The DivaCup is a reusable, bell-shaped menstrual cup that's easy to use, comfortable, and reduces waste.
- 12 hour leak-free protection!
- Made from the highest quality medical-grade silicone to assure comfort and durability.
- Does not contain any of the following: latex, plastic, PVC, acrylic, acrylate, BPA, phthalate, elastomer, polyethylene, and free of colors and dyes.
- Reusable and eco-friendly – no waste, no chemicals.
- Features extra grip ridges for easier removal.
- Cleared for marketing by the US FDA and the Australian TGA and the only reusable menstrual cup allowed to be sold in Canada by Health Canada.
What Size Should You Choose?
0: You are new to the world of periods and 18 years of age or younger.
1: You are between the ages of 19 and 30 and have a medium menstrual flow.
2: You are over the age of 30 and/or have a heavier menstrual flow.
Wash + Care:
Before first use, it is important to submerge the DivaCup in an open pot of boiling water for 5-10 minutes. Before insertion and after removal, you must also wash your DivaCup using the DivaWash or warm water and a mild, unscented, water-based (oil-free) soap. When ready to insert, be sure to always thoroughly wash your hands with warm water and soap. Remember to empty and wash your DivaCup at least twice a day, a minimum of every 12 hours. If you are unable to wash the DivaCup after removal (for instance when using a public restroom), wash your hands thoroughly before entering the stall, empty the contents in the toilet and simply use a dry or damp tissue to clean the cup. At the next convenient time, clean as per the above instructions. When traveling, or otherwise, always wash the cup using potable (safe to drink) water.
Note: The four holes under the rim of your DivaCup are of vital importance. They create the seal that secures the cup in place. If the holes need extra cleaning, we suggest that you gently stretch each hole under warm running water to remove any debris. You can also soak the cup in warm water for a few minutes then use a soft toothbrush (specifically designated only for the cup) for this. You can use a toothpick (discarding after use), as well. We do not suggest a pin as it may cause damage to the cup.