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Mooncup Ltd
Vantage Point,
New England Road,
Brighton,
BN1 4GW
UK

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+44 (0) 1273 673 845

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+44 (0) 1273 699 718

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Testimonials

I've always used tampons but never liked the smelly disposal. Plus, as an Ironman triathlete, I had the problem of l-o-n-g training sessions (7-8 hours on the bike, 3 hours running and 1-2 hours in the water). Obviously you need to change tampons more often than that and where do you dispose of them out in the country side or on the beach? It was getting ridiculous: running the South Downs Way relay race (14 hours with no access to a loo) with used tampons in my bag - yuk! Plus, when I swim the tampon soaks up so much water that I have to dash to the loo and change the soggy thing with blood and water running down my leg. Again, a nightmare when you're trying to get a sea swim in before dashing to work. I've never yet had a period on an ironman race day but what can you use for 13 hours protection?! I heard about the mooncup years ago when I was trying to be Eco and use washable nappies but I thought it was just for hippies and I didn't know you could just reinsert if you didn't have access to a tap. Anyway with all the above, when it caught my eye in Boots, I decided to try it. Didn't care if I wasted £20. So far it's been brilliant. Swam twice yesterday (pool and sea). No soggy tampon!!!!! My daughter is 11 and I'm sure just about to start her periods. She is a competitive swimmer and swims 6 times a week. I'm going to tell her about it today :-)
HJ
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