Why use a menstrual cup and change old habits?

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…

Better for your body

A menstrual cup is a soft and flexible made out of 100% medical grade silicone that won’t dry you out or disrupt your vaginal Ph. They collect your flow rather than absorbing it.

Read the many other reasons why cups are a healthier alternative

 Zero Waste Periods

Every year billions of tampons, plastic applicators, sanitary pads ends on beaches and landfills around the world contributing to the global plastic problem.

How to have Zero Waste periods by using a menstrual cup.

Save money

A menstrual cup is reusable up to 10 years, you won’t ever need to buy anything else to handle your period flow. That comes up about 20 times cheaper than disposables wihtout the hassle.

Calculate your savings here to see how much you spend now on your protection and how much you’d save using a cup.

“Menstrual cups are the future of period protection. It’s about time to make the switch.”

Read my tips page to make sure you get the one cup that will fit you like a glove.

Which cup to choose?

I’m here to help you. There are a few factors to consider before buying a menstrual cup: your age, body size, your cervix height and more…

Go to our table comparing all the cup brands on the market today.

Get yourself a cup
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