Our 3rd generation cup. Softer, more grip, anti-overflow edge, and improved texture. The most advanced cup in the world, based on feedback from 100s of women. So you can make the most of your day.
A menstrual cup offers more comfort, is more durable and hygienic compared to sanitary pads or tampons. Bamboozy menstrual cups are safe and made of the highest quality medical silicone. The natural shape of our menstrual cup gives better comfort and less irritation than other menstrual cups on the market.
Why menstrual cups?
✔ No unnecessary dirt generation (zero-waste and environmentally friendly)
✔ Less chance of leakage
✔ No unpleasant odours
✔ Less susceptible to bacterial and fungal infections
✔ Absorbs up to 5 times more than a tampon
✔ Usable throughout your menstrual cycle
Why Bamboozy menstrual cups?
✔ The most advanced cup in the world
✔ Finger indentation with extra grip
✔ Anti-overflow edge for a less messy take-out moment
✔ Comfortable: Natural curves and shapes for less irritation like Organicup
✔ Safe: 100% Medical grade silicone, RoHS, SGS 2023 labels
✔ Free of BPA, lead, chemicals, and plastics
✔ Optionally available Bamboozy steriliser cleaning cup
✔ E-book for beginners
Which size cup is suitable for me?
Bamboozy has 3 sizes, size S, size M, and size L. Size M we recommend for women aged 30 and under and have not had childbirth. Size L we recommend for women over 30 -or- women who have given birth. The content is comparable to 3 tampons of liquid. Size S is for teenagers. In doubt between size M or L? Then we recommend size M for you.
Cup size can be linked to the strength of your pelvic floor that holds your cup in place, but it's not just related to the number of pilates classes you've done, your pelvic floor can weaken for many reasons, including pregnancy, childbirth and simply because of the change in hormone levels as we age.
Once practised properly, you may find that both sizes are comfortable.
Is using menstrual cups also likely to cause TSS?
No product is 100% immune from the risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome, including menstrual cups, but the risk is a lot less. This is because menstrual cups do not affect your mucous membrane. A cup does not absorb but only catches.
How do I insert the cup?
Step 1: Wash your hands well before use.
Step 2: Fold the cup so that it forms a "C".
Step 3: Insert the cup, it is best to insert it horizontally.
Step 4: The cup will unfold itself (you may need to twist it first)
Step 5: A properly inserted cup forms a vacuum and will therefore not leak through.
How do I remove the cup?
Step 1: Wash your hands thoroughly again
Step 2: Do not pull the cup out by the stem, but squeeze the lower part of the cup and move it from left to right so that you can break the vacuum
Step 3: Make sure the cup stays upright
Step 4: Empty the contents into your toilet or sink
You can find a detailed explanation on how to insert and remove the cup in our e-book for beginners.
How do I replace the cup in public areas?
This is one of the trickiest points regarding the use of a menstrual cup. If you have found your fit, we recommend the following method if you want to empty your cup in a public place. Buy an extra cup and take the clean cup with you in a pouch or waterproof bag that we use for our washable sanitary pads. Rinse the cup clean before entering the toilet. Empty the used cup and wrap it in toilet paper and store it in a (waterproof) bag. Then insert your other cup and clean your used cup and bag at home.
Can I keep the menstrual cup in all day?
Remove and empty your cup after 12 hours maximum.
How do I clean the cup?
After use, rinse the cup under running water. After your cycle, sterilise the cup, using the Bamboozy steriliser provided, suitable for microwave sterilisation.
Fill the steriliser with water up to the first line. Place the cup with the stem facing up and close the lid. Do not close the lid completely but let it rest on the rim to allow the steam to escape. Set your microwave at 1000W for 1 minute. Beware after sterilising, the steriliser is hot! Let it cool for a few minutes. Then your cup is ready to use again!
Can I exercise with a menstrual cup?
One of the biggest advantages of a cup is that you can exercise, go to the sauna, swim, cycle, dance for hours and sleep through the night - without any worries.
Do you have an IUD? Then we do not recommend using a menstrual cup.
In the package
- Menstrual cup 3rd Generation
- Premium steriliser
- Cotton pouch
- E-book (digital)
Other available sustainable menstrual products:
- Washable pads Small Light, for lighter days outside your period
- Washable pads Medium Light, for your lighter menstrual days
- Washable pads Medium Heavy, for your heavier menstrual days
- Menstrual cups, tampon replacement, leak-free exercise and sleeping
- Menstrual discs, tampon replacement, sex, leak-free sports and sleeping
- Menstrual underwear, perfect as backup or to get through the night worry-free
How does this product make less impact on the environment?
✔ Packaging is 100% biodegradable
✔ Packaging does not use glue
✔ Less waste by no longer using sanitary pads or tampons
✔ As much CO2 neutral as possible, plastic-free transport, and operations