OrganiCup - the award-winning menstrual cup that replaces pads and tampons.
OrganiCup is made purely of soft, allergy- friendly silicone, free of bleach, glue, perfume, lotion or indeed anything that doesn’t belong inside your body.
Chemical-free and with minimal risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome, the OrganiCup is the healthier, easier and greener alternative to disposable pads and tampons.
Benefits for you and the environment:
- A healthier, chemical free period: OrganiCup is made of 100% medical-grade silicone, no additives, or chemicals. So, it doesn’t mess with your body’s natural environment. While tampons and pads absorb necessary vaginal secretions, OrganiCup simply collects. This eliminates irritation and dryness while ensuring the natural pH-balance is kept intact.
- Easier - Up to 12 hours of leak free protection: OrganiCup gives you a worry-free period. It’s simply emptied morning and evening. Leak-free protection, even when you sleep, run, do yoga or swim.
- Greener: Pads and tampons are used and thrown away – every month. OrganiCup is re-usable for several years. Period products are hardly the first thing you think of when talking about plastic waste. But actually, on average, an individual could use 11,000 pads/tampons in their lifetime, each of which can take up to 500 years to degrade because of the plastic components in them.
- OrganiCup is certified VEGAN and AllergyCertified™, ensuring it is suitable for sensitive skin.
How does the OrganiCup Work?
STEP 1: FOLD AND INSERT
OrganiCup unfolds to form a light vacuum keeping it securely in place. It won’t fall out (not even if you do a triple somersault). Due to the vacuum, the menstrual blood won’t come into contact with air so no odor issues, ultra hygienic and antibacterial.
STEP 2: WEAR
Wear all-day and all-night. Up to 12 hours leak free with no dryness or irritation. OrganiCup can contain 3 times more than pads and tampons, which means most people just need to empty it morning and evening so no interruptions during the day. Or night. And did you know that about ¼ of the fluids absorbed by a tampon are natural and necessary vaginal secretions? OrganiCup only collects, thus eliminating irritation and dryness while ensuring the natural pH-balance is kept intact.
STEP 3: EMPTY, RINSE AND RE-USE
Lasts years, not hours and that means huge savings for you and for our planet . OrganiCup means 30 grams of waste instead of a potential 30 kgs.
Which size should I use?
OrganiCup is available in two sizes:
Size A: For women who have not given birth vaginally
Size B: For women who have given birth vaginally
The difference between size A and B is very small (size A is 0,4 cm smaller than size B) but still it is very important to use the proper size to prevent leakage.
We recommend the size B OrganiCup if you have given birth vaginally, because as we give birth, the hips will naturally widen and the vaginal muscles will lose elasticity. If you consider yourself “petite” and find it hard and uncomfortable to use regular sized tampons, the size A OrganiCup may be best suited for you, even though you have given birth vaginally.
The learning curve can take a bit of time. So, if you’ve tried the cup once or twice and are thinking “this does not work for me” don’t give up just yet! After a couple of cycles of trial-and-error, most cup users will figure it out by trying different folding and insertion techniques and thereby becoming permanent cup converts!
Schedule a day where you can stay at home and relax to try out your cup for the first time.
Find a position for inserting the cup – you can either lie down on your back, squat down, sit on the toilet or simply stand up.
Fold your cup with your preferred folding technique and insert When inserting the cup, keep it angled downwards towards your tail bone. When the entire cup is inside of you, simply remove your fingers and let it pop open. If you feel any dents or folds on the base with your finger, it means that it has not folded out.
When in place, try to pull the stem a bit. If you feel some resistance, the vacuum has been created and the cup has been placed successfully.
A good tip when insertion the cup is to relax your jaw muscles – believe it or not, relaxing your jaw affects your pelvic floor muscles as well.
If you find the stem uncomfortable after a couple of tries, you can cut it shorter. Some women remove the stem completely
When it’s time to remove the cup, sit down on the toilet seat or squat as this will shorten your vaginal canal and push the cup further down, making it easier to reach and remove. When reaching the stem of the cup, simply break the seal by squeezing the bottom until you hear the vacuum releasing itself. Then gently “wiggle” the cup back and forth until it has been completely removed. Empty the contents into the toilet and wash the cup with cold running water and make sure to clean the air holes as well before reinserting.
The Benefits of Menstrual Cups
Menstrual cups have been gaining popularity in recent years, and for good reason. They’re a more sustainable, less expensive option than disposable pads and tampons. Not to mention, they’re also much better for your health. Below we will explore why menstrual cups are so good and how they can benefit eco-conscious individuals looking to make a change.
The Basics of Menstrual Cups
Menstrual cups are small, cup-shaped devices that are inserted into the vagina during one's period. See the begginners tips above, when inserting the cup, it should sit low enough so that it can form a seal around the cervix; this ensures that no leaks happen throughout the day. Once inserted correctly, users can leave their cup in place for up to 12 hours before needing to empty it and reinsert it. While it may take some trial and error to figure out what works best for you when using a menstrual cup, many users report that once they get used to them they are simple and convenient.
Why Menstrual Cups Are So Good
The biggest advantage of using menstrual cups is their sustainability - the average person uses about 11,000 disposable pads or tampons in their lifetime! With menstrual cups, you only need to buy one every few years, making them incredibly cost-effective over time as well as environmentally friendly. Additionally, because there is no need for additional packaging or plastic applicators with menstrual cups, there is even less waste created from them than from disposables.
Not only are menstrual cups good for the environment but they’re also great for your body. Unlike tampons which absorb natural fluids along with your period blood (which can lead to irritation), menstrual cups collect rather than absorb your flow which means there's less of a risk of developing an infection or irritations down there. In addition to being healthier than tampons and pads, many people report feeling more comfortable while wearing them since they don't cause any chaffing like disposables can do at times due to their dryness.
Overall, menstrual cups offer a number of benefits both for your body and your wallet as well as being an environmentally friendly option compared to disposable pads and tampons. If you're eco conscious looking for an alternative way to manage your period without sacrificing comfort or adding extra waste into our landfills then give menstrual cups a try - you won't regret it! With all these advantages combined together makes them one of the best options available today!