Made with Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE), GU's menstrual cup warms in your body to fit to your contours, providing a unique fit and less chance of leaking. The raw TPE material can be reheated and reused, unlike its less cooler cousin silicone, whose raw material cannot be reused.
GU menstrual cups can be used for up to 2 years, saving you money and supporting our goal for a sustainable period experience for all who menstruate.
Size small: holds 17 ml, is 40 mm in diameter, and 62 mm in total length. Suitable for menstruators 18 or younger and who have not given birth vaginally.
Size medium: holds 25 ml, is 43 mm in diameter, and 67 mm in total length. Suitable for menstruators 25 or younger who have not given birth vaginally.
Size large: holds 30 ml, is 46 mm in diameter, and 67 mm in total length. Suitable for menstruators older than 25 or those who have given birth vaginally.
Check for more facts below.
- Medical grade TPE and pink masterbatch.
TPEMade with medical grade TPE (Thermoplastic elastomer) is a more eco-friendly alternative to the traditional silicone-based menstrual cup.
- Made without silicone, latex, BPA or phthalates.
How to use
Folding the cup
Inserting the cup
Removing the cup
Using your middle finger and thumb, press into both the sides of the cup so that the walls of the cup are touching. Next, fold the cup in half forming a ‘U’ shape.
Place a finger on the top edge of the cup and press inward to form a triangle.
While holding the cup folded with one hand, use the other hand to separate your labia and insert the cup toward the tailbone or base of the spine.
Once inserted, turn it 360° degrees by grabbing the base (above the stem). This will create a seal to prevent leaking.
Find a comfortable position sitting on the toilet, squatting or standing with one foot on the toilet and grab the base of the cup. Gently pull on the stem until the cup is outside of you enough to firmly hold its base.
Grab the base of the cup and gently move it side to side while pulling out.
Press the base of the cup with your index finger and thumb. This will break the seal and allow you to gently pull the cup out.