The Pelvi Menstrual cup is an easy, convenient, ecological, and inexpensive alternative to tampons and pads. Menstrual cups will help you re-think the way you manage your period. A cup can collect 3-4 times more fluid than tampons meaning you can go longer between changes. When correctly sized and inserted, a cup should not leak or move, and will help make exercising and swimming a breeze.
The XS or Teen Pelvi Cup is a great introduction to menstrual cups for younger women and teen girls. Made from medical grade TPE, it is soft, easy to fold, and much smaller than regular sized menstrual cups. It is one of the only menstrual cups that can be rolled nearly as thin as a tampon.
Pelvi Cup Features:
- Manufactured from Soft Medical Grade TPE which is easy to fold and fully recyclable
- Silicone, latex, BPA, and phthalates free
- Grip rings at base of the cup to assist removal
- Short grip stem to help with removal without reducing comfort
- Smooth seamless design for easy cleaning
- Easy to use and comfortable
- Ecological and inexpensive
- Each Pelvi cup comes with a satin storage pouch
- Australian owned company. Made in Spain and FDA and CE approved
Pelvi Cup Teen
The Teen size Pelvi is best suited to women under the age of 20, first time menstrual cup users, or women who would usually prefer mini tampons.
Length (including stem): 60mm
Max. Volume: 17ml
Pelvi Cup Quick Start Guide
- Sanitise before first use
- Thoroughly wash your hands before use
- Fold the cup and insert into the lower part of your vagina
- Check and empty every 4-12 hours
- To remove, don’t just pull; gently squeeze the base of the cup and then remove
- Thoroughly wash and sanitise
- Store clean and dry in the included pouch
- Menstrual cups are not a contraceptive and do not protect against sexually transmitted diseases or pregnancy.
- Wash your Menstrual Cup with a mild oil free soap that contains no perfumes.
- At the end of your period wash the cup thoroughly and sterilise in boiling water for 2-3 minutes.
- Keep the cup in the storage bag and in a dry and well vented place.
- Learning to use a menstrual cup can take a few cycles. While getting used to the Menstrual Cup it is a good idea to use a pantyliner as a backup. It may take some practice to get used to, but soon you will become comfortable with insertion and removal.