Reusable Menstrual Cup
What if you could protect your undies, your body and the planet and help empower women all at the same time? Introducing the Dot Cup, a medical-grade silicone menstrual cup that can be worn up to 12 hours and used up to 10 years. The Dot Cup is one-size-fits-all and can be used by young women who have never been pregnant as well as women who've had multiple vaginal births. The black color of the cup helps prevent discoloration and each cup comes with a limited-edition, hand-sewn canvas storage pouch. Best yet, for every Dot Cup purchased one is given to a girl in need—allowing her to go to school or work and be an active member of her community, regardless of her menstrual cycle.
- Holds 28mL liquid
- 45mm wide x 50mm tall
Made in East Troy, Wisconsin
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
This was east to use, comfortable and extremely effective! Can’t believe it’s taken me this long to try out a menstrual cup. I’ll never go back to tampons again!
Color of cup is appreciated and the storage pouch is cute. I have not had to use yet, but hopefully it is a good size. I noticed that it seems smaller than my other "large" cup that I had prior to this one.
Reusable Menstrual Cup
This is my second menstrual cup, first by DOT. It is very soft, and easier to insert and remove than my first cup. I also love the ball on the tip of stem, SO much easier to grasp onto without losing grip! Bonus: The little storage
bag it comes with is beautiful. If you're on the fence about a menstrual cup(like I was for a long time), start with this one!
I’ve been hesitant about menstrual cups because I’m 52 and don’t know how many more periods I’ll have, and I assumed they’d be messy. But wow, the Dot is so easy to use and SO much less mess and hassle than tampons and pads. I have a heavy flow and used to have an accident almost every period, typically overnight — now no accidents, not even tiny ones. It also feels really good to no longer discard pads, adhesive strips, tampons, applicators, wrappers and boxes every month! The cost of the Dot is equal to about 2 months‘ supply of organic tampons and pads, so I’m saving tons of money too, never having to buy those again. (I did buy one reusable, washable overnight pad just in case, but with the Dot, it turns out I didn’t need it.) I sooooo wish menstrual cups existed decades ago and that I’d switched as soon as they came on the market. I am VERY happy with my Dot. You will be too.