Alright ladies, we’re about to get personal. If you don’t like talking or reading about girl parts, I hope you have a wonderful Sunday and will see you tomorrow for Manic Monday! (Yes, that means you won’t want to read this).
So…I cloth diaper (though, I did take a break and regret the heck out of it), and mostly use cloth wipes for the mama and kiddies in this house. I do not use paper towels. I’m not sure why, but the thought of using cloth feminine products never crossed my mind. Right about the time I was having that oh-so-awesome ‘tampons seriously irritate me’ conversation with a friend of mine, I was thrown into the world of eco-friendly feminine hygiene. I never got around to getting cloth pads, but I have had the chance to experience three cups and the Sckoon Cup is by far my favorite!
The first cup I tried was the first one I had ever heard about. I ordered a size 2 because the instructions said to order that size if you’ve had a child. I’ve had two, so that makes me doubly eligible for size 2, right? Not so much. That thing didn’t even come close to fitting. And, you know what? A size 1 didn’t fit, either.
Apparently, when my doctor said he wasn’t sure I’d be able to deliver vaginally, he had good reason. Now, I know.
The second cup I tried was amazing, and I still use it. It had a better fit, popped right open, and was even really cute.
So, what’s special about the Sckoon Cup? It’s soft, ladies. This thing is so comfortable, I forget I’m even on my period. The first few times I tried it, I couldn’t get it to pop open for me. That was a tad frustrating, as I didn’t have that problem with my then go-to cup. However, once I messed around with it and tried a few times, it now pops open with ease and the extra deluxe comfort sent it to the top of my favorites.
I highly, highly suggest the Sckoon Cup to anyone who is interesting in checking out the world of eco-friendly periods. And, even if you’re not into eco-friendliness, this baby is mucho better than sticking overly-drying, absorbent mini-rockets into your girl parts. No more irritation!
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