Where to get it?
Misscup Sizes and ModelsThe Misscup is a menstrual cup that is manufactured in France. It is made of Silicon and comes in 2 different sizes/models:
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The Misscup is produced in France with 100 percent medical-grade silicone. According to the Misscup website, theirs is the only menstrual cup that’s made entirely in France. Interestingly, they sell a cup-sterilizer box that makes it convenient to kill any germs that are on your cup in just one minute, using your microwave.
How to use the Misscup
Misscup insertion. Wash your hands before using the Misscup. Squeeze the cup and fold it so that it’s easy to insert. You can also fold the cup twice from the center or roll the cup through the center. Keep the cup folded and insert it as far into the vagina as you can. Take your fingers away and the cup should open and form a seal. Tug on the stem lightly to confirm that it’s securely in place. If it’s not, take it out and reinsert again because it may not be in the proper position.
Misscup removal. To remove the Misscup, squeeze it so that the seal is released. From the base of the cup, or using the stem, whichever you prefer, take the menstrual cup out. It should come out easily, if it doesn’t, you need to squeeze the cup and bend it more to break the seal. Empty the cup and rinse it with clean water before reinserting.
Misscup care. Wash your Misscup with warm water and fragrance-free soap. Don’t forget to make sure the air holes are cleaned out by running them under water.
Periodically, sterilize your menstrual cup by immersing it in boiling water for 5 to 10 minutes. You can also use Misscup’s special sterilization cup to sterilize your cup in the microwave. Store your menstrual cup in the included pouch. Make sure not to store your cup in an airtight plastic bag or box, per Misscup.
About the company
The Misscup is made in France.
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