WHY MAKE THE SWITCH?
To experience safe and hygienic periods
Pad manufacturers are not required to disclose all components that go into pads. As a result, harmful bleaching agents such as dioxin are used on pads. Dioxin intake has been linked to endometriosis and some forms of cancer.
Because cups can be worn all-day
A pad needs to be changed every 4 hours. A cup, on the other hand, collects a large amount of blood and will need to be emptied once in 8-10 hours, based on your flow. Ideal for travel and days when there isn't a clean bathroom in sight.
You're going zero-waste for 10 years
A single pad takes between 80-100 years to decompose. A woman will use 12-16,000 pads in her lifetime. You're leaving behind waste that will last far longer than your lifetime. Cups, on the other hand, are reusable and need to be replaced every 5-10 years making it much more eco-friendly!
You save money!
Have you considered how much you spend on pads in your lifetime? Do this simple calculation, how many packets of pads do you use in a single cycle? What does that cost per month? Per year? For 10 years? For 35 years?
A cup costs Rs. 400 and lasts you for 10 years, you will use about 3 cups in your lifetime.
Isn't that a whole lot of money saved?
When you use a pad, you're often restricted. You can't wear nice clothes because you're worried about leakage, you can't swim, running is uncomfortable.
Say goodbye to all these problems when you use the cup. The menstrual cup gives you the freedom to live life on your terms.