Tips & FAQs

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Tips for Use

A little water-based lubricant is ok if needed to help insertion.
Boiling the silicone cup in water to sterilize it will temporarily soften the cup, but it will return to its original state after it cools and dries.
ALWAYS WAIT UNTIL THE CUP HAS COOLED BEFORE INSERTING INTO YOUR BODY.
• Cleaning: Plain water is generally best for washing your cup clean during use. Soaps may alter your natural vaginal pH levels, and some soaps/cleaning agents may damage your silicone cup.

FAQs & Hygiene Questions

Body Anatomy

New to Menstruation or to Menstrual Cups?

Welcome! Menstruation is a completely normal and natural process that is shared by billions of people - young girls, women, and gender nonconforming folks, all over the world!

Body Anatomy

Information provided here is connected with use for Kind Cup. If you have any further questions or need support, feel free to contact us - we'd love to help!
We design menstrual cups, but aren't doctors, so any medical questions should be discussed with your trusted healthcare provider.

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