Wiseguyreports.Com adds "Menstrual Cups
Market -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Analysis of Top Key Players and Forecast to 2028" To Its Research Database.
The selected supermarkets across the region will stock the company's menstrual cups
and sanitary pads.
"We aimed to address this by summarizing current knowledge about leakage, safety and acceptability of menstrual cups
, comparing them to other products where possible," she explained in a journal news release.
In four studies, researchers directly compared menstrual cups
and usual products for the main outcome of leakage; reported leakage was similar or lower for menstrual cups
than disposable pads or tampons.
Some 70 percent of women who have tried menstrual cups
said they would like to continue using them, researchers reported in The Lancet Public Health, a peer-reviewed medical journal.
Another sustainable option is the menstrual cup
, which costs around Rs.
Apart from tampons, another alternative to sanitary towels is menstrual cups
which hit the Kenyan market in 2017.
The desire for eco-friendly alternatives has led to the popularity of options like menstrual cups
(which are inserted into the vagina to catch blood, then washed and reused), washable napkins (like your normal pad, except you cleanse and use again) and even period panties (special undergarments designed to catch and hold about two tampons' worth of blood comfortably).
The global market for feminine hygiene products, comprised of sanitary pads, tampons, panty liners and shields, internal cleansers and sprays, menstrual cups
, and disposable razors and blades, could reach as high as $38 billion by 2026, according to Persistence Market Research, which, if that mark is hit, would represent a 7% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) between 2018 and 2026.
While menstrual cups
have existed for decades, P&G says that more women are considering cups as part of their period routines, yet many still feel like current options don't meet their protection and comfort needs.
Keela founder Jane Hartman Adame got the idea for a new cup because she has Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, a connective tissue disorder that makes it hard for her to remove other menstrual cups
Keela founder Jane Hartman AdamA(c) got the idea for a new cup because she has Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, a connective tissue disorder that makes it hard for her to remove other menstrual cups