Here at Evofem (makers of Softcup) we take our customer service very seriously. We're dedicated to answering any and all questions you have about our products.
Here at Evofem, we listen closely to what our consumers have to say about our products.
Did you know the average woman will use 20 tampons per period, in addition to the use of panty liners and sanitary napkins?
Reusable Softcup is not just good for the earth—it's great for your wallet.
We're very excited to introduce the new reusable Softcup and launch it in just a few days!
In a feminine hygiene market dominated by tampons and pads, trying a menstrual cup may seem intimidating at first. Menstrual cups have been around as long as tampons but are less familiar to some women. Whether you're dealing with unpredictable periods, experience a heavy flow or want to enjoy an active lifestyle, using a menstrual cup may help you better manage your period.
Q: What is a menstrual cup and what are the advantages of using one?
A: There are two kinds of menstrual cups: the first is a soft, flexible cup that is worn internally, in the natural space under the cervix and behind the pubic bone where it conforms to your body. You can wear it for about 12 hours at a time, after which it is disposed and a new one is inserted.
(dysfunctional uterine bleeding)
The average woman cycles with her period about every 21-35 days. There are various reasons why a woman's cycle can be irregular—either more frequently or less frequently in an irregular pattern.
By now we're all (hopefully) aware of the potential risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) associated with tampon use.