When I came to know that menstrual cups can be washed with cold water and reused during periods and just need to be put in boiling water to disinfect them, it blew my mind!
So convenient to use and so easy to clean — the cup came in my life as a blessing. I have been using one for two years now without complaints but every time my menstrual cycle ends, I wonder if there is a more sure-shot way of disinfecting the cup.
Enter the menstrual cup steriliser.
Kills 99 per cent Germs and Bacteria in just 3 Minutes:
Sirona Hygiene has designed this steriliser to keep your cleaning process easy and quick. It uses the heat of the steam to clean your menstrual cup and disinfect it. While cleaning it with water is alright, one can never be too careful when it comes to hygiene. Especially in regards to intimate hygiene. This steriliser ensures that.
It takes the steriliser just 3 minutes to do its job and it kills 99 per cent germs and bacteria in this short time. Plug it in while you take a bath and the machine will have completed its task before you are done with washing your hair!
How to use the menstrual cup steriliser?
Step 1: Pour out the blood from the cup and briefly rinse it with cold water.
Step 2: Pour 5 ml of water in the tank of the cup steriliser.
Step 3: Place the menstrual cup over the tank and close the lid of the steriliser. The cup must have its tail facing up and the mouth on the tank.
Step 4: Plug in the machine. That’s it! The power will go off within 3 minutes when the cleaning cycle is done.
Menstrual hygiene never became easier!
To me, personally, nothing can top the convenience and comfort of menstrual cups. Add to the fact that they are extremely budget-friendly and save thousands of pads from ending up in landfills and we have a champion! This menstrual cup steriliser is one step ahead toward intimate hygiene. It promotes sustainability, is very easy to use and reliable.
What are you waiting for? Get your machine by clicking on this link and stay stress-free about periods for life!
(Edited by Saiqua Sultan)
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