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  • Blossom Menstrual Cup (Large, Yellow)
  • Blossom Menstrual Cup (Large, Yellow)
  • Blossom Menstrual Cup (Large, Yellow)
  • Blossom Menstrual Cup (Large, Yellow)
  • Blossom Menstrual Cup (Large, Yellow)

Blossom Menstrual Cup

Blossom Menstrual Cup (Large, Yellow)

Blossom Menstrual Cup

Blossom Menstrual Cup (Large, Yellow)

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  • EFFECTIVE, NON-INVASIVE, AFFORDABLE: World's BEST KEPT SECRET - TRY a Simple Age-Old Technique of Collecting your Menstrual with our Blossom Silicone Menstrual Cups for a Small Fraction of the Cost of regular pads, tampons, organic pads, cloth pads, or even instead softcup
  • YOU WILL LOVE THE DRAMATIC RESULTS: That will help you decrease your flow and even get less Menstrual cramps because our Blossom Menstrual cups are natural and will not Interfere with our body natural flow but instead collect and even help you measure how much you are bleeding per each menstrual cycle. IT WORKS or YOUR MONEY BACK! CLICK the
  • VERSATILE: You can use it anywhere, from swimming to Hiking or just sleeping overnight. Our Blossom Menstrual cup will need to be changed twice on the light days and maybe 4 times a day on the heavy menstrual days. This will depend on your individual menstrual flow.
  • HIGH QUALITY : Our Menstrual Cups are made of 100% BPA-FREE FDA Approved Medical Grade Silicone. Not Rubber or Plastic! SAFE, Reusable, Long-Lasting, Effective. FREE BONUS: Quality hygiene pouch Case, Instruction Guide & Lasts up to 15 years of regular use!
  • COST EFFECTIVE: Save Money and Care for the Environment - No more expensive Tampons and Sanitary Napkins to end up as landfill. One Menstrual Cup per cycle vs. 22 tampons or Sanitary Napkins per period. More economical!
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The Blossom Cup is hands down is the greatest thing to happen to periods since chocolate!General thoughts:I originally purchased both the Blossom Cup & Diva Cup in June 2015 and for the first few months switched between the two regularly attempting to find the perfect fit. I first thought the diva cup would be best as reviewers said it's a firmer material and it had better reviews overall. I bought the Blossom Cup for good measure & as I felt it wasn't a huge financial burden & was worth the risk. I liked the idea of a firmer material as the fear of a collapsing cup in the middle of a busy event scared the bejeezus outta me! But i found that the diva cup hurt more & sat in very uncomfortable positions. In the first few months I also had much more leaks with the Diva than the Blossom. It's tough to get used to these at first! My first cycle I was only able to have one leak free insertion, so definitely still wear liners at first! The Blossom cup is more affordable, sits more comfortably and flexes better with your body, which is a huge bonus. The wall of my vagina gets very sore and I didn't really think this would cause so much discomfort when going for a firmer cup. But all vaginas are different so I would recommend trying the other if one doesn't work for you. I personally recommend starting with the Blossom Cup! The white cup in the pictures is the Diva Cup which I'm just showing it for reference. It does have a little tip at the end that I cut off in an attempt to make it more comfortable. Some people have had good luck flipping them inside out as well, do tons of research and find what works for you.Recent Personal Experience That Blew Me Away:I've just returned from Thailand where including driving to the airport, layovers and flight time I spent 34 hours straight traveling when returning home. The day before my return home my aunt Flo decided to rear her ugly head. I suffer from PCOS so my periods can be irregular & are always heavy. I can usually count on her showing up about every five weeks, but the longer she waits the heavier the flow. Due to a misshapen uterus and my hormonal imbalance my cramps and back pain can be so physically debilitating that my first day is usually spent in bed writhing in pain hoping for a swift death with bouts of puking here & there. This isn't an option when I'm traveling so I grit through the physical hurt, but the Moon Cup makes it so the bleeding part is almost non consequential. Being in physical distress is miserable enough that I really don't want to have to deal with the hassle of changing tampons or pads. Plus the physical harm to self and planet sucks. Always having such a small and efficient item on hand is life changing for me. I always keep the Blossom Cup in my purse or in my backpack when I travel. I don't advise it, but desperate times called for desperate measures; I wore the Blossom Cup the full 34 hours home and didn't have to change it once. It worked as a literal plug and kept me clean the full trip home. I never felt more thankful to any product than I felt to the Blossom cup then and still do now. At the end of each long flight I'd check and make sure all was well down there, and I cannot believe how well it held up! As soon as i got home i removed it in the shower cleaned it & put it right back in. I don't like to change it in public. I know many women do, but i just can't get past the sanitary inconvenience as well as I find it's tougher for me to get 'in position' in public bathrooms. As of now of changing my cup at least once a day(and sometimes only once) for the last two years almost, I have had zero complications and if it's something you think you can get away with too, i say go for it!List of Personal Recommendations:1. I change my cup first thing in the morning in the shower. It's easiest to maneuver and get in a good inserting position.2. Push out when inserting. You know what i mean. It makes inserting ten times easier and makes for a less painful insertion as well.3. DO NOT try and shove it in as far as possible. I did this the first few periods thinking it would protect me better, but oh boy was i wrong! I find it sits best when i can feel the very tip when i push out.3. I fold mine as shown in the picture below(sorry for the dog fuzz, this is a brand new cup that hasn't been used though!). Then once i feel it's in deep enough I pinch the bottom and twist. I always check for the suction cup feeling by tugging on it gently, before I settle that it's in correctly. Pinch & twist works best for me. If I don't get the suction feeling, i keep twisting until i do.4. Use liners at first even if you have a couple good seal days. I went through too many underwear by getting cocky at first and trusting I had done it correctly :(5. Don't be afraid of your own fluids! It is totally gross at first, but for a couple minutes of icky fingers you can have hours of worry free menstruation! It is such a wonderful liberating experience I can't imagine ever going back to anything else. 5FINALLY I figured it out! Here are my tips - be prepared...Well, here's the story - i am 5'5" weigh 108 and have a pretty light cycle - tampon use is from regular to light size. However I have delivered 4 children. I went ahead and decided to go with the SMALL.I could not get this thing figured out and the tip was bugging me and i felt like it was not in properly because of that. I read some tips on line that changed my life:1. trim the tip off that bad boy! I trimmed it to like the last ring and then rounded it to make sure it wasnt sharp or anything. You will not be in elbow deep to remove it - which was my fear!! I actually turned the cup inside out before i cut it to try it out.2. rinse it with water and dont dry it3. smash it with your thumb and fold it like a taco4. insert it in toward your lower back/tailbone while you are in a "HOVERCRAFT" position lol. You know that public restroom position when the seat is nasty.5. twist a little if you can6. do a couple of squats when you are done where your butt is low to the ground. Weird i know but - they lady online suggested it and it has worked for me since i don't notice a suction or if it unfolds7. go on about your day! Amazing. it freaks me out a little thinking about the fluid sloshing around in there but it is really not nastier than a tampon. it made it all night fine.8. when you go to remove it just pinch the tip to break the suction and slowly pull it out. you will just genly dump it out - disgusting and mind boggling at the same time...9. wash with soap and repeat. there isnt the same risk as tss as with tampons so you can wear these all day without messing with it.hope that helps! personal detail overload***Update*** been a couple of months and it seems to be falling out now. Put at 3 because the company is great and my friend loves hers 3FU tampon tax! Lol the best 15 bucks I've spent :) <3I researched the hell out of the menstrual cup before I decided to just go for it. It's one of the best decisions I've ever made!!! I saw that everyone mentioned there's a learning curve so I was a bit anxious to get it right, and yes there is a small learning curve. Once you've found your best way of doing it, it's a breeze. I even freshened up at work with no problems. It's a stall bathroom but I would just take a small water bottle to rinse. Tmi coming your way... but I've got a heavy, heavy flow (period lasts 7-8 days) and some of those days there are a lot of clots. This didn't phase the cup one bit. I was also worried that I wouldn't know when it was full, but you feel like air bubbles (I don't know how else to describe it) and I'm guessing that means it's losing suction. There weren't any leaks just the feeling, then I'd empty it and back to normal. Aside from the 3 heavy days, I got away with changing the MOST 3 times a day. I saw that the bathtub was the best place to switch it out, not for me. The toilet was easiest. I suppose it's because you're basically squatting.I will say this, this isn't for the person that is squeamish with their periods. For it is a very hands on operation.If you're thinking of doing it.... DO IT!!!! 5AMAZING! Have used both small & large cups!WARNING LONG RAMBLING REVIEW lol... So I've had this for almost a year now & this past month I've really got the hang of it & let me tell you, these things are AMAZING! Just don't give up on it right away when you can't figure it out. That's what I did. I couldn't get it to set right & it kept leaking so I put it back in the bag, used tampons and the cup just sat on a shelf for a few months. Then one day while watching YouTube videos I came across another review that made me want to try this again. So I bought another one, a green large one this time. (I bought the blue small one the first time) I thought maybe the reason why I wasn't getting it to fit right was because I bought a small. I'm 30 & have had two kids. But I have read reviews that have said that doesn't really matter, so first time I wanted to start off small. Anyways, so like I said, I bought a green large cup the second time around. I tried it and boom it worked! I'm not sure why I got that one to work on the first try but I did (I use the C fold btw) so I wore that for a couple days and it was great so I wanted to try the small blue one again. So I put the small blue one in again and again first try got it again! Also, the small worked great even though I've had two kids. I think maybe the first time I tried it I wasn't relaxing enough. I don't know lol..Anyway, point of the the review is these things are awesome! Once you get the hang of it, it really feels like you're not on your period AT ALL! It's a little messy when taking out but if you don't mind your own blood, then it shouldn't be a problem. Also, from my experience, it shouldn't matter if you've had kids or not. I'd say get a size depending on your flow. I wear the small cup during the day now & I can wear it all day with no leaks. I don't bleed a lot during the day. I put the large cup in right before bed because I bleed a lot at night while sleeping. I've woke up before with the large cup almost full. So it all depends on your body. Or buy both sizes and use both like me! Haha.. I posted pictures so you can see the difference between a small cup and a large cup. The small is blue & the large is green. I cut off the stems on both of them. That's just personal preference. I do not like the stems sticking out of my vagina! :/So if you have read this whole review, I hope it helped! Haha.. and seriously these things are so great! You won't regret it! :) 5Blossom vs Diva vs lenaI first used a diva cup, which worked perfectly. I decided to try this one bc what I didn't like about the diva cup was the clear color which stains, and that indent in the stem making it hard to clean thoroughly. This one looked very similar in size and shape but leaks like CRAZY! I think maybe it is too soft to fully "reinflate" properly each time when inserted. I bought a lena cup it is perfect in every way! Colored shell hides stains, stem is solid, ABSOLUTELY no leaks from day 1. I couldn't feel any of the 3 while in, so comfort was not an issue with any brand for me. 1Horrible.The company itself was great and very responsive. The product was a definte no for me. I was eager to try one of these cups for a long time. Many companies recommend a large cup for women who have given birth or are over 30 years old. This company stated your cervix length has to do with the cup size and if you have a heavy flow you should buy the larger cup. I am not over 30 and have not given birth but I measured my cervix according to their method & I do have a heavy flow so I bought this cup in a size large and once inserted the removal was extremely painful despite following the recommended way. I contacted the company & they gave me a refund. I decided to give it another chance & purchase a smaller cup. The smaller cup gave me the same issues. I tried removing it in the shower, standing, sitting, every way that I have ever heard of including the companies recommended ways. This product caused a minor tear That caused me to have to go to the doctor BOTH cycles that I used it. This product failed me & I would not even give it 1 star. I will stick to pads and tampons. I would never recommend this product unless you wish to have tears and visit your doctor. 1Zero stars.I m a longtime diva cup user. I was drawn to the colorful blossom cup options and the price. I used this for over 24 hours and I was beginning to think I had some sort of horrific infection because of the putrid, foul, odor. I switched back to my diva to see if I was still having the problem. It was the cup. The blossom cup smelled like a festering corpse. Cannot believe I put that thing inside my poor body. Spend the extra money and get a reputable cup from a company who has been around since the inception of menstrual cups! 1Works well - 2nd brand I've triedThis is the second brand of menstrual cup that I've tried. I tried the first 7 months ago and didn't like how it was too soft, flexible so I switched to the Blossom 2 months ago. The Blossom is slightly firmer which makes it easier to properly insert it more consistently. Tighter seal means less leaks, less spotting. However, I haven't been successful in achieving my goal of 90+% leakproof so I still use a pantyliner as back up protection.There's a definite learning curve to using a menstrual cup. It was new to me and none of my close friends had ever used one before so I watched video reviews of other brands to learn tips beforehand. I've had 2 children by natural childbirth so I was supposed to order a large . However, my stature is petite and I was nervous to try it so I ordered a small figuring I can always empty more frequently. I really didn't want to FEEL it once it's inside me.Initial insertion was not bad. Warning ladies: Keep your nails trimmed short! You will be getting very up close and personal with your lady parts. It's not supposed to be too deep inside, just enough that the stem is not extending outside of you. Still, I was glad my nails weren't long. Some reviewers said they trimmed the stem. I'm glad that I did NOT trim the stem. I like the textured grip. It made removal easier.I was shocked that once I had it properly inserted, I couldn't feel it at all! I was active and didn't realize it was there. The only time I felt it was when I slept on my side. I felt it shift. That made me wonder if it was going to provide adequate protection? It was fine but I spotted a little overnight.This next part is TMI so STOP reading here if you've got a sensitive stomach or are uncomfortable. This is a very personal subject to discuss with total strangers. I still want to share things rather unfiltered, things I wish I'd known before I tried it so I could've been more mentally prepared.It seems obvious. It's a menstrual cup so you will collect blood. It's fairly messy at first so I'm glad that I was in the privacy and cleanliness of my own private bathroom. When I first inserted it, I got blood on my fingers. The Blossom works better than the cup that I was using previously. It's a slightly firmer cup so once inserted it doesn't collapse on itself as much and creates a better seal so I had less spotting. Over the past 7 months that I've been using menstrual cups, my preference is to insert it while in the shower, but I always remove it at the toilet.The removal is where it gets a bit crazy. I pressed the cup to release the suction. You'll know because sometimes it makes slurpy sounds! Then I pulled it by the stem. TIP: Get your toilet paper or wipe ready BEFORE you remove it because the cup contains the majority of it's contents but there's still a string of bloodiness from the outer surface of the cup. First couple times I had a mild vasovagal response where I got nauseous and dizzy when I saw the blood collected. I was wondering if it'd clot because it's in there for hours but no it did NOT clot. Eventually I got desensitized. Now I find it intriguing to see what it collects and to think that's what my tampons/pads had been absorbing. Also, incredible to think about how many tampons I'm not needing to use now that I'm using this cup.It looks like a lot of blood when seen all at once. On the first day of my period the small cup was more than enough to last me 10-12 hrs. However, on my heavier second day of my period, the small size was full by 5 hours so I needed to empty more frequently. I could see wanting the smaller cup for lighter days, larger cup for heavy flow days.Lastly, what I found helpful was that I could go to the bathroom without removing the cup. My pet peeve about peeing with a tampon is that I can't stand urinating on the string! It also affects my stream so it takes much longer to empty my bladder. With the menstrual cup in place, I didn t have a problem. I even tried going number two while using the cup to see if the cup would stay in place. I was afraid I was going to need to catch the cup in case I squeezed that out too. LOL no such problem! Overall, I DO prefer using a menstrual cup over tampons and pads. I'm still learning so it is not completely leak free and I don't like to insert or empty it in public bathrooms. As long as I can do that part at home, I really like this product. 4Blossom cup in smallI have been wanting to try a menstrual cup for a few months now but have been afraid to buy one. They seem so huge! I am a long time tampon user (regulars only) and for the past few years have been having problems with them making me feel sore inside. I also can feel them sticking me when I move certain ways so I was nervous about having a bigger item (the cup) in. I finally broke down in bought a small although I have had two kids, a high cervix, and am almost 29. It arrived the day before my cycle and the first time I inserted it, it fit like a glove! I know that I'm probably one of the lucky few that didn't have to practice with it but I am amazed how you actually can't feel it. The stem doesn't sit outside my body ( if I would have gotten a large this probably wouldn't happen). Therefore I have to reach in about half an inch while bearing down to get to the base of the cup for removal. I need more practice on removal because it stays suctioned although I'm pinching it and moving it back and forth. I think it gets stuck behind my pubic bone so maybe I'll have better luck standing next time. I have had no leaks and although I can't speak about heavy periods, on my first day a regular tampon gets changed every 3 1/2 hours and when I dumped this after 4, it was barely halfway full. I'm not squeamish when it comes to blood but I didn't realized how thick menstrual blood was. It makes it difficult to dump. If you're one that hates getting blood on your hands this isn't for you. If you don't mind a little more clean up and are tired of smelly cycles and dryness definitely give this a try. 5Why Isn't There a Monument to the Inventor of This Thing?If you're reading reviews considering switching to a cup, then you've doubtless already seen thousands of women telling you how great they are. I agree with them, but I wanted to offer my experience and hopefully helpful tips to do my part to spread the Gospel of the Cup.First, I'm a maxipad girl. I've used tampons very reluctantly because they always seem to press on my bladder so I constantly feel the need to pee. And as I've gotten older, my period has gotten heavier and more unpredictable (possible uterine fibroid), so I've been using a LOT of pads. In fact, I had gone so far as to place an order for a pair of Thinx (period panties) when I saw that someone suggested a cup instead on some online forum. I canceled the Thinx and ordered the Blossom (at half the price, I should mention).It arrived right on the first day of my next period so I got no chance for a "dry run" (which many people advise against anyway). Talk about being thrown in at the deep end.I'm now on day three and have spent a lot of time interacting with the cup. It "frees you from your period"? I don't think I've ever spent so much time up in my business than I have in the past three days.Before I waste anyone's time, my biggest warning is this product isn't for the squeamish. You WILL get blood on you, at least at first. My bathroom looks like an amateur horror movie set every time I try to change it. For this reason, I can't imagine having to change it in a public restroom just yet. But the good thing about blood is it washes off, and if you keep reading, you'll see a little mess is well worth it.(Speaking of mess, I got to experience my worst fear almost immediately. Had to change it in the middle of the night the first night. Between being half asleep and having inserted the cup too far, when I pulled it out it was coated with blood and very slippery. Straight into the toilet it fell. I instantly regretted buying pale yellow (so pick a more vibrant color if you can). I had to fish it out barehanded. It wasn't the end of the world, and I've handled worse. I did clean it up and leave it to air out the rest of the night for hygiene purposes. I had been using it about 8 hours, and going back to just a pad already reminded me how much I hate them, especially while sleeping.)So far the hardest thing about using the cup is inserting it properly. It's not an exact science and every woman has to work out the method best for her through trial and error (fortunately there are a bunch of YouTube videos and online forums to walk you through). To be more specific, for me inserting wasn't the problem as much as making sure the cup opened up once in. I had a devil of a time (so much so that I started to wonder if I chose the wrong size or firmness; I've never had a baby but I'm over 40 so I went with large) until yesterday I think I finally hit upon my method. For me, the "punch down" fold works best (makes the point of entry about the size of a tampon), but even more crucially is position. Sitting on the toilet required multiple attempts and much frustration (at one point I had to pull up YouTube on my phone while sitting there, I was so defeated). Then I tried one leg on the tub and squatting as deeply as I could, and that made all the difference. Went straight in and opened much easier. Not the most graceful of postures, but nothing about our periods is a beauty contest.Another important factor is position inside you. At first I pushed it as far in as I could which, while it made me feel secure about leakage, pressed against my bladder like a tampon so I felt the constant need to pee (as well as led to the very unfortunate incident described above). After a day of that I tried the exact opposite, so low it was practically protruding from my opening (the instructions say that the stem is supposed to be "completely outside your body.") I also had no leaks this way, but it made any kind of sitting a very delicate and uncomfortable affair.Obviously, the correct answer is somewhere in the middle. In fact, the technique that works for me is pushing it all the way in, then pulling down again to help open it up, then when it's down low enough to ascertain it's open push it back in about half that distance (don't forget twisting it in a circle to get the seal). The stem is technically outside my body (I have very large lips) but doesn't feel like I'm birthing a child all day, and no pressure on my bladder at all. I finally can't even feel it anymore. (Also I change it about 30 minutes before leaving the house or going to bed, so I can ensure there's no leaking while there's time to fix it.)Pulling it out at first was a little painful too. It's not enough to pinch the bottom to break the seal, you have to get your fingers past the rim and fold it down again to REALLY break the seal. Again, all trial and error learning curve.Now for the good stuff. Trust me, learning how to use the cup is a challenge WELL WORTH overcoming. The only leakage I've had was from the cup not opening properly, the rest of the time it's been as if I didn't even have my period. If you had told me the cup would let me go road biking on day one of my period and keep my shorts bone dry, even without underwear (except sweat, which isn't nearly as upsetting); would let me sleep through the night without suddenly waking up two or three times with that unpleasant oozing sensation, worried I would stain the sheets; would let me get through my whole cycle with just pantyliners (and hopefully nothing at all when I become a real pro); would mean not having to plan travel and major events around my cycle; would mean no more cramps (seriously, I've had none. Do maxipads cause cramps??); to say nothing of the saving money and reducing waste -- I would have bought one DECADES AGO.It DOES free you from your period. It IS worth it. Join us!Three-month update: This month I switched to the small Blossom (again, I'm 46 but never had children). This has been much, much easier to use so I guess size matters. I've uploaded photos (blue is the small), and you can see the difference looks negligible but it really isn't. The small opens much easier, in fact on the first try every time so far. This is good, because the bad is the capacity really is less and I need to change it more frequently (in fact, on the first night I soaked through all my clothes because I sleep so soundly with the cup). I went back to the large once, where I had leakage because I still have trouble opening it properly. So it's a trade-off. I prefer the small because trying to open the large is so incredibly frustrating for me. Fortunately the Blossom is so affordable it shouldn't be a hardship for you to try both to figure out what works best for you. 5
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