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How SckoonCup Menstrual Cup Works: 8+ Hours Of Protection – How Is That Possible?

 

Menstrual cups are an amazing invention, safely collecting your flow for up to 12 hours. For many, it’s still a mystery how menstrual cups work and why it’s safer to use them over store bought disposables. Read on to learn how SckoonCup works!

How does SckoonCup &  Menstrual Cups work?
A menstrual cup is designed to safely and comfortably collect your menstrual flow by gathering it in a “cup”. Tampons and similar items absorb your flow along with your body’s natural moisture. SckoonCup (and many other menstrual cups) are made using medical grade silicone molded into a cup shape, collecting your flow safely and securely. SckoonCup is designed to be easy to clean and comfortable to wear. SckoonCup went through a lengthy research and design process for over 3 years to make sure it was the most comfortable and effective design possible.

How long can I wear my SckoonCup Menstrual Cup?
Free of synthetic fibers, bleach, and dioxin, SckoonCup is a healthier and safer alternative to tampons and can be safely worn for up to 12 hours. That means day and night protection without the dryness and irritation that tampons and disposable pads cause.

Am I able to sleep with my SckoonCup still in use?
Since SckoonCup is made using some of the softest medical grade silicone, it’s super comfortable! Many women even report being unable to feel their SckoonCup at all once properly inserted. And since SckoonCup can be safely worn for up to 12 hours, you can comfortably sleep with it in and feel confident on your white sheets. Simply empty your SckoonCup before bed, make sure it’s inserted correctly and comfortably, and then crawl into bed. Easy!

What about the risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS)?
Toxic Shock Syndrome is a scary and possibly fatal illness. TSS often occurs when the moisture from your body is absorbed by an outside source (such as a tampon) allowing harmful bacteria to grow releasing toxins into the bloodstream that can cause TSS. This is why tampons put users at risk for illness and a strict 8 hour rule is applied.

But wait – menstrual cup users often wear their cup for longer than 8 hours. So what does this mean for menstrual cup users?

With SckoonCup, you don’t have to worry about Toxic-Shock Syndrome (TSS) or vaginal infections with proper use. Many menstrual cups are made using high-quality medical grade silicone, latex, or rubber – not absorbent materials. Your body is still able to naturally moisturize and clean itself. Therefore the use of menstrual cups is not linked to TSS.

Ready to make the switch? Visit us online at SckoonCup.com! Your period should be a breeze, and with SckoonCup, an internally worn menstrual cup, it will be. Discover a clean, effective alternative to tampons or disposable pads. Made from FDA approved soft medical-grade silicone, it’s safe, reusable, environmentally friendly, and pretty, too!




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