Menstrual Cup

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Stop spending hundreds of dollars a year on tampons and switch to this USA made medical-grade silicone menstrual cup.

The cup may remain in the body for up to 12 hours at a time, unlike a tampon which must be changed more frequently. Menstrual cups collect menstrual flow, rather than absorbing it.

Fold the cup before inserting it into the vagina. Here are three of the most common ways to fold your cup. Both are easy. Pick the one that works for you.

C-Fold: Fold the cup into a C-shape by flattening the cup and bending it in the middle to bring the two ends together.

Punch-Down: Use your index finger to press down on the rim to collapse the cup. Pinch to hold in place.

7-Fold: Fold the cup so the rim makes a 7-shape by flattening the cup and then folding the top right corner of the rim across to the opposite side of the body of the cup.

Wash: Rinse your cup in cold water after use.
Wash thoroughly using hot water and mild soap. Avoid strong cleaners or anything that may irritate your skin.

Use a soft rag to wipe away any buildup.
Clear the four holes at the top of your Saalt Cup by passing water through the holes or using a disposable toothpick.

The Saalt menstrual cup is made of 100% medical-grade silicone and includes FDA compliant dyes that are BPA, latex, and chemical-free. The silicone has been tested and certified for cytotoxicity and skin sensitization per rigorous FDA testing standards so it is biocompatible and hypoallergenic. Because silicone is set in a permanent bond, it cannot melt and nothing can ever leach out.

Disinfect your cup between cycles by boiling your cup in water for 4–5 min (no more than 7 min) to sanitize it. Use tongs or a wire whisk to ensure the cup doesn’t touch the bottom of the pot.

You may also sanitize your Saalt Cup between cycles by wiping it with a soft rag and 70% isopropyl alcohol after thoroughly rinsing in water.

Dry your Saalt Cup thoroughly and store it in the bag provided (or another breathable container). Never use a plastic bag or airtight container for storage.

Some discoloration may occur over time. This is normal and may vary from one person to another.
If your cup is ripped or torn, or the silicone shows signs of deterioration (which can happen after using non-recommended cleaners) it’s time to replace the cup.

This product is designed to last 10 years, if damage does occur it can be incinerated in your next campfire.



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