AWARD WINNING MENSTRUAL CUPS THAT REPLACE TAMPONS
EASIER, HEALTHIER AND SMARTER
MONTH AFTER MONTH
HOLDS 12 HOURS LONG
UP TO 3 TAMPONS WORTH
LASTS FOR YEARS
100% MEDICAL GRADE SILICONE
ORGANICUP SIZE GUIDE
Most people can use either size cup and our guideline is not bullet proof. There are a couple of other factors, you might want to consider when you’re choosing the menstrual cup size for you.
CHOOSE CUP A…
… when you have not given vaginal birth
…for teens and young cup users
…when you only have a lighter flow
CHOOSE CUP B…
… when you have given vaginal birth
…when you have a (long)heavy flow
…some people like A for their lighter and B for their heavier days
HOW TO USE
It takes about 2 – 3 cycles to get completely used to handling the cup. Everybody is different, experiment with what works for you.
It’s recommended to boil the cup 3-5 min before and after your complete cycle.
INSERTING the cup can be done by doing a punch fold, or a c-fold.
DURING USE the cup should be emptied and rinsed every 12 hours. Depending on the heaviness of your flow you will need to empty it more often.
WHEN EXTRACTING THE CUP, pull slightly on the stem while using your abdominal muscles to push the OrganiCup downwards until you can reach the base. Give the base of the cup a gentle pinch to release the suction and ease it out. Avoid removing your menstrual cup by pulling the stem as this might cause discomfort.
EMPTY the collected fluid into the toilet or sink and rinse the cup with water and re-insert. You can use an OrganiWipe or toilet paper to clean your cup and rinse it with water at a later time if you do not have acces to drinkable water.
During menstruation, you must simply rinse your OrganiCup with water when you empty the cup and before reinsertion. You don’t need to sterilise your cup between uses while on your period.
You will need to sterilise your OrganiCup after your period:
In a pot, boil the OrganiCup in water for 5-7 minutes.
If you don’t have access to boiling water:
Use OrganiWipes, which are made specifically for disinfecting your cup when you don’t have access to boiling water.