OrganiCup

Menstrual Cup

  • €24,00
- €-24,00
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The Organicup is the most environmentally friendly way of using a menstrual cup. Its packaging is the simplest, yet its quality is the best. It doesn't leak, it is safe, hygienic, comfortable and durable. You will safe the planet from around 270 tampons/pads a year!

Below you can see the different sizes and which is most likely to fit you better, but if you need help deciding which one is best don't hesitate to get in touch and our team will help you, we use them and they are amazing! 

Size A (40mm diameter), for those who haven't given birth vaginally.

Size B (45mm diameter), for those who given birth vaginally.

Size Mini (37mm diameter), for teens or those who need a smaller size.

The Organicup menstrual cups are made of 100% soft medical-grade silicone, which doesn't contain allergens and are completely vegan.

Fold the cup from the open side and insert it from that side into your vagina. It will unfold inside, ensuring a leakless suction seal. You shouln't feel it when wearing it. You can wear it for up to 12 hours, while doing sports or during the night. Then just take it of, empty it, rinse it and repeat the process.

Menstrual cups are a big alternative to tampons and pads, which are most of the times made of plastic fibres. Therefore, since menstrual cups are a fully reusable product, they don't only save the planet from waste, but also money from your pocket.

The Organicup menstrual cups come packed inside a cotton bag, which is held inside a fully recyclable cardboard box.

Founded in 2012 in Denmark, the organicup team has succeded in the task of taking their products worldwide. Having sold more than a million units and donated more than 15 thousand, they are bringing the menstrual cup solution to all the women who need it. They are partners of more than 20 NGOs in the world, bringing menstrual education and their concrete solution to many women.

Although it will take a lot of time until your menstrual stops being functional, if the time arrives, please dispose it properly in your local waste facilities. Since silicone is a bit difficult to recycle it may end up in the common trash. Hence we recommend to safely burn your cup, since it won't produce much CO2 and the ashes can be composted.