Top 11-20 Menstrual Cups – Reviews & Comparison
FemmeCup ® Menstrual Cup
The Femmecup is a menstrual cup produced and manufactured out of the U.K. since 2008. However since its initial debut on the market, the Femmecup has been revamped as of 2011 with a new sleeker look, shorter stem, and better design. The Femmecup is offered in only one size, and comes in the translucent, clear shade when purchased. The Femmecup features a silicone-based rim, cup, and stem and is hypo-allergenic, biocompatible and certified for meeting all of the necessary standards and safety for this type of medical device.
Juju ® Menstrual Cup
The Juju Menstrual Cup is manufactured in Australia by Freedom Products and has just recently entered the market in 2011. It features a menstrual cup made from medical-grade silicone that is 100% safe & biocompatible for its intended purpose. The Juju menstrual cup is offered in a clear-cup hue, and is available in two sizes (Model 1 and Model 2.) Although- the Juju cup is new to the feminine hygiene market, it is making strides in reaching the mainstream as a viable quality-made menstrual cup.
Ruby Cup ® Menstrual Cup
The Ruby Cup was invented in 2011 by three women on a mission to bring modern “period care” to the limelight and social forefront. It is manufactured in Berlin and Kenya by the Company Makit and sold by hundreds of vendors and retailers all over the world. The Ruby Cup is a menstrual cup made out of intimately safe silicone and is available in only a single size. Additionally, the Ruby Cup does offer two colors (blue and pink) – besides the clear/matte finish Ruby Cup classic.
MenstroCup ® Menstrual Cup
Menstrocup is manufactured and made by the company Femogene. It is manufactured in China but claimed as an official USA-made product. It was introduced to the menstrual cup market in 2015 and has gradually become more and more known. It is offered in one translucent shade, and 2 sizes (small and large). It is composed of high-grade silicone that is FDA approved and BPA free. It features an alterable stem that is short and flat.
Super Jennie ® Menstrual Cup
The Super Jennie is a USA oriented menstrual cup that was released to the market in 2014. Although when it was first introduced it was only offered in a single size small, the Super Jennie is now available in two unique sizes (large and small.) The Super Jennie is comprised of FDA approved, medical-grade silicone. It is a softer menstrual cup with a short, round stem. It available at the moment in three colors – the clear-translucent, teal and blue.
BlossomCup ® Menstrual Cup
The Blossom Cup, is a menstrual cup product just launched this year. It is manufactured in the United States and offers a high-grade, silicone menstrual cup in two sizes (S- Small, and L-Large.) It is also available in 3 different colors (pink, blue, and purple) and the standard clear cup. Its stem is short only measuring at 10 mm. The Blossom Cup is surprisingly gaining notoriety as more women become aware of its existence.
Lena Cup ® Menstrual Cup
The Lena Cup was just released to the public in July, 2015. It is Made in the USA and offers a menstrual cup that is BPA Free, made of Medical-Standard silicone, and that has been FDA approved. It is available in 2 different sizes (Small and Large) and is designed with a flat stem. This menstrual cup also like the LolaCup is only available in a light pink color. The Lena Cup is made for woman by a woman and is named after the woman who developed the cup.
Lola Cup ® Menstrual Cup
The LolaCup, menstrual cup originally was founded in Tenerife (Canary Islands), but it is manufactured and produced in Midland, Mi. It is a USA manufactured, medical-grade, FDA approved menstrual cup product that is offered in 2 convenient sizes and is offered only in its signature satin, pink-hue. It is offered in duo packs only (2 in each) and has instructions, and a cotton storage pouch with purchase. The product is sold mainly through Amazon, and is available to residents in the U.K and Unites States.
Dutchess Cup ® Menstrual Cup
The Dutchess Cup, menstrual cup was first introduced in 2014. It originated in the United States but is manufactured and distributed in China. This menstrual cup is offered in a pack of 2 (1 Pink and 1 Purple cup included.) As most commonly among menstrual cups, the ‘Dutchess’ is offered in 2 unique sizes (Size A and Size B.) It is composed of medical-grade silicone, and features a short thin stem which can be trimmed to fit.
LadyCup ® Menstrual Cup
The Ladycup menstrual cup is manufactured in Europe (has the EU seal), but is under Swiss management and was the first menstrual cup brand to introduce colored menstrual cups to the market. The Ladycup menstrual cup is available in two convenient sizes (Small and Large), 13 colors, and in a variety of single packs, duo packs, gift sets, and more that include other Ladycup accessories and products. The Ladycup is sold all over the world, and is renowned for its glossy colored cups, modern design, and excellent performance as a menstrual protective aid.
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Page: PantyProp ® Period Panties
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Page: DivaCup ® Menstrual Cup
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Page: OrganiCup ® Menstrual Cup
By: ingrid Date: 2017-01-20 12:20:16
"I love my organicup. I am a virgin, and but didn't have any problems inserting the a-cup. However you are a bit clumsy in the beginning and should expect using a little time to insert and emptying it ..." Read More »
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