Menstrual Cup

$24.00 USD

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Ships in plastic-free packaging

The award-winning AllMatters menstrual cup (formerly OrganiCup) replaces pads and tampons. Easy, healthy, green.

Until stock is depleted, you may receive packaging showing our previous name (OrganiCup). Thanks for helping us reduce waste!

  • No allergens found by AllergyCertified
  • Wear for up to 12 hours, without worries
  • Registered with The Vegan Society
  • Try risk-free with our Satisfaction Guarantee
  • Lasts for years, avoiding constant waste
  • Made of 100% soft medical-grade silicone

Step 1
Fold and insert. The soft cup unfolds to form a light suction seal, keeping it safely in place.

Step 2
Wear for up to 12 hours. When placed correctly, you shouldn’t feel the cup. Go swim, do sports and forget all about your period.

Step 3
Empty, rinse, repeat. Even public toilets are no challenge – just use toilet paper and rinse when you’re back home.

Go to 'how to use' guide.

Material
100% medical-grade silicone, produced in Germany. Organic cotton bag included. 

Dimensions
Size Mini / Size A / Size B
Diameter: 37mm / 41mm / 44mm 
Total cup length: 58mm / 70mm / 72mm 
Stem length: 18mm / 20mm / 18mm 
Full capacity: 19ml / 27ml / 33ml  

Disposal
The menstrual cup: In many cities, if you bin your old cup, it’ll be burned to create energy. If you’d rather not throw your cup in the bin, you can also burn it yourself in a controlled environment. Silicone is basically sand (quartz) and will only produce a tiny bit of CO2 due to the small quantity of silicone used in each cup.  

The cotton bag: You can drop off your cotton bag at your local recycling facility along with other textiles. In many cities, if you bin your cotton bag, it’ll be burned to create energy.   

The packaging: All our packaging is made from recycled and/or recyclable paper and cardboard.  Please make sure to dispose of the packaging in the appropriate bin, according to your local recycling regulations.

We offer a free size replacement or a full refund, if the cup doesn’t work as promised. You can claim the guarantee after you've tried it out for 3 cycles (90 days). Learn more.

How do I clean it in public bathrooms?
You can bring bottled water with you or use a sanitising wipe. If you don’t have either, just use toilet paper and rinse when you’re back home.   

Won’t it leak?
No. When inserted correctly, the cup shouldn’t leak if it’s not completely full (and presuming you have the right size). Learn more.

How long does it last?
The material of the cup is tested to last for years. We recommend that you replace it if the material starts getting sticky or cracks. Learn more.

Is it safe and hygienic?
Yes, the cup is made from 100% medical grade silicone, which is a material that has been tested for bio compatibility and is safe to wear inside the body. It doesn’t contain BPA or latex. Our menstrual cup is also AllergyCertified and registered with The Vegan Society. Learn more

Can I use it with an IUD?
Yes, but it's important to release the suction seal before removing the cup. We recommend consulting with your gynecologist prior to use and if you just had your IUD fitted, you should wait at least 2 cycles before you start using a menstrual cup. Learn more.

Still have questions? Go to full FAQ

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How to use a menstrual cup

As easy as one-two-three.

  • The soft cup unfolds to form a light suction seal, keeping it safely in place.

  • When placed correctly you shouldn’t feel the cup. Go swim, do sports and forget all about your period.

  • Even public toilets are no challenge – just use toilet paper and rinse when you’re back home.

Reviews

Don't just take it from us – here's what our community has to say.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3785 reviews
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C.B.
Amazing

This is the second cup that I buy, I wanted to purchase the same one as before because I find it so confortable.

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M.R.
AMAZING

Life changing product and one that i can feel eco concious about purchasing.
Period cups are seriously one of the best menstrual products out there that are great for our bodies as well as the environment as compared to tampons and pads. No more ripping out a tampon that was a little to dry because your flow isnt heavy enough, no more bleach, no more stinky pads. NO MORE WASTE !!!
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Spread the word, wish i knew about them sooner!

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Michelle Lewis
Still trying

I am so on board with this concept but I don't think it will work for me. My flow is extremely heavy and I am struggling ( I think) to get a seal since I am leaking. I'm ensuring the cup is smooth and has no dents but I'm having to empty a full cup every 30 mins ( on my first heavy day) On the upside, it has allowed me to measure my loss. I will continue to use but on my less heavy days and hopefully will master getting the seal right. Pads are definitely a must still though but at least I have used less than normal

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Π.Γ.
Love it!

I really love it!! It's the best thing i've ever bought! The first time i used was a little bit weird but then it's like i am not wearing anything! The only issue is still at night. There is a little bit leak when i go to sleep so i wear a small pad at night for safety. Besides that, i am really satisfied and I won't stop using it!!

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alix

My period used to be a huge burden and since I have a short cyclus I'd be confronted with it all the time.. A friend recommended using a cup like she does, and wow. that's the best recommendation I have had in my life. Thus, I too would like to recommended this cup to everyone who's unsure or is desperately looking for a change @ periods! I don't have a heavy flow, so I only change the cup 2-3 times a day (24h) when I'm on my period (I keep it in 12h when I can, change a third time when I know my being in bed will be longer than 12h lol). This makes that I basically forget I'm on my period and lowkey has me looking forward to it, doing my little cup-boiling ritual once my period is over hehe. Finally embracing the part of me that menstruates <3<3 Btw, I know putting it in might seem scary and it does take a little bit of practice like anything new in life, but I promise it doesn't hurt (it shouldn't, at least; if it does, probably see someone about it!) not when putting it in nor when it's in there! Goodluck to anyone giving the cup a first try, I hope you love it as much as I do <3

No silly questions

Get the answers you need.

We usually suggest bringing some bottled water with you or using a disinfecting wipe such as an OrganiWipe in a public bathroom. If you don’t have either, you can simply wipe it clean with toilet paper and clean it once you have access to a sink, at home for instance. But because it holds more than 3 super tampons, most people only have to empty it in the morning and in the evening, in the comfort of their own home.

When inserted correctly, the cup shouldn't leak if it’s not completely full (and presuming you have the right size). The key to a leak free period is to make sure the suction seal is created and that the cup is completely unfolded inside you. After inserting, you should pinch the bottom of the cup (or insert your index finger alongside the cup) and slighlty rotate it until it unfolds without any dents around and until it doesn't move downwards when pulling the stem. This is how you know the suction seal is in place. For more tips & tricks check out our guide 'How to Use a Menstrual Cup' here.

The material of the cup is tested to last for years. The majority of our customers choose to replace it after 2-3 years, but if there's no visible damage to it you can keep using it. We recommend that you replace it if the material starts getting sticky or cracks. Learn more.

Yes, the cup is made from 100% medical grade silicone, which is a material that has been tested for bio compatibility and is safe to wear inside the body. It doesn’t contain BPA or latex. Our menstrual cup is also AllergyCertified and registered with The Vegan Society. Learn more

The cup can be used with an IUD, but it is important to release the suction seal before removal. We recommend consulting with your gynecologist prior to use and if you just had your IUD fitted, you should wait at least 2 cycles before you start using a menstrual cup. Learn more.

Still got questions?

The menstrual cup replaces pads and tampons. Easy, healthy, green.

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