JuJu Cup

$ 55.00

The JuJu cup is the only Australian made and owned menstrual cup. Made from high quality medical grade silicone, and designed in consultation with ergonomists and gynaecologists, the JuJu delivers Australian women a comfortable, quality, and cost effective feminine hygiene alternative.

SKU: JC0158 Category:

Product Description

JuJu Cup Reusable Menstrual CupJuJu menstrual cup

The JuJu cup is the only Australian made and owned menstrual cup. In conjunction with leading ergonomists and gynaecologists, the JuJu Cup was designed in such a way as to ensure superior wearing comfort, and ease of cleaning. JuJu are committed to protecting the environment, and for this reason, they utilise low-impact silicone moulding methods throughout the production of JuJu Cups, and all packaging is made from recycled, carbon neutral paper. The Juju Cup has been awarded:

  • 2013 Green Lifestyle Magazines wellbeing Product of the Year
  • 2014 Telstra Business Awards Finalist
  • 2014 Eco Parents Australia Product of the Year

JuJu Cup Features:

  • Made from high quality medical grade silicone
  • Hypo-allergenic and latex free
  • Free from colours and dyes
  • Pointy stem
  • Can be worn for up to 12 hours and overnight
  • Available in 2 sizes: Model 1 and Model 2
  • Each Juju Cup comes with a carry pouch and detailed usage instructions
  • Juju Cups are manufactured according to strict International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) Standards
  • Listed in the ARTG (ID: 180153)
  • Australian Made and Owned

If you have any gynaecological concerns please seek the advice of your medical practitioner prior to using JuJu to see if it is suitable for you.

ALWAYS READ THE LABEL AND USE ONLY AS DIRECTED. IF SYMPTOMS OCCUR, PLEASE SEE YOUR DOCTOR/HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL

JuJu is available in two models and can be used by women of all ages.

JuJu Cup models

Whilst there are no hard and fast rules for selecting a model size, model selection is generally based on childbearing history but many other factors such as anatomy, age and pelvic floor tone may influence your cup size selection.

Childbearing

The following table is a guide to model numbers based on childbearing history;
 

ModelFor
1Women who HAVE NOT had a vaginal birth
2Women who HAVE had a vaginal birth

Please note that the sizing recommendations should be used as a guide only.
 
If you have had a caesarean birth a Model 1 or Model 2 JuJu may be suitable.
 
When selecting a Model number, please also consider the other factors below in conjunction with childbrearing history.

 

Pelvic floor tone and exercise

If you have particularly strong pelvic floor tone due to practicing regular kegel exercises or other activities such as pilates, yoga or dance you may wish to consider a Model 1, regardless of childbearing history or age.
 
If you have had vaginal corrective surgery you may wish to consider a Model 1.

Virgins and young women

A Model 1 JuJu is recommended for virgins and sexually active young women.

Build

If you have a petite or small build, you may wish to consider a Model 1 JuJu.
If you have a larger build, you may wish to consider a Model 2 JuJu.

Anatomy

If you have a low cervix or short vaginal canal, a Model 1 may suit you well.
If you have high cervix or long vaginal canal, a Model 2 may be better suited to your anatomy.
If you have any gynaecological concerns, such as a particularly long or narrow vaginal canal, we recommend you seek the advice of your medical practitioner prior to using JuJu to see if it is suitable for you.

Age

Some women may lose vaginal and pelvic floor tone due to hormonal changes or age. In this case a Model 2 may be a preferred choice.

 
You may also find our Menstrual Cup General Sizing Guidelines helpful

JuJu Cup Model Specifications

ModelCapacityDiameterLength (Rim to cup base)Length (Rim to stem)
120ml40mm46mm65mm
230ml46mm50mm69mm

How to use your JuJu Cup

Inserting
Step 1: WashWash your hands with soap and warm water. Rinse your hands thoroughly and then rinse your JuJu in running water, as it's easier to insert when wet. You can use water or a water-based lubricant on the entrance of your vagina, or you can insert your JuJu in the shower.JuJu Cup step 1
Step 2: FoldFold your JuJu into a 'c' shape using both hands - flatten two sides together then fold it over itself.JuJu Cup step 2
Step 3: HoldHold your JuJu firmly in your dominant hand, below the upper rim. Spread your legs and gently part your labia (skin around the vagina) with your free hand. Make sure the round side of the ‘c’ is facing up.JuJu Cup step 3
Step 4: InsertInsert your JuJu slowly into your vaginal opening, with the ‘c’ side up. Direct it back towards the base of your spine, at a 45% angle, not straight up. Stop as soon as the cup and stem are not visible. You can insert your JuJu from a sitting, squatting, standing (with one leg raised) or kneeling position, whatever is most comfortable for you. The easiest way for most first time users is to squat down with the knees spread open.JuJu Cup step 4
Step 5: EnsureEnsure the cup has opened by either swirling your finger around the outside of the cup or you can try to rotate your cup to ensure there is a good seal. If your cup has not opened, you can try to do a few pelvic floor exercises to open it or re-insert and check it again. Wash your hands with soap and warm water.JuJu Cup step 5
Removing
Step 1: WashWash your hands with warm water and soap. Relax - removal is easier if you are not tense.

NOTE: Do not try to remove your JuJu by pulling on the stem as this will increase the suction seal and make removal more difficult. Removing your cup by pulling the stem may also cause the stem to break.
JuJu Cup step 1
Step 2: RemoveRemove your JuJu from a comfortable position. Squatting will shorten the vagina and make it easier to remove. Relax your vaginal muscles - relaxing your jaw will also help relax the rest of your body. Feel for the base of your JuJu. If you cannot feel your JuJu at the opening of your vagina, bear down slightly to push it lower. Gently tug on the stem until you can squeeze the base of the cup to break the suction seal. Fold your JuJu into a slim shape as you slowly pull one side out first and then tilt it and release the other side. Once removed, keep your JuJu upright to avoid spilling fluid.
JuJu Cup remove step 2
Step 3: EmptyEmpty the contents into the toilet. Wash your JuJu in the sink with warm water and a fragrance-free, oil-free soap and then rinse it thoroughly. If a sink is not available, you can wipe your JuJu clean with toilet paper or rinse with water from a bottle.JuJu Cup remove step 3
Step 4: Re-insertRe-insert your JuJu and wash your hands with soap and warm water.JuJu Cup step 4

Cleaning your JuJu Cup

CleanWash your JuJu with a fragrance-free, oil-free soap, warm water and a soft cloth or brush to remove any residual build up.

Ensure that the tiny holes at the top of your JuJu are clear as they help form and release the seal. The holes can be cleaned by squirting water through them or carefully use a toothpick (discard after use) to remove any debris.

Thoroughly rinse your cup.

At the end of your cycle, you can then disinfect your cup.
DisinfectAt the end of your cycle when you have finished using your cup, boil your JuJu in a pot of water for 3 - 5 minutes (never boil JuJu for more than 5 minutes).
StoreRinse and dry your JuJu before putting it back in its own carry-bag until your next period. Always store JuJu in a ventilated area; never keep in a plastic bag or airtight container as moisture cannot evaporate without airflow and your cup will not dry properly.

Over time, you might notice some discolouration of your JuJu. If this occurs you can cleanse your JuJu with isopropyl rubbing alcohol.

If you notice any rips, tears or changes in the texture of your JuJu, it’s time to replace it.

Introduction to the JuJu cup

Origami Fold with the JuJu Cup

Labia Fold with the JuJu Cup