Anae Menstrual Cup

Size: Small
Sale price€18,90

Delivery within 1 to 3 working days.


The menstrual cup is a wonderful alternative to tampons or pads - it can be reused monthly for up to 10 years, saving you a lot of money in the long run! Menstrual cups are cheaper and more environmentally friendly than disposable products and feel much more comfortable for many women. A must for a waste-free, Zero Waste lifestyle.

The cups can be worn without any problems while exercising and swimming. The material used is made of 100% medical grade silicone, does not require latex components and is therefore hypoallergenic. The silicone used can remain in the human body for up to 30 days. It contains no phthalates, bleaches or dyes.

About the cup:

  • 100% medical grade silicone
  • Transparent
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Latex and rubber free
  • Without perfumes, phthalates, bleach
  • Sustainable and therefore environmentally friendly and cost-effective
  • The material feels smooth and is very soft
  • The calyx is elongated, smooth inside, slightly rounded at the top.
  • The stem is closed, soft and flexible and relatively short. The rounded shape makes it easy to pack
  • The package contains a cup, detailed instructions and an organic cotton bag for storage and use.

Product information

Cup dimensions:

Menstrual cup size S (16 ml): Suitable for young women with light bleeding. Dimensions without grip 46 x 38 mm.
Menstrual cup size M (21 ml): Suitable for normal bleeding. Dimensions without grip 49 x 41 mm.
Menstrual cup size L (28 ml): Suitable for mothers and heavy bleeding. Dimensions without handle: 52 x 44 mm.

Ingredients: Medical platinum silicone.


  • Before first use and at the end of monthly use, the menstrual cup must be sterilized. You then boil some water in a pan and leave the cup in there for a few minutes.
  • The cup must be folded for insertion. To do this, the top edge is pressed so that it folds slightly in half. You fix it between your fingers and do not place it too deeply. You're not supposed to feel it. Once in the body, the cup unfolds to create a slight vacuum. This way the cup stays in place comfortably, does not slip and collects all the blood.
  • The cup must be removed again after a maximum of 12 hours. Gently pull on the stem until you can gently squeeze the bottom of the cup. This releases the vacuum and releases the cup. You can now take it out, empty it, rinse it and re-insert it if desired.

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