The Kiko menstrual cup…. the modern day tampon alternative.
We have put together this great wee starter pack for those wanting to take the plunge into the world of reusable menstrual products. In this pack you will receive.
1 x Kiko Menstrual Cup your choice of size (see size details below)
3 x Panty liners suitable as back up to your cup or for everyday use for light spotting or discharge.
1 x Wetbag to store your liners in.
1 x Pad drying strap to clip your pads upto dry
1 x Cup coast to sit your cup on while drying or in public toilets
Hey gorgeous goddesses, are you looking for a tampon or pad alternative? How about trying a comfortable and affordable reusable menstrual cup? Also known as a feminine cup or period cup. The Lotus Menstrual Cup is a reusable menstrual device made from medical grade silicone and is ideal for you…. the modern day goddess that is on the go and looking to save some $$. Are you looking for an alternative menstrual product free from harmful toxins? or do you care about the environment and environmental footprint we leave? or you maybe all of the above!!.
How does a menstrual cup work?
It is designed to be folded and inserted into your vagina to collect your menstrual blood. Once inserted it opens up and is held in place by your vaginal wall muscles.
Are you looking for a menstrual product that is……
Our goal is to provide every goddess, woman or transgender person with an affordable option to menstrual products such as pads or tampons. We also aim to provide a menstrual cup that doesn’t cost the earth. The Kiko menstrual cup costs $24.90 and will last approx 8-10 years when cared for properly. This will cost you around $2-$3 per year!! Now that is a savings that any goddess would like right? This leaves you with more $$ towards those things you would prefer to buy. Lets face it buying menstrual products every month puts a dent in our purse.
Our customers find the Kiko Menstrual Cup is soft and flexible with soft edges. This makes it easy for most goddesses to insert, remove and wear. The longer stem is able to be trimmed to a suitable length for the individual.
Safe & Chemical Free
Some people may ask why on earth would I want to stick something like this in my vagina?? well the answer is simple…… wouldn’t you rather put something up there that is free from harmful bleaches, dioxins, artificial fragrances, and other chemicals that are used on many pads and tampons in today’s market? Add in a moist, warm, damp vaginal environment and tadaaah you have created a nice environment to harbor harmful bacteria which some goddesses may experience. A menstrual cup will give you a healthy vagina that will love you for not filling it with anymore chemicals.
Able to be use almost anywhere anytime
Yes you read that correctly, you can use a menstrual cup just about in any situation, place or time, how awesome is that! Menstrual cups can be used safely overnight, travelling, camping, swimming or exercising. Whatever you have planned, your cup can go with you everywhere either in your handbag or already in your vagina!! therefore giving you the freedom from pads and tampons.
Still not convinced? Check out our 8 reasons why you should use a menstrual cup here.
What size should I buy?
Size 1 (small) is generally suited for women that have not had a vaginal birth, lighter flows or teens/young women. It is also suitable for those with very tight pelvic floor muscles. It can also be ideal for first time users of a menstrual cup.
Capacity: approx 30ml
Length: 50mm from rim to base of cup 70mm
Size 2 (large) is generally suited for women that have had a vaginal birth, heavy flow. It is also suitable for those with weaker pelvic floor muscles.
Capacity: approx 36ml
Length: 55mm from rim to base of cup, from rim to tip of stem 75mm
These sizing recommendations are a general guideline other factors you may need to consider are the strength of your pelvic floor muscles. If you fit most of the size 1 cup criteria but have very weak pelvic muscles then consider the size large cup. If you have a low sitting cervix then the size 1 cup will be a better fit. Some women find their cervix sits lower during the first 48 hours of their period then moves back to the higher position.
How often should I change my menstrual cup?
It is recommended the cup should be emptied, rinsed and reinserted every 4-8 hours, no more that 10 hours. It will vary greatly as every goddess cycle is so different. With a bit of practice you will quickly know how long you can leave it before emptying it during the different stages of your period.
Are you confused and unsure what to get? checkout our range in our menstrual cup shop here or message us to discuss your requirements.