SAALT MENSTRUAL CUP
The Saalt Cup was designed to be the easiest to use and most comfortable menstrual cup on the market. These premium menstrual cups are made in the USA from 100% medical grade silicone with a velvety soft finish.
The Saalt Cup is worn internally like a tampon, but collects‚ rather than absorbs‚ your period. Our slightly firmer silicone allows it to open more easily when inserted, making it a great option for first-time menstrual cup user.
Once your cup is filled, you simply empty, wash, rinse, and reinsert the cup for up to 12 hours of protection. Better for your body and the planet. Ready for your zero waste period?
- Medical Grade Silicone
- BPA free
- Latex free
- Toxin free
- Vegan & cruelty free
- FDA registered and compliant
- Includes one cup + one carry bag.
PACKAGING Saalt Cup is Packaged in a Recyclable Cardboard Tube
SHIPS FROM Washington State, Pacific NW, U.S.A.
WHICH SIZE DO I NEED?
Most people can use either small or regular, but one may be more comfortable. To decide which is best for you, look at these general guidelines:
A small menstrual cup is typically best for light to normal flow or first time users. A small has the same capacity as 3 tampons.
A regular menstrual cup is best for normal to heavy flow and those with a high cervix. A regular has the same capacity as 4 tampons.
RETURNS AND EXCHANGES
You’ve never met a team that cares more about your period! Here’s the skinny: reusable period care isn’t as intuitive as reusable water bottles, but with a little practice, it'll become second nature. We think you’ll love it–you'll probably wonder how you ever lived without it! For hygienic reasons, Saalt products are not eligible for returns, refunds, or exchanges. All Saalt products are final sale. However, we promise to share every tip and trick up our sleeves to help you get to period bliss. Reach out anytime at Sayhey@Saalt.com or DM us @saaltco for personalized help.
Do good every wear.
Saalt is a B Corp. That means from every purchase, Saalt gives 2% to donate period care to areas with the most need, and funds initiatives in menstrual health, girls education, and sustainability. Thank you for (period) caring.