchase everyday. You can sign the petition that encourages Procter and Gamble, the maker of Always feminine products to list the ingredients in their menstrual products, go and sign here.

If you missed the discussion, there were some interesting facts shared by Naturally Savvy, you can see more on their website. For example, did you know that most conventional pads are bleached using chloride dioxide and during the process will release dioxin (carcinogen that causes cancer)? Also, cotton tends to be sprayed with more pesticides than any other crop. The list continues on.

Did You Learn About Menstrual Cups at the Twitter Party?

Take a look at the discussion from February 11 on Twitter, search for the hashtag #AlwaysTell. You’ll see over 13,000 people have signed the petition asking Procter and Gamble to list the ingredients in their menstrual products! If you want to see more astonishing revelations, please check out this video from the founder of Naturally Savvy.

twitter party menstrual cup

Many people are not aware of the carcinogenic ingredients in tampons and pads. We encourage people to look into alternatives such as menstrual cups like SckoonCup. We also offer Sckoon Organic Pads. SckoonCup is great for menstrual cup beginners because of the softness, yet strong enough to open up once it’s inserted.

Menstrual cups have come a long way since they first were introduced. We spent three years making a perfect and the most versatile menstrual cup. SckoonCup is made of one solid construction so there are no seams along the cup, creating a smooth surface that doesn’t cause any irritation. Our cup (comes in two sizes) has angled suction holes near the very top of the cup optimizing capacity. Don’t worry about leakage, SckoonCup is known for not leaking because of our special design features, you can even swim with it, or wear it safely for overnight for up to 12 hours! You can learn more about those features by watching this video!

Diva cup and SckoonCup

Now is the Time to Purchase a SckoonCup Menstrual Cup

Again, we want to say thank you for all those who participated in the #AlwaysTell Twitter party. Since Valentines Day is just around the corner we are offering a special discount! If you’ve ever wanted to try a menstrual cup come shop on Valentines Day, this Friday February 14, at www.sckooncup.com. You can see the promo code at the site, and you will save 20% on anything you purchase on the entire website February 14, 2014! It is one day only. Shop now!




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