Menstruation!!!!!! Now you might be thinking how can anyone discuss this in public ? Yes, I know for some people it is matter of private discussion. BUT we are living in 21st century and it's high time to break the taboo and stop the stereotype! Let's spread the awareness and educate ourselves with a topic we are not allowed to discuss in public.
Here , I want to stop the myth going on menstruation and give you factful information about it - Let's get going....!
What is Menstruation?
Menstruation or period, is normal vaginal bleeding that occurs as a part of a woman’s monthly cycle. Every month body prepares for pregnancy. If pregnancy doesn’t occur, the uterus or womb shed its lining.
History and Evaluation of Menstruation Products-
Menstruation which is also called as Periods. Periods was not easy for woman in past as compare to now. Nowadays pads, tampons, environmental friendly cups and super absorbent panties are savior during the toughest days of their menstruation.
Let’s go back into the history and see how the evaluation of menstruation products took place in the society.
Earlier in 1850s the first sanitary product was invented which was called Sanitary Apron. Sanitary Apron is a rubber apron with a strip that runs between the legs to prevent blood from getting on women’s skirt and seats. The priority was to save furniture and skirts from stain but not their health & hygiene. Sanitary Apron was very uncomfortable and stinky because of which it failed to sustain in market.
In 1896 the first pad hit the market but menstruation was a huge taboo so women don’t want to be seen purchasing pads and the product ends up as failure.
In 1920 during the time of World War I nurses invented the modern pad made of cellulose, a blend of acrylic cotton used for bandages to soak the menstrual blood. This invention came into picture after the World War I, there was a lot of cellulose left over and this is how the pads were made and the entire nation started using this.
In 1930 first menstrual cup was discovered but it wasn’t a big success. Because of lack of awareness and knowledge people used to avoid to touch anything bloody so because of its application the product didn’t get any success in the market.
In 1931 tampon were introduced which was made of cotton and cardboard. The application was easy which allows women to insert tampons into their vagina without touching vagina or menstrual blood. Even though the application was easy it was meant to use only by married women because people believe that one can lose their virginity by using them.
In 1962 the first beltless napkin with an adhesive strip called as modern pads were introduced which was a game changer and which put an end over menstrual belts.
But in 2000 menstrual cup again came into picture as an environmental safe alternative to pads and tampons. Decades after the conception the menstrual cup is slowly making a comeback and science is backing it’s benefits up.
Being environmental friendly is a new trend - MENSTRUAL CUP
What is Menstrual Cup?
Menstrual cup is a device used by females during her menstruation cycle. Its purpose is to collect menstrual blood. Its bell shaped and has a small nob which helps in inserting and removing the Menstrual Cup.
Usage of Menstrual Cup
Based on region, the menstrual cup market is across North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific. North America is the major segment in the global market. Moreover, the high awareness regarding the benefits of menstrual cup boost the market and researches forecasted that in 2021 to 2028 it would take a hype.
And India is still lagging behind as people are not aware about the benefits of menstrual cup. But Government and NGO's are trying to educate and spread awareness more about it. Also according to statistics a rise is being observed in usage of menstrual up in last few years.
Benefits of using Menstrual Cup
- It is budget friendly and economical in nature.
- It has more capacity which holds more blood compare to pads and tampons.
- It is eco-friendly which means Menstrual Cup doesn’t contribute solid waste to the environment.
- It is reusable in nature and can be use 5-10 years depending upon the brand.
- It is odor less as menstruation blood can start smelling if it is exposed to air.
What Is Silicone and Why Silicone?
Silicone is form of polymer which comes in various types, texture and form. Silicone can be used for various situation depending on its usage and application. The best part of Silicone is it’s eco-friendly and reusable. As other polymer may get destroyed or damaged but Silicone is the biodegradable in nature.
But when it comes to body than Medical Grade Silicone is used with proper required certifications. There are four different levels of Silicone Grade. Medical non-implantable which cannot be used inside the body. Medical short-term implantable which can use for 29 days or less. Medical Long implantable which can be used for more than 29 days. The final level is for Pharmaceutical use.
Silicone is scientifically the best polymer which can be used for pharma and biopharma because of this silicone is used to manufacture Menstrual Cup.
We at Ami polymer engaged in a business of Hi-Tech Rubber product's . Our 90% product range is based on pharma , bio-pharma , food & engineering sector. But our mission is to serve environment & people of our nation hence with this thought we gave birth to most prestigious product of our portfolio.
Our mission - To promote social, economical and environmentally sustainable menstruation choice
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- Imasafe™ Reusable menstrual Cup is manufactured in Clean Room of Class 10000 Certified facility.
- They are made up of 100% medical grade silicone material
- Produced and tested by highly qualified Rubber Technologists and Engineers.
- Advance R&D lab Facility.
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Hope you'll got a effective insights out of this article. Hereby , I would like to invite each one of you to adapt environment friendlt menstruation choice.
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