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Buy Lubricant for Menstrual Cup Online in India
Contrary to tampons, menstrual cups are tiny, bell-shaped, flexible cups placed into the vaginal canal to collect menstrual blood instead of absorbing it. Each cup can be used multiple times and works best with a menstrual cup lube.
Menstrual cups typically exist in various sizes, so you must choose one based on your requirements. The primary benefit of a cup is that it may be worn for up to 12 hours, allowing you to travel, sleep, or engage in vigorous activities without worrying about leaks or experiencing the painful sensation of blood dripping out.
However, many women hesitate to insert a relatively large menstrual appliance like the period cup. Even among women who haven't started acting sexually, some phobia revolves around pain. But there is a solution; Sirona has come up with a lubricant for the menstrual cup, which makes the process of menstrual cup insertion smooth as butter.
Can Using Lubricant Makes Menstrual Cup Insertion Process Easier?
In simpler terms, YES! A lubricant makes using menstrual cups a lot easier. However, there is a lot of contradicting information out there regarding the use of menstrual cup lube. But, keep in mind that oil-based lubricants must be avoided at all costs while using a cup. Although menstruation cups have commonly been lubricated with petroleum jelly and coconut oil, most menstrual cup manufacturers, including us, warn against doing so because it could reduce the longevity of your cup.
However, you can use various water-based lubricants for insertion. Sirona menstrual cup lube makes insertion simple & hassle-free. What's best? These lubes are hypoallergenic, safe to use on your body, and pH balanced for the intimate area because all ingredients are water-based.
Benefits of using Menstrual Cup Lube
A lubricant gives moisture to intimate tissues, creating a smooth, natural glide and removing the possibility of painful friction or ripping. In addition, it makes inserting a menstruation cup much simpler.
Vaginal dryness is a frequent occurrence that can be caused by various factors, including your hormone levels, the stage of your menstrual cycle, your level of stress, and the medications you're taking. This dryness can be alleviated with the help of lube for the menstrual cup.
Menstrual cup lube is excellent for soothing vaginal irritation. Most of the time, vaginal irritation is caused due to dryness, and a menstrual cup lube relieves that irritation.
Maintain PH Level
The pH level of the vagina can get disrupted because of many reasons, like using oil-based products, medicines, health conditions etc, but the disrupted pH levels can be easily balanced out with a menstrual cup lubricant.
How to Use Lubricant for Menstrual Cups?
The sirona menstrual cup is soft and simple to use if you're seeking a comfy menstrual cup. When you proceed as follows, using lubricant with your menstrual cup is not difficult:
Clean the cup
Cleaning a menstrual cup is typically the first step before inserting one. You should sterilize it with a menstrual cup sterilizer if it is at the start of your period. If you are in the middle of your period, wash your cup with a specially formulated menstrual cup wash. This gently cleans your cup without damaging it or altering the pH of your vagina.
Pour it into your hand
Take a coin-sized lube into your hand, then spread it on your cup, concentrating on the rim for simple insertion. To make insertion even easier, you might lubricate your vagina a little.
Pouring the lubricant straight into your cup or vulva is sometimes advised, but doing so can frequently lead to product waste and uneven distribution. Instead, pour the lubricant onto your hand.
Fold the Menstrual Cup
Menstrual cups must be folded before being inserted, as you are probably already aware. Once you've found a fold that works for you, fold it that way. There are many other folds to try.
As the last step, the folded cup must now be inserted into your vagina.
Features of Menstrual Cup Lubricant
The menstrual cup lubricant was created especially for use with menstrual cups. The water-based lubricant makes insertion of the menstrual cup simple, hassle-free, and easy. In addition, it is hypoallergenic, safe to use on your body, and pH balanced for the intimate area because all ingredients are water-based.
The Sirona menstrual cup lubricant is water-based, complementing the body's natural lubrication. In addition, the water-based formula makes it feel all-natural.
Safe for skin
Made with ingredients like Tasmanian Pepper Fruit, Berries and Sodium Hyaluronate, the lube is safe for the skin and the menstrual cup.
They are specially designed for menstrual cups
These dermatologically tested lubes are safe for menstrual cups as they don't have any oil or glycerine present that can harm the cup or the vagina.
Shop for Best Menstrual Lubricant Online at Sirona
At Sirona, we believe in providing the best of the best to you, which means all our products go through rigorous testing and checks, and the same has been applied to our menstrual cup lubes. Each menstrual lube has been thoughtfully curated after considering the needs of a vulva owner! We make sure that our products aid you in every possible way. So what are you waiting for? Buy the best lubricant for menstrual cups and bid farewell to natural dryness.
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Sirona's goal is to improve the lives of vulva owners. To that end, they provide solutions that address unresolved female and hygiene issues and provide unbiased information that enables customers to make informed decisions. Sirona is a vulva owner. We have done everything possible to make life easier for you. From a blog to a YouTube channel, WhatsApp period tracker to feminine hygiene software, it covers all media and communication types. In addition, the Sirona feminine hygiene app lets you shop, chat, and share your concerns and opinions with other vulva owners.
1. Can I use a water-based lube to insert a menstrual cup?
Yes, you definitely can use lube to insert a menstrual cup! It is by far the safest option as it will keep your vagina and cup healthy.
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