While they now offer a reusable option, it is still meant to be a disposable product.The ‘reusable’ cup is meant only for a single period and the regular Softcup is to be disposed of after each use.We shoot the pictures and video ourselves which means it's unique.
To be honest with you, I debated whether or not to review the Softcup because of its disposable nature.I was a long time tampon user and when the idea of “menstrual cups” came up it wasn’t really something that I jumped up to check out right away.I kept hearing about them and how great they were and eventually my curiosity got the best of me – and I’m so thankful that it did! While the Soft Cup has shape and fit differences, it shares many of the same benefits. They don’t contain the toxins that most disposable products do, some of which have been linked to Endometriosis, fertility issues and even cancer.You'll find complete galleries of all the samples above in our members section, together with much much more.Ethnicity: Caucasian Height: 5ft 4in Breast Size: 36F Typical Hair Color: Brunette Eye Color: Blue Tattoos: Flowers and butterflies on abdomen and hip Piercings: Navel, tongue Implants: Yes Submit/Correct Star Bio It turns out Sophie Dee was too cool for school, working numerous jobs (almost 50 in positions at cafes and cold calling) before realizing enough was enough and becoming a stripper; a vehicle which resulted in several modeling offers.NZ has some appalling health stats, and in many cases is the second worst developed nation, invariably behind America. citizen drinks more than 200 litres of soft drink each year.