A menstrual cup is a soft and flexible cup made out of medical grade silicone, which is folded into a smaller shape, then inserted into the vagina where it expands open naturally, forming a light seal with the vaginal walls. Instead of absorbing the menstrual flow, the cup collects it. It is then removed, emptied, cleaned and re-used. Get your cup HERE
You simply fold it, insert it in your vagina, up to 8h later you can remove it, empty it, rinse it and reuse it for years. With a little practice it will be the easiest and cleanest thing you’ll ever use for your periods.
A menstrual cup is a safe, hygienic and sustainable alternative to disposable tampons and pads to collect your menstrual flow. They last several years and can save you a lot of money. Intrigued? Keep on reading…
Our favourite cups
My comparison table will help your to choose the right cup according to their capacity, diameter, length, type of stem, softness, prices and more. Have you ever wondered how much blood can a cup hold compared to a tampon? Or how many brands of menstrual cups there are in the world?
There are a few factors to consider before buying a menstrual cup: your age, body size, your cervix height, your blood flow and more…Do your homework before choosing a menstrual cup that is right for you because there is no such thing as a universal perfect menstrual cup, they all have their pros and cons because every woman is unique.
You are new to menstrual cups and a million questions are rushing to your head right now.
I have compiled Questions & Answers I get asked the most. See all those answers.
If you are still on the fence about switching to cups, I invite your to join my Facebook Group @thecupclub where cup users can interact. I answer all your posts personally.