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Ruby Cup

(121 customer reviews)

$ 39.95

The Ruby Cup is a simple little cup that quite literally makes a world of difference. Made from 100% medical grade silicone, the Ruby Cup is comfortable, convenient and registered with the Vegan Society. Best of all, when you BUY a Ruby Cup, they GIVE a Ruby Cup to a girl in a third world country.

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What is the Ruby Cup?

Ruby Cup is a healthier, more sustainable, cost-effective, and eco-friendly alternative to pads and tampons. Made from 100% soft, medical-grade silicone, this menstrual cup is comfortable, hygienic and it is reusable for up to 10 years. Best of all, for every Ruby cup you purchase, another cup is donated to a girl in need.

Ruby Cup Features:

  • Made from 100% medical grade silicone
  • Free from plastics, latex, toxins and bleaches
  • Grip rings at the base of the cup for easier removal
  • Measuring lines printed on the cup for fluid loss monitoring
  • Firm, easy-grip stem to aid in removing your cup
  • Registered with the Vegan society
  • Holds 3 times the capacity of a super tampon, meaning you can wear the cup for up to 8 hours (depending on your level of flow)
  • Comes with an organic cotton storage bag for convenience and includes usage instructions
  • Available in 6 great colours: Clear, Blue, Pink, Purple, Black or Red

Buy One, Give One Programme:

Ruby Cup are committed to making periods better for women around the world. For every Ruby Cup sold, they will donate one to a girl in a developing country. Through this simple act of generosity, the life of a girl who may not have access to appropriate sanitary care is drastically improved. Every woman deserves to manage her period safely and with dignity. Learn more about how and where Ruby distribute cups here.

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Size Guide:

The Ruby Cup is available in 2 sizes.

SMALL: recommended if you have a light to medium flow, and low to average height cervix.

MEDIUM: is recommended if you have a medium to heavy flow and an average to high cervix.

Choosing a Ruby Cup Size

You may also find the following resources helpful:

What is your cervix height?

Determining your Amount of Flow

How to use the Ruby Cup:

Be sure to boil your Ruby cup for 2-3 minutes before using it for the first time. You can also sterilise it using the Ruby Clean microwave steriliser. When starting out on your menstrual cup journey, be patient and relax. It can take a couple of cycles to get used to your new cup.


  1. Always wash your hands before insertion or removal of your Ruby Cup
  2. Fold the cup into the ‘C-fold’ (or your other favourite type of fold)
  3. Gently push the Ruby cup into your vagina so that it is positioned underneath your cervix. Head towards the tip of your tailbone rather than in a ‘straight up’ angle.
  4. Once inserted, allow the cup to ‘pop’ open and create a suction seal around the vaginal wall.


  1. Wash your hands
  2. Gently pull the stem with your fingers and use your stomach muscles to ‘bear down’ and move the Ruby cup downwards until you can grasp the base of the cup.
  3. Squeeze the base of the cup to release the suction and then carefully remove it.
  4. Empty, rinse, and reinsert. If you can’t access any water for rinsing your cup, simply wipe it with some toilet tissue. You can then rinse it properly when next able.

Depending on your level of flow, you may need to empty your cup every 4-8 hours.

How to Clean the Ruby Cup:

During your cycle, simply rinse your cup with cold water every time you empty it. It is then ready to re-insert. You do not need to disinfect your cup between uses during your period.

At the end of your cycle, it is recommended to disinfect your cup before storing it away until next time. Rinse your cup and then immerse in a pan or pot of water. Boil for 3-5 minutes being careful that the cup doesn’t touch the base of the pan. You can also sterilise the Ruby cup in the microwave using the portable and handy Ruby Clean Sterilizer.

After sterilising, ensure the cup is completely dry before storing it away in its cotton bag. It should be stored in such a way that it receives some ventilation, so avoid keeping your cup in an airtight container.

Cup Size

Small, Medium


Clear, Blue, Pink, Purple, Red, Black


Small: 24ml (2-3 tampons)
Medium: 34ml (3-4 tampons)


Small: 40mm Diameter, 65mm Total Length, 19mm Stem Length
Medium: 45mm Diameter, 68mm Total Length, 17mm Stem Length

121 reviews for Ruby Cup

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  1. Tory (verified owner)

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    Still getting use to it cause it can be tricky to get use to, but definitely happy I switched

  2. Kandice (verified owner)

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  3. Julie (verified owner)

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    I chose to move to a cup because it is more sustainable. I’ve only used it for one cycle but found it easy to use and didn’t feel it at all (whereas sometimes I would be aware of a tampon). I had a little leakage in the first few days read up on how to avoid leaks and it was all sorted! Removing the cup can be a little uncomfortable but I think with continued use it will become much easier. It is very simple, comfortable and worth changing to.

  4. Anonymous (verified owner)

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    I have a Diva cup that took time to get used to, so I expect the Ruby will take a while to get used to as well.
    Having said that, don’t give up if you find the cup awkward at first, it is worth it in the end. Think of the money and environmental benefits, and the other girls around the world you are helping who are less fortunate.

  5. Cristina (verified owner)

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    I love my ruby cup. It was super easy to get started and for me, it lasts all day or all night. Only thing is I find it quite frustrating to take out, but as it’s my first cup, I guess that will just become easier in time with more practise. (Long nails don’t help!)
    Happy I finally made the change to a cup. No more buying tampons. Oh and ZERO cramps while using. Amazing! Still had a few pre-menstrual cramps but none at all throughout the period. That’s pretty awesome.

  6. Anonymous (verified owner)

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    A very well made cup! Only negative thing I say is that is a bit too firm for me.

  7. Kylee M. (verified owner)

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    I bought the Ruby Cup because I liked that one cup was then getting donated to women and girls who need it. The cup itself is great, although I will only use this one for light days. I’ve had a few mishaps, such as dropping it down the loo but with a Ruby Cup steriliser, no problems (just gross getting it out of the loo haha!) It was difficult to insert the first time (trial run) with some panic when I couldn’t locate it to get it out (long cervix, obviously!) but by the time I got my period, it was manageable. I think it was the wrong size for me because I found when it was at near capacity, I could feel the suction release and then I’d have to rush very quickly to the loo. I prefer for myself the PelviCup, which is a bit softer to insert and better for my needs (over 40, had children, heavy periods).
    But I’d recommend the Ruby Cup to others due to price, quality and it’s commitment to helping others.

  8. Lisa B. (verified owner)

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    Minor leakage on heaviest day, but overall very happy with my rubycup

  9. Jane (verified owner)

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    Only used for one cycle so far. Happy with it but haven’t tried others

  10. Erin (verified owner)

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    I’m so glad I have converted to a menstrual cup, while it’s a little new/uncomfortable figuring out the ins and outs, I’ll never ever go back to pads or tampons. Ever.

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