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Menstrual Cup

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    Reusable cup worn internally to collect the menstrual blood. Made with 100% medical grade silicone and comes in two sizes able to adapt to any shape comfortably. Break up with the tampon aisle... forever! This Cup lasts for up to 10 years. That's more than 120 periods and replaces over 3,000 tampons and tons of waste. Save your wallet, and your environment.

    Size guide:

    • Small: Lighter to medium flow and better for a lower cervix. Holds the equivalent of 2 regular tampons
    • Large: A heavier flow is best suited to the larger cup and suitable for a higher cervix or those who have given birth. Holds the equivalent of 3 regular tampons

    Cleaning: We recommend out Sterilizing Steamer for a quick convenient clean after You have finished your cycle, alternatively you can boil the Menstrual Cup in water for 3-5 minutes.

    Storing: Keep in a cool dry place stored in your cotton carry bag.

    Main Components

    Our Menstrual cups are made of medical-grade silicone. Here are the main components of a menstrual cup:

    Cup Body: This is the main part of the menstrual cup, which is inserted into the vagina to collect menstrual fluid. It is typically bell-shaped or conical.

    Stem: Many menstrual cups have a stem at the base, which is used for removal. Some users may trim the stem to a comfortable length.

    Rim: The rim of the cup creates a seal against the vaginal walls to prevent leaks. Its usually firmer than the rest of the cup.

    Air Holes: Near the rim, there are small holes that allow air to enter, breaking the seal for easier removal.


    They are eco-friendly, cost-effective, and reduce waste compared to disposable products. Additionally, they can be worn for longer periods, are leak-resistant, and can provide a more comfortable and discreet menstrual experience.

    Eco-Friendly: Menstrual cups are reusable, reducing the environmental impact of disposable menstrual products.

    Cost-Effective: While the initial investment is higher, a menstrual cup can last for years, saving money in the long run.

    Comfortable: They are typically made of soft, medical-grade silicone providing a comfortable and secure fit.

    Leak-Proof: When used correctly, menstrual cups are leak-resistant and can be worn for up to 12 hours, offering peace of mind.

    Healthier Option: Unlike tampons, menstrual cups dont absorb natural vaginal moisture and don't contain harmful chemicals.

    Convenient: You only need one cup for your entire cycle, which means less to carry and manage.

    Less Odor: Menstrual cups do not promote the growth of odor-causing bacteria.

    Reduced Risk of TSS: There's a lower risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome compared to tambons.

    Person showcasing a pink Menstrual Cup
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    Female hand demonstrating a Menstrual Cup
    Pink storage bag for the Menstrual Cup
    Hand holding a pink Menstrual Cup with handle
    Guide to using the Menstrual Cup
    Menstrual Cup


    How do menstrual cups work?

    Menstrual cups work by creating suction below your cervix and collecting period blood, instead of absorbing it, unlike what a tampon or pad does.

    Can I have sex while wearing my cup?

    No, it is not recommended to have sex with a cup in. A menstrual cup is not a contraceptive device and will not protect against pregnancy or STIs.

    Can I swim and exercise with a cup in?

    Yes, you can do almost anything with your cup inserted, like you would a tampon as long as you have a secure seal.

    Why use a cup instead of a tampon?

    Break up with the tampon aisle... forever! This Cup lasts for up to 10 years. That's more than 120 periods and replaces over 3,000 tampons and tons of waste. Save your wallet, and your environment.

    Can I use a cup with a low cervix?

    The length of your cervix can change over the course of your cycle, if you find on some days that the cup is sitting “low” or popping out, a small cup would be a option fit.

    Can I cut the stem?

    Yes, the cup can be trimmed and it's super easy. Make sure you trim small amounts at a time, just keep trimming until it's comfortable.

    How long can I wear my cup?

    A cup can be worn for up to 12 consecutive hours, depending on your flow. We recommend emptying your cup every 8 hours, it should be emptied, washed/rinsed a minimum of two times per 24-hour period.

    My cup is discoloured?

    Over time, your cup may change in colour with use. This is common and it does not necessarily mean you need to replace it! However, if the discolouration bothers you, try using our Sterilizing Steamer. This might help!

    Will the cup 'stretch' my vagina?

    We hear this from time to time, and the answer is simply, no.

    Did we answer your questions?

    Still have questions? No worries! Please feel free to email our customer care team anytime at and we will be more than happy to help.