Menstrual cups have revolutionalised periods! Not only do they save so much plastic and waste, but they also make periods hassle-free and cleaner. With a moon cup, you almost forget you are on your period! Women are reported to use over 11,000 sanitary items during their lifetime, spending around £90 a year. Your Mooncup will last you up to 10 years and save you money, waste and hassle! Girls, tell all your friends; the menstrual cup is a life-changer! Vaginal cup, period cup, menstrual cup, fannie cup! Whatever you call it, the menstrual cup is a great choice.
Save money and reduce your waste
Your menstrual cup last years, not hours. No constant waste and no monthly purchases.
- Holds more than tampons
- Reusable for years
- BPA Free
- Designed by a nurse
- Made in New Zealand
You can easily use menstrual cups with an IUD. We simply recommend consulting your doctor to potentially shorten the IUD strings.
The Hey Girls menstrual cup is hypoallergenic and made from 100% medical grade silicone, latex, phthalate, BPA and dioxin free. Available in two sizes.
- Buy One Give One Menstrual Cup
- 100% medical grade silicone
- Latex, Phthalate, BPA and Dioxin free
- With storage pouch
Two sizes available,
- Small – white – age under 25 and not given birth vaginally
- Large – red – age over 25 or have given birth vaginally whatever your age
How to care for your menstrual cup
PREP & WASH
- Before using your cup for the first time, it’s always clever to make sure you have sterilised it properly. We have some handy cup-cup pots that can be popped in the microwave with your cup. If you don’t have one of those to hand, you can also put your cup in a mug or bowl and fill with boiling water. Leave it to bathe for a few minutes, and always make sure it’s air-dried cool enough before using!
- Always sterilise before first use and after last use. You can rinse with clean water in-between changes.
Read our How to care for your cup blog to find out how to insert and remove your cup, and other advice.
What’s my size?
As a standard guide, we recommend using a small cup if you are 25 or under or have not given birth vaginally. If you are over 25 or have given birth vaginally, we would give a large a go.
You know your body best, and cup sizes can often vary from one individual to another. For example, if you have a petite frame, please keep that in mind when choosing your cup size.
SAFETY FIRST! If you have an IUD, the cup may not be the right product for you. If you have a contraceptive coil, always consult with your GP before using.
Our small cup measures at 7cm in length with a 4cm diameter, and our large is 7.5cm in length with a 4.5 diameter.