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You can now order a Boondh menstrual cup in a colour variant of your choice along with a small Boondh Cloth Pad that can serve as a pantyliner to back up flow on your heavy days or replace the cup on days of lighter flow :)
Each cup is made of medical grade silicone (certifications in accordance with US Pharmocoepia and USFDA) and lasts for 10+ years; good for the body and the environment.
Boondh cup comes in a standard size and fits most people. It can be used by menstruators of all ages, ranging from 15 till menopause during periods. The cups come in six different colors and holds between 15-22 ml of blood. Sterilization (in boiling water) is required only during the the beginning and end of the menstrual phase of the menstrual cycle. You can sleep, gym, swim and do sports wearing the cup. You don't need to remove the cup while urinating or/ and excretion.
Menstrual cups take an average of 1-3 cycles to getting used. Boondh is here for user support in 4 Indian languages through. For more information, see www.boondh.co
Boondh’s cloth pads offer an environmentally friendly alternative to disposable sanitary napkins (DSNs). Layers of cotton are stitched into a shape that resembles a DSN, except that as compared to the latter’s lifetime utility of 4-6 hours, cloth pads can be reused for upto 5 years with appropriate maintenance. Each pad can be used for anywhere between 120-150 washes (approx. 5 years for an average 3-5 day bleeding cycle, avoiding approximately 960 disposable pads from ending up in landfills!).
Instead of the adhesive wings DSNs have, Boondh cloth pads have wings that are secured to one’s panty with a snap button. To ensure that they are leak proof, the bottommost layer of each pad is lined with a layer of PUL (a kind of plastic).
Each pad can be worn for 4-6 hours. To care for your cloth pads, soak them in cold water for 15-20 minutes after use, hand wash them with cold water and detergent or soap, and dry them under the sun. Cloth pads should be completely dry before reuse. Use of an iron to dry cloth pads may affect its shelf life.