Diva

DivaCup Model 0 Youth And Cleanser Bundle

$48.83
$48.83
SKU: BU-1012-001
 

DivaWash Menstrual Cup And Disc Cleanser

The 100% plant-based cleanser was consciously formulated to extend the lifespan of your DIVA™ Cup or DIVA™ Disc. Naturally formulated to protect the silicone of your reusable menstrual cups and discs, while maintaining the pH-balance of your vagina. One drop is all you need to clean your cup or disc each time. 

    Features

    • Convenient, flexible tube 
    • Naturally fragranced with citrus 
    • 100% plant-based 
    • Vegan and cruelty-free

    Ingredients

    aqua, [cocamidopropyl betain, decyl polyglucose, sodium cocoyl isethionate (coconut derived ingredients)], vegetable glycerin, caprylic/capric triglyceride, tocopherol acetate (vitamin E), ascorbic acid (vitamin C), retinyl palmitate (vitamin A), citrus officinalis (grapefruit seed extract - natural preservative and antimicrobial), xanthan gum, citric acid (pH balancer), citrus sinensis (sweet orange essential oil).

    Care and Cleaning

    Before Insertion and after removal, you should wash your DivaCup with DivaWash or a mild, unscented, oil-free soap. 

    DivaCup Model 0 Youth

    Meet the DIVA™ Cup—the most trusted reusable period care product since 2003. Consciously designed to fit all body types, and purposefully made to provide 12 hours of comfort and leak protection. No more tampon strings or frequent bathroom breaks. Transform your cycle and ditch disposables for good.

    Features

    • Model 0 holds 4 regular tampons of flow
    • Best for first-time users or for slim vaginal canals
    • Flexible 100% medical grade silicone folds for easy insertion
    • Safe for up to 12 hours of continuous wear
    • Visible flow lines to keep track of your period
    • Leak-resistant air holes create a seal to secure the cup in place
    • Easy to grip for hassle-free removal
    • Organic cotton pouch and user guide included

    Directions

    FAQ

    Q1. My DIVA™ Cup is discoloured. What is the best way to clean a menstrual cup?

    Discolouration will vary and depend on the uniqueness of each person’s flow. Rest assured; discolouration will not impair the functionality of your menstrual cup.

    Q2. When should I replace my DIVA™ Cup?

    As the DIVA™ Cup is a personal care product, we recommend that you inspect your cup regularly for signs of deterioration such as a sticky or powdery film, severe discolouration, odor, etc. If you detect any deterioration, or if you experience irritation, we recommend you replace your DIVA™ Cup with a new one.

    The lifespan of your menstrual cup may vary, depending on vaginal pH, how often and how well your cup is cleansed, what cleansing agents are used, etc. Our general guideline is that a DIVA™ Cup can last up to 5 years, but it is ultimately up to the consumer to decide when to replace their cup.

    Q3. Are menstrual cups safe?

    Yes— Made from 100% medical grade silicone, the Diva Cup contains no added chemicals (no BPA), latex, dyes, or plastics. Also, if properly cleansed and cared for, and there are no signs of deterioration—your DIVA™ Cup is safe to use for up to several years.

    Q4. Help! I can't remove my DIVA Cup.

    It can take some time to get the hang of insertion and removal. However, the vaginal canal is an elastic, muscular tube only about four (4) – five (5) inches (10.2 – 12.7 cm) long—there is nowhere for the DIVA™ Cup to get “lost” inside of you, as the vagina does not connect to other parts of the body.

    When inserted correctly, the DIVA™ Cup should sit low at the base of the canal, away from the cervix, making it possible for you to reach the stem and grip the base to remove it. Making sure to keep your muscles relaxed for removal is key!

    Q5. How often should I boil my cup?

    We recommend at the end of each cycle; the DIVA™ Cup may be submerged in an open pan of boiling water (continuous rolling boil) for 5-10 minutes. Do not leave the boiling pot unattended and use enough water so that the pan does not boil dry.

    Please know that boiling is not “mandatory”, it’s just a recommendation. Some consumers do not boil their cups at all, as regular cleansing with soap and water can be sufficient to maintain the integrity of the silicone.

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