To my fellow lady preppers and survivalists, do you know about the Menstrual Cup?

If you haven’t, I’m telling you… it’s a must-add to your survival kit. Surviving the end of the world is one thing… surviving the end of the world while on your period is something else.

Add the Menstrual Cup to Your Bug Out Bag

What Is the Menstrual Cup?

original menstrual cup for survival and preparedness

The Menstrual Cup is a reusable silicone cup, made of a high-quality component to guarantee the best comfort and fit. Instead of swapping out pads or tampons every few hours, a menstrual cup offers protection for 10-12 hours – and since it sits inside the vaginal canal, collecting your flow rather than absorbing, it also boasts leak-free protection.

But first, let me tell you a story.

My name is Dakota-Marie Hoover-Sessions, and I am one of the girls behind EssentialSurvival.Tips.

Some time ago a friend from EssentialSurvival.Tips' blog asked me why I would not discuss feminine hygiene concerns when it comes to preparedness & survival in less-than-hygienic conditions.
C'mon girls! Actually, I'm all for it.
I was just not sure all my readers were ready for it too...

Anyway, here is the story:

While I first started to be involved with EssentialSurvival.Tips, I talked about men's gear, because, that was what everybody was talking about... It did not take me long to realize that this was a mistake. A lot of us are making it without men. Like the last J.O. showed us, we are running, jumping, swimming better than most men. We are bearing babies, taking care of them, and doing stuff that those Mr. Right won't do.

I fear a disruption in the supply chain because of social upheaval caused by natural disasters or rigged elections, so, even though I was in the process of buying extra foods & other survival fundamentals before supermarket shelves are emptied, I stocked up on many boxes of tampons and a few of hygienic pads. I also waited for coupons in the newspaper for my preferred brand and bought them when they were on sale.

That was actually a poor approach.

I realized that if a disaster struck, I would have enough tampons only to last several months...

That's when I discovered the Menstrual Cup, and suddenly all changed. A $40 purchase (that was the price at the time - it's a lot cheaper now) caused all those tampons and pads to be obsolete, and from the start, I was hooked on the menstrual cup.

original menstrual cup for survival and preparedness Let's start with the idea behind this cup. A small-ish silicone cone is inserted at about the same spot as a tampon. From there, it collects the “fluids” over time.

Once in there, I forgot the Menstrual Cup was even there. It was doing its job unobtrusively, which is all I ever asked for a feminine hygiene tampon. It continued doing its job for up to half a day.

Yes, that's no typo here. Up to 12 hours!! I don’t have any more to hurry to a toilet several times daily or wake up and run to the bathroom to deal with “issues” during the night because the Menstrual Cup is leak-proof.

There is one drawback, though...

When the Menstrual Cup is removed, and its content dumped into the toilet, you need to rinse it before being re-inserted. When I’m at home, this isn’t a big deal, but it may be a little complicated if you were using a public restroom.

Why worries?

So, the solution is to purchase 2 Menstrual Cups & rotate them, You just place the dirty cup in a Ziploc bag until it can be thoroughly cleaned, with regular soap & warm water. It's made of silicone, so you absolutely don't need any particular type of cleaning solvent because the fluids won't stick.

Now, you won't believe me, but I don't worry when it's time for my period every month since I get to use the Menstrual Cup! I absolutely love it and will never go back to using anything else.

Take Care

Dakota-Marie Hoover-sessions

Why so many women use menstrual cups?

essential survival gear equipment tips menstrual cups for women Menstrual Cups are a new generation in period protection: made of medical-grade silicone, they are ultra-soft and reusable.

The difference:

  • they collect rather than absorb your menstrual flow
  • they respect your intimate balance
  • they don't cause the dryness often associated with tampons
  • they are perfectly shaped to fit your body for total comfort
  • they cover your lightest to heaviest flows for up to 12 hours

Discover the superior alternative to pads & tampons

essential survival gear equipment tips menstrual cups for women Healthy

No strings No padding No dryness No fibers No odors 100% medical-grade silicone, free from toxins, bleaches and perfumes.

essential survival gear equipment tips menstrual cups for women

Eco-friendly

Not only can you wear our Menstrual Cup for up to 12 hours straight but you can also use it for up to 10 years. This means you cut out on about 12.000 tampons, saving the environment.

essential survival gear equipment tips menstrual cups for women

Cost-Saving

Save yourself some money! One Menstrual Cup costs $28.95 and lasts 10 years. That means that your expense on sanitary products is reduced to $0,24 a month.

essential survival gear equipment tips menstrual cups for women

Life changing

Hypoallergenic No irritation Protects intimate balance. Switch to Menstrual Cup and enjoy all the extra FUN.

Did You Know?

  • On average, a woman uses 11,000 tampons or pads in her lifetime.
  • Girls living in poverty can't afford to purchase menstrual hygiene products.
  • Scared of leaking in public, they stay home from school during their period. This can be up to 20% of their school-time.
  • A Menstrual Cup is a healthy, high quality and sustainable menstrual hygiene product made of 100% top Medical Grade Silicone that can be re-used for up to 10 years.
  • With one Menstrual Cup, she can go from primary school, through secondary school and finish college without having to worry about her period again.

essential survival gear equipment tips menstrual cups for women

What will you do with your cup?

essential survival gear equipment tips menstrual cups for women

It's time to get your menstrual cup

If you are still unsure, check the video below from dirtydiaperlaundry.com. Get 10 Pro-Tips on using your menstrual cup covering topics such as insertion, changing in public, and even having to p**p while wearing one.

  • The Menstrual Cup is a reusable, bell-shaped cup that is worn internally.
  • It holds in the low part of the vaginal canal, collecting rather than absorbing your menstrual flow.
  • Menstrual Cups have existed since the 30s when women were looking for an alternative for their hygienic needs.
  • However, its breakthrough into the feminine hygiene application is much more recent.
  • Years of dealing with the sights and odors of disposable tampons and pads cause a negative reaction.
  • The Menstrual Cup empowers women to relate to their bodies and menstrual cycles like never before.
  • The Menstrual Cup is ideal for all activities (on air, land or water). Its easy use & care makes for a better period experience.
  • Wear the Menstrual Cup for up to 12 hours without leaks or worry.
  • The Menstrual Cup will accommodate your individual and changing flow, neatly collected in the cup.
  • Remove 2-3 times a day, empty and reinsert.
  • The Menstrual Cup can be worn overnight and it will not affect important vaginal moisture, making a perfect alternative or supplement to tampons or pads.
  • The environment and overburdened landfills will benefit from your use of The DivaCup.
  • The Menstrual Cup is available in 2 sizes Small and Large.
  • There is a small difference between the two sizes but it is important to use the recommended sizing to prevent leakage.
  • Model Small - Best for women under 30 years old who have never delivered vaginally or by caesarean section.
  • Model Large - Best for women over 30 years old and/or for women who have delivered vaginally or by C-Section.
best female menstrual cup device

YES! Please send me the Menstrual Cup , that help women like me stay clean when having their period.

Click the PINK button below!

 
 
 
 

infographic essential survival gear equipment tips menstrual cups for women vs tampons

IMPORTANT: After your purchase, you will be redirected to a complimentary page that will give your more instructions about how to use your cup.

Please, note that this was done on purpose so that confidential information about your feminine hygiene will not been seen by others. Thanks for your understanding.

 

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To my fellow lady preppers and survivalists, do you know about the Menstrual Cup?

If you haven’t, I’m telling you… it’s a must-add to your survival kit. Surviving the end of the world is one thing… surviving the end of the world while on your period is something else.

Add the Menstrual Cup to Your Bug Out Bag

What Is the Menstrual Cup?

original menstrual cup for survival and preparedness

The Menstrual Cup is a reusable silicone cup, made of a high-quality component to guarantee the best comfort and fit. Instead of swapping out pads or tampons every few hours, a menstrual cup offers protection for 10-12 hours – and since it sits inside the vaginal canal, collecting your flow rather than absorbing, it also boasts leak-free protection.

But first, let me tell you a story.

My name is Dakota-Marie Hoover-Sessions, and I am one of the girls behind EssentialSurvival.Tips.

Some time ago a friend from EssentialSurvival.Tips' blog asked me why I would not discuss feminine hygiene concerns when it comes to preparedness & survival in less-than-hygienic conditions.
C'mon girls! Actually, I'm all for it.
I was just not sure all my readers were ready for it too...

Anyway, here is the story:

While I first started to be involved with EssentialSurvival.Tips, I talked about men's gear, because, that was what everybody was talking about... It did not take me long to realize that this was a mistake. A lot of us are making it without men. Like the last J.O. showed us, we are running, jumping, swimming better than most men. We are bearing babies, taking care of them, and doing stuff that those Mr. Right won't do.

I fear a disruption in the supply chain because of social upheaval caused by natural disasters or rigged elections, so, even though I was in the process of buying extra foods & other survival fundamentals before supermarket shelves are emptied, I stocked up on many boxes of tampons and a few of hygienic pads. I also waited for coupons in the newspaper for my preferred brand and bought them when they were on sale.

That was actually a poor approach.

I realized that if a disaster struck, I would have enough tampons only to last several months...

That's when I discovered the Menstrual Cup, and suddenly all changed. A $40 purchase (that was the price at the time - it's a lot cheaper now) caused all those tampons and pads to be obsolete, and from the start, I was hooked on the menstrual cup.

original menstrual cup for survival and preparedness Let's start with the idea behind this cup. A small-ish silicone cone is inserted at about the same spot as a tampon. From there, it collects the “fluids” over time.

Once in there, I forgot the Menstrual Cup was even there. It was doing its job unobtrusively, which is all I ever asked for a feminine hygiene tampon. It continued doing its job for up to half a day.

Yes, that's no typo here. Up to 12 hours!! I don’t have any more to hurry to a toilet several times daily or wake up and run to the bathroom to deal with “issues” during the night because the Menstrual Cup is leak-proof.

There is one drawback, though...

When the Menstrual Cup is removed, and its content dumped into the toilet, you need to rinse it before being re-inserted. When I’m at home, this isn’t a big deal, but it may be a little complicated if you were using a public restroom.

Why worries?

So, the solution is to purchase 2 Menstrual Cups & rotate them, You just place the dirty cup in a Ziploc bag until it can be thoroughly cleaned, with regular soap & warm water. It's made of silicone, so you absolutely don't need any particular type of cleaning solvent because the fluids won't stick.

Now, you won't believe me, but I don't worry when it's time for my period every month since I get to use the Menstrual Cup! I absolutely love it and will never go back to using anything else.

Take Care

Dakota-Marie Hoover-sessions

Why so many women use menstrual cups?

essential survival gear equipment tips menstrual cups for women Menstrual Cups are a new generation in period protection: made of medical-grade silicone, they are ultra-soft and reusable.

The difference:

  • they collect rather than absorb your menstrual flow
  • they respect your intimate balance
  • they don't cause the dryness often associated with tampons
  • they are perfectly shaped to fit your body for total comfort
  • they cover your lightest to heaviest flows for up to 12 hours

Discover the superior alternative to pads & tampons

essential survival gear equipment tips menstrual cups for women Healthy

No strings No padding No dryness No fibers No odors 100% medical-grade silicone, free from toxins, bleaches and perfumes.

essential survival gear equipment tips menstrual cups for women

Eco-friendly

Not only can you wear our Menstrual Cup for up to 12 hours straight but you can also use it for up to 10 years. This means you cut out on about 12.000 tampons, saving the environment.

essential survival gear equipment tips menstrual cups for women

Cost-Saving

Save yourself some money! One Menstrual Cup costs $28.95 and lasts 10 years. That means that your expense on sanitary products is reduced to $0,24 a month.

essential survival gear equipment tips menstrual cups for women

Life changing

Hypoallergenic No irritation Protects intimate balance. Switch to Menstrual Cup and enjoy all the extra FUN.

Did You Know?

  • On average, a woman uses 11,000 tampons or pads in her lifetime.
  • Girls living in poverty can't afford to purchase menstrual hygiene products.
  • Scared of leaking in public, they stay home from school during their period. This can be up to 20% of their school-time.
  • A Menstrual Cup is a healthy, high quality and sustainable menstrual hygiene product made of 100% top Medical Grade Silicone that can be re-used for up to 10 years.
  • With one Menstrual Cup, she can go from primary school, through secondary school and finish college without having to worry about her period again.

essential survival gear equipment tips menstrual cups for women

What will you do with your cup?

essential survival gear equipment tips menstrual cups for women

It's time to get your menstrual cup

If you are still unsure, check the video below from dirtydiaperlaundry.com. Get 10 Pro-Tips on using your menstrual cup covering topics such as insertion, changing in public, and even having to p**p while wearing one.

  • The Menstrual Cup is a reusable, bell-shaped cup that is worn internally.
  • It holds in the low part of the vaginal canal, collecting rather than absorbing your menstrual flow.
  • Menstrual Cups have existed since the 30s when women were looking for an alternative for their hygienic needs.
  • However, its breakthrough into the feminine hygiene application is much more recent.
  • Years of dealing with the sights and odors of disposable tampons and pads cause a negative reaction.
  • The Menstrual Cup empowers women to relate to their bodies and menstrual cycles like never before.
  • The Menstrual Cup is ideal for all activities (on air, land or water). Its easy use & care makes for a better period experience.
  • Wear the Menstrual Cup for up to 12 hours without leaks or worry.
  • The Menstrual Cup will accommodate your individual and changing flow, neatly collected in the cup.
  • Remove 2-3 times a day, empty and reinsert.
  • The Menstrual Cup can be worn overnight and it will not affect important vaginal moisture, making a perfect alternative or supplement to tampons or pads.
  • The environment and overburdened landfills will benefit from your use of The DivaCup.
  • The Menstrual Cup is available in 2 sizes Small and Large.
  • There is a small difference between the two sizes but it is important to use the recommended sizing to prevent leakage.
  • Model Small - Best for women under 30 years old who have never delivered vaginally or by caesarean section.
  • Model Large - Best for women over 30 years old and/or for women who have delivered vaginally or by C-Section.
best female menstrual cup device

YES! Please send me the Menstrual Cup , that help women like me stay clean when having their period.

Click the PINK button below!

 
 
 
 

infographic essential survival gear equipment tips menstrual cups for women vs tampons

IMPORTANT: After your purchase, you will be redirected to a complimentary page that will give your more instructions about how to use your cup.

Please, note that this was done on purpose so that confidential information about your feminine hygiene will not been seen by others. Thanks for your understanding.

 

Privacy Policy | Disclaimer |  Term of Use | Contact Us | Frequently Asked Questions | Refunds or returns | Product Disclaimer | Email to: dakota-marie@essentialsurvival.tips
Copyright 2015-17 (c) EssentialSurvival.Tips | All Rights Reserved