HOW TO CARE AND CLEAN YOUR CUPS?

How? Let’s have a look!

  • When using Queen’s Menstrual cups for the first time, make sure you sterilize the cup in boiling water for five minutes. Don’t let all the water evaporate, or then, the cup might get burnt from the base of the utensil.
  • In between your menstrual cycles, rinse the cup well inclosing its stem and the holes by the rim after removing the cup to empty the contents. This will keep it clean! Stay away from using soaps with perfume or unbalanced pH value.
  • Never use harsh chemical-based solvents or soaps to clean Queen’s menstrual cups. Bleaches or acidic contents may lead to the disintegration of the product.
  • After one whole cycle, clean the menstrual cup, boil it, wipe off the wetness, and store in the cotton pouches we provide for better care!
  • Replace your cup if it shows major discoloration (light stains are completely normal) or infection due to fungus or bacteria.

What Not to Do

  • When using Queen’s Menstrual cups for the first time, make sure you sterilize the cup in boiling water for five minutes. Don’t let all the water evaporate, or then, the cup might get burnt from the base of the utensil.
  • In between your menstrual cycles, rinse the cup well inclosing its stem and the holes by the rim after removing the cup to empty the contents. This will keep it clean! Stay away from using soaps with perfume or unbalanced pH value.
  • Never use harsh chemical-based solvents or soaps to clean Queen’s menstrual cups. Bleaches or acidic contents may lead to the disintegration of the product.
  • After one whole cycle, clean the menstrual cup, boil it, wipe off the wetness, and store in the cotton pouches we provide for better care!
  • Replace your cup if it shows major discoloration (light stains are completely normal) or infection due to fungus or bacteria.

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