Moxie Regular Tampons 16s
Say goodbye to your old boring tampon packs. The innovative packaging of Moxie Regular Tampons are chic and recyclable as well as reusable. Talk about environmentally friendly! Get the confidence of each comfortable, easy to insert tampon designed for medium flow and feel proud you're helping to reduce waste by reusing these lovely tins.
- Offers secure protection.
- Comfortable to wear.
- Easy to open wrapper.
- Easy to insert.
- Made with patented Silken Glaze coating for easy insertion.
- Unique clover shaped design for added comfort.
- Convenient twist open wrapper.
- Packed in discreet, chic recyclable tins.
How to use for maximum comfort:
Preparation - start by ensuring hands are thoroughly clean to avoid infection. Get into a comfortable position ((e.g. try standing with one foot on the edge of the bath or toilet). Get a closer look at where to insert the tampon by taking a small mirror and placing it between your legs. Find labia or the lips or folds of skin that covers the entrance to your vagina. Gently spread it open using your fingers and find the entrance to your vagina.
Unwrapping the tampon - hold it firmly on either side of the dotted line then twist sharply in opposite directions. Remove the bottom piece of wrapper to expose the string then pull string so it hangs down. Hold the tampon by the string and remove the other half of the wrapper. Once unwrapped, make sure not to touch it too much or place on any surface to avoid contamination.Insertion
- hold the tampon at the end where string is positioned. Make sure you are relaxed to avoid tightening of the muscles around your vagina. Then slant the tampon towards the lower back and carefully ease tampon into your vagina by pushing it with your index finger. Make sure to push it as far back as it will go the. You should also put the tampon at an angle not straight. You also have to make sure that the string is outside your body for ease of removal.
You will feel if the tampon is inserted properly. If it feels uncomfortable it may be wrongly placed. You may either push it farther or remove and try inserting it again.Removal
- you will know that it's time to change the tampon by giving a slight tug on the string. If it does not slide out easily it means you can leave it in a bit longer. As a general rule, you should change tampons every four hours, but this may change depending on the flow of your menstruation. You may also leave it in for a maximum of 8 hours if it won't budge.
Are there any warnings and precautions?
Dispose of tampon properly by wrapping it in toilet paper and placing in a bin. Do not flush! This may cause clogging of your toilet.
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