Goddess of the vulva, chalice of the cha-cha— it’s a reusable soft silicone cup worn internally like a tampon that collects, rather than absorbs, your period.
Meet the Saalt
Here’s how it works.
The Saalt Cup sits in the vaginal canal, below the cervix. When positioned properly, you won't even notice it's there. Once inserted, it molds to your internal shape so you can comfortably wear it all day or night, leak free.
And here’s how
you use it.
With clean hands, fold and hold your menstrual cup.
Insert your menstrual cup toward your tailbone. Let it open and rotate it slightly, creating a light seal.
After up to 12 hours of wearing your cup, simply remove it by pinching the base of the cup to break the seal. Then wash your cup, insert, and get back to living your best life.
Not all menstrual cups are created equal.
We designed the Saalt Cup to be the easiest to use and most comfortable cup on the market. Our bulb shape forms a double seal to prevent leaks, and it’s made in the USA of 100% medical-grade silicone that’s velvety soft, odor free, and lasts 10 years. Grab a match. It’s time to burn your last tampon.
Saalt Bliss Guarantee
If you're not happy with your Saalt product, we'll send you a replacement you'll love or your money back up to a full year from purchase. Why? We know that learning to use reusables can take time, but we’re here to help and cheer you to Saalt bliss. Your Saalt(isfaction) guaranteed.
Which size should I get?
Let’s break it down.
The Saalt Cup comes in 3 different sizes to fit your body and flow. Most people can use any size, but one may be most comfortable.
Sits in the vaginal canal.
- Seal keeps the cup in place
- Rests in vaginal canal
- Great for beginners
- Two firmness options
- Collects 3—4x more than a tampon
Sits in the fornix directly under the cervix.
- No suction
- Rests in vaginal fornix
- Custom removal notch
- No-mess period sex
- Collects 4—6x more than a tampon
How to clean your menstrual cup
I just started yesterday and my mind is blown. So comfortable, easy to use, and it doesn’t interfere with my active lifestyle whatsoever. I’m so bummed I didn’t give it a chance sooner. This is truly what period freedom feels like!
This was my first time buying and using a period cup. There was definitely a learning curve, and some stress getting it out the first few times, but once I got the hang of it I am obsessed. Love that you can wear it all day long and so much more sustainable than tampons. So glad I decided to try! Thanks Saalt.
How to clean a menstrual cup
During your period, remove the cup (always use clean hands) and rinse first using cold water to help avoid discoloration and odor. Then wash using warm water and mild soap (like our Saalt Wash). Rinse again to completely remove any soap. OR, just use Saalt Wipes to clean your cup. Your cup is then ready to reinsert.
Are menstrual cups messy?
Trust us, you can change your cup without making a mess! You just need to know how to remove it properly. With a little practice you’ll have it down in no time. (Or should we say up?!)
What size should I get?
When it comes to choosing a size, there are a few factors to consider like age, pelvic floor health, and cervix height. The easiest way to find your perfect size is to take our Saalt cup quiz on this page.
Will my menstrual cup leak?
Your menstrual cup won’t leak when it’s in the right spot. So you can wear those white jeans worry-free any time of the month.
B is for Better
As a certified B Corp, we commit 2% of our revenue to donate period care to regions with the most need, and help fund initiatives in menstrual health, education, and sustainability.
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