What is a menstrual cup made of, and do I feel it?

July 13, 2021

What is a menstrual cup made of, and do I feel it?

The menstrual cup is made of medical-grade silicone and like tampon it is inserted into the vagina. It is very soft and flexible and able to adapt to the vagina of every woman. And that is why you won’t feel it inside.

The used medical silicone KEG-2003H made by renowned Japanese company ShinEtsu complies with the American USP Class VI. certification as well as European certification ISO 10993. Material is also certified as material for short term medical implants.

Japanese company ShinEtsu is the largest chemical company in Japan, ranked No. 9 in Forbes Global 2000 for chemical sector. Shin-Etsu has the largest global market share for polyvinyl chloridesemiconductor silicon, and photomask substrates.

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