Why are tampons used?
The word „tampon“ is French and is literally translated as ‘plug’. This one word already says a lot. Tampons are approximately five centimeter rods which are about the same thickness as a finger and made of compressed viscose. They are inserted into the vagina where they collect the menstrual blood directly. Since the blood therefore remains inside the body, it does not cause any contamination of the external genitalia or any unpleasant or build-up.
Please read through the leaflet carefully before use so that you can use this practical hygiene item carefree.