Period Care

A menstrual cup is a type of period care product that is gaining popularity among women. It is a small, flexible cup that is inserted into the vagina during menstruation to collect menstrual fluid. Unlike pads and tampons, which absorb menstrual fluid, a menstrual cup collects it. This means that it can hold more fluid than other products, and it can be worn for longer periods of time without needing to be changed. Many women find that menstrual cups are more comfortable and convenient than pads or tampons, and they are also more environmentally friendly. To use a menstrual cup, simply insert it into the vagina and empty the contents into the toilet when it is full. The cup can then be washed and reinserted. With proper care, a menstrual cup can last for several years, making it a cost-effective option for period care.


In addition to menstrual cups, another popular option for period care is an intimate wash. An intimate wash is a gentle, pH-balanced cleanser that is specifically designed for use on the vaginal area. It can be used during menstruation to keep the area clean and fresh, and it can also be used on a daily basis to maintain good vaginal health. Intimate washes are typically free of harsh chemicals and fragrances, and they are designed to be gentle and soothing. To use an intimate wash, simply apply a small amount to a damp washcloth or cotton pad and cleanse the area. Rinse with water and pat dry. Using an intimate wash during menstruation can help to keep the vaginal area clean and comfortable, and it can also help to reduce the risk of irritation and infection.