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INTRODUCING

the cora cup

For women fearlessly exploring sustainable period care, the Cora Cup is designed to be the most comfortable and simple-to-use cup, possibly ever. Intuitive finger grip and soft silicone make it easy to fold and insert. The textured base allows for slip-free grip and spill-free removal.

introducing

the cora cup

For women fearlessly exploring sustainable period care, the Cora Cup is designed to be the most comfortable and simple-to-use cup, possibly ever. Intuitive finger grip and soft silicone make it easy to fold and insert. The textured base allows for slip-free grip and spill-free removal.

what people are saying

So easy to use and I LOVE that it’s sustainable and eco friendly. Win win. No leaks and very comfortable too!

— PRISCILLA T.

My experience with the Cora Cup was so much better than I expected. I definitely recommend this cup to everyone!

— PAIGE L.

I was surprised at how comfortable the Cora Cup was during the day and night, including for several dance classes.

— STEPHANIE H.

what people are saying

So easy to use and I LOVE that it’s sustainable and eco friendly. Win win. No leaks and very comfortable too!

— PRISCILLA T.

My experience with the Cora Cup was so much better than I expected. I definitely recommend this cup to all people who menstruate!

— PAIGE L.

I was surprised at how comfortable the Cora Cup was during the day and night, including for several dance classes.

— STEPHANIE H.

THE CORA CUP

+ PREMIUM VEGAN LEATHER CLUTCH

$39

THE CORA CUP

+ PREMIUM VEGAN LEATHER CLUTCH

$39

wear for 12 hours

(even while sleeping).

lasts for 10 years

(better for the environment and your wallet).

toxin-free

(made with medical grade silicone).

wear for 12 hours

(even while sleeping).

lasts for 10 years

(better for the environment and your wallet).

toxin-free

(made with medical grade silicone).


choosing the right size

not sure if your flow is light or heavy?

If you’ve used high absorbency pads or tampons in the past and/or needed to change product at least every 2-3 hours, you probably have a heavier flow and should consider the Size 2 cup. If you have a sensitive bladder, strong vaginal muscles, or a low cervix (you can ask your doctor if you don’t know!), you might be more comfortable with the Size 1 cup. If you’ve given birth, your cervix may have changed position and/or your flow may have changed, so be sure to keep that in mind and ask your doctor if you’re unsure.

perfect fit guarantee

Choose the best fit for your body based on the Perfect Fit Size Guide. When in doubt, choose Size 1. 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.

HOW TO

insert the cora cup

Although a cup can be intimidating at first, a cup is the same length as a regular tampon and with a little practice is just as easy as a tampon to insert and remove.

choosing the right size

not sure if your flow is light or heavy?

If you’ve used high absorbency pads or tampons in the past and/or needed to change product at least every 2-3 hours, you probably have a heavier flow and should consider the Size 2 cup. If you have a sensitive bladder, strong vaginal muscles, or a low cervix (you can ask your doctor if you don’t know!), you might be more comfortable with the Size 1 cup. If you’ve given birth, your cervix may have changed position and/or your flow may have changed, so be sure to keep that in mind and ask your doctor if you’re unsure.

perfect fit guarantee

Choose the best fit for your body based on the Perfect Fit Size Guide. When in doubt, choose Size 1. 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.

HOW TO

insert the cora cup

Although a cup can be intimidating at first, a cup is the same length as a regular tampon and with a little practice is just as easy as a tampon to insert and remove.

If it’s your first time using your Cora Cup, you’ll need to sterilize it. Bring a pot of water to boil, place your cup in the water and let it boil for 5-7 minutes. Remove the cup with tongs and allow it to cool completely before use.

If it’s your first time using your Cora Cup, you’ll need to sterilize it. Bring a pot of water to boil, place your cup in the water and let it boil for 5-7 minutes. Remove the cup with tongs and allow it to cool completely before use.

Fold your cup using one of the folds shown below. The finger indent will help guide your fold.

HOW TO

insert the
cora cup

Although a cup can be intimidating at first, a cup is the same length as a regular tampon and with a little practice is just as easy as a tampon to insert and remove.

If it’s your first time using your Cora Cup, you’ll need to sterilize it. Bring a pot of water to boil, place your cup in the water and let it boil for 5-7 minutes. Remove the cup with tongs and allow it to cool completely before use.

Wash your hands and the cup with pH-balanced soap before every use. If you don’t have pH-balanced soap, you can wash it with mild, fragrance-free soap.

PUSH-DOWN FOLD

Push the side of the cup with the finger indent down and into the cup.

C-FOLD

Flatten the cup and bring the ends together so the rim forms a “C” shape.

7-FOLD

Flatten the cup and bring one end down so the rim looks like the number 7.

Fold your cup using one of the folds shown below. The finger indent will help guide your fold.

Fold your cup using one of the folds shown below. The finger indent will help guide your fold.

PUSH-DOWN FOLD

Push the side of the cup with the finger indent down and into the cup.

C-FOLD

Flatten the cup and bring the ends together so the rim forms a “C” shape.

7-FOLD

Flatten the cup and bring one end down so the rim looks like the number 7.

Sitting, squatting, or with one leg raised, gently separate your labia with your free hand.

Relax your pelvic muscles and guide the cup into your vagina, slightly upward and toward your tailbone. Keep the cup folded until it is entirely inside of your vagina. 

Sitting, squatting, or with one leg raised, gently separate your labia with your free hand.

Sitting, squatting, or with one leg raised, gently separate your labia with your free hand.

Relax your pelvic muscles and guide the cup into your vagina, slightly upward and toward your tailbone. Keep the cup folded until it is entirely inside of your vagina. 

Gently release your folded cup, allowing it to pop open and seal to your vaginal walls. Holding the base, rotate the cup to help it seal. If it’s difficult to rotate, it is sealed correctly. You can also tug gently on the stem—if you feel a slight suction, it is sealed correctly.

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