Menstrual cup

Tired of changing tampons every 2 hours? Then you're ready for a sustainable alternative— the menstrual cup. A menstrual cup is a reusable cup made of medical-grade silicone. You insert the menstrual cup into your vagina during your period, replacing tampons. The Menstrual cup collects the blood, providing leak-free protection and ensuring a stress-free period


Menstrual Cup 1


Menstrual Cup 2

Grace & Green

Period Cup - Size B


Why a menstrual cup?

A menstrual cup can be worn for up to 12 hours and could replace multiple tampons. This depends on the cup size. Menstrual cups can be worn day and night during any activity.The cup will hold while urinating, exercising, and swimming. The menstrual cup is an environmentally friendly choice.Care for your period and care for the planet with our selection of sustainable alternatives to traditional tampons and pads by using menstrual cups and menstrual underwear

Inserting the menstrual cup

How does it work? You insert the menstrual cup into your cervix by squeezing and folding the cup in the bottom into a C shape. Insert it with, for example, one leg slightly elevated. When you are relaxed it works easier. Once the menstrual cup is in the right place, let go of the cup. The cup will unfold and create a vacuum, keeping it securely in place. When you want to remove the menstrual cup, break the vacuum by pressing the sides of the cup. It may feel a bit unfamiliar the first few times, but you will get used to it!


After purchasing, always boil your menstrual cup first, and then also after each use.
During your period, you can simply rinse your cup with water. After removal, empty the menstrual cup into the toilet and rinse it thoroughly. At the end of the day, you can optionally use unscented soap. For extra thorough cleaning, boil the menstrual cup with some baking soda or clean it with a mixture of water and vinegar.

The best menstrual cup

The well-established menstrual products brand, Yoni , offers two super-soft, comfortable menstrual cups. They come in two different sizes, size 1 is for light to normal flow, and size 2 is for women who have given birth vaginally and for anyone with heavy menstruation. They are made of 100% medical-grade silicone and free from latex, BPA, and phthalates. Want to know more? Then read everything you need to know about the menstrual cup.

Natural products 

In addition to our menstrual cups, you can also find other sustainable alternatives at Nourished. We offer natural menstrual pads, tampons made from organic cotton, and absorbent menstrual underwear. That way, you'll always find something that suits you!