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Menstrual Cup

Menstrual Cup

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A period product designed to replace disposable tampons.

Our menstrual cups are made from medical-grade silicone and are reusable for up to 8 hours use without emptying. The cup can be worn during any activity (including swimming!) and it won’t leak or leave residue on clothes.


  • Medical-grade silicone
  • Reusable for up to 8 hours
  • Up to 10 years of use
  • 2 sizes

By purchasing our products, you are helping end plastic pollution and period poverty.


100% medical-grade silicone.

How to use

Inserting your menstrual cup

1. Simply push down one side of the cup into the centre to fold the cup in half.

2. Squat, stand with one leg up, or lay down with your knees bent. You choose what is most comfortable for you.

3. Insert the tall side of the cup into the vagina. The cup should open up by itself and seal to the walls of the vagina.

4. Try tugging on the end of the cup or feel around the outside of the cup to ensure it is sealed.

5. Live your life with no leaks!

Removing your menstrual cup

1. Feel for the stem.

2. Move your fingers up to the base of the cup, pinch and slowly wiggle the cup until the seal releases.

3. Pull the cup out of the vagina, keeping the cup upright.

4. Pour the contents of the cup into the toilet.

Care instructions

Rinsing your cup.

Rinse your cup under cold water to avoid stains.

Sanitising your cup.

Sanitise your cup before your first use each cycle by leaving it in boiling water for 5 minutes.

Let the cup cool down and air dry.

We recommend sanitising your cup at the begining and end of your period.


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Return policy

We offer a 100% money-back guarantee. If for any reason you are unhappy with your product, please contact our team at for support.

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Love your period. Love your products.

Make your periods better by choosing our menstrual cups. Play all day with no leaks and no worries.

  • Safe for the planet

  • Chemical-free

  • Up to 10 years of use

Say goodbye to disposable products for good

Replace your entire period care supply with this one product.

  • My daughter has started her cycle too she uses them (her choice!). No nasty chemicals to make you sore down there and comfy to wear, easy to wash and love the colour! - Annette L, verified buyer

  • I've been using this menstrual cup for a while now, and it has completely changed how I experience my monthly. I used to go through a disposable pad and a super tampon every couple of hours. Since switching to this menstrual cup, i don't leak at all, and even with a heavy flow! - Kim T, verified buyer

  • So comfy to wear. No fear of leakage. No stains after wash. And easy to wash. I couldn't be more pleased with this product. - Brigitte S, verified buyer

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It's okay to have questions

How long can I wear a menstrual cup?

Our menstrual cups can be worn for up to eight (8) hours before they should be emptied and washed. If you have a heavy period, you may need to empty your cup more often. Every person and every period is different, so experiment to see what works best for you.

Can I sleep with a menstrual cup in?

YAAAAAS! How cool is that?! By using a menstrual cup overnight, you are avoiding contracting any nasty bacterial infections from tampons.

Will a menstrual cup stretch out my vagina?

Nope. Vaginas have the capacity to stretch and expand to fit objects like menstrual cups, but once the object is removed, they return to their folded and compressed state. Vaginas are made of mucosal and muscle tissue that doesn’t “stretch out”—it’s not like an elastic hair band.

Cultural ideas of vaginal “tightness” being valued for sexual pleasure are myths. There is no evidence that using menstrual cups will change or stretch out your vagina, or decrease sexual pleasure.

Can I pee and poop while wearing a menstrual cup?

Yep!. Peeing with a menstrual cup in is easy—the menstrual cup will not interfere with urination.

Even though stool comes out of a different hole, the pressure may cause the cup to shift a bit or may make pooping a bit more difficult. If you choose to poop while wearing a cup, be sure to check that your cup is still in place with clean fingers.

I have more questions.

We are happy to answer any questions you may have. Check our FAQs page, our free resource on menstrual cups here or contact us.