The DivaCup empowers women to connect with their bodies and menstrual cycles like never before. Many women feel uneasy about changing their menstrual care routine. Years of dealing with the sights and odours of disposable tampons and pads cause the familiar reaction: “ick!”. Perfect for all activities (on air, land or sea), the DivaCup is easy to use and makes for a better period experience.
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- 12 hour leak-free protection!
- Made from the highest quality healthcare grade silicone to assure comfort and durability
- Does not contain any of the following: latex, plastic, PVC, acrylic, acrylate, BPA, phthalate, elastomer, polyethylene, and free of colors and dyes
- Reusable and eco-friendly – no waste, no chemicals
- Features extra grip ridges for easier removal
- Cleared for marketing by the US FDA and the Australian TGA and the only reusable menstrual cup allowed to be sold in Canada by Health Canada
- Diva International Inc. is the only ISO 13485:2003 certified menstrual cup manufacturer and head office in the world!
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Kim: a few months ago
I was sceptical at first, but after giving it a try I really like it. Easier to insert and remove than I thought it would be, just follow the directions provided. As others have said, I wouldn't want to remove it in a public washroom, but since you can wear it 12 hours that shouldn't be a problem most the time. Healthier, and better for the environment, I would definetly recommend.
Abby: a few months ago
If you insert this exactly how the pamphlet that comes with it says, you will be golden. It can take a bit of practice but once you find how to put it in properly, you get a tight seal and it is very comfortable to wear.
I still wear a panty liner just in case but if you have it inserted properly, you shouldn't have any leakage.
It is very easy to remove, just maybe a touch messy for your fingers, but that isn't a big deal at all. You will save so much money and not being throwing away needless packaging from pads or tampons. Give this a try, you will not be disappointed.
S: a few months ago
It is my first cycle using it. Sits low enough that it is easy to insert and remove actually. Can't tell it's in. Found minor discharge slips past it after a night of sleeping, and on heaviest day got a good 8 hours before noticed some staining getting past it on panty liner, so it's still a needed backup i find. Otherwise is it collecting the flow, rather messy to empty so i wipe out with toilet tissue before rinsing in sink. Once flow lets up a bit, i'm sure those 12 hours will be appreciated without worry. Never had issues with tampons (i still love you O.B!!) just wanted to try something different again.
Brooke: a few months ago
This takes some getting used to. I wouldn't time it to have to empty it in a public bathroom or at someone's house. It can be messy. But it is one of the best purchases I have ever made. Since having my children, my periods are very heavy. It's been very hard to manage with tampons and pads. I was finding that I would avoid going out at all for the first few days of my period. This has been wonderful and makes my periods more manageable. I would definitely recommend it to every woman.
Ramona: a few months ago
This is the gold-standard of menstrual cups available on the market. I have been using it for about 10 years and have never regretted the switch. Takes some getting used to at the beginning (2-3 menstrual cycles' worth) to get comfortable with. And the only draw-back is using it in public restrooms. Otherwise, amazing! Also, I use the DivaCup soap to clean it and replace the cup 1x/year - depending on how its stood up to wear and tear.
Note: enure you have the right size! I tried to stick to a size 1 after having my first baby via csection. That was not the right decision!