Diva Cup Model 2 Menstrual Cup
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- DISCOVER YOUR PERIOD CONFIDENCE Period Confidence? It exists! The DivaCup is a reusable menstrual cup that collects, rather than absorbs menstrual flow. The DivaCup offers up to 12 hours of leak-free protection, is easy-to-use, odor-free, super comfortable and saves you money. Model 2 is recommended for those age 30 and over and/or those who have delivered vaginally or by caesarean section regardless of age.
- IDEAL FOR YOUR LIFESTYLE Stay active with The DivaCup. Whether you’re traveling, swimming or hitting the gym, The DivaCup gives you the freedom and flexibility to do what you want without the worry of leaks. Stay confident and comfortable all month long.
- BE ECO CONSCIOUS No more monthly stash of disposable tampons and pads, just one reusable cup and you’re all set. Better for you and the planet. The DivaCup is an annual purchase that eliminates monthly waste and encourages a positive eco-footprint.Does not contain any of the following: latex, plastic, PVC, acrylic, acrylate, BPA, phthalate, elastomer, polyethylene, and free of colors and dyes
- QUALITY IS EVERYTHING What you use to care for your period matters. The DivaCup is manufactured in Canada and made of 100% healthcare grade silicone, free of plastics, BPA and dyes. Due to its composition, The DivaCup will not dry out the vaginal canal or leave trace residue. Does this make you want to give it a try? If so, you will have support from the very start. Our high quality, multilingual Consumer Care Team is dedicated to helping you find success and can answer any questions you may have. They can be reached by phone, email and on social media.
- BEST IN CLASS As an industry leader for over 15 years, The DivaCup is committed to offering a better period experience, creating products designed with health and comfort in mind. Cleared for marketing by the US FDA, Health Canada, Australia TGA and Mexico COFEPRIS, The DivaCup is sold in 21 countries worldwide. The above certifications guarantee that each DivaCup is made with your health and well-being in mind.
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A Better Period Experience
As a reusable alternative to tampons and pads, The DivaCup offers up to 12 hours of leak-free protection, is easy-to-use, odor-free, and super comfortable.
The DivaCup is a bell-shaped menstrual cup that is worn internally and sits low in the vaginal canal, collecting rather than absorbing your menstrual flow.
With The DivaCup, you can be period confident - you can do anything and go anywhere at any time, worry-free.
Everyday Confidence and Comfort
Your lifestyle, your way. Whether you’re traveling, swimming, or hitting the gym, The DivaCup gives you the freedom and flexibility to do what you want. It’s also super easy to use.
Preparing for your next adventure? The DivaCup is the best companion to bring along and can be for worn up to 12 hours day or night without worry of leaks.
Better For You and the Planet
You can care for the planet and your body by switching to The DivaCup. Considering the mass volume of waste from the use of disposable tampons and pads, The DivaCup is the solution. Just one reusable cup and you’re all set.
More than a planet saver, but a money saver, too. The DivaCup is an annual purchase that eliminates the need to buy monthly tampons and pads. It’s a one stop shop.
Committed to Excellence
Diva International Inc, makers of The DivaCup, believe in happy and healthy periods. That is why we do everything we can to ensure our products are certified, registered, and manufactured with health and comfort in mind.
The DivaCup is manufactured in Canada and made of 100% healthcare grade silicone. The DivaCup is free of plastics, BPA, and dyes and exclusively available in a natural un-pigmented silicone, because the sensitive skin of the vaginal walls should not be exposed to dyes.
Whether thinking about trying The DivaCup or a new user, you have access to a high quality, multilingual Consumer Care Team dedicated to helping you find success. They can be reached by phone, email, and on social media.
Trusted Industry Leader
As an industry leader for over 15 years, Diva International Inc, makers of The DivaCup, is committed to ensuring our product sets the standard for quality.
Our ISO certification and compliance to US FDA, Health Canada, Australian TGA, and COFEPRIS health regulations guarantee that The DivaCup is made with your health and well-being in mind.
Cleared for marketing by the US FDA, Health Canada, Australia TGA, and Mexico COFEPRIS, The DivaCup is sold in 21 countries worldwide.
Steps for Success
The DivaCup sits comfortably, low in the vaginal canal, away from the cervix. This positioning makes for easy and comfortable insertion and removal. Once folded, The DivaCup is gently inserted into the vaginal canal and naturally sits in place by the vaginal muscles for up to 12 hours.
When ready to remove, simply pinch the base of the cup to break the seal, remove, wash well using warm water and the DivaWash and then reinsert. The DivaWash is a gentle cleanser ideal for The DivaCup and can also be used as a facial cleanser or shower gel.
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. Many women feel uneasy about changing their menstrual care routine. Years of dealing with the sights and odors of disposable tampons and pads cause the familiar reaction: "ick!". The DivaCup empowers women to connect with their bodies and menstrual cycles like never before. Perfect for all activities (on air, land or sea), its easy care and use make for a better period experience. Wear The DivaCup for up to 12 hours without leaks or worry.
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2) you must be comfortable getting a bit messy
3) have a sink nearby
If you are dry it can be a bit of a pain to get situated. There are a few ways to fold the cup to get it in and have it pop open but not all will work every time. I have had to insert and reinsert this a few times because the cup wouldn't open.
I will push my vaginal walls out with my fingers in hopes to open space up enough for the cup to pop open - this works about 50% of the time.
I will spin the cup to make sure nothing is pinched in still - this will cause leakage, and spinning helps prevent a vacuum seal which will make removal difficult.
I insert and remove at home - where I have a squatty potty. This, I have found, helps everything immensely! I have tired to insert in the tub while squatting, sitting on a regular toilet in a public bathroom, and while standing with a foot up. Using the squatty potty is the easiest, followed by the tub.
Public bathroom is the worst due to fear of germs, dropping it, getting to a sink etc. This should not discourage anyone tho! I have had years and years of practice with tampons and have been using this for not even a year! Learning curve is there, but once you know how to get it in and get that down it just becomes practice.
Tips: you should NOT leak, if you are leaking it is not in right or you have the wrong size in. I am 32 with no children and use Cup 1 - I have purchased cup 2 to see what the difference should be. There are also different brands - if Diva doesn't work another style may help based on the depth of your cervix.
These cups wont be too big - the vagina is like an umbrella and will open to accommodate the 'girth'. You should not feel this at all (unless you kegel). Tampons you can sometimes feel - they are long, or are poking something in an odd angle, and they dry you out - this, you should not feel at all as the vagina itself has no nerve endings. However, if you are uncomfortable the stem could be to long, you could have a shallow cervix, or it is in at an odd angle and poking at the wrong angle. If so, take it out and re-insert.
You must fold this to insert it!
Tip 2: Before you insert clean yourself up, insert it, and clean yourself up again. This will help you figure out if you are leaking truely or it is just blood caught around the cup after insertion.
Tip 3: know your flow! I have overflowed this cup once - I noticed leaking and removed the cup; it was full!
If you have mucousy flow it will 'fall out' as you remove the cup. Be prepared!
Sanitize in boiling water after your cycle. This should last you YEARS!
I purchased DivaCup Size 1 as my first menstrual cup. My cat has a rubber and now silicone fetish and proceeded to run off with it after I rinsed and put it on the sink before insertion.
Figured I would buy some of the 'generic' or less expensive options, try them out and compare since DivaCup is on the pricer side.
DivaCup $28 ish
Anigan EvaCup 2/$35 dual pack
I chose the LARGE or Size 2 for each cup except my original Diva
To start all cups are the same in height - about 2.5" high - you can see in the image with the yard stick
I used each cup for a few days of my cycle, both light and heavier/mucusy flow. All worked perfectly, there were zero leaks
DivaCup Size 1 is for prebirth/under 30. Size 2 is postbirth/over 30. The difference is the overall width through the entire cup, the difference is slight.
DivaCup is by far my favorite except that the stem is open - that collects blood/fluid and it is difficult to clean. The wider stem does help it with removal but not all the time. It also only comes in clear, it will eventually discolor since blood stains.
DivaCup has a moderate firmness and a thin edge. It is easy to fold and insert and opening is not an issue most of the time (suction is to blame the times it is difficult)
Blossom Cup is my second favorite. It is visually similar to Diva, comes in funky colors which is a bonus for the staining. I got Red which is really a salmon color, should have chosen lime green. It has a thin edge just like Diva and is moderate in firmness. Easy to fold and insert, opening is not an issue. The body is slightly softer than Diva which may make removal difficult. I tend to grab the base just above the stem to remove.
My least favorites are a tie between EvaCup and Athena Cup for different reasons.
Athena Cup is SOFT - very flimsy, the edge and body squeeze too easily and they just feel inadequate. The softness of the cup makes it hard to have the edges pop open inside you. These cups were the ones I had the most difficulty with.
I just could not get these to open without a lot of internal manipulation (pushing the vaginal walls out to give the cup room to expand). I also had a tough time removing the cups - because they are so soft when you grab the body of the cup it squishes, I couldn't get a good grip. They do come in funky colors and I love the black and teal.
EvaCup has the exact opposite problem, they are FIRM. The edge of Eva is thicker than Diva and the rest, not in width but in length down the cup. This edge is very firm, much firmer than the body which is firmer than Diva by far. This makes folding the cup much more difficult and insertion harder. It does help with popping the cup open but I found if I didn't have a really good firm grip on the cup it opened before I had it high enough. I could feel the cup and had to remove and reinsert a few times before it was high enough and in the right spot to do its job. Eva also comes in some funky colors - the two that came in the dual pack were pink and purple.
Any of these will work, the best is to pick one and figure out what you like/dislike. Too firm, not firm enough, hard to remove?
Firmer go with Eva, softer go with Athena, somewhere in the middle Diva or Blossom
Colors - go with anything but Diva
Why is it a secret? Why aren't we telling EVERYONE?
1. First, let's all get over that it's blood. Yes, it's blood. It's coming out, one way or another. I've found the Diva Cup cleaner than tampons (after that first month which was a very steep red learning curve, indeed. Second month, I had it down and used it while traveling. On a plane. For reals.)
2. Don't worry that you're too heavy a bleeder. The packaging says most women bleed 1 to 1.4 oz a month. Me? I fill the 1 oz cup in 3-4 hours on my heavy days. No problem -- I used to have to swap tampons every 1-2 hours in the bad old days, and now I don't. Quick dump, rinse, replace. (Great idea someone had about bringing a water bottle into the public stall. Or really, a little piece of paper will wipe it out just fine, replace and go, wash it when you get home.) I used to go through an entire box of tampons a month, plus pads. In less than three months, this has paid for itself.
3. Don't worry that you're not built for it. FULL DISCLOSURE and TMI ALERT: I have TWO cervixes (and two uteruses, two -- jealous? It's called uterus didelphis, not as uncommon as it sounds, no one even noticed in me till I was 35, and I'd had multiple ob procedures), so I wasn't sure this product would work. I even wrote to the company before I bought it, and they didn't know, either! But because the cup sits below the cervix (or cervices, in some special cases), it works. I bought size 2, since I'm over 30, and it fits right (see note 5).
4. You'll find your magic insertion method. You will! Mine is inserting HORIZONTALLY as they recommend, a twist while bearing down, and then letting the kegels take that puppy up to do its miraculous job.
5. If that stem seems uncomfortable, TURN THE CUP INSIDE OUT. I saw that recommended somewhere, and it's the secret for some of us, I'm telling you. Makes it wider and shorter, and I don't feel it at all. You don't need the stem to pull it out, and it almost seems like having the stem inside the base makes it easier to grab (again, bearing down slightly is what works for me).
Good God. It's a miracle. TELL EVERYONE! Hire skywriters! Every gal has to find this out! If just ONE of you buys this because of this review, my work will be done. And if you're some creepy guy who's grossed out after reading this because I tweeted it, then, well. You deserved it, didn't you?
BEST PRODUCT EVER!