Silicone Menstrual Cup
Silicone Menstrual Cup
Silicone Menstrual Cup

Saalt Menstural Products Silicone Menstrual Cup

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Make the switch from single use menstrual products with help from the Saalt Silicone Menstrual Cup! Made from 100% medical-grade silicone that is BPA free and chemical free, this menstrual cup is worn internally to collect – rather than absorb – your period. It offers 12 hours of protection (day or night!) and is reliable, comfortable, and easy to use. Plus, it lasts for years, saving you mention otherwise spent on tampons and pads!
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BPA Free
Products that are labeled as BPA free do not contain Bisphenol A, a chemical commonly found in plastic products. Studies on BPA exposure have shown that high levels of BPA could lead to hormone disruption, effects on behavior and brain function, reproductive problems, breast cancer, heart disease, infertility, and more.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
Quality is holding up!

Everyone will have a learning curve, and different products will work better for different people. However, I can attest to the quality of this one. This is the second cup I've tried, still working great after a few months! Mine is blue, and the inevitable staining is minimal; I've been following the care instructions almost exactly, except I use a gentle hand soap and rinse thoroughly instead of the Saalt brand cleanser. No tearing/deteriorating like my last one of a different brand.

Meli J.
Works fine

I took some time but I learned hoy to use it, it is way better than using disposables

First timer

I finally braved up and tried out the cup in small. I can't tell if it is right for me yet but it did take practice. I would say it was successful for a first time. The pouch comes in handy too. I can't really compare this one with others since I never used other brands but I did take a quiz to see what size/shape is best for me prior to purchase.

A learning curve but good product

This is my first ever menstrual cup. It's definitely a learning curve and tbh I think I might be more of a period underwear kinda gal (going to try those next). However, the product seems very good quality and is comfortable. I think I just need a bit more practice with it to get comfortable. I might switch to period underwear for lighter days, but this is definitely a nice option for heavier days.

A learning curve but never turning back.

Great product. This is the first cup I've tried and it does take some getting used to. I had a hard time removing the cup because it was difficult for me to reach the stem. After some further research I came to the conclusion that a longer, narrower cup would work better for my body. But I think that's something each person discovers for themselves when they start using cups. Every individuals body is different so it takes time to figure out your own needs if your not familiar with the position of your cervix.

For anyone struggling with removal, I watched a thousand YouTube videos to help me. First take a deep breath, there is so where for the cup to go but out. You got this. You need to use your muscles to push the cup down until you can grab the stem. Once you have the stem slowly wiggle it side to side as you bring the cup down until you can grasp the base of the cup. Squeeze the base so you can break the seal and then remove. Trust me don't just try to rip it out, the seal needs to be broken first. So happy I decided to switch to a cup and highly recommend it to anyone considering it.

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