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HOW TO USE YOUR CUP

Easy. Cup is made from imported medical silicone, is widely used in health care products, such as baby pacifiers, catheters and other medical equipment. This product does not contain dioxins and allergic substances that can irritate or can be absorbed by your vagina. Easy.Cup is fragrance free and Eco-friendly. Safe for you and the environment! The best menstrual solution. Period.

1. Wash your hands.

2. Fold the Easy.Cup

3. Squatting or sitting on the toilet, insert into the vagina gently.

4. Rotate the menstrual cup to ensure that it’s open, this is important to prevent leakage.

1. Hold the Easy.Cup with your fingers and slightly press the menstrual cup body.

2. Squatting or sitting on the toilet,gently drag the menstrual cup after the air is in.

3. Pour the content in the toilet and rinse the Easy.Cup with water to use it again. Disinfect it and store it in the bag for your next period.

1. Between uses during your period, clean the Easy.Cup with water and a mild liquid soap (oil free, dye free and fragrance free). Preferably use a  fragrance free feminine wash.

2. When your cycle ends, disinfect your Easy.Cup and leave it ready for your next period. Wipe it with rubbing alcohol or boil in water (enough to cover the Easy.Cup completely) and remove from heat and leave your Easy.Cup for 10 minutes to cool down. Dry and save it in the Easy.Cup bag. With proper use and cleaning it can last up to 10 years!

Make sure your cup is in optimal conditions before continuing its use. If you see signs of deterioration we recommend you replace it with a new one. Signs of deterioration can be discoloration or odor and texture change. If you suffered from a yeast infection during  use, we also recommend a replacement.

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WHICH SIZE IS RIGHT FOR ME?
Size1

Light to moderate flow

Suitable for women who have not given birth to a child or women up to the age of 25 years.

Size2

Normal to heavy flow

Suitable for women who have  given birth to a child or who are over the age of 25 years.

BENEFITS
Doesn't interfere with your vagina PH bacterial balance

Tampons absorbs all fluids, including the ones that your vagina produces to control its balance. The use of MC prevents TSS (Toxic Shock Syndrome). 

Eco-Friendly

Less landfill waste/ less deforestation. In the USA alone, an estimated of 12 billion pads and 7 billion tampons are disposed every year. 

DURABLE

It last up to 10 years with proper use. 

Holds 3 times more flow than a tampon

Won’t cause dryness when your period is light.

LATEX FREE

It’s made of FDA ISO certified medical silicone material, not absorbent.  

Periods are shorter and cramps are lighter

The Easy.Cup creates a suction that pulls down the flow and helps the blood clots out. 

Saves you money.

Pays for it self approximately in two to tree months! 

TOXIC FREE

It doesn’t contain pesticides, dioxins, GMO’S or fragrances commonly used in tampons. 

No strings attached

Great for swimming, running, yoga and women with an active lifestyle. Convenient for traveling or camping. You don’t have to worry about buying or disposing products and enjoy your trip. 

FACTS
    • 70% of women are using tampons. We have to change that for the betterment of women’s and our planet’s health.In her lifetime a woman will use approximately 9,120 tampons. Spending $1,773.33. If you use panty liners to compliment your period then add 2,280 pads and $443.33 to your spending. 

    • The use of menstrual cup is very sanitary. If you clean them properly, you don’t have a smelly trash with used tampons or pads. You empty the flow in the toilet and flush. It keeps your bathroom clean and smell free. 

    • The loss of virginity only happens having intercourse. The use of a menstrual cup can stretch or break your hymen, but that doesn’t mean you lost your virginity. If you are a minor you should consult the use of a menstrual cup with your parents or a doctor. 

    • There have been reported fewer cases of TSS with menstrual cup use. TSS is more common while using tampons, usually made with absorption material that contains dioxins, bleach, GMO and other chemicals that alter your vagina PH balance. This doesn’t warrantee that is risk free. Consult a doctor or get medical assistance if you present common symptoms. 

    • 

In our lifetime we produce approximately 300 pounds of waste in tampons and menstrual pads. 

Women with tilted uterus can use menstrual cups. Because of their high cervix, is recommended to select the correct cup size. 

    • Women with endometriosis recommend the use of menstrual cups. They report less cramps than when using tampons. The MC serves as a blood collector, this helps with the expulsion of blood clots. 

Waste created by tampons and pads in the lifetime of each woman.

Menstrual pads
disposed every year

Tampons
disposed every year
.

FACTS
    • 70% of women are using tampons. We have to change that for the betterment of women’s and our planet’s health.In her lifetime a woman will use approximately 9,120 tampons. Spending $1,773.33. If you use panty liners to compliment your period then add 2,280 pads and $443.33 to your spending. 

    • The use of menstrual cup is very sanitary. If you clean them properly, you don’t have a smelly trash with used tampons or pads. You empty the flow in the toilet and flush. It keeps your bathroom clean and smell free. 

    • The loss of virginity only happens having intercourse. The use of a menstrual cup can stretch or break your hymen, but that doesn’t mean you lost your virginity. If you are a minor you should consult the use of a menstrual cup with your parents or a doctor. 

    • There have been reported fewer cases of TSS with menstrual cup use. TSS is more common while using tampons, usually made with absorption material that contains dioxins, bleach, GMO and other chemicals that alter your vagina PH balance. This doesn’t warrantee that is risk free. Consult a doctor or get medical assistance if you present common symptoms. 

    • 

In our lifetime we produce approximately 300 pounds of waste in tampons and menstrual pads. 

Women with tilted uterus can use menstrual cups. Because of their high cervix, is recommended to select the correct cup size. 

    • Women with endometriosis recommend the use of menstrual cups. They report less cramps than when using tampons. The MC serves as a blood collector, this helps with the expulsion of blood clots. 

Waste created by tampons and pads in the lifetime of each woman.

Menstrual pads
disposed every year

Tampons
disposed every year
.

HINTS

To prevent leakage:

  • Make sure the cup is totally opened after insertion. Run your fingers around the cup to feel if it’s open and round shaped inside. If you feel a flat side you need to reinsert it properly. This will prevent leakage. 

  • You can also grab the base of the cup inside and gently wiggle it back and forth to position the Easy.Cup correctly. 

  • Twist it inside by grabbing your cup base and gently rotate it. This helps to form the seal needed. 

  • After your period ends, sterilize you Easy.Cup and store in the poly bag. Have it ready for next time you need it! 

  • If you have a IUD, always release the suction before removing the Easy.Cup. This helps prevent IUD expulsion (very rare). Consult a doctor about the risks before trying it. 

  • When you go to a public bathroom bring with you a water bottle to rinse it in the toilet. 

  • On heavy flow days, the Easy.Cup can get full before the 12 hours. To prevent leakage, identify those days and check it more often (5-6 hours) 

Please remove Easy. Cup before intercourse. Do not use Easy. Cups for post-natal bleeding. Your Easy. Cup should not be worn for longer than 12 consecutive hours. You must handle your Easy. Cup with clean hands. Keep your Easy. Cup clean at all times. Keep your Easy. Cup away from damaging agents, pets, children and direct sun light.

If you have or are experiencing any gynecological problems please discontinue using your Easy. Cup and consult a gynecologist. If you are experiencing any pain or discomfort while wearing your Easy. Cup, discontinue use and consult your gynecologist. While we work to ensure that product information is correct, on occasion manufacturers may alter their ingredient lists. Actual product packaging and materials may contain more and/or different information than that shown on our Web site. We recommend that you do not solely rely on the information presented and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product. For additional information about a product, please contact the manufacturer. Content on this site is for reference purposes and is not intended to substitute for advice given by a physician, pharmacist, or other licensed health-care professional. You should not use this information as self-diagnosis or for treating a health problem or disease. Contact your health-care provider immediately if you suspect that you have a medical problem.

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