Menstrual Cup by Hey Girls

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Available in 2 sizes.


You buy one, Hey Girls donate one (find out more here: https://www.heygirls.co.uk/about/hey-girls-social-impact/)

  • Easy to clean
  • Wear day or night
  • Small: moderate absorbency
  • Large: heavy absorbency
  • Holds 4-5 tampons
  • Change every 10-12 hours

This Latex free period cup is a reusable alternative to disposable menstrual products. Simply insert like a tampon and leave the cup in place for up to 12 hours.


Made with:

  • 100% medical-grade silicone

Made without:

  • Latex
  • Phthalates
  • BPA
  • Dioxins
  • Perfumes
  • Bleaches
  • Toxins

Dimensions:

  • Small - 7cm in length with a 4cm diameter
  • Large - 7.5cm in length with a 4.5 diameter

What's my size?

  • Small - if you are 25 or under or have not given birth vaginally.
  • Large - If you are over 25 or have given birth vaginally.

SAFETY FIRST! If you have an IUD, the cup may not be  the right product for you. If you have a contraceptive coil, always  consult with your GP before using.


How to care for your menstrual cup

  • Sterilise it properly before using your cup for the first time. You can either use Hey Girls sterilising pot (microwave safe) or put it in a clean mug or bowl filled with  boiling water. Leave the cup to bathe for a few minutes, and always make sure  it’s air-dried cool enough before using.
  • Always sterilise before first use and after last use. You can rinse with clean water in-between changes.

Hey Girls are good for you 

They design their products with you in mind; concept and comfort are key 

Hey Girls are good for society 

All profits go towards funding the fight for equal periods for everyone 

Hey Girls are good for nature 

All their products are responsibly sourced and made from sustainable materials 

Hey Girls are good for equality

Their core mission is to provide quality period products for everyone who needs it 

Hey Girls are good for change

They have donated millions of period products to vulnerable communities UK-wide

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