The DivaCup - Model 2
The DivaCup is a reusable, bell-shaped menstrual cup that is worn internally and sits low in the vaginal canal, collecting rather than absorbing your menstrual flow. Menstrual cups have existed since the 1930s when women were searching for an alternative to the choices of the time. Yet, its breakthrough into the feminine hygiene industry is much more recent.

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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Nicole: a few months ago

Takes a little while to get used to inserting and taking out, but great product overall! Nice to know it's healthier and safer compared to the standard bleached tampons and pads. So far no leaks, but I felt better having a panty liner too, just incase. Only drawback is that you really can't change this in a public washroom with stalls, because you'd be in and out of the stall, washing your hands and washing the cup before re-inserting. You need to make sure you're home to change it - but it only needs to be changed 2-3 times/day, so works fine for me. Only used for 1 cycle so far. Oh, and I didn't realize until I read the instructions, you need to be careful about what kind of soap you use to wash it. Needs to be mild, scent-free, chemical-free, and water-based (no oil). Diva wash is great, but you can use other kinds too.

J: a few months ago

Heard great things about this product for years, but have not used it yet. I am waiting for my cycle to come back post-pregnancy.

Chérine Stevula: a few months ago

This is my second Diva Cup, I had to replace my first one after 7 years. had the lowest price with free shipping, it was a great deal! Can't wait to use it!

MINOH: a few months ago

I love my Diva Cup. I couldn't imagine using anything else during my menstrual cycle, and have been a Diva Cup user for many years. It's so easy to use and so much better for your body and the environment!

Emily: a few months ago

Would recommend. Can get a bit messy so don't know how that would fair in a public washroom. But I do overall like this product.

Jennifer: a few months ago

Took a few tries to get used to but I love it and wouldn't go back. I have a heavy flow and I can't wear tampons.

Catrina: a few months ago

Looks intimidating at first, but was quite easy to use, and works. Definitely would recommend.

Jessica: a few months ago

Love love love it. Took a little getting used to but I will never go back to pads/tampons!

Charlotte: a few months ago

I have been using my diva cup now for 5 years. This product my seems scary at first, but it will save you time and money. Follow the directions as
Provided, and you are free- swimming, biking, sleeping! No more non sense about where the bathroom is, just in case.

Emma: a few months ago

The first try could be messy. But when you get use to it it's the best thing that could append to periods. No more tampons or pads.

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