Menstrual Cup (Small)

Premium reusable menstrual cups made up of 100% medical grade silicone offering rash free and itchiness free experience.
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Menstrual Cup (Small)

Our ultra-thin panty liners provide daily protection against light spotting, discharge, or unexpected leaks. Made with super soft, hypoallergenic, and breathable materials, they keep you feeling fresh and comfortable all day. The adhesive backing ensures a secure fit, while the discreet design allows for everyday use without added bulk. Free from harmful chemicals, these panty liners are gentle on your skin and safe for the environment.


  • Pack of 25 Premium Cotton feel UltraSlim Pantyliners (180 mm)
  • Ultrathin and discreet design for everyday use
  • Super soft, hypoallergenic, and breathable materials for allday comfort
  • Adhesive backing for a secure fit
  • Suitable for light spotting, discharge, or backup protection
  • Free from harmful chemicals

How to Use

  • Fold: Fold the cup using your preferred folding method.
  • Insert: Insert the cup gently into vagina with folded side up, while pushing it upwards.
  • Remove: Pinch the stem of the cup and squeeze to release vacuum and gently pull it out.
  • Wash: Sterilise the cup in boiling water for 8 mins. Dry and cool before next use.

Care Instructions:

  • Clean the cup after each use with mild water.
  • Sterilize the cup by boiling it for 5-7 minutes.
  • Store the cup in the provided storage pouch in a cool, dry place.


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FAQs for Menstrual Cup S

You should empty your menstrual cup every 8-12 hours, depending on your flow.

Rinse the cup with cold water first, then wash it with warm water and a mild, unscented soap. Rinse well and pat dry before reinserting.

Yes, a menstrual cup can be worn overnight, as long as it's emptied before the 12-hour mark.

Menstrual cup sizes are typically based on factors such as age, childbirth history, and pelvic floor strength. Consult the sizing guidelines provided by the cup manufacturer.

It is generally safe to use a menstrual cup with an IUD. However, consult your healthcare provider for personalized advice.


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