Easy. Menstrual cups generally come in 2 sizes. If you are under 30 years of age and have not given birth vaginally, then the smaller size is the one for you.
Alternatively, if you are over the age of 30 or you have given birth vaginally, then you will need the slightly larger size menstrual cup.
And with the right fit, you won’t even know you are wearing one.
Once you need to empty your menstrual cup, simply rinse it out and reuse.
And if you’re out in public, without the privacy of your own bathroom, just wipe it with toilet paper and then rinse it more thoroughly when you get home.
You might also like to use a mild, PH balanced menstrual cup wash, suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Ideal for anyone who would rather not use tampons or pads, period proof underwear is also perfect for younger girls, whose periods may still be irregular and who are keen to avoid bulky pads or embarrassing leaks during the school day.