nevernot softtampons allow you to have worry-free sex and clean bed linen during your period. They do not require a retrieval band and thanks to their particularly soft, flexible texture, they are ideal for sports, swimming, sauna or beauty treatments in the intimate area (e.g. waxing). The unique shape of nevernot softtampons makes removal easy.
One size fits all:
· suitable for all menstruators
· medium absorbency
1. Wash your hands thoroughly before opening the tampon package.
2. For easier insertion, you can moisten the soft tampon with a bit of lubricant or clean water.
3. Take the softtampon between your thumb and middle finger so that the indentation points downwards and squeeze the tampon. Due to the soft and flexible material, the softtampon can be easily inserted by every menstruator, even if it seems a bit large compared to conventional tampons.
4. Now you can first insert the tampon into the vagina with your thumb and middle finger and then push it further upwards in front of the cervix with your index or middle finger. You can insert the tampon in a relaxed manner while standing, with one leg raised or in a squatting position.
The duration of use depends on the intensity of your menstrual bleeding (about 2-4 hours during heavier days, about 4-6 hours during lighter days). After sexual intercourse or swimming, you should change the tampon immediately to prevent infections. To ensure the safety of the product, the wearing time should not exceed 8 hours. Please always remember to remove the last tampon before inserting a new one and at the end of your period.
1. Wash your hands thoroughly before removing the tampon.
2. Softtampons can often easily be removed from the vagina over the toilet using your thumb and index finger or index and middle finger (tweezer grip). Alternatively, you can hook your index finger into the indentation at the bottom of the tampon and then pull it out.
3. For easier removal (especially if the softtampon has slipped deeper into the vagina during intercourse), we recommend that you squat down low on a towel or in the shower. This will push your pelvis forward and make it easier to grip the tampon with your fingers.
4. Softtampons are also best removed when they are fully soaked. If this is not yet the case, you can also add additional fluid with a vaginal shower. Alternatively, a hot bath can help soak up the tampon, which also helps you to relax.
5. Please note that all menstruators are built differently.
Some are easier to remove, others are a little more difficult. However, it is important to know that the soft tampon cannot "disappear" inside you. The cervix is much too narrow for a tampon to get inside your uterus. Generally, the more you relax, the easier it will be, and after a few uses you'll definitely get the hang of it. If you really can't get your softtampon out, please consult your gynecologist.
6. Please dispose of the tampon after use in the household waste, not in the toilet flush!