Our soft and flexible menstrual cups are reusable for a zero-waste period.
For extra back-up or those lighter days.
The TOTM menstrual cup is made of medical-grade TPE, a soft and flexible material, designed for a secure and comfortable fit. Our cup is free from BPA, latex, and phthalates, which makes it suitable for sensitive skin. Each TOTM menstrual cup comes with an organic cotton bag for safekeeping between use.
Not sure which size to order? See our guide
When looked after well, a menstrual cup can be used for years, saving you money and reducing waste every cycle.
Depending on your flow, you can enjoy a whole day without having to empty your cup.
Using a menstrual cup can save thousands of disposable period products from reaching landfill.
Menstrual cups are designed to be worn internally like a tampon, except the cup collects, rather than absorbs your period blood.
If you’re new to menstrual cups, it can take a bit of time to get used to them, but once you’ve mastered using one, you’ll be reusing it for many years to come.
Each cup comes with instructions in the box, but here’s our quick guide to get you started:
Got more questions about menstrual cups? Whether you’re a first-time user, a cup-convert, or just curious, take a look at our recent blog posts for expert advice and tips. Read more
Soft medical-grade TPE
No BPA, latex, and phthalates
Suitable for sensitive skin
Reusable and recyclable
Organic cotton drawstring storage bag
Packed in recycled cardboard box
Delivered in 100% compostable and recyclable paper mailing bag
A range registered with The Vegan Society
A carbon-neutral product
A climate-neutral brand
Ethical company score of 100 in the Ethical Shopper Good Shopping Guide
Delivery is 99p, or free when you subscribe or spend over £10.
Standard shipping takes 2-3 working days. Due to extra pressure the pandemic is placing on postal services, delays are unfortunately possible.
Orders placed after 4pm or on the weekend will be shipped on the next working day.
We currently deliver to UK addresses only.
Due to the nature of our products, returns can only be accepted if the goods are faulty, have been described incorrectly or you receive an incorrect order.
Please contact us within 14 days of delivery.
“I started using TOTM organic products about 3 years ago and once I started to see the positive effects I never looked to using other products again! I used to suffer from heavy painful periods and these products have massively helped reduce that.”
The TOTM cup is made of FDA approved medical grade TPE. It’s BPA-free, phthalate-free, latex-free and rubber-free. It doesn’t leach chemicals into the body because it’s medical grade and is easy to sterilise, which is why medical-grade TPE is used in hospital equipment. We choose to use medical-grade TPE because it’s a soft and flexible material. It is also widely recycled so will not end up in the landfill.
Yes, our cup can be used if you have a tilted cervix. It’s possible to remove the stem of the cup to allow more room and for the cup to sit in the correct place.
We don’t advise to use any cleaning agents with the cup as they can compromise the cup over time. Bring a pan of water to the boil, allow to simmer and then pop the cup in for a few minutes will sterilise the cup perfectly for you.
To remove the TOTM cup, find a comfortable position. Place your index finger and thumb into the vagina to locate the handle or the bottom of the cup. Push with your abdominal/pelvic muscles for easier removal. Empty the contents into the toilet and wash the cup with clean (preferably warm) water.
Yes, our cup is hypoallergenic and suitable for sensitive skin.
You can use the TOTM cup overnight. If you are new to cups you might want to use this alongside a liner or pad to prevent any leaks. As the cup is an intra-vaginal device, our consultant Gynaecologist advises following the same rules that apply to tampons. Remember to remove every 4-8 hours. If this does not fit with your sleeping pattern then we recommend switching to pads at night.
To sterilise the TOTM cup wash your hands and place the cup in a saucepan. Add enough water to ensure the cup is covered. Bring to the boil and allow to simmer for 3-4 minutes. Do not use abrasive cleansers or disinfectants on the cup, such as tea tree oil. Allow the cup to cool off before using. Remember to sterilise the first time you use it and at the end of every cycle.
Our cup is made from medical grade TPE, which makes it both reusable and recyclable. For safe and sustainable disposal, sterilise your cup before recycling. The cup can be disposed of with your usual household recyclable plastics.
Our cup can be used for years if excellent hygiene is routinely applied. If you notice any changes to the material, visible damage or a significant change in appearance then it might need replacing. Our customer care team can help if you’re unsure or have further questions.
You can use a TOTM cup when wearing an IUD, but we would always recommend consulting your doctor first so they can shorten the strings if needs be.
Using a cup for the first time can require a bit of practice! Our cup includes guidelines to help you get started. Remember to relax as tense muscles can make it difficult to insert. To help you get started we created a blog on this topic full of menstrual cup tips, including cup fold suggestions and how to care for your cup – Read more here.
Our Size 1 cup is 40mm in diameter, 63mm in length and has a capacity of 17ml.
Our size 2 cup is 43mm in diameter, 67mm in length and has a capacity of 25ml.
Our size 3 cup is 46 mm in diameter, 67mm in length and the capacity is 30ml.
TOTM menstrual cups are registered cruelty-free and vegan with The Vegan Society & PETA.
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