Happy Girl Cup™ Menstruation Cup is the way for modern ladies to feel confident in the monthly cycle. Completely invisible and hygienic, Happy Girl Cup™ does away with tampons and sanitary towels for ever. Once in place it helps boost confidence, enjoy life to the full and, over a lifetime, saves many thousands of £,$ etc. Special Introductory Offer!
Happy Girl Cup™
Medical Quality Silicone Menstruation Cup.
A lady's monthly cycle can be something or nothing. With the arrival of the Happy Girl Cup™ Menstruation Cup, for a very low cost, your period can be more comfortable and massively less expensive. Above all it reduces the chances of insanitation from chemicals used in all sanitary products; this includes babies nappies. And the information that follows is helped by what our clients have told us.
Made from medical quality silicone, Happy Girl Cup™ from Home Cures is, first and foremost, totally invisible and "forgettable", even for ladies who do sport or go swimming. Happy Girl Cup™ is hygienic, easily washable and easily sterilised. Tampons and sanitary towels have a high risk factor for our wellbeing. They contain chlorine and other chemicals, which can be the cause of cancer besides less serious problems, as well as posing other possibilites such as Toxic Shock. Home Cures Happy Girl Cup™ has no such problem. It is ideal for ladies who suffer from gynecological problems, such as eczema, allergies, mycosis, etc.. After iniital sterilisation each month, ladies can be certain that there is no chance of contact with any chemicals. Happy Girl Cup™ does not affect your vaginal flora and does not cause dryness. With Home Cures Happy Girl Cup™ you are confident, as there is no risk of any leaks or odours. And you need never buy a tampon or sanitary towel again. You will save a fortune!
At a price that is probably less than a few months purchases of either towels or tampons, your Happy Girl Cup™, which is Guaranteed for 5 years against any manufacturing fault, will almost certainly last you a lifetime. Your Happy Girl Cup™ is simply sterilised and, during your periond rinsed, put back in and forgotten. And, being delivered to your door in Eco friendly packing, there is no fancy box to throw away and pollute the environment. It arrives ready to use.
There are two sizes and two different colours available.
Large for Ladies who have already had a child.
Small For Ladies prior to Childbirth.
Colours available are Blue or Pink.
How to Use your Happy Girl Cup™
Before its first use, thoroughly wash the cup with ordinary soap and water; rinse it well, making sure that there is nothing hiding in the tiny air holes at the top. Then, sterilise in boiling water for about 5 minutes, making sure that it is does not touch any very hot surface, such as the bottom of a saucepan! For your first attempt at insertion, and it may take a little practice, we suggest that you use a little lubricant such as Home Cures "Intimate Lubricant" and follow the "folding instructions" that come with it. You should soon get the hang of it so that when your period does come you can put it in easily.
There are various ways of ensuring an easy insertion. Our suggestion is to simply fold the cup in half, then again, to form a "C", as in the diagram; take it at the narrow end, holding the shape, and push it inside. When it is inside, rotate it until you feel it makes a snug fit.
Removal and Care.
To remove your Happy Girl Cup™ comfortably, either over the toilet or in a shower, after washing your hands, carefully take hold of the end tip and gently pull away, keeping it vertical so as not to risk any spillage. Empty the contents. Then rinse the cup in running water. You can use a soft soap, but be sure to rinse it well!
In between your cycles, ensuring that it is thoroughly cleaned, keep your Happy Girl Cup™ in the little storage bag provided and then simply epeat the process, including sterilising prior to first use each month.
With your Home Cures Happy Girl Cup™ you will be a very Happy Girl!
Happy Girl Cup™ is the Registered Trade Mark of Home Cures.
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