- Hypo-allergenic and biocompatible menstrual cup
- Your Goddess Cup can be used for up to 5 years
- Empowers you with up to 12 hours of leak-free confidence
- Holds 3-5 times more than regular pads, and tampons
- Replaces at least 1200 regular pads, or tampons
- Cotton carry pouch for discreet convenience
- Can be used during any sporting activity, including swimming
- Can be used at night when sleeping for more than 8 hours
- Eco-friendly alternative to single-use sanitary products
- Easy to clean and care for
How to insert your Goddess Cup:
- Wash your hands with hot, soapy water before inserting, removing or handling your Goddess Cup.
- With your forefinger, press the rim of the cup down into the inside of the cup.
- Grasp the rim of the cup with your other hand to help maintain the crease, while continuing to pinch firmly with original hand to ensure that the rim is still pointed.
- Insert the Goddess Cup until the stem is 1-2 cm inside of the vagina.
- Release the crease, and allow the Goddess Cup to spring securely and comfortably into place.
- Make sure the cup is fully unfolded once in place to ensure no leakage and a secure fit.
How to remove your Goddess Cup:
- Sit in a comfortable position and relax your vaginal muscles.
- You should be able to feel the feel the stem of your Goddess Cup.
- If not, reach up and grasp the stem.
- Once reached, relax and pull gently.
- If the cup feels “stuck”, you can press gently on one side to release one of the air holes.
- Moving the cup from side to side will also help.
- Once your Goddess Cup reaches the entrance to the vagina, keep it upright.
- Tip the contents into the toilet.
- Rinse, and reinsert if required.
- Complete the full sterilization process before first use.
- Thoroughly rinse your Goddess Cup using clean, warm water.
- Ensure that the air holes are clear of any residue.
- Submerge your Goddess Cup in a small pot of water, and bring to a boil for 5 minutes to sterilize between cycles.
- Allow the water to cool before removing your Goddess Cup.
- Air dry, and store in the cotton pouch provided.
- Should your Goddess Cup accidentally fall into the toilet or be dropped onto the floor, repeat the sterilization process.
- The Goddess Cup is suitable for virgins. However, inserting anything, including a menstrual cup into the vagina may cause stretching or tearing of the hymen. Should you have any strong religious, cultural, or personal beliefs about keeping the hymen in tact, using a cup should be avoided.
- It remains inconclusive whether or not silicone menstrual cups are associated with toxic shock syndrome (TSS). Should you have any concerns around this, consult with your gynaecologist before use.
- The Goddess Cup can be used in conjunction with an intrauterine device (UID)
- The Goddess Cup is not a contraceptive. It will not prevent pregnancy.
- The Goddess Cup is not a prophylactic. It will not prevent the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases (STD’s).
Faithful to Nature’s waste-free packaging:
- The Faithful to Nature Goddess Cups are boxed in bleach free kraft card made from recovered fibre, certified by the FSC. Printed with biodegradable ink, and sealed with a water-soluble adhesive.
- Available In: Small (link to sku10249), Medium (link to sku9728), and Large.
- Capacity: 15 ml
- Length: 5,5 cm
- Rim Diameter: 4 cm
- Capacity: 20 ml
- Length: 7 cm
- Rim Diameter: 4,5 cm
- Capacity: 25 ml
- Length: 7 cm
- Rim Diameter: 4,5 cm
- Goddess Cup Materials: 100% Medical-Grade Silicone.
- Cotton Carry Pouch Materials: Cotton, and Nylon.
Country of Origin:
- Proudly South African.
29 out of 32 people would recommend this product20/02/2020, By MartineI've used my cup for over a year now and I've never had any issues with it. It took me a few hours to get used to it and I've never looked back since. Whenever I've had to use tamps or pads again, they were extremely uncomfortable compared to the cup. Stick to it - your body will thank you.21/11/2019, By ZonelleAnother thing that revolutionised my life. Get one, you won't regret it!18/10/2019, By OlgaVery hard silicone, it hurts when inserted or pulled out.I somewhat regret buying this :(05/10/2019, By KerryThis ticks the basics when it comes to a menstrual cup. However I was looking for a large size for heavy flow to replace my last cup. This is not it. Also the short "pull tab" makes it lots harder to remove the cup. I'm going to have to reorder my original cup- the pink cup. I do like that this is white- so it's easy to be reassured that the cup is clean and fresh. Also the container it comes in is plastic. I guess it allows for better storage? But plastic? Perhaps an alternative material would be more appropriate? If you have a lighter flow this could work for you. For not it'll have to be my back up.12/09/2019, By JoyIt is good not to be filling the bin with pads. However I did have a bit of leakage and the insertion took a little getting used to. Once inserted properly it didn't hurt at all.02/09/2019, By NaomiThis is my first cup. I did my research beforehand, practiced my folding techniques and I love the cup and the experience. Just note, if you have really heavy flow, you’ll have to empty it more often. I need to about once every hour. So my search is on for a higher volume cup15/08/2019, By CindySuch a valuable product. This clever concept will reduce the cost of feminine hygiene and make managing your menstrual cycle more affordable for many impoverished communities13/08/2019, By VeronicaThis was my first cup and I am so happy with it. I found the tab at the bottom to be a bit difficult to grab, but once you get the hang of it it works well. The C-fold was a little difficult so I did a rose/origami kind of fold which did the trick.
I am curious to know how it will be with a softer silicone, though.27/05/2019, By SusannaThis was my first cup. It hurt like hell putting it in, since the silicon is really hard. The tab jabs into all the wrong places. I had to cut it off completely. It holds a ton more blood than other cups, which is why I still use it on heavy days, but Faithful to Nature, you should really try and sell Mina cup. It is local and for every cup you buy, 1 is donated to an underprivileged girl. After using the soft silicon cup from Mina Cup, I can't believe the pain I went through with this cup. I will say that the Mina cup tends to hold a lot less, and at night there can be leakage, which is why I always wear a Hannahpad.13/05/2019, By PavThis make me feel so much better about my choices - less waste, less chemicals in my products. There is leakage but I've researched and it seems this happens across all brands.09/04/2019, By TeniqueNot as bad as you might think. I didn't have any issues inserting the cup - just wish the tab were longer because it takes a while to get a firm grip on it.14/03/2019, By MeyerineIt's new, so using it will take some getting used to, but so far, so good. I'm sure it'll be a little tougher in public places where you don't have a basin to rinse it off in right next to you, but a friend suggested a water bottle... So there's that... I am however ecstatic about the fact that I have had absolutely NO PERIOD PAINS while using the cup and that I've created no plastic or paper waste by using this!
I'll definitely suggest a cup to all of my friends...01/03/2019, By MarietjieWorks well for me. Definitely will buy again.27/01/2019, By MelThis cup has been a lifesaver. Turned my ridiculously heavy peri-menopausal flow from a nightmare into something I can actually manage. I cannot be more grateful and more happy.09/12/2018, By GabiI love the Goddess cups. This one is great for heavy flow and I've experienced no leaking, except for the first few times when still experimenting with positioning. It does take a few goes to get the position just right, but after that I had no other issues. I highly recommend getting a medium or small cup for lighter days though.07/12/2018, By BronwenI love, love, love this cup. So comfortable I don't even know it's there, plus its design is excellent - fits perfectly and does not budge. Best cup I've owned.07/12/2018, By CharlieKnew I wanted to take the step to a healthier and more sustainable solution but to be honest was real nervous to make the change. I do admit the first time inserting and removing was a bit of a challenge but was incredibly surprised how quickly I got used to it and how comfortable it was. Since haven't experienced any problems or leakage. So glad I made the decision and don't regret it at all. Recommend you to try it for yourself :)08/11/2018, By TamsinTakes a while to get used to but this is my second one (got the smaller option) feel better using this instead of conventional options12/10/2018, By CarinaI am estatic about this cup. I took the leap and got it, my first menstrual cup. I used it throughout my whole cycle. I only had one night of leaking due to human error. At times I forgot I was on my period, I only had to empty it every morning and night.
I really do recommend this to every woman.11/09/2018, By NadiaIt is my first time using the cup and when I position it correctly it is amazing. You don't feel anything. I did havr to wear a pad on my second day along with the cup as I do have extreme heavy flow then. I had to change my cup more than 2 times, I see some only change it twice a day. It did leak, but I am not sure if it is because I might have put it in incorrectly or because of my heavy flow. It is sometimes difficult to remove because of the short grip, but I find that you you squeeze your vaginal muscles it comes out easy.
I would definitely recommend this to all women out there. Mayby while still getting use to it use panty liners or pads while using the cup and then once you get the hang of it say goodbye to pads tampons anf panty liners30/08/2018, By CelesteIt took a little getting used to and a few Youtube review videos, but so glad I moved from tampons and pads to this.
The only thing is the tab could be better designed (long, easier to grip), but otherwise this is comfortable and does it's job.18/08/2018, By JuliaI have only used it twice so far, I am really happy with it except for the fact that I really battle to get it out. If the tab was slightly longer and wider instead of tapered , I think it would make it easier to get out. I am glad to read other reviews that say it gets easier to remove as you get used to it.13/08/2018, By MarietjieLife saver. Not so difficult to get use to inserting. Less trouble. Godsend!03/08/2018, By JessI had been introduced to the concept of a menstrual cup a few years ago, and did some half hearted online research a few years later. It was not until a colleague mentioned she had bought one and that it was amazing that I seriously considered getting one myself. The cost was a big factor for me. But once I realized how much money I would be saving each month on tampons and sanitary pads, I was sold. My first experience inserting and removing the cup went well, and my first menstrual cycle with the cup was such a breeze! What a change, to be able to go about my day and know that I only needed to check the cup every 8 hours or so. I literally emptied it twice a day - morning and early evening. Completely life changing. I have had some issues with it over the year or so I have been using this cup. Sometimes I am sure I have inserted it properly and that it has opened fully, only to have leakage. But I have gotten better at checking now. It can also be a little difficult to remove, if it moves a little to high inside your body. But you can grab the tab at the end to start pulling and then grab the base of it. I think my biggest complaint is the staining of the cup itself. I was not expecting that. Mine is now a horrible beige/brown colour. I saw another reviewer mention she bleaches hers with FTN bleach. I might give that a go.31/07/2018, By MarietjieReceived but not yet used. Will give a review after that. Figure it will take a little getting use to, but with the positive reviews I am really hoping for success.14/05/2018, By JulesTakes a couple of cycles to get used to and removing it can be a challenge at first but once you get the hang of it it's fabulous. Not having to throw stuff in the bin is a great feeling.
Try it, you won't regret it.31/03/2018, By ZonelleMost amazing invention ever, completely in love. Every woman should have one!04/12/2017, By siriThis is one of the best personal buys I've made this year. Switching from disposable tampons to the cup, I had a few frights struggling to remove it! But, once I'd figured out the technique, it's been an absolute pleasure. I don't have to think or worry about it, it's reusable and easy to clean, and gentle on the environment. I recommended it to my sister, who's using it, and who recommended it to her housemates! It's great!13/10/2017, By ZeldaI absolutely love this. I use it as a night cream and in the place of petroleum jelly.04/08/2017, By VishanthiThis was my first cup so I'm grateful for the introduction. However, the silicon is too soft, and I have since found much better brands overseas. Wondering whether this SA brand can improve the quality of the cup? I would definitely support local in that case.09/06/2017, By RuzanneI bought this as my first cup. What a fantastic choice!
Once I got the hang of it, no leaks no fuss! This will certainly be my go-to cup for the next couple of years once replacement is needed.24/11/2016, By NHSLike many other ladies, I was hesitant about these menstrual cups... It seemed gross to me. However, after long consideration, I decided to give it a try. It needed a bit of practise but I love it and will never look back! I use the cup in combination with Mama cloth and it is just the best thing ever! So glad I no longer produce all that waste!
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