A FLOH tampon is the best period product – a mass of absorbent material to absorb your menstrual flow.
A FLOH tampon will fit in your vaginal canal and absorb your menstrual flow for up to 8 hours.
There are two types of FLOH tampons – Regular and Super.
Different FLOH tampons are made for different absorbencies – you can use a Regular FLOH tampon for days when you have lighter flow and a Super FLOH tampon for days when you have heavier flow. It’s recommended to start out with the lowest absorbency, a Regular FLOH tampon if you have never used them before. You can always shift to a Super FLOH tampon when necessary.
If you’re not sure what’s the best fit for you, try a FLOH Regular + Super pack.
Change your FLOH tampon every 4-6 hours depending on your menstrual flow. Do not use a FLOH tampon for more than 8 hours.
No, FLOH tampons won’t make you lose your virginity or damage your hymen. The only way for a woman to lose her virginity is to engage in sexual intercourse.
No, not at all. For starters, where would it even go? The FLOH tampon will remain in your vaginal canal until you take it out.
No, it won’t. Your vagina is a muscular, badass orifice that will retain its size irrespective of how many FLOH tampons you use.
No, your vaginal canal is the best FLOH tampon kidnapper and it shall hold the FLOH tampon ransom until you’re ready to take it out.
No. Instead of blocking, a FLOH tampon is designed to absorb the menstrual flow for up to 8 hours of leak-free protection.
It is entirely possible and there’s a scientific reason behind this. It takes a day for the menstrual flow to move from your uterus to the outside of your body. A FLOH tampon placed below the uterus absorbs the menstrual flow and delays it’s movement to the outside of your body. This ends up shortening your period by one day.
Don’t worry, the string on the FLOH tampon won’t break. We got you, ladies.
Menstrual odor is produced when period blood comes in contact with air. A FLOH tampon absorbs the period blood inside your vagina thereby preventing any menstrual odor.
We don’t recommend it. One should be enough to absorb your menstrual flow. Plus, putting another one might make the first FLOH tampon feel unwelcome.
No, your vaginal canal has limited space and there’s only so far that a FLOH tampon can go.
Yes, you happily can. With a FLOH tampon inside you, you will be completely at home in water bodies.
No, that’s very unnecessary. Just keep the string out of the way of your urine flow and you should be fine.
It’s not a good idea to have vaginal sex with a FLOH tampon inside you because of space constraints. Just remove the FLOH tampon and you’re good to go. Also, don’t forget to use a condom.
Yes, with a FLOH tampon inside you, the world is your playground. Literally.
It’s not recommended unless you prefer a clogged toilet. It’s best to always dispose the FLOH tampon in the trash for both plumbing related and environmental reasons.
A FLOH tampon is intended for the vagina, the middle hole but it is possible to accidentally put it in the anus. However, that won’t help you with your periods in any way.
A FLOH tampon is not apt for vaginal discharge. It is intended to only absorb your menstrual flow.
Toxic Shock Syndrome is a rare but potentially life-threatening medical condition. Generally, it is caused from toxins produced in the bloodstream by Staphylococcus aureus (staph) bacteria. The condition has been associated with the use of super absorbent tampons by menstruating women but it can also happen in the absence of tampons and can also affect older women, men and children. Menstruating women can prevent TSS by using low-absorbency tampons, changing them every 4-6 hours and washing their hands to remove any bacteria.