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When using Bellecup during your period you can be confident that you won’t need to worry about those embarrassing leaks which can happen with pads and tampons.
Bellecup has been cleverly designed to hold more than other cups as well as serving as an internal support for those who may suffer with incontinence. So making this ideal for those with super heavy flow to those who need something for a light flow. Our product has been favoured by those who suffer with fibroids as fibroids tend to make the flow heavier and more painful.
What makes Bellecup stand out from the crowd?
Bellecup is a winner!
It won a double gold award and a gold medal at the British Invention show 2014.
Bellecup is Safer – Latex free
Made in our cleanrooms in the UK. It’s made from soft medical grade silicone, and contains no dyes, BPA, toxins or bleaches making this a winner for women who have hypersensitive skin.
Bellecup will not dry out the inside of the vagina unlike tampons.
No risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome.
According to a leading brand in menstrual products it is estimated that one woman will use over 11,000 tampons or pads in their lifetime.
Using Bellecup you help drastically reduce the landfill and sea bed disposal.
Regardless of your flow, you only need to buy ONE Bellecup as it will last for years, resulting in you owning the most economical sanitary product in your drawer.
Bellecup is also part of a project which supports women who can’t afford sanitary wear. We believe that sanitary wear isn’t a luxury it’s a necessity and no women should ever be without it.
We believe every women deserves a positive experience when menstruating and using Bellecup La vie est Belle.
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