Anatomy of a cup
Not all cups are created equal
Small rings, a subtle game changer that helps you get a grip on the cup and life.
The rim is smooth and strong, allowing the cup to hold its shape regardless of how many jump splits you do.
No toxins. No BPA. No chemicals. Just your knight in silicone armor.
Helps with easy removal, and is super slim and flexible, allowing for ultra comfort.
The graceful bulb is not just cute but purposeful. It helps the cup stay where it should be and maximizes the seal.
Reinforces the seal to prevent folds and protect you and your favorite pair of underwear from leaks.
TWO SIZES TO RULE THEM ALL
Many people use both cups, the regular on their heavier days, and the small on their lighter days, but you know, whatever works for you.
Designed for young girls and women under the age of 25. It may also be suitable for women who have had corrective surgery for the vagina, or who are advanced in tone-maintaining activities such as yoga, dance or pilates
Recommended for women aged 25 or over, is also recommended for all women who have given birth vaginally, regardless of age.
Have a lighter flow
Have a heavier flow
Are a teen or young adult
Have given birth
Haven't birthed children
Have a higher cervix
Have a lower cervix
Have leaked with other cups
Are a cup beginner
Are already a cup pro
Are active with strong vaginal muscles