Herbalika Non-Applicator Tampons

Nonapplicator tampons are menstrual products that are inserted directly into the vaginal canal. These tampons generate less waste and come in various sizes and absorbencies.
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Non-applicator tampons are menstrual products designed for internal use during menstruation. non-applicator tampons are inserted directly into the vaginal canal using the fingers. They consist of an absorbent core surrounded by a soft, cotton or rayon cover and a withdrawal string for easy removal. Non-applicator tampons are available in various sizes, absorbencies, and shapes to accommodate different preferences and flow levels. They offer a more environmentally friendly option compared to applicator tampons, as they typically generate less waste.



quick and easy insertion.

comfortable fit.

increased awareness.

reduced irritation.

improved absorption.

flexibility in absorbency.

easy to change.

freedom of movement.


How to USE

Wash your hands:

Washing your hands is essential to avoid unwanted germs.

Get into position:

To insert a tampon comfortably, sit on the toilet with your knees apart or stand with one leg raised.

Relax your muscles:

Tension can make putting in a tampon more difficult by making your vaginal muscles tense up and making it harder to find and insert the tampon.



·         Take your tampon and remove the outer wrapping.

·         Hold the tampon between your thumb and middle finger.

·         Place your index finger on the string end of the tampon and position the other end to the opening of your vagina.

·         Slowly insert the top of the applicator into your vagina at a 45-degree angle.



If you feel pain or discomfort, the tampon is likely not pushed in deep enough, If you feel comfortable, you’re good to go.



Is it comfortable without an applicator?

Using a non-applicator tampon can be comfortable and environmentally friendly. It allows for better control and flexibility during insertion, but comfort levels vary for each individual. With practice and patience, the process can become more comfortable over time.


What if I have trouble inserting the tampon?

Inserting tampons can be difficult, but don't worry. Relax and try using a smaller size, water-based lubricant, or different angles. If you still have trouble, consult a healthcare provider.


Do I need pantiliners with tampons?

It's up to personal preference whether you need pantiliners with tampons. Some use pantiliners for added protection, while others feel confident with just a tampon. Experiment to see what works best for you.


How long can you leave in a tampon?

Your tampon should be changed every four to six hours. It’s important to change your tampon regularly and not to sleep wearing one because leaving a tampon in too long can put you at risk


Do I need to lubricate the tampon?

Tampons don't require lubrication for insertion. However, if you find it uncomfortable, you can use a small amount of water-based lubricant on the tip of the tampon. Avoid oil-based lubricants as they can degrade the materials of the tampon and potentially cause irritation.

Can I insert more than one tampon?

Only use one tampon at a time to avoid discomfort, reduce the risk of infection, and prevent serious medical complications. Always remove the previous tampon before inserting a new one. If you have trouble removing a tampon, seek medical help right away.

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