A soft square of soluble film called the VCF Vaginal Contraceptive Film is designed to dissolve naturally in your body's fluids.
When VCF dissolves, a gel barrier is formed that covers the cervix. A powerful spermicide found in VCF destroys sperm on contact for up to three hours.
Insertion is simple, and after it vanishes, neither partner can detect it, allowing for relaxed in-person sex.
How Does Vaginal Contraceptive Film (VCF) Function? The contraceptive film creates a barrier against the spermicide-filled cervix when it is put into the vagina. When the instructions are followed and the Film is used appropriately, it helps prevent conception by instantly destroying sperm.