The Easy-Does-It Cup
There’s a reason why our cup was rated “Best Menstrual Cup for Beginners” by Wirecutter. The intuitive design is first-timer friendly, and the ultra-soft silicone is a comfortable fit for every body.
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Intuitive finger indent is easy to fold and insert, and textured base is easy to grip for removal.
Made with ultra-soft and flexible silicone. Made without dyes, phthalates, latex and BPA.
Day to Night Wear
Up to 12 hours of comfortable leak protection.
A perfect alternative to tampons or pads that can be reused for up to 10 years.
Premium, ultra-soft medical grade silicone, Made in the USA
Just finishing my first cycle with my Cora Cup, and it was surprisingly easy to get used to. I like the "petal fold" personally, and it only took me a day to get the hang of it.
Honestly, I love this company and their cup is no different. Their large cup is a little smaller than others, but it works just as well and has a handy imprint to help folding go smoother.
Super easy to use and doesn't leak, plus you don't feel it when you're wearing it! I was intimidated at first but now I will never use anything else.
How do I know which size cup is right for me?
While most women can comfortably wear either size of the cup, we want you to find the best fit for your body and flow. Size 1 (small - 22 mL) is best if you have not given birth and you do not have light bladder leaks. Size 2 (medium - 29 mL) is best for those who've given birth or have light bladder leaks. When in doubt, opt for Size 1, and if for any reason you aren’t happy with the product or the fit, please reach out to us and we’ll make it right. For additional information on how to use a menstrual cup, visit Blood & Milk.
How do I clean my Cup?
When washing your cup, we recommend using the Cora Cup Cleanse, which is pH balanced and free of dyes and fragrances. If you don't have pH-balanced soap, you can wash it with mild, fragrance-free soap. Sterilize your cup by boiling it at the end of every cycle. Ensure that the cup's air holes are always clean and open. Store your cup in the container provided, stem up. If your cup is stored when wet, keep the container open so it remains breathable. Because the Cora Cup isn't dyed with synthetic colors, you may observe color changes over time. For additional information on how to clean your menstrual cup, visit Blood & Milk.
How much fluid does the Cup hold?
Size 1 holds 22 mL of liquid, which is about 2-3 regular tampons.
Size 2 holds 29 mL of liquid, which is about 3-4 regular tampons.
For reference, a regular tampon absorbs roughly 6-9 mL (per FDA).
Can I return my Cup?
The Cora Cup has a perfect fit guarantee. If for any reason you are not completely delighted by your cup or the fit, we'll make it right. Reach out to us here.
How long can I wear my Cup?
You can wear your Cup for up to 12 hours, emptying it twice a day or as frequently as needed.
How long will my Cup last, and when do I need to replace it?
The Cup can last 10 years, but you should replace it if you see any tears or holes.
What is the Cup made out of?
The Cup is made in the USA with medical grade silicone, and is made without BPA.
Get to know Your Cup
How to Use
Intuitive finger indent and soft silicone make it easy to fold and insert like a tampon. Tapered, textured base allows for slip-free grip and spill-free removal.
PINCH - using the finger indent
FOLD - in half, holding it in one hand
INSERT - as easily as a tampon
For more detailed information, visit our Cup Resources Page.
Size 1 is best for those who have not given birth and do not experience bladder leaks.
Additionally, it is best for users with a light to medium flow and is ideal for first-time users.
Size 2 is for those who have given birth and/or experience light bladder leaks.
Additionally, it is best for users with a medium to heavy flow.
Every Cup comes with a how-to guide.
Perfect Fit Guarantee: If for any reason you are not completely delighted by your cup or the fit, you can reach out to us and we’ll make it right.
Clean + Store
For best results, wash your cup with pH-balanced Cora Cup & Disc Cleanse or pH-balanced soap to avoid irritation. If you don’t have a pH-balanced soap, you can use mild, fragrance-free soap instead.
Check to be sure the air holes are clean and open.
Store your cup in a cotton carry bag or storage case. Keep in a cool dry place.
Choosing Cup vs. Disc
The Disc and Cup have a lot in common- choosing between the two is up to you. Here are a few key distinctions:
|o||o||Premium medical grade silicone|
|o||Textured base for easy removal|
|o||Intuitive, patent-pending finger groove for easy removal|
|o||Uses suction to seal|
|o||Sits in the vaginal canal|
|o||Sits at the base of your cervix.|
|o||Self-empties while using the bathroom|
|o||o||Collects blood vs. absorbing it, reducing dryness and irritation|
|o||Period sex friendly|
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