Intimina Lily Cup One 20ml (For Beginners)
This reusable, soft and extremely comfortable menstrual cup is made of medical-grade silicone which makes it safe and secure, especially for first-time users.
Lily Cup One is here to make things easier for first-time menstrual cup users. It’s convenient and unnoticeable thanks to a discrete case with an extra-firm rim that makes opening and sealing easy-breezy. There is also a removal loop to make sure you won’t panic once you need to remove it. We thought about everything.
How to use:
1. For the first use and before and after each period, sterilize with boiling water for about 5-8 minutes. For daily use, you can use mild soapy water and hot water for washing. Wash all soapy water before placing to avoid allergy.
2. Fold. Hold the base of your cup, flatten the opening and fold in half.
3. Insert. Angle your cup towards your tailbone and insert it upwards until the removal loop is inside.
4. Place correctly. Rotate the cup in both directions or pull it slightly down. If the cup doesn’t move - you’re good to go!
4. Remove. Grab the removal loop and softly squeeze the base to release the seal. Gently pull the removal loop and the cup is out!
5. You can wear Lily Cup One for up to 12 hours. Empty your cup 2-3 times per 24 hour period depending on your menstrual flow.
Warnings and recommendations:
If you have difficulty inserting or don’t have much menstrual blood, you can use it with a lubricant.
If you have the following feelings, you may fail to insert the menstrual cup: experience any pain or discomfort, menstrual blood flowing out shortly after placing the menstrual cup, and the menstrual cup ran out of the vagina when you stood up. If you feel the above, please relax and take out the reset. Using a menstrual cup is like using contact lenses. You will become more familiar with how often you practise.
Please clean menstrual cup with clean water or boiling water. Never use harsh cleaning agents such as tea tree oil, alcohol or bleach to clean this product.
- *Use a condom only once. Non-vaginal use of condoms may increase the risk of them slipping or being damaged.
- *No method of contraception can provide 100% protection against pregnancy or sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including AIDS.