The PELVI Menstrual Cup is made from 100% medical-grade silicone and is an excellent alternative to tampons and pads, particularly when travelling. Hypoallergenic, it can be worn for up to 8 hours, including overnight, and will not disrupt the natural pH balance of the vagina. Designed to be leak-free, even during vigorous exercise, it is easy to use, clean and disinfect and, with proper care, will last from 6 to 10 years.
The PELVI Menstrual Cup in Large is designed for women who have given birth, experience a heavy flow or who are 30 years and over. It features a smooth, seamless, flexible design that moves with you, and a ridged stem to make removal easy. It is safe, economical and environmentally friendly and can save you from spending hundreds of dollars on disposable hygiene products. It can also prevent thousands of these single-use items from ending up in our waterways or as landfill.
The Large PELVI Menstrual Cup measures 70mm in length, has a Rim Diameter of 46 mm and a capacity of 40ml.
Please note that for hygiene reasons we cannot accept any returns on this product.
Australian owned. Made in the USA. FDA-registered Class II Medical Device.
Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods ID: 312885
Discount Codes and Free Gifts do not apply to this product for the following options: Clear
FDA-registered Class II Medical Device
100% Medical Grade Silicone
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How to use
Sanitise your PELVI Cup before first use by placing it in boiling water for at least 2 minutes. Wash your hands thoroughly before touching the cup.
Fold the cup in half, or roll into a cylinder and then gently insert into the lower part of the vagina. Once inserted securely, the cup will open and create a seal to collect menstrual fluid.
To remove, don't just pull by the stem; gently squeeze the base of the cup to break the seal and then remove by gently pulling. Thoroughly wash the cup in mild, fragrance-free detergent and sterilise in boiling water again for 2–3 minutes before storing somewhere dry and well-ventilated.