s afety Information Menstrual cups are not a contraceptive device and will not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases. Please remove cup before intercourse. Do not use menstrual cups for postnatal bleeding. Your menstrual cup should not be worn for longer than 12 consecutive hours. You must handle your menstrual cup with clean hands. Keep your menstrual cup clean at all times. Keep your menstrual cup away from damaging agents, pets, children and direct sun light.
The VIDA menstrual cup is a healthy, safe and conscious alternative to pads and tampons. VIDA is a bellshaped reusable silicone cup that collects your menstrual blood. Inserted like a tampon, VIDA sits comfortably in your vagina and can be safely worn for up to 12 consecutive hours.
1 00% GERMAN Medical Grade Silicone.
l earning how to effortlessly insert and remove your VIDA cup can take some patience and practice. Sterilise the Vida in boiling water for 2 minutes, then wash using warm water and mild soap wash your hands and cup under running clean water. Fold the cup to your preferred method, Now relax, you can either stand, squat, sit or raise one of your legs. Insert the cup into your vagina, gently guide the cup inthe cervix, Hold the base of the cup, not the tail and rotate the cup until it opens.
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