Ruby Cup offers an alternative to single-use menstrual products by offering a healthier, more sustainable option at a fraction of the price of traditional feminine hygiene products. This reusable cups are made from 100% medical grade silicone so they're safe for your body too! They come in small size so you'll find exactly what fits your body best without having to worry about leakage or discomfort during use. You can wear them up to 8 hours before emptying them then simply wash them out with warm water before reinserting again later on if needed!
Made from a single piece of 100% medical-grade soft silicone with no seams.
With the capacity to hold up to 30ml of fluid, our menstrual cup can be worn for up to 8 hours depending on flow volume. .
Comes with organic cotton drawstring storage bag
Free from plastic, latex, toxins and bleaches
Approximately 45mm diameter x 68mm long
Let your tampons take a break - let the menstrual cup provide your flow relief.
This medium-sized menstrual cup from Ruby Cup contains three times more fluid capacity than a super tampon and is free from stains, leaks or odor - perfect for when you're on your period. It doesn't stop there though! It is from100% medical grade silicone packaged with cotton bag for added protection. Say goodbye to bulky, uncomfortable sanitary products that are hard to insert and leaky.
Ruby Cup was created when three friends, Julie, Maxie and Veronica, wanted to create an affordable menstrual cup that would make a difference in people's lives. They wanted Ruby Cup to be accessible for women who struggles to gain access to safe and affordable period products. Every Ruby Cup is made with medical grade silicone to ensure quality and safety.
1.How often should I clean my menstrual cup?
It's best to change it every 4-8 hours, if possible. However, you can wear for up to 8 hours .
2. What are the care instructions?
Reusable menstrual cups should be washed and wiped clean before being reinserted into your vagina. They can be sterilised by boiling.
3. What are the benefits of using menstrual cup?
Menstrual cup hold more blood than tampons, they are thought to avoid the risk of TSS and since they're reusable, they are also better for the environment. Over time, they will ultimately save you money vs buying disposable products.
4. Can I use a menstrual cup in a public bathroom?
Yes! Simply empty down the toilet and wipe clean with a piece of tissue. You can also rinse clean with bottled water if you happen to have it.
5. What if my cup gets lost or stuck inside me?
This is a really common question! Your cup won't get lost up there though, as there is nowhere for it to go! If the cup manages to go higher than you can reach, just relax, and try squatting and pushing the cup downwards with your abdominal muscles.
6. Can I use a menstrual cup even with a heavy period?
Yes! To give you an idea of how much a menstrual cup holds, A fully saturated super tampon holds around 12ml of liquid. This cup holds 25ml!
7. I suffer from cramps, won't this make them worse?
Actually, lots of people report a decrease in cramps using a cup. We aren't quite sure why!
8. Won't this make me smell?
No! Where menstrual blood develops an odour it's due to exposure to the air, and this doesn't happen using a menstrual cup. Just be sure to empty and rinse the cup at least every 12 hours.
9. Menstrual cups look bigger than tampons, won't wearing one be uncomfortable?
When folded for insertion, a menstrual cup isn't much bigger than a tampon. Once opened up inside, you still shouldn't feel it at all when inserted properly.
10. Can virgins use a menstrual cup?
Yes! Sexual activity has no bearing on your ability to use a menstrual cup. The most important thing is that you are comfortable with your own body. You might want to opt for a small size or Teen menstrual cup.