If you’re a teenager or a parent looking for insights into menstrual cups, welcome to Divine Drops! Our mission revolves around empowering women to embrace freedom, and we firmly believe that menstrual cups are an essential part of this journey in countless ways.
Embracing Normalcy and Convenience
First things first: let's debunk any stigma around periods. They're a natural aspect of life and nothing to be ashamed of. However, we understand that they can be messy and inconvenient. Enter menstrual cups – your solution to 8-12 hours of leak-free protection. With a lifespan of up to 10 years, a single cup will eliminate the hassle of pads and tampons. Our cups, designed in collaboration with teenagers, promise a snug fit, letting you confidently own your period.
Unveiling the Truth
Can Teens Comfortably Use Menstrual Cups?
Absolutely! There's no age restriction when it comes to menstrual cups. In fact, starting with a menstrual cup during your first period can drastically improve your overall experience.
The Ideal Choice for Teenagers
Picture this: no more leaks, no frantic trips to the restroom during classes, no worries at the pool or summer camp. Menstrual cups offer these perks and more. Moreover, using a cup enhances your understanding of your body and menstrual cycle. Users often report shorter periods and reduced cramps – advantages any teenager would welcome with open arms.
Your First Period and Menstrual Cups
Yes, you can use a menstrual cup right from your first period. As long as you're comfortable with insertion and removal, there's no reason to delay the cup experience.
Meet the Petite Menstrual Cup
Introducing our Divine Drops Cups – the smallest in our lineup. Holding 18ml of fluid (equivalent to two tampons), it's slightly firmer for easy popping open upon insertion. This cup suits lighter flows, low cervix positions, and menstrual cup novices of any age.
Rest assured, using a menstrual cup won't affect your virginity. Virginity pertains to sexual experience, and internal products like cups don't alter that. We've dedicated an entire blog post to this common concern. For more, visit "Can a Virgin Use a Menstrual Cup?"
Remember, you can wear a menstrual cup for up to 12 hours, which might eliminate the need to clean it at school. However, in cases of heavy flow, you might find yourself needing to clean the cup outside of home.
FAQ's by our Community
Can you use a menstrual cup on your first period? Yes, you can use a menstrual cup on your first period. As long as you are comfortable with the idea of inserting and removing a cup, there is no reason you can’t use one right from the start! What is the smallest menstrual cup? Our Divine Drops Cups to be our smallest cup. It holds 18ml of fluid, which is approximately the capacity of two tampons. It’s slightly firmer which can help make it easier to make your menstrual cup pop open. It’s also great for anyone with a lighter flow or a low cervix, or menstrual cup beginners of any age Will a menstrual cup make me lose my virginity? No, a menstrual cup will not take away your virginity. By definition, a virgin is someone who has never had sex. Internal products like tampons or menstrual cups don’t change that. But this is such a common question, we have an entire blog post on the subject! Visit Can a virgin use a menstrual cup? to learn more. Keep in mind that menstrual cups can be worn for up to 12 hours, so you may not need to remove it and clean it while you’re at school. But in some cases — for example if you have a very heavy flow — you may find yourself in a situation where you have to clean your cup while you’re away from home.