Say no to tampons and plastic pads. Reduce your period waste to almost zero by using this ultimate zero waste period product. A menstrual cup – this reusable silicone device works internally, collects blood during your period, instead of absorbing it. This is you saving the planet because the cup can be reused for up to 10 years.
Simply insert, empty, rinse and reinsert. Available in 2 sizes. Please see the size guide below for a better understanding.
- Minor (Regular) - Blue colour
- Major (Large) - Pink colour
Why hiccup menstrual cup?
- 12-hour leak proof protection
- Comfortable and long lasting
- No rashes, no odour, no side effects
- Exercise and Swim friendly
- Better for your vagina and the environment
- Includes one minor hiccup + one jute bag for storage + user guide
While the flow is usually the most important factor in helping you decide which cup is for you, we recommend the following:
Teens – If you’re starting out, we recommend doing so with minor cup.
Sexually Inactive – If you’re not sexually active, your muscles are likely to be tighter. We recommend going with minor hiccup in this case.
How to Measure your Cervix
Wash your hands and insert 1-2 fingers into your vaginal canal. Feel around for your cervix. It should feel soft yet firm with a roundish shape. It will have a small hole in the center. Touch the tip of your cervix and check how far inside your hand is.
If you’re in till your first knuckle, you have a low cervix.
If you’re in till the middle of your finger, you have a medium cervix.
If almost your entire finger is inside, you have a high cervix.
For a low to medium cervix, we recommend going with minor hiccup while for those with a medium to high cervix, we recommend going with major hiccup.
Wash & care
At the beginning of each cycle sterilize the cup for 3-5 minutes in boiling water. If you’re using it for the first time, you can boil it for up to 7 minutes. Use any kitchen pan to boil. Make sure that the cup does not touch the bottom of the pan. Use a pair of tongs or spoon to help remove the cup from the water. Let the cup cool down before using. You can use a cup for a stretch of upto 12 hours at a time. After that, when you remove your cup you can rinse it with mild soap and running water. Then reinsert. At the end of each cycle, you can boil the cup and store it in the jute bag provided and then simply rinse and use your next cycle.
Medical grade silicone. Silicone is a non toxic material, reusable as it can last long and is easily recyclable.
The cup comes wrapped in a reusable jute bag. Further Packaged in a Cardboard Cylindrical Box. 100% Plastic free packaging.
Alternative to disposable plastic sanitary pads and tampons.
Reusable for 10 years and then can be given in for recycling.