Blossom Cup Giveaway #blossomcup

Blossom Cup Giveaway #blossomcup

I received a sample product for free or at a reduced cost.

How would you like to be a part of the growing number of females that are taking part in controlling their menstrual cycle with a Blossom Cup? When I first saw a Blossom Cup on another blogger friends site, I was intrigued. No more tampons? No more pads? I wanted to be a part of those that are already Blossom Cup users and are helping to save our landfills from menstrual paper products. I’m a tree hugger and proud of it. How can a Blossom Cups help save our planet? They are reusable and made with silicone and if they are washed and cared for correctly, they will last for many years to come. Talk about a money saver. I used to spend a small fortune on menstrual products.

I made a short video so you could see what they look like, first hand. Keep reading after viewing the video to see how you can enter to win a Blossom Cup for yourself or other.

The cup might not look it but it’s so soft and flexible, it’s comfortable even for sleep. All one has to do is fold it, insert it and forget it. It can hold an ample amount of menstrual fluid so there’s no need to run to the bathroom every hour on the hour.

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The Blossom Cup comes in 2 sizes depending on your monthly flow: small for those light days and large for heavy days.

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Have you ever read the labels on tampons and pads? Believe it or not but they have chemicals in them that can be bad for your health and the environment. The Blossom Cup does not. Nothing to worry about with these small cups, except maybe loosing them. They are so small you’ll want to keep them in the little discreet bag provided.

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Those little holes around the top are suppose to be there. They are there to help remove the cup. If you’ve ever seen anything suction on to something, without air, it can be hard to remove. Wouldn’t that be an embarrassing ER visit if the Blossom Cup didn’t have the air holes? So yes, when you open your cup and see the air flow holes, just know that your cup is not defective. Speaking of removing, after I got the hang of removing the cup, it’s pretty simple and fast now. It only took me a couple of tries. It rests comfortably below the cervix and you just grasp it, support it so you don’t spill what’s inside and remove it gently.

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And if you STILL aren’t convinced, how’s this for you? These Blossom Cups help reduce your menstrual flow. Yes, you read that right. You can read all about how that is possible on blossomcup.com. They can explain it better than I can. They also help decrease your amount of cramping and for women everywhere, that’s a breakthrough.

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I just wanted to give you a close up of the cute little discreet bag to keep your Blossom Cup in. Buy one to keep in your handbag or car and keep one at home. That way you’ll never be in an awkward position if grandma flow comes early. Know what I mean?

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It’s time to see if you can win one of these must have Blossom Cups. If you don’t want to wait until the giveaway ends to order yours, you can purchase a Blossom Cup on Amazon so you can take charge of your flow and how it affects our environment.

If you live in the US and are 18+, you are welcome to enter my easy peasy giveaway for a chance to win. I’ll notify the winner using the email address provided in the form so be sure to use one that you check regularly.

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  1. I love the idea of these cups but I will admit they scare me a little bit. I have yet to try one, and I have one brand new in a box. I will have to see if I can and how they are! This one looks really nice!

  2. Just a correction on the sizes.. The sizes indicate the size of the cup and are in relation to a woman who has given birth (would need a large) or a woman who has not given birth (would need a small).. The size on cups isn’t supposed to be how much the cup holds (tho larger cups usually do hold a slightly larger amount).

  3. I haven’t heard of this before but I love the concept. I’ll have to do some more research and see if this is a good option. I love that it saves all the waste products.

  4. I have heard some good reviews about people who use these. I am just not coordinated enough and being the only woman I would hate to make even more of a mess than I already do in the bathroom.

  5. If I still had my menstrual cycle I would actually try using the Blossom cup. I will have to share this with my sisters and my nieces. They are truly better for the environment in the end. Thanks for the giveaway.

  6. I still have so many questions about this product and I’m not sure if I am willing to make the change FOREVER. That being said, I too am intrigued and I would be willing to try a Blossom Cup if one happened to show up in my mailbox. I don’t know! It just seems so strange. I must think about this one a bit further.

  7. These look interesting but I would probably be afraid to use them. I am on the go so much I don’t know what I would do if I had an accident with it!!

  8. I loved my cup when I was using it. Unfortunately changes in my cycle make it so that I can’t use it anymore, and I really miss the convenience factor! And I felt so much better about not contributing to landfill!

  9. That’s one way to handle the monthly flow. I think I am going to stick with my trusty old pads for now, though :)

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