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The Feminesse Menstrual Cup is a pH friendly alternative to tampons and sanitary pads. In other words, some sanitary products absorb your period alongside vaginal fluid, which can leave the vagina feeling dry and irritated. The menstrual cup retains up to 18ml of menstrual blood and is worn internally, like a tampon. Therefore, By collecting the fluid, the Feminesse Cup takes care to look after the natural pH. Thanks to its design, it is an ideal menstrual aid for an active lifestyle for instance when partaking in all kinds of sports, travelling and day-to-day usage, without fear of leaks.
Comes complete with one fold-able silicone cup, a discreet fold-able container and an information leaflet.
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