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I have been using menstural cups for years and they have truly changed my life.  Here's an old blog post on my love of menstural cups

See I'm serious about menstural cups!

Forget the gross wastefulness of pads, tampons, or period panties.  NO!  We don't want to feel our periods.  NO! We shouldn't have to smell our periods.  NO! Our lives shouldn't have to change because our periods.

Experience the freedom menstural cups bring.  I know there are many out there with high price tags and fancy branding.  I keep mine simple to pass on the savings to YOU.  All without sacrificing anything that matters.  No way!


Menstrual care that's better for your body and the planet. Thoughtfully designed to be simple, safe and sustainable. 

    • One medical grade silicone menstrual cup

    • Up to 12 hours leak-free protection

    • Reusable for up to 5 years

    • Covers light, medium, heavy, and very heavy menstrual flows

    • Say goodbye to harmful pads and tampons

    • Plus, get a free discrete satin travel bag

Pale Transparent Pink Cup with Pink Satin Bag

Soft and flexible, yet strong and durable

Switching to a silicon menstrual cup has been touted as an environmentally friendly way to collect period blood while staying hygienic. It is also cheaper!

A study published in the Lancet Public Health journal found the cups to be just as effective as tampons.

They are estimated to create 0.4 per cent of the waste generated by single-use pads or six per cent of that produced by using tampons. A woman can go through thousands of sanitary products in her lifetime, which take hundreds of years to decompose.


Wash your hands with mild soap and water. Fold your cup using one of two recommended folds. Relax your vaginal muscles and insert cup slowly into your vaginal canal. Push cup up toward your cervix but remember your cup will sit lower than a tampon. Be sure to ensure the seal has formed.  You can gently move the cup into a comfortable position by using the tail.


Wash your hands with mild soap and water. Use the tail to locate the base of the cup. Pinch the base of the cup to break the seal. Slowly pull the cup down and remove from your vagina. Do not pull hard and fast!  Empty the contents into the toilet. Rinse cup with mild soap & water before re-inserting.

*Having trouble?  Relax!  You can literally lube up your fingers and pinch to release the suction.  Yes, you can do this!  It takes a few periods to really get the hang of it.  The longer you use it, the more comfortable it will become.


I know you're excited to use your menstrual cup and want to see if it fits or practice using it right away.  DON'T!  Because without the lubrication of menstruation, it will get stuck up there.  How many posts have I seen where girls have "horror stories" of the evil mensural cup getting stuck.  When you're not quite bleeding yet, use a pantyliner until you see enough menstruation blood to easily insert.  Same at the tail end of your period.  If there is barely any blood, you're fine with just a pantyliner.  You could also just use a folded toilet paper for barely any spotting.  I personally do not need a pantyliner, but if you still need to get the hang of when you are really done with or have begun your period or not, it's a good trick.

In the event you failed to read this warning until it was already stuck up there, with little to no mensuration, have no fear.  Find a trusty bottle of lube, use it to soften enough to be able to pinch the cup enough to break the seal, then gently pull it out.  Slowly.

Using your pelvic floor muscles to bring the cup lower in the vagina is not correct.

Bearing down on the cup to push it within reach of your fingers is not good pelvic floor advice.

What you want to is BREAK THE SEAL by pinching the cup, releasing the suction, then SLOWLY pull it out.

Don't use during pregnancy, or after unless/until cleared by your doctor.

Before & Aftercare

Although each cup comes individually wrapped and sealed directly from the manufacturer, we recommend you sterilize your cup for 5 minutes BEFORE initial use. During your period, be sure to rinse your cup with mild soap and water before re-inserting. Avoid anti-bacterial soap as this can strip your vagina of healthy bacteria and flora. After your cycle is complete, sterilize your cup by placing in boiling water for 5 minutes.

You will LOVE your cup! Because menstrual cups are regulated as medical devices, we do not offer returns, refunds, or exchanges. However, if there is a defect or you are having any issue, please reach out via the contact page.

You'll Love It

Using a mensural cup is so easy!  Once you're proficient and comfortable, you'll experience more freedom than a tampon or pad could ever give. Go swimming on a whim, dance, or even go to yoga class without the need for panties (let her breathe).

My absolute favorite reason I love menstrual cups is that you avoid that PERIOD SMELL.  That pungent irony scent is no more.  You get a perfect seal.