What is a menstrual cup?
A menstrual cup is a small container made from medical-grade silicone which is placed inside the vagina to collect menstrual flow.
As published in The Lancet in 2019, menstrual cups have been found to be a safe option for menstruation management and are currently being used in over 100 countries.
One cup is all you need
foldable small shape
wear for 12 hours safely
reuse for 10 years per cup
odourless hygenic design
an extra 36 days movement
saves £4000 per lifetime
Menstrual cups promote gender equality and a waste free world
How to use a menstrual cup
Step-by-step guides on how to clean, fold, insert and remove a menstrual cup.How to guides
Whether you’re worried about the safety of menstrual cups, their environmental credentials, or more intimate questions about how they work with your body, we’ve compiled a list of FAQs to help.FAQs
Students in South Africa
50% of 509 female students aged 18-24 years attending education institutions in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa reported that inserting the menstrual cup was very easy or quite easy on first use. Of those who did not find it easy, 80% achieved comfort after 2-3 insertions. More than 90% who had used the cup would continue to use it.
In conclusion, the menstrual cup was well accepted among this student population and should be considered as a cost-effective and environmentally sustainable option in menstrual health management initiatives in South Africa.
Source: www.tandfonline.com >