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OrganiCup Menstrual Cup Size B


Size B: for those who have given birth vaginally.
Allergen free, wear for up to 12 hours
Certified vegan & cruelty free
Made of 100% soft, medical-grade silicone

Please choose carefully as there are no returns on feminine hygiene products

OrganiCup is easier, healthier and greener; the award-winning menstrual cup that lasts up to 12 hours and replaces pads and tampons

Size B: for those who have given birth vaginally.

Other size options:
Size Mini: for teens or those who need a smaller size.
Size A: for those who haven’t given birth vaginally.

OrganiCup holds 3 tampons worth and can be worn for up to 12 hours. Forget about your period during the day. And night.

Half the population on Earth have periods for the majority of their lives. Yet no major period innovations have happened in over 75 years. Now consider the amount of waste created each month by disposable period products. Consider the chemicals they often contain, and that we put inside our bodies. Consider the young girls who stay away from school because they are ashamed of their periods.

We’re on a journey to change the way periods affect our lives, our bodies and our environment. We believe no one should be held back by their body. We believe no period products should contain harmful chemicals nor absorb natural bodily secretions, resulting in infections. Periods should not be the cause of major pollution. And they should never, ever be a source of shame.

Creating this world is what it’s about. And you — our users — are driving this change. Together we’re breaking down the barriers that menstruation has raised in the lives of dreamers and doers.


.The OrganiCup is made from 100% medical grade silicone, and is completely safe to wear inside the body. It’s doesn’t contain BPA or latex.

Medical grade silicones are tested for bio compatibility and are appropriate for use in medical applications.

OrganiCup medical grade silicone complies with US Pharmacopoeia XXII Class VI (safe to be used inside the body for <29 days) and 21 CFR 177.2600. Furthermore, OrganiCup contains no allergens and is AllergyCertified (AC104, AC223, AC382) and registered with the Vegan Society (Member no. 024025). Menstrual cups are not classified as medical devices in the EU, however the OrganiCup material meets EU bio compatibility standards and is tested according to select ISO 10993. Learn more about the OrganiCup and its safety:


.Step 1 How to insert a menstrual cup

Wash: remember to wash your hands using clean water and a mild soap, such as OrganiWash, before inserting it.

Fold: there are many different folding methods so experiment and find the one that works for you.
Two of the most popular are: The Punch-Down Fold and the C-Fold. When you’re inserting your menstrual cup, you need to keep it folded until it is inside of your vagina.

Relax: it’s important to relax your muscles when inserting your menstrual cup, so find a comfortable position. You can lie down, squat, sit on the toilet or simply stand up. You’ll find the position that works best for you over time!

You might want to use water or a water-based lubricant to make insertion easier.

Insert and release: insert the folded menstrual cup and once the entire cup is inside of you, remove your fingers and let it open up.

Rotate: if you feel any dents or folds on the base of your menstrual cup and you’re not sure the suction seal has been created, then gently grip the base of the cup (not the stem) and rotate it to make it unfold.

Once your menstrual cup is in place, try to pull the stem a bit, if you feel resistance, the suction seal has been created and the cup has been inserted correctly!

In comparison with a tampon, the menstrual cup should be placed lower in the vaginal canal. The stem should be completely inside of you. However, we’re all built differently and if the stem pokes out and annoys you, you can trim it (not while inserted).

Step 2 Wear

For up to 12 hours. The cup can contain more liquid than 3 super tampons. Depending on how heavy your flow is, you may have to empty it more often than twice a day. It is recommended to empty your menstrual cup more often in the beginning to get to know the cup and your flow.

Step 3 How to remove a menstrual cup

Wash: again, start out by washing your hands with warm water and a mild soap.

Relax; find a comfortable position that works for you: lie down, squat, sit on the toilet or stand up. Being relaxed is essential, as removing your menstrual cup will be more difficult if you tense up.

Remove: when removing your menstrual cup, pull slightly on the stem until you can reach the base. Give the base of the cup a gentle pinch (or insert your index finger alongside it) to release the suction seal and ease it out. Avoid removing your menstrual cup by pulling the stem as this might cause discomfort.

Empty and wash: once you have removed your menstrual cup, empty the collected flow into the toilet or sink and rinse the cup with water (remember the air holes) and re-insert.

If you’re in a bathroom without access to clean water, you can use an OrganiWipe or toilet paper to clean your cup and rinse it with water at a later time.

Re-insert or store: when your menstrual cup is clean, re-insert it as outlined in Step 1.

However, if your period has ended: boil the cup for 3-5 minutes in water or simply use an OrganiWipe to disinfect it and store your cup in the OrganiCup cotton bag.

Once you get the hang of it, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.

WARNING: Always read the label and always follow the specific product directions for use.

DISCLAIMER: While Ecolix strives to ensure the accuracy of its product images and information, some manufacturing changes to packaging and/or ingredients may be pending update on our site. Although items may occasionally ship with alternate packaging, freshness is always guaranteed. We recommend that you read labels, warnings and directions of all products before use and not rely solely on the information provided by Ecolix.


.Can I use it in a public bathroom?
You can bring some bottled water with you or use a disinfecting wipe such as an OrganiWipe. If you don’t have either, simply wipe it clean with toilet paper, reinsert and clean later.

Won’t it leak?
No. When inserted correctly, the cup shouldn’t leak at all if it’s not completely full (and presuming you have the right size). See more info :

How long does it last?
The material of the OrganiCup is tested to last for years. We recommend that you replace it if the material starts getting sticky or cracking.

Is it safe and hygienic?
Yes! Besides being registered with the FDA and AllergyCertified, we’ve consulted with several gynaecologists.

Can I use a menstrual cup with an IUD?
According to several gynecologists, the short answer is: yes! Just make sure to break the suction seal before removing the cup.

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