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The tampon insertion aid sits on the side of a pink sink in front of a TINA-branded box.

Meet TINA ✨

TINA is the world’s first tampon insertion accessory, engineered to make tampons easier for everybody and every body — even if it’s difficult to reach, flex your wrist, or grip the applicator (or if you just want the whole process to be a little more comfortable.)

1: Getting Started

🩸 Before using TINA for the first time, wash the device with soap and water. (TINA can also be cleaned with alcohol wipes.) 

🩸 TINA works with most compact tampons with applicators (not “pearl-style” tampons or tampons without applicators.) For a list of compatible tampons, click here

🩸 TINA comes with two optional assistive straps that can be used for additional support. The hand strap which slides over the handle to provide extra grip support, if needed, and the tampon holder band which slides over the petals for a more secure hold on the tampon applicator.

2: Loading TINA

🩸 Fully extend the tampon applicator and insert tampon in the tampon slot (make sure the lip of the applicator is lined up with the notch in TINA).

🩸 You can insert a tampon with your fingers, or by “stamping” TINA down onto the tampon.

🩸 If the tampon feels loose you can use the tampon holder band. Slide the band back to load a tampon into TINA, and then slide it back over the tampon lip for a secure hold.

3: Using TINA

🩸 Start by finding a comfortable position. This can be different for everyone based on your body type and reach! 

🩸 TINA works with most compact tampons with applicators (not “pearl-style” tampons or tampons without applicators.) For a list of compatible tampons, click here

🩸 TINA comes with two optional assistive straps that can be used for additional support. The hand strap which slides over the handle to provide extra grip support, if needed, and the tampon holder band which slides over the petals for a more secure hold on the tampon applicator.

4: Removing Tampons

🩸 For tampons that have a knot in the string, you can also use TINA to help remove the tampon. (For a list of tampons that have knotted strings, click here.)

🩸 To remove a tampon, you can use the notch between TINAs petals to help find and “catch” the tampon string. 

🩸 Once the string is located you can either remove the tampon with your fingers, or hook the string in the notch and pull outward gently until the tampon is removed.

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